Totem Peaks Self Drive

Other departures: Manchester - £1999, Birmingham - £1999, Bristol - £2099, Norwich - £2149, Newcastle - £2049, Edinburgh - £2049, Glasgow - £2049 Highlights: Vancouver - Penticton - Revelstoke - Banff - Jasper - Prince George - Smithers - Prince Rupert - Port Hardy - Campbell River - Victoria Hotels: Vancouver - Holiday Inn & Suites Vancouver Downtown
Penticton - Ramada Inn & Suites Penticton
Revelstoke - The Sutton Place Hotel Revelstoke
Banff - Elk and Avenue Hotel
Jasper - Lobstick Lodge
Prince George - Ramada Plaza Prince George
Smithers - Prestige Hudson Bay Lodge
Prince Rupert - Crest Hotel
Prince Rupert - Inside Passage p.rupert to Port Hardy
Campbell River - Coast Discovery Inn
Victoria - Chateau Victoria Hotel & Suites Itinerary: A classic route, featuring breathtaking scenery in the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta. From Vancouver, travel east through the Okanagan Valley and Glacier National Park to the world-renowned resort regions of Banff and Jasper. Via Mount Robson, Wells Gray Provincial Park and the Cariboo Region, head north to the Pacific Coast and sail the spectacular Inside Passage on BC Ferries to Vancouver Island. Ahead lies charming Victoria and then a return ferry ride to Vancouver. Day 1 - Arrival In Vancouver
Arrive Vancouver International Airport and transfer independently to your downtown hotel. Pick-up your Jonview Canada Roadbook at the front desk and check-in. Remainder of the day is at leisure. Overnight in Vancouver. Day 2 - Vancouver
You will have the entire day to tour Vancouver and the surrounding area. Some suggestions: Stanley Park, the MacMillan Planetarium, Chinatown, Gastown, Granville Island, Capilano Suspension Bridge, Grouse Mountain and Stanley Park. Overnight in Vancouver. Day 3 - Vancouver To Penticton
Scenic drive to Penticton in the Okanagan Valley, known for its lush orchards, beaches and hot, dry climate. Overnight in Penticton. Day 4 - Penticton To Revelstoke
Morning at leisure to enjoy the Okanagan Valley. Then drive past spectacular waterfalls, towering peaks and beautiful lakes en route to the Revelstoke area. Overnight near Revelstoke. Day 5 - Revelstoke To Banff
Drive through Glacier National Park and Rogers Pass en route to the Canadian Rockies. Yoho National Park marks the provincial border and meets Canada’s first national park here. Kicking Horse Pass is sure to be a scenic highlight of the park. Before you continue on to the bustling resort town of Banff, we suggest a visit to Lake Louise. Overnight in Banff. Day 6 - Banff National Park
Entire day is free to tour Banff and the surrounding area. We suggest a visit to Banff Natural History Museum. You may also try river rafting or take a boat tour on Lake Minnewanka. Overnight in Banff. Day 7 - Banff To Jasper
Drive to Jasper via the spectacular Icefields Parkway. We suggest a stop at Peyto Lake en route. Enjoy glorious photo opportunities of snow-capped peaks, waterfalls and alpine meadows as you travel this route considered one of the most scenic drives in the world. Overnight in Jasper. Day 8 - Jasper To Prince George
The Yellowhead Highway meanders past Mount Robson, the highest peak in the Rockies, and descends into the vast forests of northern British Columbia. Follow the northern arm of the Fraser River through the Cariboo Region. Overnight in Prince George. Day 9 - Prince George To Smithers
Travel the rugged wilderness terrain of the interior mountain ranges. Overnight in Smithers. Day 10 - Smithers To Prince Rupert
Follow the scenic Skeena River Valley to the active port city of Prince Rupert. Overnight in Prince Rupert. Day 11 - Prince Rupert To Port Hardy
Enjoy a full-day ocean cruise on board BC Ferries along the British Columbia coastline. The famous Inside Passage cruise terminates in Port Hardy. Overnight in Port Hardy. For departures with the Inside Passage sailings before June 10 and after September 4, the cruise will depart in the afternoon and overnight will be on board the ferry in your selected accommodation type. The cruise will end in the morning at Port Hardy. Day 12 - Port Hardy To Campbell River
Travel the eastern shore of Vancouver Island to Campbell River, a focal point for sport salmon fishing. Overnight in Campbell River. Day 13 - Campbell River To Victoria
Continue along the coast, past quaint seaside towns such as Courtenay, Qualicum Beach, Parksville and Nanaimo. In Duncan, visit the Quw’utsun’ Cultural and Conference Centre and in Chemainus, you can see the famous murals. As you approach Victoria, British Columbia’s capital, you will travel along the scenic Malahat Drive, which affords generous vistas of the water and the Gulf Islands beyond. Overnight in Victoria. Day 14 - Victoria To Vancouver
Before you leave Victoria’s charms and the beauty of the Inner Harbour, we recommend you visit Butchart Gardens, a magnificent display of flowers and shrubs set in an old stone quarry. Enjoy a mini-cruise on BC Ferries guiding you around the many Gulf Islands, through the Strait of Georgia to mainland British Columbia for some last-minute shopping. Overnight near Vancouver International Airport. Day 15 - End Of Tour
Check in at Vancouver International Airport for your departure flight.

Offer Includes

Flights from London Heathrow with British Airways
Airport taxes
14 nights accommodation as per the itinerary
Provincial taxes and federal GST and/or HST.
Ferry on Day 14: Swartz Bay to Tsawwassen.
Inside Passage cruise Prince Rupert to Port Hardy on Day 11.

Meal Plans

  • As per Itinerary