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Canada Vancouver Sightseeing and Self Drive Tour Packages, Rocky Mountain Self Drive Tour Packages, Banff Sightseeing, Jasper Sightseeing, West Canada Self Drive Touring, West Canada Self Guided Driving Holiday, Inside Passage, Sightseeing Packages from Vancouver
SDR#34 West Canada Highlights (Super Saver Program)
Discover the beautiful Okanagan Valley located along the deep blue lake with its fruit orchards, wineries and various water sport activities. You’ll visit the magnificent mountain resort areas of Banff, Yoho and Lake Louise before driving the world famous Icefields Parkway to Jasper National Park. Continue your journey on the historic Yellowhead Highway to Mt. Robson Park and on to Wells Gray with its many waterfalls and flowering alpine meadows. Tour BC’s dry Interior with real cowboy country atmosphere and continue your journey via Whistler – host of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games – to Vancouver Islands Sunshine Coast and Pacific Rim National Park. A great routing with ***Hotel/Motel accommodation at very affordable rates.
Arrive in Vancouver, pick up your rental car and check in at your downtown hotel for the next two nights. Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and nestled alongside the Coast Mountain Range, Vancouver is home to spectacular natural setting and many attractions.
Spend the day to visit the sights & attractions of Vancouver including Stanley Park, the vibrant shopping district along Robson Street, the historic Gastown, Chinatown and the Capilano Suspension Bridge. Grouse Mountain offers at an elevation of 1200 m incredible views of the city.
Vancouver - Penticton
On the way to the southern park of the Okanagan Valley stopover at Manning Park. With its crystal-blue lake, the Okanagan Lake area is a favourite spot for golfers, wine lovers and water sport enthusiasts.
With more than 2,000 hours of sunshine every year, the Okanagan offers the longest, sunniest and driest summer season in Canada. Spend some time to visit fruit orchards, vineyards or play a round of golf. To freshen up head out for a sailing trip or a swim in Okanagan Lake.
Penticton - Golden
Travel towards the Canadian Rockies. You travel through Revelstoke National Park and arrive in Golden for your overnight. The area offers glorious scenery within the Purcell Mountain Range. From here it is just a short travel distance to Yoho and Banff National Park.
Golden – Banff/Canmore
Stopover at Emerald Lake, Natural Bridge and Takakkaw Falls within Yoho Park. Continue your journey past Kicking Horse Pass and the Continental Divide into Banff National Park - part of UNESCO heritage site. Your first stop should be Lake Louise. The remaining park offers many attractions and spectacular mountain scenery. Visit today the Upper Hot Springs, Bow Falls and the Hoodoos.
Time for a side trip into the Kananaskis area – home to the 1988 Winter Olympics or explore more of Banff National Park. Visit the Whyte Museum, Banff Park Museum or just stroll along Banff Avenue with its many unique shops.
Banff – Jasper/Hinton
One of the world's greatest mountain highways - the Icefields Parkway - offers outstanding views and excellent wildlife viewing. Stopovers should include Peyto Lake, Columbia Icefield and the Sunwapta & Athabasca Falls.
Jasper National Park
Jasper National Park is located amidst the most beautiful wilderness of the Rocky Mountains. Visit Maligne Canyon and glacier-fed Maligne Lake. From here take a cruise to enchanted Spirit Island. The top of Whistlers Mountain promises the best 360-degree views of the rockies.
Jasper – Wells Gray Park
Leave Jasper and follow the Miette River to Mt. Robson, the tallest mountain of the Canadian Rockies. At Tete Jaune Cache hike to the Rearguard Falls where salmon attempt to leap the falls. Continue your journey through scenic mountain ranges south to Blue River and Clearwater.
Wells Gray Park
Wells Gray is known as the waterfall park as there are over 250 waterfalls located within the area. Take a day trip into the pristine beauty of Wells Gray Park and hike to Dawson Falls and the spectacular Helmcken Falls - Canada's fourth highest waterfall. If you are here in July/August don’t miss the flower meadows of the Trophy Mountain region.
Wells Gray Park - Whistler
Travel through real Cowboy Country with large cattle ranches, pine trees and sagebrush to 100 Mile House. While crossing through the coast mountains along the Duffy Lake Road you will leave the dry interior and enter the wet coastal forests. Whistler will be the host of the 2010 Winter Olympics.
Spend the day in Whistler. The area offers many outdoor activities: try the Mountain Bike Park, take the tram into the alpine area and hike a variety of trails, how about glacier skiing, fishing, wildlife viewing or shopping?
Whistler – Powell River
Travel on the Sea-to-Sky Highway to Garibaldi Park. Visit Shannon Falls and continue your journey along Howe Sound back to the BC ferry terminal at Horseshoe Bay (approx. 3-hour drive). Take a ferry to Vancouvers Sunshine Coast - and drive via Earls Cove and Saltery Bay to the northern coastal regions at Powell River. Overnight.
Powell River
Enjoy the year-around sea to mountain recreational area. Miles of hiking trails, boating, sport-fishing and diving are very popular outdoor activities. In addition the area provides remote beaches to explore, logging roads to drive into the wilderness and bird watching opportunities.
Powell River - Parksville
Take the scenic ferry connection from Powell River to Comox and drive south to Parksville – a popular beachfront community on the shores of Georgia Strait. Time to relax.
Parksville - Ucluelet
Scenic drive to Vancouver Islands West Coast. Tofino and Ucluelet are two gems and gateway to one of British Columbia's most prized nature reserves, Pacific Rim National Park. Experience the pristine wilderness first hand by walking along Long Beach or the Wild Pacific Trail.
The Pacific Rim offers a variety of outdoor activities. Whale watching, hiking, surfing, hot springs excursions and beach combing just to name a few. Take a stroll along the beach watching the sunset and enjoy a delicious dinner at one of the famous restaurants.
Ucluelet - Victoria
Leave Pacific Rim and drive to the southern tip of Vancouver Island. The "Garden City" Victoria sparkles in one of Canada's mildest climates and still shows it's unique British character. Stroll along Inner Harbour where the impressive Empress Hotel is presiding.
Victoria - Vancouver
Leave Victoria during the afternoon. Stopover at famous Butchart Gardens on your way to the ferry terminal in Swartz Bay. The Gardens have several theme areas including: Japanese Garden, Rose Garden and a Sunken Garden. Take the ferry from Swartz Bay to Vancouver.
Your last day on Canada’s West Coast. Explore the city, do some last minute shopping or relax. Return your rental car at the airport. End of Tour.
Departure Dates
May - October
Daily Departures
Rates in CAD$ per Person
Category Single Double Triple Child
May 01 – May 31
Superior $3810.00 $2010.00 $1390.00 $260.00
June 01 – September 20
Superior $4350.00 $2350.00 $1610.00 $260.00
September 21 – October 31
Superior $3810.00 $2010.00 $1390.00 $260.00
Services included

- 20 Nights Hotel Accommodation (All rooms with private bathroom)
- Goods & Service Tax (GST)
- Harmonized Sales Tax (HST)
- 21 Day Compact Rental Car (Dollar, National and/or Alamo Car Rental)
- Unlimited Free Km
- CDW Car Insurance
- LDW Car Insurance
- Airport Handling Fee
- Tour Documentation

Optional Charges

Car Rental Upgrade (Rates per Car):
Mid Size $210.00, Full Size $480.00, SUV Jeep $570.00, Standard SUV $990, Mini Van $690.00, Van (7 seats) $1020.00

Single Room Rate:                  
1 Adult – Room with 1 Queen Size Bed or 1 King Size Bed
Double Room Rate:
2 Adults – Rooms with 2 Queen Size Beds or 1 King Size Bed
Triple Room Rate:         
3 Adults – Rooms with 2 Queen Size Beds
Child Rate up to 12 Years:                         
Sharing Single, Double or Triple Rooms with Adults. Max 2 Children per Room