Join Country Travel DISCOVERIES to enjoy the nature, national parks, great cities and scenic wildernesses of Canada.
In 2017, we'll celebrate Canada's Sesquicentennial by visiting treasures and meeting locals across several Provinces, including the Yukon Territory, Alberta, British Columbia, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and "the birthplace of the Confederation," tiny Prince Edward Island.
Join us to discover why Lonely Planet calls Canada "the #1 Country to Visit in 2017"!
$400 CREDIT BEFORE
NEW FOR 2017
9 Days • 8 Nights • 15 Meals
Sep 3-11 Guaranteed Departure
Depart/Return: Calgary, AB/Vancouver, BC
Price Per Person: Double: $4,997; Single: $5,935
Pre-Tour Hotel, Calgary: $128/night
Post-Tour Hotel, Vancouver: Call for Information
About the Tour
From Calgary to Vancouver Island, some of the world’s most spectacular scenery is only a part of what makes this an extraordinary trip. Aboard the Rocky Mountaineer’s luxurious Gold Leaf rail service, we’re transported through the panoramic Canadian Rockies and magnificent British Columbia to the Pacific Coast. From the exciting and incredibly “green” world city of Vancouver, ferry to Vancouver Island for two evenings in the stately “garden city” of Victoria. Mountains, waterfalls, lakes, oceans, gorges, canyons and UNESCO World Heritage sites are just some of the amazing experiences greeting us around every corner on this super-inclusive, once-in-a-lifetime trip -- perfectly timed to commemorate Canada's Sesquicentennial Year!
8 Days • 7 Nights • 13 Meals
Jul 14-21 Sold Out | Jul 23-30 Limited!
Jul 28-Aug 4 Sold Out | Aug 11-18 Sold Out
Depart/Return: Halifax, NS
Price Per Person: Double: $2,277; Single: $2,695
Pre/Post-Tour Hotel: $158/night for Jul 14, 28 & Aug 11 tours; $198 for Jul 23-30 post-tour rooms. Stay an extra day or two for the Tall Ships Festival!
About the Tour
From rugged cliffs and sandy beaches to wildlife-filled bays and peaceful coves, Nova Scotia’s beauty beckons. Travel the Cabot Trail, among the world’s most scenic drives; see picturesque Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse, and experience the well-preserved colonial heritage of Old Town Lunenberg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In New Brunswick, discover the dynamic tides of Hopewell Rocks and the Bay of Fundy. You’ll also roam gorgeous Prince Edward Island, home of Anne of Green Gables. A truly stunning coastal discovery and a perfect way to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the Canadian Federation!
SAVE $200/PERSON BEFORE 3/31/17
14 Days • 13 Nights • 25 Meals
Jul 18-31 SOLD OUT | Aug 1-14 | Aug 15-28
Depart/Return: Seattle, WA
Price Per Person: Double: From $3,477*; Single: From $5,875*
Pre/Post-Tour Hotel: $178/night
(*Prices vary based upon date and stateroom category – Inside, Outside or Verandah – selected for cruise portion of this vacation package.)
About the Tour
Come strike “gold”—golden memories to last a lifetime! Cruise pristine waterways…travel amid magnificent glaciers and mountain peaks…and relive the exciting days of the Gold Rush. Sail the beautiful Inside Passage aboard Holland America’s gorgeous ms Volendam, a scenic coastal route passing the islands of British Columbia, north to Alaska’s panhandle. Climb the captivating White Pass Trail on an old-fashioned narrow-gauge train, then ride an Explorer Coach™ into Canada’s majestic Yukon Territory and visit the capital, Whitehorse. Travel the Klondike Highway to the Gold Rush town of Dawson before flying to Fairbanks, where you may on some departures experience magical days of 22-hour daylight. Explore famed Denali, then watch for whales, birds and sea otters or even a tidewater glacier calving on a full-day cruise around Resurrection Bay and Kenai Fjords National Park—a thrilling conclusion to this discovery of frontier history and natural splendor in the land of the midnight sun!
7 Days • 6 Nights • 11 Meals
Jul 19-25 | Aug 9-15 | Aug 23-29
Depart/Return: Calgary, AB
Price Per Person: Double: $1,727; Single: $2,265
Pre/Post-Tour Hotel: $128/night
About the Tour
Revel in the stunning mountain vistas and crystal-clear lakes of the Canadian Rockies as the country celebrates its Sesquicentennial Year! Travel through four National Parks and several UNESCO World Heritage Sites including Alberta's Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump. See powerful waterfalls, emerald lakes, gorgeous meadows and snow-capped peaks, and travel back in time to Gold Rush days. The scenery is magnificent on this relaxing journey along the Continental Divide as you visit Canada's Banff, Kootenay and Waterton Lakes National Parks (Fodor's "Go List" 2017), plus Montana's famous Glacier National Park. Don't miss it!