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Awe-inspiring mountains, icefields, wind-rippled prairies and a coastline gashed with fjords; Canada’s western-most provinces of British Columbia and Alberta have some of the world’s most spectacular wilderness.
British Columbia melds this scenic splendour with the sophistication of Vancouver and the old-world charm of its province capital, Victoria. Several magnificent rail and road journeys begin on this western seaboard. The Sea to Sky Highway leads to Whistler through majestic alpine scenery, with the Rocky Mountaineer train taking a similar path. Join the Rocky Mountaineer on another great rail journey passing through canyons and lakes on your way to neighbouring Alberta. Set sail on the Pacific Ocean through the famed Inside Passage or cruise the Discovery Coast. Not only is the landscape magnificent but the land and sea abounds with wildlife, including whales, sea lions, bears and elk. Sublime alpine Lake Louise and mountain resorts, including Banff and Jasper, entice travellers inland to Alberta. Calgary and its famous stampede and Edmonton,
Canada’s festival city, which boasts the world’s largest shopping and entertainment complex, add to its allure. Both provinces are home to many First Nations – Canada’s original inhabitants. Discover their ancient culture by sleeping in a tipi or watching traditional dances. Kayak along routes used by centuries of fur trappers or paddle across tranquil fjords in the company of otters and porpoises.
Ski or snowboard in the morning, play golf or go kayaking in the afternoon, Vancouver’s location between the Pacific Ocean and the Rocky Mountains makes all this possible and also ensures that the city regularly features among the most liveable cities in the world. With Mother Nature on your front doorstep it’s no wonder Vancouver abounds with outdoor activities from sailing to hiking the Grouse Grind Mountain Trail just 20 minutes from the city. But, as British Columbia’s largest city, Vancouver is also a sophisticated centre of arts, shopping and entertainment. Explore farmers markets, exotic Chinatown with its apothecary shops, or spot the stars and smell the coffee on trendy Robson Street.
Market Experience – Head to Granville Island to check out the amazing market. For any self-confessed foodie a chef-guided culinary market tour is a must.
Suspension Bridge – Not for the fainthearted! Cross the 70 metre high bridge and explore the
Treetops Adventure nearby. For an extra thrill take a walk along the structurally amazing Cliffwalk, high above the Capilano River.
Flyover Canada – The best way to see all of Canada without leaving your seat. An amazing 4D experience that will fly you from the East Coast to the West Coast of Canada over all four seasons.
Aquabus – An easy and fun way to head across to Granville Island and the inner part of False Creek and Yaletown.
Stanley Park – So close to the city and a great place to relax and enjoy nature. The flat, paved path around the park is 10 kilometres in length and circles the entire park. Walk, cycle, run or even rollerblade.
Gastown – Experience the charm of historic Vancouver, born in 1867. Visit fashion shops, galleries, restaurants or experience the nightlife. A visit to the food market is well worth it.
Grouse Mountain – Only 20 minutes from downtown Vancouver and a favourite for skiers and snowboarders. In the summer visit the grizzly bear refuge and the viewPOD.
Shopping – There are so many places to shop in Vancouver. For the serious shopper you want Robson and Alberni Streets. Then there is Metrotown, the biggest shopping mall in BC with 500+ shops.
The Stanley Bicycle Tour - This unique tour includes a perfect mixture of both trail riding and seawall cruising. Weave down the pristine forest trails that criss-cross through the park, and learn about the amazing wilderness city. It’s an easy 9-10 kilometre ride on dedicated bike trails at a relaxed pace.
World’s Best Food Truck Tour - The most mindblowing lunch experience foodies will ever have – five courses, seven tastings and nine stories. Drool over delicious Berkshire pork terimayo, butter chicken naan kebab, hot smoked wild salmon sandwich, fried rice balls, topped off with a chocolate Diablo cookie.
Panorama Classic Air Tour The exhilarating spray of the water is a highlight during takeoff and landing on this introduction to seaplane aviation. Departing from downtown Vancouver’s bustling Coal Harbour, enjoy a complete aerial tour of the city and surrounding mountains.
Granville Island Market Tour
Join some of the province’s top chefs for a guided market experience. A small group of food lovers will eat their way through the distinct areas and learn from the professionals on where to shop, what ingredients to buy and most importantly, what to do with them.
Whistler with Peak 2 Peak Gondola
Enjoy breath taking views along the thrilling Sea to Sky Highway and spend the afternoon experiencing the beauty of Whistler Village and the alpine environment. Take the Peak 2 Peak Gondola high above Whistle where you’ll have unbelievable views of glaciers, snow-capped peaks and more.
Advertised airfares are per adult and are based on a return fare in economy class on specified airline • Prices include ticket taxes & surcharges based on most direct routing with no stopovers and are correct as at time of loading, but may fluctuate depending on exchange rates • From Auckland a Prepaid Passenger Service Fee of $14 per person is included in the package price – this replaces the New Zealand Departure fee of $25 per adult. • On/after 01 Jul 10 all direct international departures from Christchurch will include a NZD $25 departure tax this is additional to the advertised prices above. • Fares are exclusive of departure fees from other airports • Prices exclude a House of Travel booking fee of $24.95 per person • Flight & routing restrictions apply • Sales end as specified above • Travel as specified above. • Full payment is required upon purchase • Min/max stays apply • Capacity is limited and may not be available on all services • Prices shown are for online bookings only.
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