Canada's Iconic Rockies


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The Canadian Rockies, spanning British Columbia and Alberta, are a majestic natural wonder, known for towering peaks, clear lakes, and abundant wildlife. Banff and Jasper National Parks highlight the region's beauty, offering scenic drives and iconic turquoise lakes like Lake Louise. Outdoor activities abound, from hiking to wildlife spotting, with opportunities to experience the area's diverse ecosystem. Whether visiting in summer or winter, the Rockies promise an unforgettable adventure, blending pristine wilderness with cultural significance.

Price starting from $ 1665  Land Only


Embark on your journey starting from Calgary, where you'll then proceed to Banff National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its captivating mountain vistas, sparkling turquoise lakes, and vibrant wildlife. Explore the enchanting town of Banff, nestled in the majestic Rockies, and relish in the awe-inspiring scenery. From Banff, your adventure continues to the iconic Lake Louise, celebrated for its crystal-clear waters and majestic mountain backdrop. Moving on from Lake Louise, the picturesque Icefields Parkway awaits, providing one of the world's most stunning drives. En route to Jasper National Park, be treated to the spectacle of glaciers, waterfalls, and rugged peaks. Immerse yourself in the pristine wilderness and abundant wildlife of Jasper National Park. Take a cruise on the serene Maligne Lake or visit the iconic Athabasca Falls to witness the park's natural wonders up close. As your tour comes to an end, return to Calgary, carrying with you indelible memories of the unparalleled beauty of the Canadian Rockies.


Commence your adventure in Canada. Upon reaching Calgary, proceed to the assigned counter for your pre-organized shuttle transfer to Banff. Embark on a westward expedition along the Trans-Canada Highway, passing through the picturesque foothills of the Rocky Mountains. As we approach our initial destination in Banff National Park, the majestic peaks of the Canadian Rockies will unfold before us. The delightful town of Banff is renowned as one of the most scenic in North America. Upon arrival check in and relax (standard check-in time is 3:00 pm). 

If you have arrived, take advantage of this free time to explore the charming town at your own pace. Wander through the quaint streets, immerse yourself in the breathtaking scenery, or perhaps indulge in the local cuisine.

Enjoy your overnight stay in the enchanting town of Banff.

Banff is a picturesque town nestled within the breathtaking Banff National Park, one of Canada's earliest and most revered natural reserves. This park offers an unparalleled combination of grandiose peaks, lush meadows, crystalline lakes, and invigorating mountain air. The natural sulphur hot springs add an extra layer of allure to the area.

To commence our day, we embark on an extensive tour of the region, glimpsing iconic landmarks such as the Banff Springs Hotel, Tunnel Mountain, and Bow Falls. As the afternoon unfolds, prepare for an unforgettable adventure as we take a journey on the Banff Gondola, ascending to the summit of Sulphur Mountain. From this elevated vantage point, expansive views of Banff town and the Banff National Park will unfold, creating a truly breathtaking spectacle.

Following this memorable experience at the summit, you will descend on the Banff Gondola and be conveniently transported back to your Banff hotel. Throughout the tour, keep your camera at the ready to capture wildlife encounters, as this journey provides excellent opportunities to spot local fauna. Our knowledgeable guides, well-versed in all things Banff, will be delighted to answer any questions and share their wealth of knowledge about the area.

Enjoy the rest of the evening at leisure. Wander through the charming streets, discovering unique shops, and perhaps sampling the diverse culinary offerings.

Overnight in Banff

Today marks a tour highlight as we journey north into the heart of the Canadian Rockies, departing from Banff and heading towards Lake Louise. This globally acclaimed lake, named after Queen Victoria’s daughter, is renowned as one of the most picturesque in the world. The mesmerizing sight of its turquoise waters, embraced by towering mountains and the grand Victoria Glacier, is truly captivating. Take some time to marvel at the world-renowned Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, perfectly positioned at the lake's foot, itself a remarkable highlight of our tour.

Continuing our northern route along the Icefields Parkway, get ready to be immersed in awe-inspiring scenery. Be amazed by the crystal blue-green lakes, refreshing mountain streams, dense forests, and snow-capped peaks dominating the landscape. Our next destination is the renowned Athabasca Glacier, one of six primary glaciers fed by the Columbia Icefields. Here, we board the ‘Snowcoach,’ an all-terrain ice explorer vehicle, to venture onto the Athabasca Glacier itself. At an impressive altitude of 2,700 meters, our knowledgeable guide will share insights about glaciers and the environment, providing you with the incredible opportunity to walk on the ice.

Following this extraordinary experience, we head to the nearby Glacier Skywalk, where a 1-kilometer walkway leads to a platform with a glass floor, offering an extraordinary perspective of a 918-foot drop. Marvel at the gigantic glaciers above you and admire the breathtaking views of the Sunwapta Valley below.

Afterward, our journey continues to Jasper, which you'll be calling home for the next two nights.. Upon arrival in Jasper, check in and relax.

Overnight in Jasper

Jasper, the captivating mountain resort, unfolds before you with breathtaking views of majestic mountains and the alluring Lac Beauvert. Prepare yourself for an unforgettable stay at this exceptional retreat. In the early 1800s, the first European arrivals in Jasper sought a fur trading route over the Continental Divide. Recognizing its significance, the federal government officially designated it as a national park in 1907. Jasper National Park offers an even more expansive display of majestic peaks, lush valleys, serene lakes, and awe-inspiring icefields and glaciers.

Today marks the commencement of a comprehensive full-day sightseeing tour, commencing with the exploration of Maligne Canyon. Our journey then progresses to Maligne Lake, the largest lake in the Canadian Rockies, renowned by photographers worldwide. Weather permitting, an opportunity arises for a cruise to Spirit Island, a small gem embellishing the lake. Along the way, you'll encounter the intriguing Medicine Lake, famous for its unique "disappearing" phenomenon. The tour proceeds to Maligne Lake, where a captivating 90-minute interpretative boat cruise awaits, guiding you to the renowned Spirit Island. Keep your camera ready, as this location unfolds a truly picturesque setting worthy of a postcard.

After the enchanting boat cruise, take a moment to unwind and soak in the scenic beauty or treat yourself to a delightful experience at the Lake Chalet. Alternatively, for those seeking a different perspective, a 75-minute guided walk along the shoreline trail of Maligne Lake is available as a charming alternative to the boat cruise. Whether gliding over the waters or exploring the shoreline on foot, this tour ensures a remarkable encounter with the natural marvels of Jasper National Park, leaving you with enduring memories of this extraordinary journey.

Upon our return to the hotel nestled in the serene surroundings, the rest of the afternoon and evening is yours to enjoy at leisure. Consider savoring a cocktail at the hotel bar, sharing the highlights of the day with fellow travelers.

Overnight in Jasper

Today signifies the culmination of your Iconic Rockies tour. You will be transferred to Edmonton Airport for your return flight home or to your next connecting destination.


Banff Ptarmigan Inn

The Banff Ptarmigan Inn is located at 337 Banff Avenue, Banff, AB T1L 1H8 and is a two-minute walk from downtown Banff. It features 134 cozy hotel rooms located on Banff Avenue, one short block from downtown Banff. The hotel includes indoor hot pools, sauna, steam and fitness equipment, The Meatball Pizza and Pasta restaurant, the Sundance and Atrium function rooms for small to mid-size meetings/receptions, complimentary wireless internet access in all guest rooms, heated underground parkade with free

Lobstick Lodge

Lobstick Lodge is situated in the picturesque mountains within a national park, making it a perfect base for exploring the surrounding natural beauty. For those seeking activities, Jasper Park Golf Course and Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge Golf Course are recommended options. Jasper National Park and Signal Mountain offer breathtaking views and opportunities to immerse in the area's stunning landscapes. The Den Jasper's Wildlife Museum and Icefield Centre are additional attractions worth exploring. Winter enthusiasts can indulge in cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing, ensuring a delightful time amidst the snowy slopes.


  • 04 Nights' accommodation at listed hotels or similar
  • Daily buffet breakfast
  • 01 Lunch
  • Ice Explorer ride on Athabasca glacier
  • Banff Gondola
  • Maligne lake Cruise
  • Inter-city transfers between Calgary, Banff, Lake Louise, Jasper, and Edmonton on a seat-in-coach basis.
  • Explore the sights and attractions with local English-speaking drivers/guides on seat-in-coach sightseeing tours.
  • Admission fees to all attractions as per the itinerary are included.
  • All locally applicable taxes


  • Any Airfare
  • All other meals & other sightseeing or services
  • Gratuities for meals, tourist guides , drivers
  • Visa fee & Travel Insurance
  • Personal expenses such as alcoholic and other beverages, telephone calls and laundry
  • Local city taxes if applicable to be paid directly at hotels upon check out
  • Any other services or Items not mentioned above as included


Entry Requirement: To enter Canada (or the U.S. on the tour extension), it is essential for both U.S. and Canadian citizens to hold a valid passport with an expiration date extending at least six months beyond the reentry date. Non-U.S. or Canadian citizens should contact the consulate of their destination country to ascertain specific entry requirements. U.S. citizens are required to have valid government-issued identification for air travel within the United States. Starting May 7, 2025, state-issued IDs or driver's licenses for air travel must meet Real ID requirements. Real ID-compliant versions will display a yellow or black star, a white star inside a yellow or black circle, or a white star inside a bear in the top right-hand corner. Further information can be found at Similarly, Canadian citizens must have valid government-issued identification for air travel within Canada.

Baggage: It's crucial to note that each traveler is limited to one checked bag and one carry-on bag due to limited storage space on motor coaches and other modes of transportation, including train connections or flights, that are part of the tour. For specific information regarding baggage size and weight restrictions, including details about on-tour flights and round-trip flights to and from the tour, kindly reach out to your airline(s) directly. Please be aware that the baggage limits for the included on-tour flights may be more stringent. Additionally, some airlines may impose extra charges if you opt to check baggage or exceed size and weight limitations. It is your responsibility to cover any baggage fees incurred on all flights. To facilitate smooth travel, it is advisable to label your baggage and keep valuable items, medication, and important documents in your carry-on bag.

Packing Tips: Packing tip: It's recommended to pack lightweight and loose-fitting clothing that can be layered easily to accommodate fluctuating temperatures. Remember to include a light jacket or rainwear for unpredictable weather conditions. For spring and fall departures, enhance your comfort during outdoor sightseeing by bringing along a warm coat, hat, and gloves. Opt for materials other than cotton whenever feasible, as it is not the most effective insulator. When it comes to sightseeing, a sturdy pair of walking shoes or sneakers is advisable. If you intend to dine at upscale restaurants or attend special performances, consider packing dressier attire for such occasions.

Health: Before your departure, it's crucial to consult with your doctor or healthcare provider at least 60 days in advance to stay abreast of the latest updates and entry requirements. Additional information can also be found on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website at Exercise caution during the summer months regarding sun exposure and heat, taking necessary precautions to safeguard yourself. If you rely on daily medication, ensure you have an ample supply for the entire duration of the tour, considering potential delays. For those with dietary restrictions or food allergies, please inform Voyages Hub at least 30 days before departure by updating your traveler information in your account. If you need to make updates closer to your departure date, kindly contact our Customer Experience Team..

Cuisine: The culinary landscape in Canada exhibits numerous resemblances to British cuisine, and Americans will recognize several familiar elements as well. While in Canada, it's recommended to explore local favorites like butter tarts, poutine, and dishes infused with maple syrup.

Health and Insurance: Consider acquiring travel insurance to safeguard against unforeseen medical expenses. Ensure you obtain any essential vaccinations as advised by your healthcare provider.

Currency: The official currency in Canada is the Canadian Dollar (CAD). It's recommended to carry some cash, but credit cards are widely acknowledged.

Language: Canada recognizes two official languages, namely English and French. While English is the primary language spoken in most areas, French predominates in Quebec and some parts of other provinces.

Electrical Outlets: Canada operates on a standard voltage of 120V, and the plugs commonly used are of type A and B. If your devices require a different voltage or plug type, it is advisable to bring suitable adapters.

Wifi: While Wi-Fi is typically provided by most hotels, there could be associated fees in specific instances. Motor coaches, however, do not have Wi-Fi availability. If you need information regarding roaming charges, please contact your mobile service provider.

Time Zones: Canada spans various time zones due to its extensive geographical size. The time zones in Canada include:

  1. Pacific Standard Time (PST) - UTC-8:00 (observed in parts of British Columbia)
  2. Mountain Standard Time (MST) - UTC-7:00 (observed in Alberta)
  3. Central Standard Time (CST) - UTC-6:00 (observed in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, part of Ontario)
  4. Eastern Standard Time (EST) - UTC-5:00 (observed in most of Ontario, Quebec, and parts of Nunavut)
  5. Atlantic Standard Time (AST) - UTC-4:00 (observed in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and parts of Labrador)
  6. Newfoundland Standard Time (NST) - UTC-3:30 (observed in Newfoundland and Labrador)

It's important to note that some regions in Canada observe daylight saving time, where clocks are adjusted forward by one hour in the spring and set back by one hour in the fall. The application of daylight saving time can vary by province and territory.

Tipping and Gratuity: After your tour, it is customary to give a gratuity to your Tour Director and driver in the local currency. When providing tips, please take into account the prevailing exchange rates. We recommend tipping your Tour Director an equivalent of USD 8 to USD 10 per person per day and your driver an equivalent of USD 3 per person per day. If you had local guides during the tour, it is also suggested to give them an amount equal to USD 2 per person. Please be aware that gratuities can only be settled in cash.

Payment Policy

Deposit:           US$ 300 per person [Non-refundable / Non-transferable]
50% Deposit:  145 Days before departure
Full Balance:    90 Days before departure

Cancellation Policy

  • From the date of booking to 145 days before departure: $300 per person Non-Refundable / Non-transferrable Deposit + interruption insurance cost (if purchased) + Cost of Air ticket if issued
  • 144-90 days before departure: 50% of the cost per person
  • 89 days or fewer before departure: No refund is available.

A person becoming single because of the roommate’s cancellation must pay the single supplement
All payment cut-off dates are firm, and missing deadlines without approved extensions will result in cancellations without refunds being offered. 


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Absolutely breathtaking! The Iconic Rockies tour by Voyages Hub surpassed all expectations. The majestic landscapes, stunning lakes, and thrilling activities made for an unforgettable experience. Our knowledgeable guide ensured we didn't miss a thing, and the seamless transfers were an added bonus. Highly recommended!

John and Emily verified

The Iconic Rockies tour was a dream come true. Each day brought new wonders, from exploring Banff's charming town to witnessing the mesmerizing Spirit Island on Maligne Lake. Voyages Hub truly delivered a well-organized and memorable journey

Kevin & Susan verified

An adventure of a lifetime! Voyages Hub's Iconic Rockies tour allowed us to immerse ourselves in nature's beauty. The Columbia Icefield Glacier Discovery Centre and the Glacier Skywalk were awe-inspiring moments, and the guide's expertise enriched the whole experience. We couldn't have asked for a better tour

Bill & Amy verified

Jasper National Park's rugged beauty was perfectly captured on the Iconic Rockies tour by Voyages Hub. The efficient logistics and smooth transfers made the trip hassle-free, allowing us to focus on enjoying every breathtaking view and wildlife encounter. Definitely a trip worth taking

Jason K verified

From the moment we were picked up at our Banff hotel, the Iconic Rockies tour was filled with wonders. The scenic drives through the Canadian Rockies were complemented by the informative commentary from our guide. The memories we made on this journey will stay with us forever

Lisa and Jen verified

Voyages Hub exceeded expectations with the Iconic Rockies tour. The experience of walking on the Athabasca Glacier and gazing at the glass floor of Glacier Skywalk was thrilling. Every day brought new adventures and picturesque landscapes. Thank you for an incredible trip

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