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Eastern Canada, Rockies Odyssey and Alaska Cruise - 32 Days Luxury Touring and Cruising 2017

Toronto to Vancouver
32 days
20 August, 2017

Take a luxury tour of the French Canadian highlights, journey into the Canadian Rockies and embark on a stunning Inside Passage Cruise with Holland America Line. Highlights include the Rocky Mountaineer Rail and staying at The Fairmont Banff Springs.

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Day 1
(1 day)
Arrive Toronto
Be met on arrival and transferred to your centrally located hotel.
Day 2
(1 day)
After a Welcome Breakfast, a tour includes a trip up to the LookOut level of the CN Tower. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure.
Day 3
(1 day)
Niagara Falls
Journey to Niagara Fallstoday . Perhaps embark on an optional helicopter flight (own expense) and cruise to the base of their plunging waters. This evening, dine overlooking Niagara Falls, before an exclusive visit to the Illumination Tower, where you can create your very own light display on the falls.
Day 4
(1 day)
1000 Islands, Ottawa
Travel along Lake Ontario and enjoy a cruise amid the beautiful 1,000 Islands, taking in the fantastic scenery. Then continue to Ottawa.
Day 5
(1 day)
Ottawa, Freedom of Choice Sightseeing
Embark on a guided tour today before enjoying your selected sightseeing activity in Ottawa.
Day 6
(1 day)
Mont Tremblant, Freedom of Choice Dining
Visit Parc Oméga before a gondola ride at Mont Tremblant. This evening, dine at one of your resort's restaurants.
Day 7
(1 day)
Mont Tremblant, Québec City
Stop for lunch at a Sugar Shack and learn how authentic maple syrup is produced. Then continue on to Québec City for a tour.
Day 8
(1 day)
Québec City, Freedom of Choice Sightseeing
Enjoy your chosen sightseeing activity in Québec City today.
Day 9
(1 day)
Take in a tour of Montréal.
Day 10
(1 day)
Montréal (Independent)
Enjoy an entire day at leisure to explore.
Day 11
(1 day)
Montréal, Vancouver
Fly to Vancouver today (flight not included).
Day 12
(1 day)
Take a city tour before enjoying the afternoon at leisure.
Day 13
(1 day)
Board the famous Rocky Mountaineer and relax in a GoldLeaf carriage.
Day 14
(1 day)
Spiral Tunnels, Banff
Your rail journey continues through the beautiful Rocky Mountains to Banff National Park.
Day 15
(1 day)
Banff, Freedom of Choice Sightseeing and Dining
Embark on your chosen activity before enjoying dinner at one of the restaurants within your hotel.
Day 16
(1 day)
Lake Louise, Freedom of Choice Dining
Meet a Mountie, ride the Banff Gondola and tour Banff. Travel to Lake Louise and this evening, dine at one of your hotel's restaurants.
Day 17
(1 day)
Lake Louise, Moraine Lake
Visit Moraine Lake, board the Lake Louise Gondola to try and spot bears before joining a Mountain Heritage Guide for a stroll.
Day 18
(1 day)
Icefields Parkway, Athabasca Glacier, Jasper
Explore the Athabasca Glacier and walk upon the Glacier Skywalk.
Day 19
(1 day)
Jasper, Freedom of Choice Sightseeing
Select your activity.Tonight, enjoy a barbecue and performance by First Nations entertainers.
Day 20
(1 day)
Mount Robson, Blue River, Sun Peaks
In Blue River, board a boat and try to spot grizzly and black bears.
Day 21
(1 day)
Travel to Whistler today.
Day 22
(1 day)
Whistler, Freedom of Choice Sightseeing
Enjoy breakfast at the Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre before selecting your sightseeing activity.
Day 23
(1 day)
Georgia Strait, Victoria
Board the ferry to Vancouver Island, then head to Victoria.
Day 24
(1 day)
Victoria, The Butchart Gardens, Freedom of Choice Sightseeing
Visit The Butchart Gardens and enjoy breakfast. Later, enjoy your selected activity. Tonight, savour a Farewell Dinner.
Day 25
(1 day)
Alaskan Inside Passage Cruise
Board your ship in Vancouver. Enjoy a Sail Away Dinner at the Pinnacle Grill plus a lunch here on the day of your choice.
Day 26
(1 day)
Cruise the Inside Passage
Enjoy a day at sea and see the Alaska Panhandle.
Day 27
(1 day)
Tracy Arm, Juneau
Cruise to Tracy Arm today, then pass the twin Sawyer Glaciers. Arrive in Alaska's capital, Juneau, set at the foot of the majestic Coast Mountains.
Day 28
(1 day)
Today you'll arrive in Skagway which was once a gateway city for the Klondike Gold Rush.
Day 29
(1 day)
Glacier Bay
Wake up to the breathtaking sight of World Heritage-listed Glacier Bay National Park, which boasts more actively calving tidewater glaciers than anywhere else in the world.
Day 30
(1 day)
Dock in Ketchikan today, set on the shores of the Tongass Narrows near Misty Fjords National Monument -“ one of America's largest wilderness areas.
Day 31
(1 day)
The Inside Passage
Heading south through the Inside Passage, watch the glorious landscape slip by on your final day at sea.
Day 32
(1 day)
Depart Vancouver
On arrival back in Vancouver this morning, disembark and transfer to the airport for your onward flight.


APT EXCLUSIVE! Dine overlooking Niagara Falls and create your very own light display on the falls Learn how maple syrup is made at a traditional Sugar Shack Meet a Mountie in Banff Take a stroll by Lake Louise with an expert Mountain Heritage Guide APT EXCLUSIVE! Enjoy a refined lakeside barbecue in Jasper APT EXCLUSIVE! Spot bears and other wildlife on a Blue River Safari Enjoy a tour and breakfast at Whistler's Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre Explore The Butchart Gardens before the crowds arrive and enjoy breakfast APT EXCLUSIVE! Enjoy a Sail Away Dinner at the Pinnacle Grill



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