Pre & Post Congress Tours

Old English Charm in Victoria (2 Days/1 Night)

From horse-drawn carriages to unforgettable flower basket displays, Victoria is distinctive and genteel – not to be missed! Your package includes return coach/ferry transportation, overnight downtown accommodation and admission to the Butchart Gardens. While in Victoria, take time to explore the Royal British Columbia Museum or join a whale-watching excursion.

Whistler & Victoria Circle (3 Days/2 Nights)

Board our private coach for a journey onto Vancouver Island. Visit the famous Butchart Gardens and enjoy a city tour of Victoria before checking in at your hotel. Detour to Cathedral Grove for a walk though an old growth Coastal Douglas-fir forest before taking back the ferry back to the mainland. Spend the night and the next morning in the heart of Whistler village. Take in final awe-inspiring scenery as you return to Vancouver via the Sea to Sky Highway.

Okanagan Valley – Western Canada Wine Country (3 Days/2 Nights)

Take a chance to explore the interior of British Colombia with a short trip to the Okanagan Valley, internationally renowned for its orchards and award-winning wineries. Your package includes, 2 nights  accommodation in either Kelowna or Osoyoos (your choice) and a full day of touring with lunch and  wine tastings. Transfer to/from Okanagan Valley are not included.

Salmon Fishing in Campbell River
(3 Days/2 Nights)

Make your way to Vancouver Island and the legendary fishing Painter’s Lodge. This full service resort is the perfect base for unparralleded salmon fishing and relaxation within stunning scenery of sea, sky and mountains. Your package includes 2 nights accommodation, 2 half-day salmon fishing, all fishing supplies (tackle, bait, raingear, etc…) as welll as cleaning and packaging of your catch. Transfer to/from Campbell River are not included.

Canadian Rockies Gateway (4 Days/3 Nights)

Travel by luxury motor coach and traverse the varying landscapes of Western Canada from the Pacific Coast, through pastoral landscapes of interior British Columbia, the heart of the Rocky Mountains to the rolling foothills of Alberta’s ranching country.

Rocky Mountaineer Rail Tour
(4 Days/3 Nights)

Enjoy the most spectacular train ride in the World! Peer up at a mountain so mighty that its summit is capped with clouds; journey beside a river that is a rushing torrent of foam; spot a deer, moose, or maybe even a bear while marveling at scenery so magnificent it leaves you wide-eyed with amazement… untamed and majestic, this is Western Canada and the world-renowned Canadian Rockies. See it up close, see it in comfort, and see it all in daylight with the Rocky Mountaineer.

Wildlife Viewing on Vancouver Island
(4 Days/3 Nights)

Explore the rugged coastline of Northern Vancouver Island on a sea kayaking expedition or venture out on guided journey in the Great Bear Rainforest for the unforgettable experience of sighting killer whales, bears and eagles in their natural wilderness environment.

Southern Alberta (4 Days/3 Nights)

Make the trek to Alberta’s south to check out the amazing scenery of Waterton Lakes National Park, venture through ancient riverbeds of the mysterious Badlands and explore one of the world’s largest Dinosaur fossil collections at the renowned Royal Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller. The remarkable culture and lifestyle of local Aboriginals comes alive at Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, a UNESCO world heritage site. Layer the trip with a visit to Fort Macleod for the story of Canada’s famous Mounted Police.

Calgary & Banff National Park
(5 Days/4 Nights)

Banff National Park is a world famous destination that has somehow managed to maintain its wilderness. A few steps away from the main tourist hot spots are the natural treasures that inspired awe in the early explorers, and which will become your selection of adventures for the day. There’s something for every interest and ability level, let the mountains heal your soul!

Alaska Cruise (7 Days/7 Nights)

Sail to Alaska onboard a luxury liner through the Inside Passage – one of the world’s most scenic sea routes and one of the few where large ships can sail close to the coastline.  The shoreline scenery is spectacular with snowcapped mountains, picturesque lighthouses, killer whales, sea lions and porpoises.  This is a land overflowing with nature’s gifts, America’s last and greatest wilderness.  Ports of call may include Juneau, Skagway and Ketchikan, a day in Glacier Bay, a day sailing to Alaska and one back to Vancouver.