Feeling cooped up? Get back to nature with this Canadian Rockies 8-night flight, hotel, and escorted sightseeing package for two for $3,818. Prepare for the freshest air you've ever breathed and the most awe-inspiring panoramas you've ever seen. Oh, and hey, you'll save over $800. But beyond the savings, there are several (extremely beautiful) reasons why you might want to book this deal.
8 Reasons to Book This Trip to the Canadian Rockies
Fully Escorted Vacation With Airfare
Your vacation begins with a flight to Calgary in Alberta, Canada. From here, you'll travel around the Canadian Rockies in an air-conditioned motor coach. Your English-speaking tour manager will guide your journey with their knowledge and expertise.
Waterton Lakes National Park: Where the Prairies Meet the Mountains
On day 2, the tour heads south to Waterton Lakes National Park. The park is famous for its breathtaking lakes (the deepest in the Canadian Rockies) surrounded by sweeping mountains. You can also opt into an afternoon boat cruise on the upper lake.
Glacier National Park: Where the American and Canadian Rockies Meet
Head to northwestern Montana and (weather-permitting) travel on the "Going-to-the-Sun" road as you enter the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. This spectacular park was united in 1932 to showcase the sparkling lakes and towering mountain range.
Enjoy the Charming Town of Banff
When you've had enough of enjoying the great outdoors, the quaint town of Banff offers the welcome relief of trendy shops set against a striking alpine backdrop. It's also a great place to pig out in any number of pubs, cafes, fine dining bistros, steakhouses, and candy shops.
Take the Gondola to Sulphur Mountain
Make the most of your time in Banff National Park by taking a gondola to the top of Sulphur Mountain. Enjoy the majestic views across six mountain ranges, then stroll along the boardwalk to the Observation Deck for a panoramic view of Bow Valley.
Quintessential Canadian Mountain Scene at Lake Louise
Nestled at the base of awe-inspiring glacier-clad peaks, Lake Louise is one of the most picturesque areas of Banff National Park. The lake's emerald-colored water comes from rock flour, which is carried into the lake by melt-water from the overlooking glaciers.
See the "Disappearing" Medicine Lake
Jasper National Park is home to one of the strangest phenomenon in the Rockies — the "disappearing" Medicine Lake. We could explain this geologic anomaly (seriously, we read the whole wiki article on it!), but wouldn't you rather learn about it on location?
Take the Ice Explorer to the Center of Athabasca Glacier
Pass by more than 100 glaciers on your way to Columbia Icefield where you'll board a specially designed Ice Explorer and travel to the center of the massive Athabasca Glacier. You'll be able to step out onto the surface of this ice formation, dating back over 200 years.
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