DAY 01: CALGARY
Arrive at Calgary International Airport and after clearing immigration, proceed to check in at Hotel. At the foot of the awe – inspiring Rocky Mountains glitter the impressive skyscrapers of downtown of Calgary – a city where visitors and locals alike enjoy a vibrantly diverse to compliment the most discriminating palate. Calgary, a cosmopolitan Alberta city with numerous skyscrapers, owes its rapid growth to its status as the centre of Canada’s oil industry. Overnight at Calgary.
DAY 02: CALGARY – BANFF AREA (128 KMS – 2 HRS APPX)
After breakfast, enjoy orientation city tour of the picturesque city of Calgary including the outside view of the Heritage Park, the site of the 1988 Winter Olympics and Calgary Tower from Outside. The highlight of the tour is the world-famous Stampede Stadium, Fort Calgary – the place where Calgary city originated. Later, proceed for Banff which is the largest town in Rockies, surrounded by Mountains and hot springs. It lies nestled along the banks of the bow river in the heart of Rocky Mountain. Arrive Banff Area and proceed to orientation Tour which includes Bow falls, Tunnel Mountain to view the magnificent Surprise Corner, Two Jack Lake & Lake Minnewanka which is artificially raised two times and Gondola Ride to the top of 7,500 ft. Sulphur Mountain. Later check in the Hotel. Evening, free to explore the beautiful town of Banff or else can enjoy walking on Banff Main Avenue. Overnight at Banff.
DAY 03: BANFF – LAKE LOUISE – BANFF (55 KMS – 1 HR APPX ONE WAY)
After breakfast, proceed for Lake Louise. Lake Louise was named after Princess Louise Carolina Alberta, fourth daughter of Queen Victoria. It is also called the Emerald Lake of Canadian Rockies. Enroute we visit Johnston Canyon. Certainly, an area that shows the power of nature and time – rushing water carves a path through the limestone canyon and potholes form over the years from plunging waterfalls. This is one of the most popular hikes in Banff National Park. Later we return to Banff. Overnight at Banff.
DAY 04: BANFF – COLUMBIA ICE FIELDS – JASPER (233 KM/Appx 5½ Hrs)
After breakfast, depart for Jasper. Enroute enjoy the journey along The Ice Fields Parkway, one of the world’s most scenic mountain roadways. This is the route to over one hundred visible glaciers, turquoise lakes and rushing waterfalls. The highlight of this tour is a stop at the Columbia Ice Field for the Glacier Experience and Glacier Skywalk. 80-minute journey of Glacier Experience is led by an experienced driver-guide, who shares a wealth of fascinating information about glaciers, ice fields and their impact on our environment. Enjoy this once in a life time opportunity to step out onto the glacier and stand on a powerful ancient 1000-foot deep Athabasca Glacier. In the afternoon, continue through Sunwapta Valley past Tangle Falls and the Stutfield Glacier on Mount Kitchener. Take a stroll around Athabasca Falls before your late afternoon arrival into Jasper. Check in at Hotel. Overnight at Jasper.
DAY 05: JASPER – KAMLOOPS (499 KMS – APPX 6 HRS)
After breakfast, explores the charming town site of Jasper that developed from “Jasper House” former settlement of three log supply houses for rocky mountain voyagers. Jasper National Park is a World Heritage Site and is one of Canada’s largest and northerly national parks. Highlights of your tour includes the beautiful Maligne Canyon, with its limestone walls falling a stunning 50 meters, Maligne Lake, Pyramid and Patricia Lakes. Later, proceed to Kamloops. Welcome to BC’s Friendliest city and Canada’s tournament Capital! Blending energizing recreational opportunities with a culture of warm, welcoming people, Kamloops is amazing place for any visitor to let loose and just play. Kamloops has literally thousands of lakes and spectacular landscapes and endless blue skies, making it worthy top spot of any vacation. Check in the Hotel. Overnight at Kamloops.
DAY 06: KAMLOOPS – WHISTLER (299 KMS – APPX 4.30 HRS)
After breakfast, proceed to Whistler. The ultimate destination for ski lovers. It is famous for its breathtaking slopes and for the world ski competition held during winter. Whistler’s international reputation was further enhanced as the Host Mountain Resort for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Legacies of the Games include the Whistler Sliding Centre and Whistler Olympic Park, the Athletes’ Village housing complex and Whistler Olympic Plaza—a gathering place and live music and theatre facility. Over two Million people visit Whistler every year. Check in at Hotel. Overnight at Whistler.
DAY 07: WHISTLER
After breakfast, we visit the Whistler Blackcomb. The Peak 2 Peak Gondola is a tri-cable gondola lift located in Whistler that links Whistler Mountain’s Roundhouse Lodge with Blackcomb Mountain’s Rendezvous Restaurant. It is the first lift to join the two side-by-side mountains. From the ancient volcanic peaks with their 360 degree views, to the vibrant and sophisticated village with its incredible vibe, Whistler Blackcomb has summer covered from top to bottom. Overnight at Whistler.
DAY 08: WHISTLER – VANCOUVER (120 KMS – APPX 1.30 HRS)
After breakfast, proceed to Vancouver, a costal seaport city in mainland of British Columbia. The city has more than 6,40,000 people, making it eight largest among Canadian cities, and the most densely populated Canadian city of over 25,000 residents with 5039 people per square kilometer in 2006. Enroute take a photo stop at the Shannon Falls which is the third highest (335 mt) Waterfall in British Columbia. Later, proceed to Visit the famous Capilano Suspension Bridge in North Vancouver. Enjoy the walk on the bridge which is 140 mt long and the 70 mt above Capilano river. Also, check out the thrilling Cliff Walk and Treetop Adventure. Travel over the impressive Lion’s Gate Bridge through Vancouver’s North Shore and check-in to your hotel. Overnight at Vancouver.
DAY 09: VANCOUVER
After breakfast, check out Vancouver’s newest attraction, Fly Over Canada. You will hang suspended, feet dangling, immersed in a huge 20m spherical screen while the 8-min film takes you on a thrilling journey from East to West across Canada. This state-of-the-art technology to bring you some of Canada’s most thrilling sights like you have never seen before. After lunch, visit the famous Stanley Park which is a 1,001-acre public park that borders the downtown of Vancouver and is almost surrounded by waters of the Pacific Ocean. The park has a long history and was one of the first areas to be explored in the city. Also, visit Chinatown, Gas town, BC Place, Canada Place etc. Overnight at Vancouver.
DAY 10: VANCOUVER – VICTORIA – VANCOUVER (FULL DAY TOUR)
After breakfast, leave for the ferry terminal to board your ferry to Victoria, the capitol of British Columbia. Victoria is a unique blend of old world charm and new world experiences. As an island destination, Victoria offers visitors an escape from the hurried world and beams with ambiance. In Victoria, heritage architecture and colourful gardens. Proceed for visit to World Famous Butchart Gardens. Later, enjoy at the Harbour Front and visit the Parliament. Return to the Hotel. Overnight at Vancouver.
DAY 11: VANCOUVER – ALASKA CRUISE/HOME DESTINATION
After Breakfast, we depart for Vancouver Cruise Terminal to board the Holland America Alaska Cruise or we drop you to the Airport for your next destination.
DAY 18: VANCOUVER AIRPORT
After breakfast, we pick up from Vancouver Pier and drop off at the Vancouver Airport for your flight back to your home destination.
Tour ends with sweet memories
Fixed Departure Dates 2019:
Adult: $3,200.00 CAD + Cruise
Child: $2,600.00 CAD (2-12 Years) + Cruise
TOUR COST INCLUDES:
TOUR COST INCLUDES:
- Accommodation in 3/4-star hotel on twin sharing basis.
- All mentioned sightseeing as per the itinerary
- Ground transportation in air conditioned Coach.
- All Meals (Breakfast at Hotel). Lunches & Dinner prepared by Our chef for group of 20 and above.
- All GST & PST of Canada.
- Services of Indian Tour Manager for group of 20 and above.
DOES NOT INCLUDE:
- Any Airfare
- Visa fees
- Any item not mentioned in the include column like meals, drinks, mineral water, Insurance, expenses of personnel nature
- Porterage & Tips
- Travel Insurance
Optional Tours: (The rates are per Adults and are based on availability and are subject to change)
White water rafting in Jasper in the afternoon – CAD$80.00
Float Plane from Whistler to Vancouver – One Way – CAD$204.00
Zip Trekking in Whistler – CAD$100.00
Bear Tours – CAD$159.00, Eagle Tours – CAD$129.00
Bungy Jumping in Whistler – CAD$180.00
The rates are subject to change and are based on availability.
- Pick up from Calgary airport on the day of arrival. Drop to the Vancouver airport.
- Company reserves the right to change the hotel, schedule & departure dates without any prior notice.
- We accept credit card payments. However, there is a service fee of 5% on each transaction amount.
Company reserves the right to change the hotel, schedule & departure dates without any prior notice.
If the group consists of less than 20 passengers, then there will be additional Surcharges.
Please carry a photocopy of your passport and two passport size photographs in case of an Emergency.
Carry: normal clothes, one woolen cloth, camera, cap, sun glass, personnel medicines, Travel insurance, one formal dress or suit for formal dinner on cruise, a pair of leather shoes for evening dinner, toilet accessories.
Rooms: Two to share a room. Single supplement applies where Applicable, children below 12 years will share parent’s room without extra bed.
In case the visas are rejected visas charges and ticket cancellation charged would apply. Issuance of Visa is solely in the hands if Consulate.
The exchange rate is calculated as per current market rates. The exchange rate of corresponding day of the payment will be applicable
Each person is allowed to take 20 Kgs (1 suitcase per person is permitted on coach) any extra piece of baggage will be charged at CAD$150 per piece. Do tag your luggage with your nametag that includes address and phone number. It is prudent to leave a copy of your passport and an itinerary at home with a family member.
All booking are taken understanding that You accept these terms and conditions. Cute Holidays organizes services like hotel accommodation, transfers, sightseeing tours and cruise bookings. We being travel organizers only, we do not control or Operate any Airline, neither do we own or control or operate any shipping company, coach company, hotel, transport or any other service mentioned in this brochure. Though we take care in selecting all the necessary agencies for your vacation, we have no control in running them. Hence, we cannot be held responsible for any injury, death, loss or damage, or deficiency in services which is caused by the act or default of management or employees of an independent contractor arising outside our normal selection and inspection process.
Booking and Payment:
A non refundable and interest free deposit of CAD $1,000.00 is paid at the time of registration. The land portion balance amount should be made payable 60 days from the commencement of the tour. If the balance amount is not paid within 60days the tour stands automatically cancelled and the amount non-refundable. The cruise deposit is payable at the time of the booking and the full payment is payable in before the Final payment date of the cruise liner. The registration amount is non-adjustable against any other tour or service.
Change of Pricing:
Though all efforts would be made to maintain the cost given, Price structure may change in event of a change in government policies, change in the Tax Structure or Fuel Hike or any hike which may come in effect with 01 Jan. 2015. This difference would have to be borne by the passenger.
Cute Holidays is not liable or responsible for any damages, loss, injury accident, death, delay, breakdown or irregularity that may occur in carrying out the tour arrangement. In event of a passenger falling Ill or suffering any accident during the journey, all hospital expenses, doctor fees, repatriation expenses, and other charges incurred as a direct or indirect result of his / her illness / accident are the responsibility of the passenger. Management reserves the right to claim any additional expenses due to delay or changes in train, air plane, bus ship or other services, weather conditions, strikes, war, quarantine or any other cause whatsoever all such loss or expenses must be borne by the passenger.
Cancellation charges are as under:
Period Cancellation AmounT
90 days & above Deposit amount
90 – 60 Days 25% of the tour cost
60 – 30 Days 50% of the tour cost
30 – 0 Days No refund