8-Day Canadian Rockies Tour with Glacier National Park and Vancouver from Seattle
Product Code: 2-663381
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OVERVIEW

Highlights

  • • Vancouver
  • • Whistler
  • • Victoria
  • • The Last Spike
  • • Kamloops
  • • Banff National Park
  • • Glacier National Park
  • • Vernon
  • • Kelowna
Tour Code
2-663381
Duration
8 day
Departure City
Seattle
End City
Seattle
Language
Chinese, English
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Group Type: Standard group

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Itinerary
Day 01
Vancouver

Seattle - Vancouver

Hotel: Sandman Hotel or similar

Vancouver is a major city in western Canada, located in the Lower Mainland region of British Columbia. Vancouver is consistently named as one of the top five worldwide cities for livability and quality of life.


 


Itinerary:


Seattle → Gastown Steam Clock (30 mins) → Lunch at China Town (60 mins) → Canada Place (40 mins, FlyOver Canada is optional for 10 mins) → Stanley park (120 mins) 

Gastown Steam Clock


A working steam clock, one of only a few in the world, located in Vancouver's Victorian Gastown. Every quarter-hour, the two-ton Steam Clock shows off a bit, whistling and shooting steam from its five whistles in its version of the Westminster Chime. On the hour it marks each hour with a toot from each whistle. The clock is a key tourists destination in Vancouver.

Vancouver Chinatown


A Community established over a century ago, Vancouver Chinatown has been a place of culture and is known for its buzzing food scene. Chinatown's towering entrance, Millennium Gate is the landmark most visitors look for. 

Canada Place


Canada Place is a building situated on the Burrard Inlet waterfront of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is the home of the Vancouver Convention Centre, the Pan Pacific Vancouver Hotel, Vancouver's World Trade Centre, and the virtual flight ride FlyOver Canada. The building's exterior is covered by fabric roofs resembling sails. It is also the main cruise ship passenger terminal for the region, where cruises to Alaska originate. 

FlyOver Canada


FlyOver Canada is a tourist attraction located at Canada Place in downtown Vancouver. The ride takes guests on a virtual flight across Canada, you will see include Rocky Mountains, Newfoundland's icebergs and Niagara Falls. The whole journey takes you from the east coast of Canada to the west bank to see the beautiful natural landscape and city. It will give you an unforgettable and complexity experience. 

Stanley park


Stanley Park has a long history and was one of the first areas to be explored in the city. Most of the manmade structures present in the park were built between 1911 and 1937 under the influence of then superintendent W.S. Rawlings. Additional attractions, such as a polar bear exhibit, aquarium, and miniature train, were added in the post-war period. Stanley Park was named "top park in the entire world" by TripAdvisor. You also can see the Lions Gate Bridge and the Five Sails Square. The other side is North Vancouver, where you can see the Vancouver skyline.

Visiting Attractions

  • Vancouver Vancouver
  • Chinatown Vancouver Chinatown Vancouver
  • Canada Place Canada Place
  • Stanley Park Stanley Park

Admission Fees

Activity Price Additional Information
FlyOver Canada 4D Movie Adult:CAD$25.00; Senior:CAD$25.00; Youth (13-16):CAD$20.00; Child (12yrs or Minimum height higher than 40inch/102cm):CAD$16.00; Exclude 5%GST tax
  • All mandatory fees must be paid in cash to the tour guide and tickets cannot be pre-purchased separatedly.
  • Any optional activities you wish to join must be paid to your tour guide in cash.
Day 02
Vancouver

Vancouver - Kamloops

Hotel: Sandman Hotel or similar

Today we will depart from Vancouver in the morning. In the afternoon, we will proceed to Kamloops which is the hometown of ginseng located in the north. Finally, we will head to visit the famous "Last Spike" in the Pacific Railroad Memorial Park.


 


Itinerary:


Vancouver → Drive through Fraser Valley → Kamloops Sunmore Ginseng Factory (40 mins) → The Last Spike (30 mins)

Kamloops Sunmore Ginseng Factory


Sunmore Ginseng Factory is located in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. Because of its pollution-free fertile soil and semi-desert dry climate, Kamloops has also become the largest producer of American ginseng in North America and is known as the ''Ginseng Capital''. During this visit, visitors have the chance to understand the growth process of American ginseng and its various nourishing medicinal effects.

The Last Spike


The Last Spike was the final and ceremonial railway spike driven into the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) track by company director Donald Smith on the morning of 7 November 1885. The ceremony marked the completion of the transcontinental CPR and was a muted affair at which a group of company officials and labourers gathered at Craigellachie near Eagle Pass in the interior of British Columbia. One of about 30 million iron spikes used in the construction of the line, the Last Spike came to symbolize more than the completion of a railway. Contemporaries and historians have viewed the Last Spike - as well as the iconic photographs of the event - as a moment when national unity was realized.

Visiting Attractions

  • Vancouver Vancouver
  • Kamloops Kamloops
  • Sunmore Ginseng Factory Sunmore Ginseng Factory
  • Canadian Pacific Railway's Last Spike Canadian Pacific Railway's Last Spike
Day 03
Banff

Glacier National Park - Vermillion Lake - Bow Falls - Banff National Park

Hotel: Banff Town Elk+ Hotel or similar

Today we will drive through Glacier National Park and head to Vermilion Lake. The water of Vermilion Lake originates from the hot springs of Sulphur Mountain, so the color of the riverbed has become into cinnabar brown, making it one of the photographers' favorite shooting locations in Banff. After that, we will head to Bow Falls. Finally, we arrived at Banff National Park, the first picturesque Canadian national park.


 


Itinerary:


Drive through Glacier National Park → Vermillion Lake → Bow Falls (15 mins) → Banff National Park → Banff Gondola (optional, 60 mins) → Banff Upper Hot Spring (ticket included, 60 mins) → Banff Town (150 mins)

Glacier National Park


Glacier National Park is one of 43 national parks located within Canada. This 521 square miles of protected area includes portions of the Columbia Mountains, as well as Rogers Pass National Historic Site. The park contains active glaciers, snowy peaks, one of Canada’s largest cave systems, and a large selection of plants and animals.



Bow Falls

Bow Falls is a major waterfall on the Bow River, Alberta just before the junction of it and the Spray River. The 1953 Marilyn Monroe film River of No Return featured the falls.

Banff National Park


Banff National Park is famous for its surreally coloured lakes, majestic mountains and endless outdoor adventures. Canada’s first national park and the world’s third, it has a rich heritage as one of the world’s most awe-inspiring mountain destinations. What makes Banff National Park so special is its easy access and close proximity to the vast unspoiled wilderness of the Canadian Rockies. The park spans 6,641 square kilometres (2,564 square miles) of mountainous terrain, packed with spectacularly scenic valleys, peaks, glaciers, forests, meadows and rivers. 

Banff Gondola


On a clear day, taking a gondola is a great activity for families, groups, and couples. Once up top, savour the sweeping vistas, explore the many hiking opportunities, or relax with a meal on the roof of the Rockies. 

Banff Upper Hot Spring


The Banff Hot Springs are still a favourite today amongst visitors and locals. It’s magical to sit in the pools in the wintertime, watching snow fall on the surrounding peaks. Sunrise and sunset at any time of the year is also a wonderful time to visit, as the mountain air cools down during these times of day. 

Banff Town


Banff is a town within Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada. Banff is a resort town and one of Canada's most popular tourist destinations. Known for its mountainous surroundings and hot springs, it is a destination for outdoor sports and extensive hiking, biking, scrambling and skiing.

Tips:

* The hot spring area provides locker (need insert 1 yuan coin) for customers. Please pay more attention to take care of your valuables;


* The hot spring area provides swimsuit and towel rental services;


* This hot spring is a complimentary item. If you are unable to participate in the hot spring due to personal reasons or the maintenance and closure of the scenic spot, there will be no refund.

Visiting Attractions

  • Banff Banff
  • Banff National Park Banff National Park
  • Bow Falls Bow Falls
  • Banff Hot Springs Banff Hot Springs
Day 04
Canadian Rockies

Abraham Lake OR Johnston Canyon - Lake Louise

Hotel: Sandman Hotel or similar

Today we will go to the famous Abraham Lake, which is affectionately called "Bubble Lake". Then we will proceed to Lake Louise, named after the beautiful Princess Louise of the British royal family.


 


Itinerary:


Abraham Lake (60 mins, optional for 12 mins Helicopter Tour) OR Johnston Canyon (60 mins) → Lake Louise (150 mins) → Pass by Yoho National Park and Glacier National Park
 


Abraham Lake

Abraham Lake is located in Alberta, North Saskatchewan, Canada. It is an artificial lake and the largest reservoir in Alberta. Although the lake is artificial, it has the blue color of other glacial lakes in the Rocky Mountains. This lake has a kind of wonder in winter-a large number of frozen bubbles gather under the lake surface.

or

Johnston Canyon

Carved steeply into the limestone bedrock by thousands of years of water erosion, the dramatic Johnston Canyon is a breathtaking natural attraction in Banff National Park. Overhanging canyon walls, waterfalls, the deep pools of Johnston Creek, and lush forest are sure to leave a memorable impression. Johnston Canyon is one of the most popular destinations in Banff National Park, and for good reason.

Lake Louise


Lake Louise is a hamlet within Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada. Named after Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll, it lies in Alberta's Rockies on the Bow River, 3 km (1.9 mi) northeast of the lake that shares its name. The nearby lake, framed by mountains, is one of the most famous mountain vistas in the world.

Yoho National Park


Yoho National Park lies on the western slopes of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Vertical rock walls, waterfalls and dizzying peaks draw visitors from around the world. With exceptional hiking and sightseeing, the park offers a unique glimpse of Canada’s natural wonders, from the secrets of ancient ocean life to the power of ice and water.

Glacier National Park


Glacier National Park is one of 43 national parks located within Canada. This 521 square miles of protected area includes portions of the Columbia Mountains, as well as Rogers Pass National Historic Site. The park contains active glaciers, snowy peaks, one of Canada’s largest cave systems, and a large selection of plants and animals.

Tips:
Complimentary ice skates and Bubble Lake itinerary will be provided only from mid-December to early February of the next year. If the Bubble Lake cannot reach due to weather reasons, we will go to Johnston Canyon instead.

Visiting Attractions

  • Canadian Rockies Canadian Rockies
  • Banff Banff
  • Lake Louise Lake Louise
  • Johnston Canyon Johnston Canyon
  • Abraham Lake Abraham Lake

Admission Fees

Activity Price Additional Information
Helicopter Tour of Abraham Lake CAD$220.00; Exclude CAD$8 Registration fee and 5%GST tax.
  • All mandatory fees must be paid in cash to the tour guide and tickets cannot be pre-purchased separatedly.
  • Any optional activities you wish to join must be paid to your tour guide in cash.
Day 05
Vernon

Vernon - Okanagan Lake - Grizzli Winery - Vancouver

Hotel: Sandman Hotel or similar

In the morning, we will head to Vernon to visit the famous local Plannet Bee Honey Farm. Then we will head to Kelowna, the hometown of fruits in BC, and take a visit at the Okanagan Lake. Afterwards, we will visit the famous local "VQA" rare wine winery. Then we will pass through the town of Merritt and return back to Vancouver.


 


Itinerary:


Vernon Plannet Bee Honey Farm (50 mins) → Okanagan Lake (30 mins) → Grizzli Winery (50 mins) → Merritt (pass by) → Vancouver



Vernon Plannet Bee Honey Farm

Planet Vernon Honey Farm is located in the suburbs of Vernon, British Columbia, Canada. It produce featured local honey from there own beehives. Here, visitors have the opportunity to observe bees up close, stroll through our bee-friendly garden, and taste honey and mead.

Okanagan Lake


Okanagan Lake is an oligotrophic lake, meaning algae and plant growth is limited. The shallower portions at either end of the lake tend to have the most plant growth, in part because in these sections water from the bottom of the lake mixes better with water from the top, thus circulating nutrients. In the lake’s deeper portions, the water at the bottom does not mix well with surface water.

Grizzli Winery


Grizzli Winery is rooted in the center of Okanagan, Canada. Surrounded by mountains and lakes, with long sunshine and large temperature differences between day and night, it creates unique wines here. The concept of Grizzli Winery is that guests are like families. Therefore, you can feel the warmth of home while tasting delicious wines.

Visiting Attractions

  • Vernon Vernon
  • Vancouver Vancouver
  • Okanagan Lake Okanagan Lake
Day 06
Vancouver

Choose One from Below:Victoria 1-Day Tour OR Vancouver 1-Day city tour

Hotel: Sandman Hotel or similar

Choose one from below options:

Option 1: Vancouver city tour

We will visit the major attractions with our Vancouver city tour!

First we'll head to Chinatown, one of the largest in North America. We will visit the Dr. Sun Yat-sen Classical Chinese Garden, a tranquil Ming Dynasty-style garden which grows the rarely found black bamboo tree. We will also see the Sam Kee Building, at just 1.5m/6ft wide, it's the world's most narrow office.

Next we'll visit Gastown, where Vancouver's economy began and see the historic steam clock which will whistle every hour. From here it's off to Canada Place, which was home to the 1986 World Expo site and is now a Cruise Ship Terminal, with five stars hotel and a convention center. You will see the Five Sail, one of Vancouver's landmark.

Afterwards we'll visit the Canada Winter Olympic Park to take photos with Olympic cauldron, followed by Stanley Park, the largest city park in Canada which over 1,000 acre of forests, totem poles and the most spectacular view from Prospect Point.

Then we'll head to Capilano Suspension Bridge (admission not included) to feel the thrill of walking on a suspension bridge 70 meters above the river where you may find ancient pine trees. Stroll the Cliff Walk to challenge your bravery.

Lastly, we'll visit Queen Elizabeth Park, which is famous for being the highest point in Vancouver (152m above sea level), which makes for spectacular views of the park, downtown Vancouver, and the mountain that line the North Shore.

Option 2: Victoria Day Trip

Victoria Day Trip: In the morning, our Victoria tour will depart from Vancouver, where we'll transfer to the Tsawwassen and board the BC Ferries to Victoria, the capital of British Columbia on Vancouver Island. The luxury ferries provide facilities including restaurants and gift shop.

Upon arrival in Vancouver Island, our Victoria tour will begin with a visit to the century old Butchart Garden. The garden covers an area of 50 acres filled with themed gardens like Sunken Garden featuring a large variety of flowers, begonia kiosks. Sunken Garden is the most exciting district, originally a nest shaped trap lime quarry, it has transformed into a garden covered with colorful flowers and ingenuity set of trees. Other theme gardens are the Concert Lawn, Rose Garden Three Sturgeon Fountain, Japanese Garden, and Italian Garden.

The next stop on our day trip from Vancouver will be at the narrowest commercial street in Canada, the Fan Tan Alley. After passing by Chinatown's historic Gate of Harmonious Interest, the next destination is The British Columbia Parliament Buildings, the home to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia. Afterwards we head to Centennial Square, it was built to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the incorporation of the City of Victoria.

Then our tour will lead us to the magnificent Fairmont Empress Hotel. Next stop is Thunderbird Park, this park is home to many totem poles and other First Nation monuments. The Victorian Inner Harbor is next on our route where you can choose to travel the area on foot or by carriage .

Lastly, we'll head to Beacon Hill Park with a stop at "Mile Zero”, the start of the 8000 km Trans-Canada Highway that spans the entire length of Canada.

Our Victoria tour will return to Vancouver in the late afternoon.

Visiting Attractions

  • Vancouver Vancouver
  • Victoria Victoria
  • Chinatown Vancouver Chinatown Vancouver
  • Gastown Gastown
  • Capilano Suspension Bridge Capilano Suspension Bridge
  • Queen Elizabeth Park Queen Elizabeth Park
  • Chinatown, Victoria Chinatown, Victoria
  • Butchart Gardens Butchart Gardens

Admission Fees

Activity Price Additional Information
BC Ferry + Butchart Gardens CAD$71.00/Adult; CAD$60.00/Child(2-12) Include BC Ferry and ticket of The Butchart Gardens. 5% GST is not inlucded
Capilano suspension bridge CAD$55.00/Adult,CAD$50.00/Senior65+,CAD$30.00/Youth13-16,CAD$19.00/Child6-12 Exclude 5% GST tax
Victoria Lunch $18.00/Adult; $18.00/Child(2-11)
  • All mandatory fees must be paid in cash to the tour guide and tickets cannot be pre-purchased separatedly.
  • Any optional activities you wish to join must be paid to your tour guide in cash.
Day 07
Vancouver

Choose One from Below:Vancouver 1-Day city tour OR Whistler 1-Day Tour

Hotel: Sandman Hotel or similar

Choose one from below options:

Option 1: Vancouver city tour

We will visit the major attractions with our Vancouver city tour!

First we'll head to Chinatown, one of the largest in North America. We will visit the Dr. Sun Yat-sen Classical Chinese Garden, a tranquil Ming Dynasty-style garden which grows the rarely found black bamboo tree. We will also see the Sam Kee Building, at just 1.5m/6ft wide, it's the world's most narrow office.

Next we'll visit Gastown, where Vancouver's economy began and see the historic steam clock which will whistle every hour. From here it's off to Canada Place, which was home to the 1986 World Expo site and is now a Cruise Ship Terminal, with five stars hotel and a convention center. You will see the Five Sail, one of Vancouver's landmark.

Afterwards we'll visit the Canada Winter Olympic Park to take photos with Olympic cauldron, followed by Stanley Park, the largest city park in Canada which over 1,000 acre of forests, totem poles and the most spectacular view from Prospect Point.

Then we'll head to Capilano Suspension Bridge (admission not included) to feel the thrill of walking on a suspension bridge 70 meters above the river where you may find ancient pine trees. Stroll the Cliff Walk to challenge your bravery.

Lastly, we'll visit Queen Elizabeth Park, which is famous for being the highest point in Vancouver (152m above sea level), which makes for spectacular views of the park, downtown Vancouver, and the mountain that line the North Shore.

Option 2: Whistler Day Tour

Whistler Day Tour: our day trip from Vancouver to Whistler by driving along the Sea to Sky Highway, passing through Horseshoe Bay and Squamish. Then we'll arrive in Whistler and begin our Whistler tour.

Our visit we'll include a visit to Shannon Falls, the third highest waterfall in Canada, and Stawaus Chief, the 2nd largest granite monolith in the world. Then we'll explore Whistler Village, co-host of 2010 Winter Olympics and famous ski resort.

Lastly, we'll have the chance to board the Peak2Peak Gondola (admission not included) to enjoy stunning views of the region.

Visiting Attractions

  • Vancouver Vancouver
  • Whistler Whistler
  • Chinatown Vancouver Chinatown Vancouver
  • Gastown Gastown
  • Capilano Suspension Bridge Capilano Suspension Bridge
  • Queen Elizabeth Park Queen Elizabeth Park
  • Chinatown, Victoria Chinatown, Victoria
  • Whistler Village Whistler Village
  • Whistler Black Comb Whistler Black Comb
  • Peak 2 Peak Gondola Peak 2 Peak Gondola

Admission Fees

Activity Price Additional Information
Peak 2 Peak Gondola CAD$79/Adult(18+);CAD$67/Youth(13-18);CAD$39/Child(6-12); Excluded 5%GST, price subject to final confirmation
Squamish Sea to Sky Gondola CAD$57起/Adult;CAD$34/Youth(13-18);CAD$20/Child(6-12) Excluded 5%GST
  • All mandatory fees must be paid in cash to the tour guide and tickets cannot be pre-purchased separatedly.
  • Any optional activities you wish to join must be paid to your tour guide in cash.
Day 08
Seattle

Vancouver - Seattle

Today we will depart from Vancouver and head to visit Seattle. Seattle is a seaport city in Washington State, a commercial center in the northwestern United States, located between King County, Puget Sound and Lake Washington.


 


Itinerary:


Vancouver → Microsoft Visitor Center & Lunch (100 mins) → University of Washington (60 mins) → Gas Works Park (60 mins) → The Spheres (45 mins)



Microsoft Visitor Center

The Microsoft Company Store and Visitors Center is a great way to understand the past, present and future of Microsoft.

University of Washington


Founded in 1861, UW is one of the oldest universities on the West Coast. It has three campuses, with its main location in Seattle. It serves a student body of over 45,000.

Gas Works Park


Gas Works Park is a park located in Seattle, Washington, USA. The predecessor of the park was actually a gas factory. After the suspension of work, it was converted into a park after the lobbying of the world teacher in 1975. It became the first park to be rebuilt by means of resource recycling. The park has grassy hills and is a great place to see the disappearance of the smoke and the Seattle city skyline.

The Spheres


The Spheres (The Amazon Spheres) is a building of three spherical greenhouses located in Seattle, USA. The Spheres are a result of innovative thinking about the character of a workplace and an extended conversation about what is typically missing from urban offices-a direct link to nature. The Spheres are home to more than 40,000 plants from the cloud forest regions of over 30 countries.

Visiting Attractions

  • Seattle Seattle
  • University of Washington University of Washington
  • Gas Works Park Gas Works Park
Please note that order of day-to-day itinerary is adjustable depending on tour start day.

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    • 7-night hotel accommodations
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    • Airfare and the cost of other transportation between your home and pick-up location
    • All personal expenses, additional hotel services and meals
    • Service Fee for tour guide/bus driver (min. CAD$12.00/day per person)
    • Optional Meal Plan in Rocky Mountains: Adult: USD$180.00 / CAD$210.00;Senior: USD$180.00 / CAD$210.00;Child(2-11): USD$180.00 / CAD$188.00. 9 meals (3B, 4L, 2D), CAD price exclude 5% GST tax.
    • Mandatory tour(Banff National Park ticket and Gondola):  Adult: CAD$70.00; Child(2-11): CAD$28.00. CAD price exclude 5% GST tax.
    • Mandatory tour(BC Ferry and Butchart Garden):  Adult: CAD$71.00; Child(12-): CAD$60.00. CAD price exclude 5% GST tax.
    • Optional tours (prices vary from season to season).
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      Rockies Mandatory Fee:
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      negative report of nucleic acid test within 72 hours for 5-12 years old, fully vaccine card for 12+, otherwise tour fee will not be refunded, if you cannot join:
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