ROCKY MOUNTAINEER RAIL COACH DELUXE 5 DAYS
Vancouver,Kelowna,Banff National Park,Icefield,Lake Louise,Jasper National Park,Kamloops
Duration : 5 Day | Departure : Vancouver | Destination : Vancouver
★★One night stay in premium hotel Prestige Salmon Arm Resort(subject to hotel availability). Two nights stay in Town of Banff, the heart of the Rockies.
★★Thorough meal plan include a lunch at Chateau Lake Louise!
Tour Highlights
★One night stay in premium hotel Prestige Salmon Arm Resort(subject to hotel availability). Two nights stay in Town of Banff, the heart of the Rockies.
★Thorough meal plan include a lunch at Chateau Lake Louise!
Itinerary
Day 1: Vancouver-Kelowna-L.Okanagan-Winery-Salmon Arm/Revelstoke
(Meals: L/D)

Start our journey via the Trans-Canada Highway and head east to Kelowna, the home to world-class wineries. At Lake Okanagan, search for the lake monster “Ogopogo” from the First Nations’ history. Enjoy wine tasting at the certified organic winery. Overnight in Salmon Arm or Revelstoke.
Vancouver
L.Okanagan
Hotel Prestige Harbourfront Resort / Comfort Inn Salmon Arm / Sandman Revelstoke or similar
Day 2: Salmon Arm/Revelstoke-Banff National Park-Gondola-Bow Falls-Town of Banff
(Meals: B/L/D)

Arrive at Canada’s oldest National Park- Banff via Rogers Pass and Yoho National Park. An eye-opening Gondola Ride (adm) will captivate you with the majestic views of the Rocky Mountains. Passing by Vermilion Lakes, visit Bow Falls. Stroll along Banff Avenue where you will find art galleries and boutiques shops.
Banff National Park
Hotel Elk+Avenue or similar Optional upgrade to Fairmont room or exclusively to Lakeview room at Chateau Lake Louise, transfer to hotel after dinner)
Day 3: Lake Louise-Bow Lake-Jasper National Park-Icefield-Glacier Skywalk-Town of Banff
(Meals: L)

After passing by Castle Mountain, explore Lake Louise, a combination of unspoiled wilderness, beautiful chateau, and snow-capped mountains along the dazzling turqoise lake. Passing by Crowfoot Glacier and Bow Lake, start your glacier adventure at the Columbia Icefield in Jasper National Park that includes Ice Explorer (adm) and Glacier Skywalk (adm). Transfer back to Banff in the evening.
Lake Louise
Icefield
Hotel Elk+Avenue or similar
Day 4: Banff-Rocky Mountaineer-Spiral Tunnels-Kicking Horse Canyon-Kamloops
(Meals: B/L)

Meet at hotel lobby in the morning. Head to the train station and board on the Rocky Mountaineer going to Kamloops. Highlights of the day include the Continental Divide, Spiral Tunnels, Kicking Horse Canyon, Rogers Pass and the Last Spike of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Overnight in Kamloops.
Rocky Mountaineer
Kamloops
Hotel Kamloops Hotel
Day 5: Kamloops-Rocky Mountaineer-Hell’s Gate-Fraser Valley-Vancouver
(Meals: B/L)

Gather at hotel lobby, and continue journey westwards. On today’s journey, witness dramatic changes of the scenery: from desert-like environment, through winding rivers and pristine forests, to the Coast and green fields of the Fraser Valley. Highlights include steep slopes and rock sheds along Thompson River and rushing waters of Hell’s Gate in the Fraser Canyon. Self dismiss upon arrival in Vancouver early evening.
Hell’s Gate
Vancouver
Pricing
Price(CAD) Single Twin 3rd/4th Child(2-11 yrs)
Gold Leaf $4389.00 $3649.00 $3049.00 $2889.00
Silver Leaf $3669.00 $2939.00 $2339.00 $2179.00
Upgrade Chateau Lake Louise(CAD) Lakeview room $420.00 $210.00 $150.00 $150.00
Upgrade Chateau Lake Louise(CAD) Fairmont room $300.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00
Other fee
Admission (Must prepaid): Adult$143 Child(6-15yrs) $75
Include National Park, Gondola, Ice Explorer & Skywalk
Meal Plan (6 Meals): Adult$169 Child(2-11yrs) $116
Include a lunch at Chateau Lake Louise
Departure Dates
4/21 – 4/30
Sun
5/1 – 5/31; 7/1 – 9/30
Mon, Thu & Sun
6/1 – 6/30; 10/1 – 10/10
Thu & Sun
Pickup Points
06:20 Coquitlam Anson Plaza 3027 Anson Ave
06:45 Chinatown Chinese Cultural Centre 50 E. Pender St
07:00 Vancouver Oakridge Centre former GAP store on Cambie St (Oakridge 41st skytrain Station- South 150m)
07:20 Richmond River Rock Casino (on River Rd)
08:00 Burnaby Next to “Esso” gas station at Willingdon & Kingsway
08:15 TOYS “R” US Coquitlam Toys “R” US (1110 Lougheed Hwy)
08:15 Surrey East Side of Sheraton Guildford Hotel
First 3 Rows
(at $66 per person) during the Rockies coach tour!
Terms and Conditions
Terms and Conditions
Include: Expert tour coordinator, driver, accommodation and transportation as per itinerary
Exclude: 5% GST, meals, personal expenses, travel Insurance, admissions (must be prepaid), driver and tour guide gratuities ($10/day/pax), Rocky Mountaineer staff gratuities
* Limited to one medium suitcase & one carry-on luggage per person.
* 3rd & 4th are to be shared with two double beds; infant occupies a seating and tour fare applies.
* Hotel upgrade surcharge is subject to change. Upgrade hotel are non-changeable and 100% non-refundable for any cancellation once confirmed
* All hotel rooms are non-smoking. Any violation will be penalized a non-refundable cleaning fee of $350 and up
* Complimentary hotel breakfast is subject to hotel availability.
* Vancouver Night Tour: special offer “Buy One Get One Free” for guests (Value $35 per guest; Duration about 2 hours; May 1 to Sep 15). Subject to seat availability; while supplies last. Pick up at either Richmond River Rock or Vancouver Oakridge Centre.
* Stay at Sunshine Mountain Lodge from July to September 20th, deluxe room is based on one Queen and one pullout bed. If 4 people stay in one room, a surcharge of $150 will be needed to upgrade the room to a Premium room
Cancellation Policy:
(All cancellation request must be submitted in writing)
23-30 days prior to departure date – refund 70% of the tour fare
15-22 days prior to departure date – refund 50% of the tour fare
No refund within 14-day prior to departure date. No partial refund on any unused services provided in the itinerary Courtesy of Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise and Pursuit
We reserved the rights to modify the itinerary without liability. Ali Travel, (hereinafter referred to as “the operator”) acts only in the capacity of agents for hotels, restaurants, airlines, train companies, bus companies or shipping lines providing transportations, hotel accommodations, meals and other services. The operator is not liable for any injury, death, loss or damage of personal property resulting from the use of the services. If the services included in the tour cannot be supplied or there are changes in an itinerary for reasons beyond the control of the operator, the operator will arrange for the provision of comparable services. Any resulting additional expenses will be payable by tour participants. Purchase of travel insurance is strongly recommended.