- Roundtrip flight from Montreal to Calgary and return from Vancouver with Air Canada
- Rental of a car Economy (A CHEVROLET SPARK or similar) with Hertz for 11 days to Calgary AP (AL)
- 3 nights’ accommodation at Elk & Avenue Hotel – in Standard Room – No meals to Banff or similar
- 1 night accommodation at Best Western Plus Revelstoke in 2 Queen beds room – Breakfast Plan to Revelstoke or similar
- 3 nights’ accommodation at The Cove Lakeside Resort in Basic Single Room – 1 Queen Bed to West Kelowna or similar
- 3 nights’ accommodation at Century Plaza Hotel in Standard Suite, 1 Bedroom, Kitchen, Corner – 1 King Bed to Vancouver or similar
- Client’s contribution to the Compensation fund of $3,50 per $1,000
Flight departing from Montreal to Calgary.
Pick up your rental car.
During your journey to Banff, make a stop in Canmore. You will find a variety of shops, art galleries, cafes, and restaurants, perfect for shopping and tasting local specialties.
The Canmore Lake offers a picturesque and relaxing walk. You can take a short stroll around the lake to enjoy the magnificent landscapes and maybe spot wildlife such as birds and deer.
To get to Banff, consider driving along the Bow Valley Parkway, which connects Canmore to Banff. It is a scenic route that offers spectacular views of the mountains and the valley. Check-in at your hotel in Banff.
Start your day with a hike to Tunnel Mountain. The hike is approximately 4.3 km round trip and offers a panoramic view of the Banff Valley.
Afterwards, head to the Upper Hot Springs to relax in natural hot waters. Enjoy the view of the surrounding mountains while you unwind.
In the evening, visit the town of Banff and explore the main street, where you will find many shops, restaurants, and art galleries. You may also consider dining at one of the city’s delicious restaurants.
Depart early for Lake Louise, located about 40 minutes by car from Banff. Admire the turquoise waters of the lake and the majestic Victoria mountain. You can take a short hike around the lake or simply relax and enjoy the view.
In the afternoon, head to Moraine Lake, another gem of Banff. Its emerald color and snow-capped peaks make it an ideal spot for photography. Take a walk along the Rockies Trail for an even more impressive view.
To finish your day, consider taking a short hike to Johnston Canyon waterfall. The suspended walkways offer a spectacular view of the waterfalls and the gorge.
Take the road towards Revelstoke and travel approximately 260 kilometers through picturesque scenery in the heart of the Canadian Rockies. Let yourself be seduced by the turquoise lakes, majestic mountains, and lush forests during this unforgettable journey.
A suggested activity would be to take the Revelstoke gondola to reach the summit of the mountain, where you can enjoy incredible panoramic views of the valley and surrounding mountains. You can also go hiking on the marked trails at the summit.
Start your journey from Revelstoke, a charming town nestled between the mountains of the Selkirk Range. Enjoy the last mountain panoramas before venturing into gentler landscapes.
You will pass through the famous Rogers Pass, a section of the Trans-Canada Highway surrounded by majestic mountains and lush forests. It is an ideal place for a short break and to enjoy the natural beauty of the Rockies.
Next, you will pass through Vernon, a pleasant town on the edge of Okanagan Lake. It is an ideal stop for lunch or to explore some of the local parks if you have time.
Continuing your journey, you will travel along the magnificent Okanagan Lake, famous for its blue waters, vineyards, and recreational activities. The distance is about 200 km.
Once you arrive in Kelowna, you will find a lively city on the shores of Okanagan Lake. This region is known for its quality wines, delicious fruits, and picturesque beaches.
Take the time to stroll along the waterfront, visit local wineries, or relax on a beach.
Start your day by visiting Knox Mountain Provincial Park, where you can hike to the summit and enjoy a panoramic view of the city and Okanagan Lake. Afterwards, head to Okanagan Lake for a boat cruise or a paddleboarding session. On-site, you can rent equipment to explore the lake in a fun and refreshing way.
In the evening, explore downtown Kelowna and discover its shops, art galleries, and restaurants. Enjoy a dinner at one of the establishments offering local products and wines from the region.
Visit some of Kelowna’s renowned vineyards. The region is famous for its wines, so take advantage of a guided tour and taste some local wines. Mission Hill and Quails’ Gate wineries are particularly popular.
In the afternoon, explore Myra-Bellevue Provincial Park. You can bike along the famous Kettle Valley Rail Trail, which offers spectacular views of mountains and lakes.
End your day beautifully by watching the sunset at Knox Mountain Provincial Park. You can have a picnic and enjoy one last moment of relaxation surrounded by nature.
The stunning journey from Kelowna to Vancouver is about 400 km through the spectacular landscapes of British Columbia.
Enjoy the Coquihalla Highway to admire majestic mountains, shimmering rivers, and lush forests.
Experience an unforgettable journey of natural beauty on your way to Vancouver.
Take a walk in downtown Vancouver and discover Gastown, an interesting little neighborhood with shops and art galleries. Stroll along Water Street where you can admire the steam clock, which is an iconic tourist attraction in the region.
Explore Canada Place, a symbolic location that hosts world-class events. Visit the historic Chinatown district. Take a tour of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Chinese Garden, one of the most beautiful classical Chinese gardens outside of China. Discover the lively streets of Chinatown with its herbal medicine shops, Asian grocery stores, and delicious restaurants. End the day by taking a walk along English Bay Beach and enjoy the stunning sunset over the Pacific Ocean.
Spend the day exploring Granville Island. Take the Aquabus ferry from downtown Vancouver to Granville Island. Visit the Granville Island Public Market: shops, cafes, a small market, and local artisans.
In the afternoon, give yourself some time to relax in one of Vancouver’s parks, such as Stanley Park or Queen Elizabeth Park (which is the second largest park in the city). Several options for renting electric bikes or scooters are available on site.
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Price calculated on September 22, 2023, for a stay from October 6 to 16, 2023. The dates and components of this travel can be modified as you wish. The hotels and activities are offered as a suggestion and can be modified depending on your needs.
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