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Rockies Panorama Redleaf 2014

  • Duration: 11 Days
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  • Brochure: USA and Canada 2014
  • Style: Discovery
  • Description: All aboard the Rocky Mountaineer train for a picturesque trip through magnificent British Columbia and Alberta. Arrive in Jasper for spectacular views of the incredible Maligne Canyon and marvel at the massive Athabasca Glacier on the Columbia Icefield. Take in the postcard-perfect view of Surprise Corner in Banff and revel in the extravagant floral exhibits of Butchart Gardens in Victoria with this rich and scenic guided holiday.


On every itinerary, we offer a range of optional excursions that allow you to further enhance your experience should you so choose. These are purchased when you are on your trip, via your Trafalgar Travel Director. Depending on the region visited these can be paid with cash or credit card.

A reduction of 25% of the cost of the Optional Excursions is offered to all children under the age of 16 years at the time of travel. Please Note: This discount to does not apply to North America optionals, as they are already discounted.


    • + HARBOR CRUISE Enjoy a relaxing cruise along Victoria’s historic harbour in a fully enclosed 60 ft catamaran, featuring a 150-gallon touch tank aquarium filled with animals that live in these southern waters. A marine biologist will be on hand to facilitate your discovery of the unique ecosystem. The highlight of the tour will be a true taste of the coast with a sample of half carb with garlic butter. (Minimum: 12 passangers).

    • + VICTORIA WHALE WATCHING EXCURSION Board your vessel to enjoy a three-hour whale-watching expedition in the waters off Victoria. While it can’t be guaranteed in advance which of the abundant marine wildlife you’ll see on your journey, chances are you’ll also spot magnificent bald eagles, porpoises or seals. Spring and summer are the best times of the year to see the resident Orca whales in all their glory. Tour length: 4 hours.


    • + JASPER RAFTING Enjoy a unique perspective of Jasper National Park as you raft down the Athabasca River. This safe, comfortable ride along 10 miles (16 kilometers) of river passes through small sets of rapids and calm stretches for a ride that any first-time rafter will enjoy. Your journey will be narrated by a licensed National Park guide who will point out the natural and human history of Jasper National Park and the famous route that was used by fur traders many years ago. Tour length: 3.5 hours. (Minimum: 6 passengers).


    • + LUNCH AND WINE TASTING Join us for a truly unique Vancouver Experience – lunch and a wine tasting at one of the very few Urban Wineries in Canada. The Winery, which  operates within a historic building in the “Railtown” section of Vancouver, manufactures, packages, imports and distributes wine for multiple brands.  Enjoy a tour of the wine making facilities and see how their wine is distributed in barrels, which are then placed “on-tap” at  numerous local eateries. Tour length: 2.5 hours. (Minimum: 15 passengers)

    • + VANCOUVERS NORTH SHORE ADVENTURE Take part in a mix of adventure, history and culture on this uniquely British Columbia xperience on Vancouver’s North Shore. Start by crossing the famous Lions Gate Bridge to Capilano Canyon, stopping at Capilano Fish Hatchery, deep inside the Canyon. Take a short guided pathway to observe the fish ladder and learn about the amazing life cycle of the salmon. Travel on to the world famous Capilano Suspension Bridge for a guided tour of this remarkable engineering achievement. Learn the history of the area, see the west coast Totem Poles and cross over the suspension bridge itself. You’ll have the chance to walk in the forest canopy with special “skywalks” built to take you into the forest. Watch Native dancers and explore the gift shop before returning to your hotel. Tour length: 3.5 hours. (Minimum: 15 passengers)


    • + OH CANADA EH Take a short drive from Banff to experience “Oh Canada, Eh?!,” a popular two-hour dinner theater featuring all- Canadian music from maritime folk songs to modern pop. Meet the singing Mountie, Hockey Player, Anne of Green Gables, Klondike Kitty and more. While you’re enjoying the show, the performers, dressed in stereotypical and period costumes of Canada, serve you a hearty all-Canadian, family-style meal including French Canadian Pea Soup and salad, choice of entrée and ending with Maple Chocolate Cake. Full of laughs, this musical celebration of Canada will delight audiences of all ages. Tour duration: 3.5 hours. (Minimum: 15 passengers).

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  • * For single travellers purchasing the twin-share option, please note that there is a no smoking policy in all shared rooms. Solo travel is not accepted on guided Family Experiences holidays unless travelling as part of a family group. 
  • ^Twin-share option not available for trips to South America., Costa Rica, Mexico, Alaska, Hawaii or for any holiday & cruise combination, or in Asia and Eastern Mediterranean except Highlights of Turkey (without cruise) & Best of Turkey.

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