Cross Canada 9 Days Tour

  • DAY 1 TORONTO-SUDBURY-SAULT STE. MARIE-  Depart from Toronto in the morning; travel to the largest town in northern Ontario - Sudbury and visit the famous Big Nickel. Next stop at the City of Maple Leaf - Sault Ste. Marie, enjoy the beautiful scenery and sunset of the largest lake in the world - Lake Superior. Accommodate at local hotel. 
  • DAY 2 SAULT STE. MARIE- WAWA- THUNDER BAY- Depart in the morning to visit the “wild goose” town - Wawa, passengers can find here a giant statue of Canada Goose poised for flight guards at the entrance to the town. Pass by White River (home of favorite cartoon character Winnie the Pooh) and arrive at the third largest port in Canada - Thunder Bay. At sunset, enjoy the view of port buildings encircled by golden sunshine. Accommodate at local hotel.
  • DAY 3 THUNDER BAY- KENORA- WINNIPEG- Depart in the morning to Dryden, a town that reminds us of the gold rush. Then depart to Kenora, a city with a large native population. Travel to the capital of Manitoba - Winnipeg in the afternoon. Transfer to the Royal Canadian Mint (Fee applied). Accommodate at local hotel.
  • DAY 4 WINNIPEG- REGINA- Visit the Legislative Building and the famous Golden Bay Bronze Statue in the morning. Then travel to Regina in the afternoon and visit the Legislative Building of Saskatchewan. Take a tour in The Royal Canadian Mounted Police Heritage Centre (Fee applied). Accommodate at local hotel. 
  • DAY 5 REGINA- CALGARY- Depart in the morning to Calgary. Pass by Moose Jaw - Royal Canadian Air Force Base & Medicine Hat - has been known for its large natural gas fields. Arrive Calgary in the afternoon. Then visit Calgary Tower (Fee applied), which you can see the Rocky Mountain Skyline from the Tower deck. Afterwards, visit the Cowboy Street in the city center. Accommodate at local hotel.
  • DAY 6 CALGARY- BANFF- LAKE LOUISE- MORAINE LAKE- Depart to the Banff National Park. Then stop at “The Jewel of Rockies” - Lake Louise & Moraine Lake (Subject to National Part arrangement and traffic condition). Enjoy strolling along the lake. Following, take Banff Gondola ride (Fee applied) to the Sulphur Mountain and enjoy the panoramic view of Banff and Lake Minnewanka. Then visit the picturesque bow falls- venue of the famous movie “River of No Return” (actress Marilyn Monroe). You can also take the lake cruise Minnewanka (Fee applied) to have some unique photo opportunities that can’t be found elsewhere Accommodate at local hotel.
  • Day 7 BANFF- COLUMBIA ICE FELD- GLACIER SKYWALK -SALMON ARM- Depart in the morning for our next stop at the Jasper National Park. Visit Columbia Ice Field, the largest ice mass in the Rocky Mountains. Upon arrival, transfer by the big-wheeled “Snow Coach” to more than 300 meters deep Athabasca Glacier (Fee applied); The Glacier Skywalk (Fee applied) is your front row seat to nature’s most grand performance. Continue visits to Peyto Lake, pass Bow Lake, and Crows Foot Glacier etc. After lunch, travel via Rocky Mountains and Yoho National Park, then transfer to Salmon Arm. Accommodate at local hotel.
  • Day 8 SALMON ARM- KAMLOOPS- VANCOUVER- Depart in the morning to Kamloops, a city with over 2000 hours of sunshine per year, we will join a tour of the Ginseng factory and learn about the Ginseng’s healing power. After lunch, depart to the largest city in West Coast - Vancouver. Upon arrival, visits to Gas Town and Stanley Park where interesting Indians “totem” can be found. Accommodate at local hotel.
  • Day 9 VANCOUVER- TORONTO- Gather at hotel and transfer to airport. Depart Vancouver by air, end of this pleasant trip. (If passengers have chose to stay behind, please inform our agents for special arrangement). 

Tour Fare 

- Quad Room $650  with (13% HST+ 10% other taxes included) = $799.50

- Triple Room $810 with (13% HST+ 10% other taxes included) = $996.30

- Double Room $970 with (13% HST+ 10% other taxes included) = $1193.10

- Single Room $1550 with (13% HST+ 10% other taxes included) = $1906.50

*Tour price do not include air ticket

*Tour fare does not include meals, admission fee of attraction and gratuities to driver and tour guide

Did you know?

There is a Banff Gondola ride that is 7,500ft in Sulphur  Mountain.