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Western Canadian Adventure
Canadian Multi-Centre | 17 Nights
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  • 18 Nights Hotel Accommodation
  • FREE Car Hire with Insurance

First you fly from the uk to Vancouver, where on arrival you pick up your car from the airport and drive to your first hotel stop which is the 4*Hyatt Regency Vancouver. This hotel will be your base for the next 3 nights giving you the chance to explore Vancouver and the surrounding areas.

After your 3 nights in Vancouver you drive for three hours to Victoria in British Columbia. On arrival you can check in to your hotel which is called the Inn at Laurel Point and is rated as a 4* hotel. For the next two nights you are free to explore Victoria and what it has to offer.

After your 2 nights in Victoria it’s off to Tofino. You stay here for 2 nights. The drive from Victoria to Tofino will take on average 4 hours. The drive its self is through beautiful country side. There are many fantastic places to stop for a bite to eat along the way. We have carefully selected the hotel Tin Wis Resort which is run by friendly and helpful First Nation people and there are outstanding examples of their artistic culture throughout. The hotel is situated in an outstanding location right on the Beach with un-spoilt views to match.

After 2 nights in Tofino your next journey is to Campbell river. This drive will take on average 3 Hours 45 minutes. The 3* hotel Painters lodge holiday & fishing resort. The Painters lodge is the perfect place to take in everything Campbell River has to offer. Stunning views, beautiful boutiques, and great entertainment are right outside the door.

The after your 2 nights in Campbell River it’s off to Whistler. It will take roughly 5 hours to drive to whistler from Campbell river. Again this drive  has spectacular scenery and thee plenty of opportunities along the way for photo stops and food breaks.

The hotel we have handpicked in Whister is the 4* first tracks lodge. Elegant and richly stated, the # 1 ranked hotel on TripAdvior, First Tracks Lodge is a unique collection of designer suites that blends unparalleled luxury with an inspired location Heavy timber doors lead to majestic interiors of stone, slate and glass, warmed by deep colors and rich, authentic fabrics. Stainless steel appliances and granite countertops lend a modern flair to gourmet kitchens. Whistler Creekside's First Tracks Lodge is designed to delight even the most discerning travelers.

You stay here for 2 nights here is Whistler and that is a great amount to of time to explore what this fantastic region has to offer. The next stop on your Canadian fly drive is Clearwater. Clearwater is 5 hours drive thorough the Rockies from Whistler. On arrival in Clearwater you can check in your cabin at the 3.5 star Alpine Meadows resort.  Bear and deer roam next to the cabins at dusk. The lake is beautiful with free boat hire. Food and service at the onsite Restaurant is excellent both in the evening and breakfast. We recommend sitting outside and eating next to the lake. Other things to do in the area is Wildlife watching, Horseback Riding, Fishing, Hiking, Kayaking – there’s something for everyone.

After 2 blissful nights in Clearwater it’s the penultimate stop, and its Jasper. The Journey time from Clearwater to Jasper is 3 Hours 40 minutes.The hotel selected in Jasper is the 3* Bear Hill Lodge. The location of this hotel in Jasper is along the quieter northwest edge of the town, and within easy walking distance to Jasper’s shops, restaurants and amenities while providing a comfortable refuge to return to after an active day enjoying the many splendors of Jasper National Park.

Your final stop is Canmore , Canmore is a 3 hour 55 minutes drive from Jasper. The hotel we have chosen here is called the Falcon Crest Lodge. This is a luxurious mountain hotel in, located within minutes of Banff National Park, the Falcon Crest Lodge offers the perfect setting for your next Rocky Mountain Retreat. As one of the finest hotels in Canmore, Falcon Crest Lodge allows you to indulge with our hotel features and luxurious accommodations and amenities including granite countertops, fluffy duvet comforters, pillow-top mattresses and unparalleled service. Located minutes away from the Banff National Park gates. Nestled in the majestic Canadian Rocky Mountains, and surrounded by world class ski and golf resorts, your recreation opportunities are endless.

After the 2  nights in Canmore it’s off to the airport for your return flight home. You fly back to the uk from Calgary airport and this will only take roughly 1 hour to get there from Canmore.

On arrival at the airport you drop off your rented car that you have grown so attached to over the last 17 nights, before checking in for your flight home.

What's Included
  • All Flights Included
  • Airport Taxes Included
  • FREE Car Hire with Insurance
  • One way drop off Fee of $150 to be Paid Locally
  • PLEASE NOTE: The Ferry between Vancouver and Victoria is not Included, but please ask for details when you enquire

We are delighted to let you know about a number of excursions that we can offer which will not only save you up to 50% off the local ticket prices, but save you valuable time during your stay.


Vancouver Harbour Cruise, £25 per person - This relaxing 75 minute cruise takes you on a circular tour through Canada’s ‘Gateway to the Pacific’- the Burrard Inlet. The informative narration will ensure you do not miss any of the sights and you will enjoy close-up views of Stanley Park, the Lookout tower, Lions Gate Bridge, the striking Downtown skyline, historic Gastown and the magnificent North Shore Mountains.

Vancouver Trolley Hop-on/Hop-off, £26 per person - Explore the captivating city of Vancouver with a Vancouver Trolley Hop-on Hop-off ticket. The classic turn-of-the-century trolleys loop round the city past all the major sights, attractions, parks and gardens. There are 23 stops along the loop including downtown Vancouver, Stanley Park, Chinatown, Gastown, Granville Island and more! The trolley tour is fully narrated by an expert guide and the entire loop takes around two hours, although you can get off at any of the stops to visit attractions, shop or dine before re-boarding the next trolley to continue with your tour.

Capilano Suspension Bridge, £30 per person - Capilano Suspension Bridge and Park invites you to venture across Vancouver’s oldest visitor attraction.  There is something for everyone – facts and fiction at the Story Centre, exhibits at the Living Forest, guided nature walks through the West Coast Rain Forest, shopping at the Trading Post, colourful totem poles and native carving.  Experience a thrilling “tree tops adventure” and discover seven acres of West Coast Rainforest through a maze of suspended footbridges swaying between towering Hemlocks, immense Red Cedars and colossal Douglas firs.  More thrills await you at the “cliff-hanger walk” which takes you out over the canyon’s cliff edge.

Deluxe Vancouver City Tour, £49 per person - This is the perfect introduction to a wonderful city where it's possible to ski in the morning and sunbathe in the afternoon. Visit all the major sites on this informative city tour. See Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal, the Queen Elizabeth Theatre and Public Library, Chinatown, the two major sporting arenas and Historic Gastown.  You will be given some free time to shop or enjoy a bite to eat at bustling Robson Street before continuing into the heart of Stanley Park – 1000 acres of forest and gardens surrounded by beaches – where you will again have time to explore on foot.

Grouse Mountain Skyride, £39 per person - Experience a spectacular mountain top adventure 365 days of the year at the peak of Vancouver. During summer enjoy helicopter tours, lumberjack shows, the Grouse Mountain Wildlife Refuge for endangered wildlife, birds in motion demonstrations and so much more. In winter, discover the snowy wonderland renowned for skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, ice skating and sleigh rides. Throughout the year, relax and savour great tastes at any of the superb restaurants from casual to elegant dining.

Grouse Mountain Sunset Tour, £49 per person - A wonderful alternative to the daytime Vancouver tours. Your tour starts with a scenic journey aboard a trolley bus through renowned Stanley Park before heading over spectacular Lions Gate Bridge. From here you will be taken to the base of Grouse Mountain where you will board a gondola to whisk you to her peak. The one mile journey will take you high above the forests and between mountain peaks, affording stunning views of the city skyline, harbour and far-off Vancouver Island. At the summit, you have around two hours to explore, dine or simply enjoy the wonderful sunset views. There are a host of restaurants that cater for all tastes and reservations can be made aboard your trolley bus. Other attractions include Grouse Mountain's Mile High Theatre in the Sky where you can view Canada's first high definition video presentation "Born to Fly" or the grizzly bear cub orphanage where Grinder and Coola romp and play in a protected natural habitat.  After two hours exploring the mountain, return to the base and re-board the Trolley for the return trip to your point of embarkation.

Vancouver Panorama Seaplane Tour, £93 per person - Enjoy unforgettable aerial views of Downtown Vancouver and her surrounds as you take a thrilling over this wonderful city and close to the surrounding mountains. This is the ideal introduction to seaplane aviation. Take off on the sea on this 20-minute flight over beautiful Vancouver. You will see all the major downtown sights and also experience spectacular views of Grouse Mountain before the tour concludes with a thrilling landingback on the water.

Whistler & Shannon Falls, £94 per person - Journey along the Sea-to-Sky Highway to Whistler through a spectacular mountain paradise where you will discover cascading waterfalls, pristine virgin forest, breathtaking mountain views and snow covered peaks. Your journey starts with wonderful views of majestic Howe Sound as you follow the scenic highway that winds along this glacial fjord past picturesque seascapes and old growth rainforest. Circling bald eagles can often been seen as will as a host of other migratory birds. Continue along the Sea-to-Sky highway into the Canadian Rockies past mountain scenes and snowcapped peaks. Various photogenic stops will be made en route to Whistler including the 335-metre high Shannon Falls, the third highest waterfall in British Columbia and Brandywine Falls. On arrival in Whistler you will enjoy plenty of free time to explore this bustling mountain resort, dine and shop. During the summer you will have the chance to ride the gondola to the Peak of Whistler Mountain (gondola ticket payable locally) for stunning views across the Rockies. The leisurely journey back to Vancouver includes further scenic stops and points of interest.

Whale Watching Safari, £108 per person - If you're in Vancouver between April and October, you must take this 'once in a lifetime' tour to witness these magnificent and intelligent animals who are at the very top of the ocean's food chain. The Orca or Killer whales visit the North West Pacific coast around Vancouver regularly between April and October in search of salmon.  Sighting chances are 85 per cent and you are also likely to encounter other marine wild life such as Dall's Porpoises, seals, sea lions, and bald eagles.  On rare occasions Minke whales and sea elephants have been encountered.  You travel protected from the elements in covered, comfortable, high-speed boats equipped with washroom facilities.

Victoria  & Tofino

Victoria City Tour, £21 per person - Join this 90 minute, fully narrated Victoria City Tour. A sightseeing tour is a must for any new visitor! This narrated tour shows you the famous landmarks of the city and explains the fasinating history behind them. Discover Victoria’s lovley homes, gardens, the Legislative Buildings, Bea-con Hill Park, Mile Zero, the residental areas of the Uplands and Oak Bay and other historical points such as China Town and Antique row. A great way to see the sights in a short time.

Butchart Gardens Shuttle, £47 per person - Don't miss the opportunity to visit the magnificent Butchart Gardens, Victoria's most famous attraction. You're sure to see an amazing floral display at Butchart Gardens, whatever the time of year you visit from the emerging green leaves and bulbs of spring to summertime's perfumed flowers and fall's brilliant red and gold colors. This is an unescorted tour. On arrival at Butchart Gardens, you are free to explore the gardens at your leisure and return to Downtown Victoria at a time that is convenient for you. You are free to join on any of the return shuttles to Victoria.

Whale Watching from Victoria, £56 per person - A must for anyone visiting between May and October, view Orcas in all their glory plus a host of other marine species that are so abundant in this area. Board a 50- foot certified vessel with two elevated outdoor decks offering 360 degree panoramic views to ride across the waters on search of marine wildlife. You will ride aboard the Orca Spirit, a comfortable 50-foot covered vessel or a custom-built Zodiac boat that offers high speed giving you an exhilarating, safe and  intimate whale watching experience. Your experience will be enhanced  by a certified Marine biologist who will provide an overview on the different species that you find and also help direct the vessel to the best viewing areas.

Whale Watching in Tofino, £70 per person - Head out on the pristine waters of Clayoquot Sound in search of Gray and Humpback Whales. You will definitely see whales on this excursion! They are in such abundance on this strip of Pacific coastline that whales are spotted everyday. In addition to the gray whales and humpback whales, you should see bald eagles, seals, puffins, sea otters and porpoises. Whale watching cruises are aboard 12-seater zodiac speedboats and all passengers are kitted out in  full-length Mustang floater suit (with 'built in' life jacket) for comfort and safety at sea. Hats, gloves, and other gear are provided as needed.

Coastal Bear Watching in Tofino, £70 per person - It is rare, even in the wilderness of Canada to see bears in their natural habitat. However black bears are tempted to the shores of Tofino by their favourite food - the rock crab. This fascinating nature excursion will take you along the beautiful fjord inlets and past sheltered bays in search of the reclusive black bear. The peaceful cruise aboard a comfortable zodiac vessel lasts around 2.5 hours and covers many of the favourite feeding locations. At low tide, the black bears should emerge from the rainforest to forage for crab, clams and barnacles rare affording a rare sight of these magnificent beasts in their natural environment. Your experience will be enhanced by the enthusiastic commentary of your knowledgable guide. Although viewing black bears is not guaranteed, success rate is very high and you are also likely to see bald eagles, harbour seals, porpoises, blue herons and sea eagles.


Whistler Tree Trek, £33 per person - Discover the secrets of the rainforest on this unique experience that combines a memorable journey through the forest canopy with an educational message on ecology and sustainability.  From your bird’s eye view high in the treetops, enjoy close up views of cedars, hemlocks and firs and stunning views of the river valley below. Accompanied by an experienced guide, this interpretative walk takes you from the forest floor to the upper reaches of the tree canopy following a series of aerial stairways, suspension bridges and observation platforms.

Blackcomb Glacier Safari by Jeep, £80 per person - Experience the stunning mountain landscape of Whistler as your jeep takes you on an exhilarating journey to places where other vehicles simply cannot perform! Your 4x4 jeep takes you off-road in comfort and style. Experience the jeeps unique abilities on this exciting 2-hour off road adventure that takes you up the mountainside into the snow of the Blackcomb glacier. This tour takes you to places where no other vehicle could go!

Whistler Zip Trek Bear Tour, £89 per person - Enjoy stunning aerial vistas over Fitzsimmons Creek as you glide along steel zip cables up to two hundred feet above the forest floor! Glide over rare and untouched ancient coastal rainforest that divides Whistler and the Blackcomb Mountains. The two hour trail consists of five zip lines and four treetop suspension bridges and offers wonderful views of the surrounding rainforest. Feel the adrenaline pump through your veins as you soar along ziplines up to 2,000' long and 200' above the forest floor while reaching speeds of up to 80 km/hr! In between each of these ziplines you will be required to do some walking. This will be done on tree platforms, suspension bridges, stairs, as well as some trails and boardwalks throughout the old growth rainforest.

Mountain Explorer by ATV, £106 per person - Enjoy an exhilarating quad bike ride along mountain trails and through virgin forest to experience beautiful wilderness of the Coast Mountains. **FREE CHILD OFFER! - Children 6-12 years ride free with a full paying adult** Discover Blackcomb Mountain the “Canadian way” on our most popular ATV adventure. Splash through the mud pit (optional) while you explore a network of wide mountain trails ascending to Blackcomb’s beautiful alpine. Enjoy breathtaking views of the Whistler Valley and snowcapped peaks of the Coast Mountain Range. A great mix of exploring, sightseeing, and adventure; don’t forget your camera!


Jasper River Rafting, £46 per person - This relaxing rafting trip is a unique and fun way to enjoy the stunning scenery of the Jasper National Park. Enjoy a gentle rafting tour on the Athabasca River, following the route used by the fur trader’s centuries ago. The ten mile journey passes through many small sets of rapids and calm stretches, which allows your National Park Licensed guide to point out the natural and human history of Jasper. Specially designed rafts offer a safe, comfortable ride that any first time rafter will enjoy. This trip is for everyone from children to seniors.

Maligne Valley Wildlife Tour, £48 per person - If you want to see wildlife when visiting the Rockies your best opportunity is in Jasper! The area the town occupies is the largest inhabitable valley in the Canadian Rockies, which means more food for “All Creatures Great and Small”  Put on your safari hat as you set out into the Park with your own Wildlife Interpreter in search of Bear, Elk, Sheep, Goats, Coyote, Wolves, Moose and many of Mother Nature’s other mountain creatures. This three hour tour is the perfect chance to enjoy spectacular scenery and learn more about Jasper’s original inhabitants. Don’t forget your camera!

Columbia Icefields Tour, £57 per person - Widely regarded as one of the most scenic highways in the world, the beautiful Icefield Parkway takes you through the heart of the Canadian Rockies and offers views of snow-capped mountains, lush forest and spectacular waterfalls. There is also a good chance to see wildlife including bears, bighorn sheep, moose and mountain goats along the route. Stop at the Athabasca and Sunwapta Falls as well as other scenic view points as you head along the Parkway to Athabasca Glacier and the Columbia Icefields Centre. Here you can explore this beautiful glacier at your own pace and there is the optional chance to board the ‘snocoach’ for the arguable highlight of the trip, an ‘Ice Explorer’ tour of the glacier.

Maligne Valley Sightseeing & Boat Cruise, £78 per person - This introduction to Jasper begins with a short tour of the town be-fore heading across the Athabasca River to Maligne Lake. A century after Mary Schaeffer’s remarkable adventure, come discover “World-renowned” Maligne Lake for yourself! A stop at Maligne Canyon offers staggering views of the river thundering through a series of magnificent waterfalls in a gorge 10,000 years in the making. Farther up the valley, stop to solve the mystery of “disappearing” Medicine Lake. Next we’ll carry on to the pinnacle of our tour, breathtaking Maligne Lake! Once there you can enjoy an interpretative boat cruise bound for Spirit Island, truly another of Canada’s iconic images, or a nice guided walk along the shoreline of this unimaginable beauty.

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