In Canada

Day 1: Arrive in Calgary
Welcome to Calgary, the gateway to the Canadian Rockies. You will be greeted by a representative at the airport and transferred to your hotel. Depending on your arrival time, you can relax at the hotel or explore the nearby attractions. You can also enjoy a welcome dinner at one of the many restaurants in the city. Some of the luxury hotels you can choose from are Four Seasons Hotel Calgary, Sofitel Calgary, or W Hotel Calgary.

Day 2: Calgary to Banff
Today, you will leave Calgary and drive to Banff, a charming mountain town in the heart of Banff National Park. You will check in to your luxury hotel and have some free time to enjoy Banff at your own pace. Some of the luxury hotels you can choose from are Fairmont Banff Springs, Rimrock Resort Hotel, or Post Hotel & Spa. In the evening, you can take a gondola ride to the top of Sulphur Mountain for panoramic views of the town and the surrounding peaks.

Day 3: Banff Sightseeing
Today, you will enjoy a full-day sightseeing tour of Banff and its surroundings. You will start with a visit to Lake Louise, one of the most iconic and photographed lakes in Canada, with its turquoise water and stunning backdrop of Victoria Glacier. You will also visit Moraine Lake, another scenic lake that is famous for its ten peaks that reflect on its surface. After lunch, you will visit Johnston Canyon, a natural wonder that features a series of waterfalls and rock formations. You will also visit Bow Falls, a cascading waterfall that is located near the Banff townsite.

Moraine Lake, Banff

Moraine Lake, Banff

Day 4: Banff to Jasper – Rocky Mountaineer Train
Today, you will leave Banff and board the Rocky Mountaineer Train, one of the most spectacular and luxurious train journeys in the world. You will travel in GoldLeaf Service, which includes a bi-level glass-dome coach, an exclusive outdoor viewing platform, a gourmet breakfast and lunch served in a lower-level dining room, and complimentary beverages and snacks. You will enjoy the breathtaking scenery as you travel along the First Passage to the West route, which covers the historic and scenic highlights of the Canadian Rockies. You will see landmarks such as Castle Mountain, Spiral Tunnels, Kicking Horse Canyon, Rogers Pass, and Glacier National Park. You will arrive in Jasper, a quaint mountain town in Jasper National Park, where you will check in to your luxury hotel. Some of the luxury hotels you can choose from are Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, Pyramid Lake Resort, or Sawridge Inn & Conference Centre.

Day 5: Jasper Sightseeing
Today, you will explore more of Jasper and its surroundings. You will start with a visit to Maligne Lake, the largest and deepest lake in the Canadian Rockies, where you can take a boat cruise to Spirit Island, a small island that offers stunning views of the lake and the mountains. You will also visit Maligne Canyon, a narrow gorge that features waterfalls, bridges, and fossils. After lunch, you will visit Athabasca Falls, one of the most powerful and impressive waterfalls in the Canadian Rockies. You will also visit Mount Edith Cavell, a majestic mountain that is named after a World War I nurse who was executed by the Germans for helping Allied soldiers escape.

Day 6: Jasper to Kamloops
Rocky Mountaineer Train Today, you will board the Rocky Mountaineer Train again and continue your journey along the Journey Through The Clouds route, which showcases the diverse landscapes and wildlife of Western Canada. You will travel in GoldLeaf Service again and enjoy the same amenities as before. You will see attractions such as Yellowhead Pass, Mount Robson (the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies), Pyramid Falls, Blue River, Clearwater River, and Kamloops Lake. You will arrive in Kamloops, a city that is located at the confluence of two rivers and offers a variety of outdoor activities. You will check in to your luxury hotel and have some free time to enjoy Kamloops at your own pace.

Day 7: Kamloops to Vancouver
Rocky Mountaineer Train Today, you will board the Rocky Mountaineer Train for the last time and complete your journey along the Journey Through The Clouds route. You will travel in GoldLeaf Service again and enjoy the same amenities as before. You will see attractions such as Fraser Canyon, Hell’s Gate (a narrow passage where millions of litres of water are forced through), Cisco Crossing (where two railways cross each other), Fraser Valley (a fertile agricultural region), and Coast Mountains (a range of mountains that separate Vancouver from the rest of Canada). You will arrive in Vancouver, a cosmopolitan city that is surrounded by nature and culture. You will check in to your luxury hotel and have some free time to enjoy Vancouver at your own pace. Some of the luxury hotels you can choose from are Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver, Sofitel Vancouver, or W Hotel Vancouver.

Day 8: Vancouver Sightseeing
Today, you will enjoy a full-day sightseeing tour of Vancouver and its surroundings. You will start with a visit to Stanley Park, a large urban park that features gardens, trails, beaches, and totem poles. You will also visit Granville Island, a former industrial area that has been transformed into a vibrant arts and culture hub, where you can browse the shops, galleries, and markets. After lunch, you will visit Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, where you can walk across a 140-meter-long bridge that hangs 70 meters above the Capilano River. You will also visit Grouse Mountain, where you can take a gondola ride to the peak and enjoy panoramic views of the city and the ocean.

Day 9: Vancouver to Victoria – Seaplane
Today, you will leave Vancouver and take a seaplane to Victoria, the capital of British Columbia and a charming city that is known for its British influence and heritage. You will check in to your luxury hotel and have some free time to enjoy Victoria at your own pace. Some of the luxury hotels you can choose from are Fairmont Empress, Magnolia Hotel & Spa, or Abigail’s Hotel. In the evening, you can take a walk around the Inner Harbour, where you can see the Parliament Buildings, the Royal BC Museum, and the Empress Hotel.

Day 10: Victoria Sightseeing
Today, you will explore more of Victoria and its surroundings. You will start with a visit to Butchart Gardens, one of the most famous and beautiful gardens in the world, where you can see a variety of flowers, plants, and fountains. You will also visit Craigdarroch Castle, a historic mansion that was built by a wealthy coal baron in the late 19th century and features lavish rooms and furnishings. After lunch, you will visit Beacon Hill Park, a large park that offers green spaces, ponds, bridges, and peacocks. You will also visit Chinatown, the oldest Chinatown in Canada and the second oldest in North America.

Day 11: Victoria to Tofino
Today, you will leave Victoria and drive to Tofino, a small town on the west coast of Vancouver Island that is famous for its surfing, whale watching, and rainforest. You will check in to your luxury hotel and have some free time to enjoy Tofino at your own pace. Some of the luxury hotels you can choose from are Wickaninnish Inn, Long Beach Lodge Resort, and Pacific Sands Beach Resort. In the evening, you can watch the sunset over the Pacific Ocean or enjoy some seafood at one of the restaurants.

Tofino, Canada

Tofino, Canada

Day 12: Tofino Sightseeing
Today, you will enjoy a full-day sightseeing tour of Tofino and its surroundings. You will start with a whale-watching tour that will take you to see some of the majestic creatures that live in the waters around Tofino, such as grey whales, humpback whales, orcas, dolphins, and sea lions. You will also visit Hot Springs Cove, where you can soak in natural hot springs that are located in a remote inlet. After lunch, you will visit Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, where you can hike along the trails and beaches of the Long Beach Unit or explore the rainforest of the Schooner Cove Trail.

Day 13: Tofino to Nanaimo
Today, you will leave Tofino and drive to Nanaimo, a city on the east coast of Vancouver Island that is known for its harbourfront and its namesake dessert (Nanaimo bars). You will check in to your luxury hotel and have some free time to enjoy Nanaimo at your own pace. Some of the luxury hotels you can choose from are the Coast Bastion Hotel, The Grand Hotel Nanaimo, or Inn on Long Lake. In the evening, you can take a walk along the Harbourfront Walkway or enjoy some Nanaimo bars at one of the cafes.

Day 14: Nanaimo to Vancouver
Today, you will leave Nanaimo and take a ferry back to Vancouver, where you will spend the last night of your holiday. You can enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure, relaxing at your hotel or exploring more of Vancouver. You can also do some last-minute shopping or souvenirs at one of the malls or markets in the city.

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