8 Days Summer Rocky Mountains Tour with Air

Starting Price $840 /Person
Tour ID 436
Travel Days 8 Days
Departure Date: Jun/Sept/Oct Every Mon, Fri Jul & Aug: Every Mon, Tue, Fri

Seattle pick up or drop off $35 per person per way or $50 per person per round trip

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  • Day 1 Hometown - Seattle

    Arrive at Seattle Airport and immediately start the half day Seattle City tour, including the famous spot of Space Needle (Optional expense); pass China Town, and arrive Vancouver in late afternoon. (Please arrange flight arrive Seattle airport before 12:00 noon)
    Hotel :A or B hotel or similar
  • Day 2 Vancouver – Kelowna – Vernon – Revelstoke/ Golden (L*/D*)

    Early departure from Vancouver travel through Fraser Valley towards Kelowna. After lunch, continue the journey in Kelowna, a well known city for its fruit orchards. Take photos at Okanagan Lake which is famous for its legendary story and search for the lake monster “Ogopogo”. Onwards to Vernon and taste different varieties of fruits and honey products. In the evening, arrive Revelstoke/Golden to have dinner and transfer to hotel.
    Hotel: Sandman Hotel or Travelodge or similar
  • Day 3 Revelstoke/Golden – Bow Lake - Columbia Icefield – Skywalk – Banff (B*/L*)

    After breakfast, pass through Revelstoke National Park and Golden proceed to the Bow Lake after travel towards to Columbia Icefield Parkway to ride the Icefield snow coach (admission), setting foot at this 300 meters depth Athabasca Glacier of the biggest flow from the Columbia Icefield. Travel around in new attraction Glacier Sky Walk (Admission) explore the Sunwapta Canon. After that, travel towards Banff. Overnight in Banff, where we can enjoy night shopping and more leisure time at Banff.
    (Skywalk open from May - Oct only)
    Hotel: Banff Inn / V o y a g e r I n n or similar
  • Day 4 Banff – Bow Fall - Lake Louise – Moraine Lake – Last Spike - Salmon Arm (B*/L*/D*)

    After breakfast, to visit Bow Fall, is a major waterfall on the Bow River, Alberta just before the junction of it and the Spray River. After that proceed to Lake Louise Ski Resort at Mount Whitehom, where our guest may have a chance to see the local habitat grizzly bears in the gondola(Admission) (Subject to Open). On top of the observation deck, our guests could overlook the beautiful Lake Louise. After lunch at downtown of Lake Louise or at the Peak, our guest can enjoy the a leisure stroll along the Lake Louise side and take some photos at this “Jewel of the Rockies”. After continue to visit the Moraine Lake (Subject to lake open) , 1967 old Canadian $20 bill, a glacially fed lake situated in the valley of the Ten Peeks. After that, continue to visit the “last Spike” which is the transcontinental railway, connects the east and west. To end the day, we enjoy a dinner at Salmon Arm and stay overnight.
    Hotel: Comfort Inn Salmon Arm / Village Green Vernon or similar
  • Day 5 Salmon Arm - Kamloops – Vancouver (B/L*)

    Enjoy a hotel breakfast, after drive to Kamloops. In Kamloops visit Ginseng Factory. After lunch, we will visit a famous winery to learn the basic of wine making along with some tasting of Canadian wines and "ice Wine". Return to Vancouver.
    Hotel :A or B hotel or similar
  • Day 6 Vancouver - Victoria

    In the morning, take BC Ferry across Victoria, the capital city of British Columbia and walk through the Chinatown which is the second eldest in North America. You may stroll along the city's Inner Harbour, explore the BC Parliament Buildings on its free guided tour, enjoy a horse-drawn carriage rides (at own expense) around the city centre, visit the Royal British Columbia Museum to learn about human history, Thunderbird Park, Beacon Hill Park and the Victoria Conference Centre, etc. After that, head forwards the Butchart Gardens, which offers 50 acres of magnificent floral show in its Rose Garden, Sunken Garden, Italian Garden and Japanese Garden.
    Hotel: Comfort Inn or similar
  • Day 7 Victoria City – Duncan – Chemainus – Vancouver

    In the morning, ahead to Duncan, the “City of Totems” where has 80 totem poles carved by First Nations artisans around the town including the world’s largest one in diameter. There we will also see the world's largest ice hockey stick which was specifically made for Expo ’86 in Vancouver and is now on display beside a local arena. Next, visit Chemainus, a town where is famous for its 39 outdoor murals from which we will learn about the local development history. Afterwards conclude the tour by taking BC Ferry back to Vancouver.
    Hotel:A or B hotel or similar
  • Day 8 Seattle - Home Town

    For In-Out Seattle passengers, in the moring direct transfer to Seattle Airport for your return flight, no complimentary Vancouver City tour. Please arrange flight after 3:30p.m.
  • Seattle Transfer Services

    1. Settle Sea Airport
    Around 12PM at Door #00

    2. Seattle Space Needle
    Around 1:30PM at ticket office of Space Needle

    3. YVR Airport - Canada Domestic Flight
    Baggage Claim #2 in Domestic Terminal

    4. YVR Airport - International & US Flight
    A Canadian Aboriginal wood at Public Greeting Area in International Arrival Terminal