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Canadian Rockies Grand Circle

15 days from £4,499 per person
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Exploring a trio of beautiful mountain resorts - Banff, Jasper and Whistler - all of which boast incredible backdrops of snow-tipped peaks.

Summary

Quaint alpine villages and stunning natural backdrops are juxtaposed with magnificent metropolises on this unforgettable Canadian Rockies adventure. As you travel through British Columbia and into Alberta, you’ll soak up the creative culture of Vancouver, explore the rugged backcountry of Jasper, and wind through sigh-inducing scenery aboard Rocky Mountaineer. Be sure to keep your camera at the ready - postcard-worthy sights include glistening Lake Louise and Columbia Icefield Glacier, plus you’ll have plenty of opportunities to spot bears, elk, moose and caribou.

Your holiday includes:

7 excursions and visits

  • City tours of Vancouver and Victoria
  • Butchart Gardens
  • Tours of Jasper National Park and Banff (with Lake Louise)
  • Interpretative talk during dinner in Jasper
  • Columbia Icefield Glacier Adventure

Plus:

  • 13 nights in hotels and 1 in flight (accommodation as specified or similar)
  • International flights. Prices are based on return flights with Air Canada from London Heathrow. Supplements may apply from other airports
  • Rocky Mountaineer SilverLeaf Service (2 days)
  • 5 meals: 2 breakfasts (days 10-11) 2 lunches (days 10-11) 1 dinner (day 7)

Plus

  • Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service
  • Titan tour manager
  • Travel in destination by coach
  • Porterage

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Canadian Rockies Grand Circle


  • VIP Outbound4

    UK - Vancouver

    Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service collects you from home for your flight to Vancouver.

    Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver (4-star)


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    Vancouver

    Lapped by the Pacific Ocean on one side, and overlooked by mountains on the other, Vancouver is nestled in one of the most dramatic locations you can think of - and we waste no time in getting to know this bustling city on a guided tour this morning. We’ll visit some of Vancouver’s most notable sights, including exotic Chinatown and Gastown, the oldest part of the city with picture-perfect heritage buildings. In the afternoon, you’ll have the opportunity to explore the city at your leisure. There’s so much to see, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

    Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver (4-star)


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    Whistler

    You’ll want to keep your camera at the ready this morning as we journey from Vancouver to Whistler, passing soaring mountain scenery along the way. Edged by thick alpine forest and world-famous ski-runs, the gabled village of Whistler is the stuff dreams of alpine Canada are made of. The rest of the day is at leisure. Perhaps explore the village itself with its art centres, museums, and an abundance of shops, restaurants and cafés. Go for a leisurely stroll or sit back and enjoy one of the many sunny patios.

    The Listel Hotel, Whistler (3-star)


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    Whistler

    You’re free to explore Whistler and its surrounding mountain landscapes at leisure today. Get to know the stunning landscape with beautiful walking trails for varying abilities, or choose to join an optional excursion to search for local wildlife. Maybe you’ll spot a deer, pika, hare, chipmunk or even a black bear. You might even hear the unique call of the marmot - a rock dwelling rodent that whistles to warn other marmots of danger - and the reason behind Whistler’s name.

    The Listel Hotel, Whistler (3-star)


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    Sun Peaks

    We travel on to Sun Peaks. This tranquil, car-free alpine resort is a great base for further exploration into Canada’s mountainscape, vibrantly coloured by wildflowers in the warmer summer months. Maybe get to know the friendly locals as you try out one of the inviting restaurants for a bite to eat.

    Coast Sundance Lodge, Sun Peaks (3-star)


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    Jasper

    We tour incredible Jasper National Park today - home to world-famous natural sites and some of North America's rarest animals, including grizzly bears, moose, caribou and wolves. We’ll see Maligne Canyon, over 50 metres deep at some points; serene Medicine Lake, which varies in depth by season, and Maligne Lake, well known for its stunning azure water. Before heading to bed, look out at the breathtaking night sky- the region boasts the world’s largest dark sky preserve for stargazing. A wonderfully atmospheric end to a day full of nature.

    Lobstick Lodge, Jasper (3-star)


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    Jasper

    There’s the opportunity to explore the town of Jasper today. Enjoy the slower pace of this small, friendly town - maybe take a tour of Canada’s first park-based brewery, browse the local museum to learn all about the history of the National Park, and sample some of the delicious local Canadian cuisine for lunch. We’ll enjoy dinner this evening with an interpretative talk.

    Lobstick Lodge, Jasper (3-star)


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    Jasper - Banff

    The spectacular, winding Columbia Icefields Parkway takes us from Jasper to Banff National Park today. You won’t believe your eyes as we make our way through endless wilderness, passing pristine mountain lakes and sweeping valleys - keep an eye out for some of the local wildlife along the way. We stop off to experience an unforgettable drive in a specially adapted Ice Explorer onto the Columbia Icefield Glacier, one of the biggest accumulations of ice and snow south of the Arctic Circle. Our guide will teach us all about the glaciers and icefields (subject to weather conditions).

    Banff Caribou Lodge (3.5-star) or Royal Canadian Lodge (4-star)


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    Banff

    We spend time getting to know Banff National Park today - possibly best known for its beautiful lakes. We’ll discover stunning Moraine Lake and Lake Louise. Breathe in the crisp, fresh air as you capture stunning images of these lakes filled with turquoise glacier water, which support an abundance of native wildlife including grizzly bears.

    Banff Caribou Lodge (3.5-star) or Royal Canadian Lodge (4-star)


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    Rocky Mountaineer (Banff - Kamloops)

    Be prepared for a truly memorable day as we board our Rocky Mountaineer train today. Take your seat and watch the scenery pass you by through the famed domed windows. We’ll wind through Canada’s stunning Rocky Mountains, alongside thundering Kicking Horse River and past thick alpine forest. This is a journey you won’t forget.

    Hotel in Kamloops


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    Rocky Mountaineer (Kamloops - Vancouver)

    Our unforgettable rail journey continues this morning, arriving in Vancouver where we check in to our hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure to explore Vancouver once more.

    Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver (4-star)


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    Vancouver - Victoria

    We journey by ferry from Tsawwassen, Vancouver through narrow fjords to Swartz Bay, Victoria today. Stand on the deck and take in the fresh ocean air as you try to spot whales and dolphins, whilst admiring views of the gorgeous strait of Victoria. Once in Victoria, the rest of the day is at leisure.

    DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Victoria (4-star) or Chateau Victoria (4-star)


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    Victoria

    The oldest city in in the Pacific Northwest, the beautiful unhurried city of Victoria has a unique charm, with its pretty colourful buildings and blooming hanging baskets. Our tour takes us amongst Victoria’s long-trodden streets before we slow down to appreciate a more serene part of the city- the most famous of Canada’s floral havens - Butchart Gardens. This 55-acre display has 900 varieties of plants and gardens influenced by Italy, Japan and its very own native culture.

    DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Victoria (4-star) or Chateau Victoria (4-star)


  • Day 14 Victoria - Vancouver - In flight

    We leave Victoria behind and drive to Swartz Bay, to take the ferry to Tsawwassen and onward transfer to Vancouver. We continue to the airport for our return flight to the UK.

    In flight


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    Day 15 UK

    Upon arrival, your Titan vehicle will be waiting for the journey home.

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Climate

Upgrade to Goldleaf

Travel in a custom-designed, bi-level, glass-domed GoldLeaf Service coach that places you right in the middle of the awe-inspiring scenery of the Canadian Rockies. Take in the dazzling vistas upstairs and enjoy delicious meals downstairs. From the attentive service provided by the Rocky Mountaineer Hosts to the gourmet meals prepared by award-winning chefs - GoldLeaf Service is quite simply as good as it gets. 

A GoldLeaf Service journey will enjoy:
  • Fully domed windows that give you unparalleled 360 degree views from your seat in the upper-level of our custom designed bi-level dome coach with an exclusive outdoor vestibule in the lower level of your dome coach.
  • Hot gourmet breakfasts and lunches from an á la carte menu, served in the lower-level dining room of your dome coach, with tempting snacks throughout the journey.
  • Complimentary beverages, including wine, beer, spirits, and non-alcoholic drinks.
  • Captivating storytelling told by our engaging hosts
  • Each GoldLeaf Service coach has a full culinary team and three or four Onboard Hosts.
  • Overnight hotel accommodation in Kamloops or Whistler and Quesnel

Prices start from £429 per person.  To upgrade or for more information please call 0808 239 8793.


Canadian Rockies Grand Circle

15 days from £4,499 per person