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07 Days - Canadian Rockies

07 Days - Canadian Rockies

An ideal 7 day tour, designed for those looking for a glimpse of Canadian Rockies

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  • Book 8 weeks in advance and get £80 OFF per adult and child


Tour Highlights

  • Flyover Canada

  • Capilano Suspension Bridge

  • Guided City Tour of Vancouver

  • Shannon Falls

  • Blue River Safari

  • Banff Gondola & Sulpher Mountain

  • Columbia Ice Field & Skywalk

  • Lake Louise Chateau

  • Guided City Tour of Calgary

  • Bow Falls

  • Surprice Cornor

  • Calgary Tower


Price Includes

  1. All hotels as mentioned in the itinerary

  2. 6 dinners at Indian restaurant (choice of veg, non veg & jain)

  3. 6 American buffet breakfast


Price Exludes

  1. Lunches

  2. International & Domestic flights  

  3. Visa & Processing Fees

  4. Porterage

  5. $14 mandatory tip per person to be given to the tour director


Day 1


On arrival, come out of the airport and look for shuttle van with Sheraton logo. The shuttle runs every 45 minutes. Board the shuttle and get to the hotel for your check in (Recommended arrival time is before 4pm). At 6pm meet your tour manager. Please note that if your flight is coming in late, you will miss the itinerary scheduled for today. Later, depart for flyover Canada to experience an amazing virtual flight ride in which you will “take off” into a huge domed screen to enjoy a breathtaking flight across Canada’s most spectacular sights. (Please note children must be at least 102cm (40") tall. No refunds for this tour if not meeting height requirements)

Hotel: Sheraton Vancouver Airport or similar


Day 2


After breakfast, proceed to visit the Capilano Bridge and appreciate nature from three breathtaking perspectives - Capilano Suspension Bridge, Treetops Adventure and the exciting new Cliffwalk. Later, visit the Granville Island to see the biggest attraction, Public Market. Here there are endless rows of stalls that feature fresh produce, gourmet foods, baked goods, and seafood. Grab a quick lunch on own. After lunch meet the guide for the Guided City tour of Vancouver. Before dinner enjoy free time for shopping.

Hotel: Sheraton Vancouver Airport or similar

B, D

Day 3

Vancouver - Kamloops

Checkout of the hotel after breakfast and drive towards Kamloops (approximately 4 hours). On arrival visit the Monte Creek Winery to do a wine tasting tour at this award winning Ranch Winery. It is also a part of Kamloops Wine Trail.

Hotel: Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Kamloops or similar

B, D

Day 4

Kamloops - Jasper

Checkout of the hotel after breakfast and drive towards Jasper. Arrive at the Blue River for the River Safari. After a quick lunch on your own, get on your boat. As you are travelling up small rivers, gliding over water only inches deep you are sure to witness a variety of active wildlife always seen on these riverbanks. In addition to an information-pack guides will point out the bears, glaciers and many waterfalls.

Hotel: Marmot Lodge or similar

B, D

Day 5

Jasper - Banff

Checkout of the hotel after breakfast and proceed to drive to Banff (approximately 4 hours). After lunch Visit the Columbia Ice Fields to experience the Ice Explorer, which is an all-terrain vehicle that travels on ice that is 1,200 feet thick. Then experience the awesome Glacier Skywalk. Then after drive towards Lake Louise (approximately an hour). Relax in the famous Chateau Lake Louise or just take a stroll through the grounds breathing in fresh mountain air. Visit Ride the gondola to the top of the Sulphur mountain to experience the bird's eye view of the six mountain range. Witness the breathtaking views in every direction from one of the several observation decks.

Hotel: Coast Canmore Hotel or similar

B, D

Day 6

Banff- Calgary

After breakfast proceed to Calgary (Approximately 90 minutes). Here visit the Heritage Park. Explore the lively historical village in the summer, meet friendly pioneers, ride the authentic steam train, or sip tea on the veranda of the Famous 5 exhibits. Lunch on your own at Heritage park. After lunch meet the guide for the Guided City Tour. Later, depart for Calgary Tower. Experience a spectacular 360° view of the bustling city, the majestic Rocky Mountains, the foothills, and the prairies.

Hotel: Four Points by Sheraton Calgary Airport or similar

B, D

Day 7


Checkout after breakfast before 11 am. Please check with the hotel bell desk for the timings for shuttle to the Airport.


B=Breakfast, D=Dinner

Prices in USD


Tour Code: CANRO

Departure Dates

3 Adult Sharing

2 Adult Sharing

Child 2-11 years

May - 20




Jun - 3, 17




Jul - 1, 15, 29




Aug - 12, 26




Sep - 9




Price per person based on 2/3 adults sharing a room

Child 2 - 11 years must share a room with 2/3 adults

Infants 0 - 23 months price is $490 for a seat in coach only

Single Supplement will be additional $ 570


Country Details





Visa Requirements

Time Zone


Country Code



Canadian Dollars (CAD)

Not for British Citizen


110 - 120V





Best time to visit:


If you’re planning on skiing or enjoying winter sports, the best time to visit Canada is between December and April, though some resorts open as early as November and extend their seasons as late as June (or even July on Whistler’s glacier). If you want to enjoy the great outdoors without the snow, travel between May and September. Be aware however, that if there’s been heavy snowfall during the winter, some high-altitude hiking trails may be closed well into July. May, June and September are typically cheaper than July and August, but you’ll get the best of the weather in the latter two months.


Summer thunderstorms are common throughout Canada. Occasionally, these may become severe. Tornados also occur throughout Canada, with May to September being prime months. The peak season is June and early July in southern Ontario, Alberta, southeastern Quebec, and a band stretching from southern Saskatchewan and Manitoba, through to Thunder Bay. The interior of British Columbia and western New Brunswick are also tornado zones. Earth tremors occur in the western mountains. Forest fires can occur at any time, regardless of the season, particularly in the grasslands and forests of western Canada.


Required clothing:

Note: These general guidelines apply mainly to the settled areas of southern Canada. Travellers heading to northern areas, such as the Yukon, the Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Labrador, should bring warm clothing for all but the summer months (and even in summer, at least a lightweight jacket is advisable). See the individual provinces and territories sections for more details.

December/January/February: Winter temperatures. Winter clothing is necessary (eg overcoat, hat, boots and gloves). Heavy snowfall in most provinces, with Vancouver being the main exception in that it usually rains instead.

March: Moderate temperatures. Winter clothing with some mediumweight clothing.

April: Milder days but the evenings are cool. Mediumweight clothing including a topcoat and umbrella is recommended.

May: Warm days but cool at night. Mediumweight and summer clothing recommended.

June: Warm. Summer clothing with some mediumweight clothing for cool evenings. The weather in June is ideal for travel and all outdoor activities.

July/August: These are the warmest months of the year. Lightweight summer clothing is recommended.

September: Warm days and cool evenings. Light- to mediumweight clothing recommended.

October: Cool, with the first frost in the air.

November: Cool to frosty. Medium- to heavyweight clothing is recommended. First signs of snow.



Currency & Money


Canadian Dollar (CAD; symbol C$) = 100 cents. Notes are in denominations of C$100, 50, 20, 10 and 5. Coins are in denominations of C$2 and 1, and 25, 10, 5 cents. Although the 1c coin (or penny) remains legal tender, as of 2013 it is being phased out of circulation.


Credit cards:

Major credit cards are widely accepted. Use of debit cards is widespread, although many stores impose a C$5 to C$20 minimum per debit card purchase, and service charges may apply.



ATMs are easy to find in populated areas but are less common in remote regions such as rural parts of the Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Labrador. Use a machine affiliated with a major bank to reduce service charges; independent machines in locations such as casinos and convenience stores may carry high charges and do not always accept international cards.

Travellers cheques:


To avoid additional exchange rate charges, travellers are advised to take traveller's cheques in Canadian Dollars; these are negotiable primarily in banks, hotels and tourist facilities. Their use has declined somewhat in recent years as more visitors rely on ATM cards, but travellers should bring at least some emergency currency in traveller's cheques in case their ATM cards do not work.




Weather & climate


Pick up and Drop off points & Times


There are no dedicated pick up points for flight tours. You will have to meet a Star Tours representative directly at Calgary airport.


Foreign Office Travel Advice & Info


For the latest travel advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office click on the link below to get Country specific details


For a full list of the latest travel advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office click here

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