Discover Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, Emerald Lake and Peyto Lake.
Your guided trip starts from Banff National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Enjoy one of the most famous “world-class” parkway, Icefield parkway, to the Columbia Icefield.
Join the unique experience [Glacier Explorer (Snowcoach)] onto Athabasca Glacier.
Yoho National Park, “rock walls and waterfalls,” as an expression of wonder and awe, it can roughly be translated as, “Wow!”
|Day1||Vancouver - Kamloops: Begin Your Journey|
|Day2||Kamloops - Banff : Awaken your senses|
|Day3||Banff National Parks-Sulphur Mt.-Johnston Canyon-Banff|
|Day4||Lake Louise-Moraine Lake-Yoho National Park-Emerald Lake-Natural Bridge-Banff|
|Day5||Bow Lake-Columbia Icefield-Calgary|
1.Transportation: Air-conditioned vehicle; Train ticket from Vancouver to Banff
2.Transfer Service: Pick-up and Drop-off service during designated times.
3.Tour Guide: Bilingual Tour Guide (English and Mandarin)
4.Accommodation: Hotel listed in the itinerary, standard room
5.GST (Goods and Services Tax)
6.NOTE: The sequence of itineraries are subject to change without prior notice
1.Driver/Tour Guide gratuity C$10/pp/day; airport pick up C$4/pp
3.Tickets/fees for optional activities mentioned in the itinerary
5.Private consumption, such as but not limited to: laundry, telephone, food/drinks, shopping, paid television, etc.
6.Additional costs due to force majeure such as travel delays, wars, coups, strikes, weather, aircraft machine failures, flight cancellations or schedule changes
The following conditions apply to cancellations and changes:
- Reduce the number of participants on the same booking
- Cancel the entire booking
- Change the itinerary
- Change the departure date but keep the same itinerary
1. Within 45 days of departure, there will be no refunds for changes or cancellations of an entire booking (including but not limited to: activities, meals, tickets, pre-paid items, and accommodations in the itinerary).
2. You will be charged 30% of tour fee for cancellations or modifications made more than or 46 days before departure (Refundable for activities and catering).
The following conditions apply to booking modifications:
- Increase the number of travelers in the itinerary（Depending on resource availability corresponding to the itinerary dates）
- Modify the name of a traveler participating in the itinerary.
Guests travelling on Rocky Mountaineer are limited to two checked pieces of luggage per person. Total checked luggage weight per person is not to exceed 30 kg (66 lb.). Each piece of luggage must have an identification tag attached to it that includes name, return address, and telephone number. Oversized items, e.g., sports equipment, may be subject to a surcharge.
Westar and Partner Rocky Mountaineer will not be responsible for the performance of this Agreement if prevented or delayed by acts of God, strikes or other labour relations matters, accidents, weather, traffic, airport conditions, lack of performance by third-party suppliers, or other causes beyond their reasonable control from meeting its terms. Nor will they be responsible for any loss or damage relating to train cancellations or any other cancellations.
North America toll free No.: 1-855-201-8525；China Hotline (Free) 400-113-3813.
v In the Rocky Mountain Scenic Area, the temperature difference between morning and evening is the largest. The average temperature in summer is 25°C during the day and 15~18°C at night. Please prepare suitable luggage.
v The Rocky Mountains have plenty of sunshine in summer and strong ultraviolet rays, so please prepare sunscreen products; the climate in this area is dry, and body lotion is also one of the must-haves in travel.
v In the Rocky Mountain Scenic Area, wild animals are often encountered, and feeding is prohibited; in case of large animals, it is forbidden to get off the car and watch.
v Smoking is strictly prohibited in the hotel rooms throughout the journey. Violations will result in a fine of $300 or more.
v Most of the hotels in the Rocky Mountains have 3-4 floors of wooden structures, and some hotels do not have elevators.
v It is strongly recommended not to smoke in the National Park! Please smoke in permitted areas and do not throw cigarette butts.
v For environmental protection, hotels in the Rocky Mountain area do not provide toothpaste, toothbrushes, slippers, combs; only shower gel, shampoo, conditioner and soap are provided.
v According to North American living habits, most hotel rooms are not equipped with kettles. If you need hot water, please ask the hotel front desk for assistance; if there is no kettle provided, use the coffee machine to boil water correctly.
v "Hot (boiling water)" drinking water is not available in the scenic spot, if necessary, please prepare it yourself before departure from the hotel.
v The voltage in Canada is 110V, and the socket is a three-hole plug: the top one is round and the bottom two are parallel and flat.
v Don't forget to bring your camera and smile.
Don't forget to bring your camera and smile.