Western Canada's Rockies, Lakes & Wine Country with Collette

    New Canadian Tour | 9-Days | Calgary to Vancouver | Offer expires May 29, 2021

    Western Canada's Rockies, Lakes & Wine Country

    Price: $3,999 CAD (Twin Rate) or $5,149 (Solo Rate)
    (based on per person, land only and on selected departure date. Tour inclusions and available options may vary.)
    Departure date: May 29, 2021

    Photo: Okanagan Valley, British Columbia 


    • Calgary
    • Albertan BBQ
    • Banff
    • Bow Falls
    • Lake Louise
    • Revelstoke Railway Museum
    • Okanagan Valley
    • Vineyard Dinner and Wine Tasting
    • Vancouver
    • Stanley Park
    • Granville Island

    Western Canada's Rockies, Lakes & Wine Country Itinerary

    Day 1: Calgary, Alberta - Tour Begins

    The vast unspoiled wilderness of the Canadian Rockies awaits you. Get ready to behold sky-high peaks and tranquil lakes, wine country and engaging cultures. Your tour begins in Calgary, a cosmopolitan city with strong western roots and ties to its cattle ranching past.

    Photo: Downtown Calgary at sunset during summertime

    Day 2: Calgary - Banff

    Discover the cowboy spirit of Western Canada with a stop at a local ranch for a line dance lesson and a wagon ride in search of buffalo. With soaring peaks serving as your backdrop, sit down for a traditional Albertan barbecue lunch. Continue on to Banff, where you’ll have an evening to yourself to explore what this charming mountain town has to offer. 


    Day 3: Banff

    A scenic drive through Banff reveals powerful Bow Falls and picture-perfect Surprise Corner. Learn about Banff National Park at Cave and Basin National Historic Site, where a short tunnel brings you to the hot springs that sparked the creation of Canada’s first national park. You’ll then meet with a local ammolite specialist to learn about this rare colourful version of the gemstone found only in Alberta. Enjoy some free time to explore downtown Banff this afternoon, or opt for a thrilling helicopter tour up to Mt. Assiniboine. Tonight, meet up with your travel companions for dinner at a local restaurant. 


    Day 4: Banff - Lake Louise - Revelstoke, British Columbia

    The famous glacier-fed, turquoise waters of Lake Louise are yours for admiring this morning. Perhaps you’ll hike along the lakeshore or simply relax in the majesty of your surroundings. Enjoy lunch at the Ski Lake Louise Lodge before boarding the mountain gondola,* which offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and Lake Louise from an elevation of more than 6,800 feet (2,088 meters). The stunning scenery continues on your way to the ski town of Revelstoke, where you’ll pass through Yoho, Glacier & Revelstoke National Park. 


    Day 5: Revelstoke - Kelowna 

    All aboard for a visit to the Revelstoke Railway Museum – an interactive museum that connects you to the history of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Continue on to fertile lands of the Okanagan Valley, British Columbia’s most celebrated wine region. Taste the sweet fruits of the land with a visit to an Okanagan orchard, where you’ll meet up with a local farmer for a tour and a tasting of their seasonal produce. Arrive in Kelowna where you’ll settle in for a 2-night stay by waters of Lake Okanagan. 


    Photo: View of Okanagan Lake through a vineyard on a hillside near Kelowna, British Columbia

    Day 6: Kelowna 

    This morning, it’s your choice! Learn the hidden history of Kelowna during a city walking tour with a local guide, uncovering the legend behind Kelowna’s namesake, revisiting a turn-of-the-century love story for the ages, learning the entertaining history of the Kelowna Regatta and more -OR- join an indigenous First Nation knowledge keeper for a sensory walking tour on ancestral lands, revealing deeply rooted traditions and pointing out various medicinal plants. This afternoon is yours to explore downtown Kelowna before travelling to a local vineyard for a tour, tasting, and dinner. 


    Day 7: Kelowna - Vancouver

    Head west for the dynamic seaport city of Vancouver. This diverse city features incredible food and a thriving arts scene, surrounded by the North Shore Mountains. This evening is yours to taste your way around the city and get to know your new destination. Perhaps you’ll join an optional Chinatown tour with a local Chinese Canadian who will guide you around the neighbourhood’s iconic landmarks and herbal stores all while sharing the history of their community. End this tour with a traditional roasted Peking duck dinner. 


    Day 8: Vancouver

    A city tour of Vancouver begins this morning at beautiful Stanley Park, Canada’s renowned urban rainforest. Continue onto Chinatown and Gastown – a turn-of-the-century neighbourhood comprised of pubs, art galleries, boutiques, and a world-famous steam-powered clock. Spend the evening on Granville Island, exploring this artistic hub full of unique markets before toasting to the end of your journey at a local restaurant. 


    Photo: Stanley Park Totem, British Columbia

    Day 9: Vancouver - Tour Ends

    Your tour through Western Canada comes to a close today.


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    Terms And Conditions

    Land rates are on a per person, double occupancy basis. Availability of departures at the prices noted is limited. Government taxes and fees are additional. For current prices, please contact your travel advisor. Land rates are guaranteed at the time that the deposit is received by Collette. Air rates (including fuel surcharges) will be protected against rate changes when you have paid in full within 11-months prior to departure. Certain local taxes, charges and/or fees are to be paid upon exiting the country in local currencies. Such local taxes, charges and/or fees are not included in the total price. Please refer to the appropriate tour itinerary for details. The well-being of our guests and employees is our top priority. Collette monitors guidance provided by the World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control (CDC), U.S. Department of State, and other public and private organizations on a daily basis to ensure we are operating within the most up-to-date guidelines. Collette has recently updated their on-tour protocols in keeping with new guidelines established by the CDC for vaccinated persons and those that have recovered from COVID-19. Please read the following information carefully. Please bring proof of vaccination, proof of recovery from COVID-19 or a negative test result for a test performed 72-hours or less from the start date of the tour with you on tour to verify information you will be providing to Collette when filling out the Wellness Declaration upon arrival. • Proof of vaccination against COVID-19 is your official vaccination certificate (electronic or paper) and must identify your name, date and time of vaccination with final dose given at least 14-days before the start date of your tour. • Proof of recovery from COVID-19 would include both a copy of a positive test result dated within 3 months prior to the end of your tour and also written documentation from your health care provider that you have been cleared to end quarantine. This written documentation must include your name and the date your positive test was performed. • Proof of Negative Covid-19 Test would include a verifiable negative FDA Approved diagnostic COVID test (electronic or paper) showing date and time of test, taken within 72 hours of the start date of your tour.

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