Canadian Rockies and Pacific Coast end Vancouver (Summer 2017)
About Vancouver, British Columbia
ADDITIONAL INCLUDED HIGHLIGHTS
- Vancouver: Guided tour, see the totem poles in Stanley Park.
AUTHENTIC REGIONAL FLAVOURS
- Victoria: Dine at Canoe Brewpub for a Highlight Dinner on the waterfront.
- Vancouver: Featuring a west coast inspired menu, dine at Stanley Park Pavillion, overlooking the Stanley Park gardens.
- Lake Louise: A delightful and warming Afternoon Tea is served in the resort before heading to Banff.
- Banff: Choose from a selection of restaurants for your Dine-Around evening.
- Spokane: Dine at Steam Plant Brewing Co. & Pub, nestled among the remaining catwalks, pipes and boilers of a historic Spokane building.
- Quincy: Visit a boutique winery for a behind the cellar doors look and wine tasting.
- Seattle: Head to the waterfront for a Celebration Dinner at Ivar's, aptly referred to as Seattle's King of the Waterfront, to toast your newfound friends.
- Welcome Reception (WD), 13 Full Breakfasts (FB), 2 Lunches (L), 2 Dinners (D) 1 Dine-Around (DA), 3 Highlight Dinners (HD), 1 Afternoon Tea (AT) and 1 Celebration Dinner (CD) On the ms Nieuw Amsterdam* 7 Full Breakfasts (FB), 6 Lunches (L) and 7 Dinners (D)
- Vancouver: A Local Expert shares all of the city highlights in this bustling west coast seaport.
- Victoria: Visit the stunning floral displays at Butchart Gardens.
- The Canadian: Stay aboard VIA Rail's The Canadian, simply one of the world's greatest rail journeys.
- Jasper: Join your Tour Director for an interpretive talk on the trails of Maligne Canyon and cruise the lake.
- Jasper: A local naturalist uncovers the history of local flora and fauna.
- Icefields Parkway: Experience Athabasca Glacier on-board a specially designed Ice Explorer.
- Chateau Lake Louise: Join a heritage tour of the historic hotel followed by afternoon tea.
- Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump: Join a Blackfoot elder and hear fascinating stories about the Plains people.
- Glacier National Park: Board a 'Red Jammer' for a narrated trip with stunning views. Stop and meet a ranger for a guided exploration.
- Lake McDonald: Meet a Glacier National Park ranger who shares the features of the park's largest lake.
- Wallace: Meet an experienced miner and tour a silver mine.
- Seattle: Sightseeing with a Local Expert uncovers all of the city's major sights.
STAY AT THE BEST ADDRESSES
- Spokane: Stay at Washington's grandest hotel, The Historic Davenport Hotel, Autograph Collection, and a landmark in itself. With soaring architecture and a rich history that dates back to 1914, it has earned the reputation as Spokane's grandest hotel.
- Lake McDonald Lodge: You'll enjoy stunning views at the cosy and historic Lake McDonald Lodge located on the western side of the beautiful Glacier National Park.
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