All tours are tailored to the client’s desired standard and specifications but all include: Hotel accommodation and motorcoach transportation. Admissions to attractions, local guides and meals (incl all taxes and fees) as detailed in the itinerary.
Flights (unless specified for domestic connections), driver, guide and tour escort gratuities
Temperate coastlines in British Columbia, majestic snowcapped Rocky Mountains in Alberta and mystical Aurora Borealis in Canada’s Northwest Territories: Winter in Western Canada presents an unparalleled variety of bucket list experiences. Visit Western Canada from November to March for low rates and no crowds in The Great White North.
Some argue that the Rocky Mountains are best viewed with a fresh dusting of snow. Take in panoramic views of the snowcapped peaks while sipping on a hot beverage in comfort at the top of Sulphur Mountain.
The Crown Jewel of the Canadian Rockies transforms into a winter wonderland from November to May. Enjoy stunning mountain scenery, ice sculptures, and the world’s most beautiful outdoor skating rink. Or, cozy up by the fire in the world-famous Chateau Lake Louise.
Known as one of Banff’s most popular attractions, in the winter Johnston Canyon transforms into a magical world of frozen waterfalls and pillars of blue ice. Strap on some ice cleats and take a guided walk through this “cathedral of ice” to view breathtaking ice formations and learn about the local ecosystem.
Heli sightseeing in the Canadian Rockies
Take in the flight of a lifetime and experience the true ruggedness and vast wilderness that is the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Soar among mammoth peaks as you enjoy this winter wonderland from above in an epic helicopter tour over crevasses, glaciers and snowcapped peaks as far as the eye can see. (Optional Addition)
Aurora Viewing Yellowknife
Yellowknife is one of the world’s premier locations to view the aurora borealis – otherwise known as the northern lights. Suit up in authentic Canada Goose apparel and enjoy the serenity of the northern sky to witness one of the world’s most awe-inspiring natural phenomena.
Aurora Village Afternoon Outdoor Experience
Snow and Ice = unlimited outdoor fun. The Aurora Village Afternoon Outdoor Experience is your one stop shop for Canadian winter activities. When you’re not dogsledding, snowshoeing, snowmobiling or tubing on a giant snow slide – you can warm up fireside with hot beverages and roasted marshmallows.
Surrounded by snowcapped mountains and deep blue sea, Vancouver is breathtakingly beautiful and has made its name onto numerous “most beautiful” and “most livable” in the world city lists. With a mild coastal climate, winter in Vancouver is as good as it gets for Canadian standards.