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Our team is focused on offering the best-guided tours in Western Canada. Get ready to discover fascinating places, share experiences with new friends and enjoy our country to the extreme.

Our team is focused on offering the best-guided tours in Western Canada. Get ready to discover fascinating places, share experiences with new friends and enjoy our country to the extreme.

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Itinerary

  • Day 1 Vancouver- Fraser Valley- Okanagan Valley
    • 8:00 am - 1:45 pm

      Vancouver- Fraser Valley- Okanagan Valley

      It’s an early start this morning. You will need to arrive at Canada Place at 7:00 am for a 7:15 am departure. Please don’t be late as we will not wait for you to arrive. As you leave Metro Vancouver and travel through the Fraser Valley, you will be greeted with some of the most beautiful sights of the coastal rainforest. The area is steeped in history, the famous annual salmon runs up the Fraser River and give the river and valley a huge importance to the logging industry.

      You will then cross from the coastal mountain range into the Okanagan Valley, Canada’s desert region, famous for its wine and fruit farms.

  • Day 2 Revelstoke- Lake Louise- Emerald Lake or Lake Moraine
    • 7:00 am - 3:30 pm

      Revelstoke- Lake Louise- Emerald Lake or Lake Moraine

      You will depart Revelstoke and begin the journey to Banff as a final destination of the day. But there is so much to see on the way that you will be blown away. Today is the lake day. Before reaching the first lake, you will travel through the historic Roger’s Pass. From here you will move onto Lake Louise, one of the most famous lakes in the world. The sight of the turquoise lake, complete with a backdrop of a glacier between the valley, is something that you will remember for the rest of your life.

      Afterwards, you make a quick stop to get lunch between 12- 1 pm.

      You will then travel onto either Emerald Lake or Lake Moraine, depending on the weather conditions. Here you will be able to rent a canoe and see parts of the lake that are inaccessible by foot.

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Leaving from Vancouver

Vancouver is a city on the seashore of Canada, it is located on the Southeastern part of British Columbia. It got its name honoring the Captain George Vancouver, a British explorer. Vancouver is a unique place where it is possible to ski, play golf, and go on a yacht, all on the same day.

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