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Discover the breathtaking scenery
of Western Canada on this self-drive
itinerary that combines the best sights
of Alberta and British Columbia. Sample
the wine of the Okanagan region, view
the turquoise waters of Lake Louise,
discover the awe-inspiring beauty of the
Rocky Mountains and go in search of
whales along Vancouver Island’s rugged
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Arrive into Vancouver and transfer to the
Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre for a 2-night
Collect your hire car and spend the day at
leisure. Tickets for the Capilano Suspension
Bridge and Grouse Mountain Skyride are
Travel to the Okanagan region, famous for its
vineyards, orchards and varied landscapes.
On arrival in Kelowna, check in to The Cove
Lakeside for 2 nights. (N)
Full-day tour of the local wineries, with the
opportunity to visit up to six wineries. See how
each one differs and sample a selection of
wines with lunch at Mission Hill Winery. (L)
Take the scenic drive to Emerald lake via
Revelstoke, passing waterfalls, towering peaks
and glittering lakes. Stop at Craigellachie,
where the ‘last spike’ was driven to complete
the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1885. Stay 2
nights at Emerald Lake Lodge. (N)
Today is at leisure to enjoy the peaceful
setting of Emerald Lake. Gaze across the
pristine waters, with some of the Rockies’ most
impressive peaks as a backdrop. (N)
Travel alongside the Bow Valley Parkway
and stop at Johnston canyon to view the
waterfalls. Continue to the alpine town of Banff
and stay at Banff Caribou Lodge & Spa for 2
Today is at leisure to explore Banff. A ticket
to ride on the Banff gondola is included;
ride to the summit of Sulphur Mountain for
stunning 360-degree views of the surrounding
Drive along the Icefields Parkway, passing
alpine meadows, snow-capped peaks and
waterfalls. Take time to view the turquoise
waters at Lake Louise and join an Ice Explorer
excursion on the Athabasca glacier. Spend 2
nights at Sawridge Inn, Jasper. (N)
Today is free to explore the spectacular scenery of Jasper National Park, with its serene
lakes, gentle meadows and jagged peaks. (N)
Depart Jasper National Park and travel to Lac
Le Jeune National Park. On this drive you will
see Mount Robson, the highest peak in the
Canadian Rockies, and the snowy peaks of the
Caribou Mountains. Stay overnight at Lac Le
Jeune Resort and enjoy the tranquil wilderness
of this rustic property. (N)
Discover the gold rush town of Cache Creek on
the way to Gold Bridge. Stay 3 nights at Tyax
Wilderness Resort & Spa, set on the shores of
Tyaughton lake. (N)
Days at leisure to take in the fresh mountain
air, look over alpine lakes, hike along trails and
relax at your resort. (N)
Make your way from British Columbia’s
backcountry to the town of Whistler. Spend 2
nights at Hilton Whistler Resort & Spa. (N)
Day at leisure. Take the Peak 2 Peak Gondola and rise up to 2,181 metres above sea level
for stunning views of glaciers, snow-capped
mountains and extinct volcanoes. (N)
Travel along the Sea to Sky Highway and
board a car ferry across the strait to Georgia,
towards Vancouver Island. On arrival, drive to
the Pacific coast through ancient rainforests
and provincial parks to the Pacific Rim National
Park. Stay at Black Rock Oceanfront Resort for
2 nights. (N)
Morning at leisure to hike along the rugged
coastline or wander along Long beach. This
afternoon, join a cruise through Clayoquot
Sound in search of the rich marine life found
in these waters such as orcas, sea lions, grey
whales and porpoises. (N)
Drive to the east side of Vancouver Island and
travel along the coastal road towards Victoria,
British Columbia’s capital. Stay overnight at the
Inn at Laurel Point. (N)
This morning, board a ferry back to the
mainland and drop your hire car at Vancouver airport. Fly home or continue your holiday in
Meal basis: As per itinerary – B: Breakfast,
L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
This tour is based in 3- and 4-star accommodation.
International flights are not included
with this itinerary. For flight options and
prices, please speak to your Cox & Kings travel
For a price quote based on alternative accommodation standards, to discuss flight options or to tailor this itinerary, please call to speak with a Cox & Kings consultant or
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WWC2020: 19 Nights
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