With world-famous stunning rocky mountain scenery, a vacation to Banff National Park is a bucket list trip for many travelers. Planning a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Banff is easy when a luxury tour operator takes care of all the details. Make your trip to Banff relaxing and memorable by traveling in style with one of these four luxury tours to Banff.
With these four luxury tours to Banff, you will not only see some of the most scenic spots in Banff, but you will also enjoy accommodations at some of the most iconic hotels in Canada. All four of these luxury vacation tours to Banff include a stay at the Award-Winning Banff Springs Hotel.
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The Spirit Of The Rockies Tour showcases the best mountain scenery in British Columbia and Vancouver. This 10-day luxury tour includes a 2-day train ride through the mountains from Vancouver to Alberta, where you explore Banff and Jasper – the top two national parks in Canada.
The Spirit of the Rockies tour not only showcases the best coastal and mountain scenery in Western Canada, but it also includes stays at five of the most iconic luxury hotels in the region.
Of all the luxury tours to Banff featured here, the Spirit of the Rockies tour has the finest selection of luxury accommodations in Western Canada.
Spend an amazing week exploring the top Canadian national parks in the Canadian Rockies. Travel in style on the Great Resorts Of The Canadian Rockies Tour with stays at luxury Fairmont hotels in Banff, Jasper and Lake Louise.
This luxury Banff tour gives guests the opportunity to go on a guided walk through Maligne Canyon in Jasper.
How can you make the Great Resorts of the Canadian Rockies tour even better? Add A Train Trip From Banff To Vancouver on the luxury Rocky Mountaineer train!
The first 6 days of the Great Resorts of the Canadian Rockies with Rocky Mountaineer tour are identical to the luxury Banff tour described above. Instead of going home, your journey continues westward by train on day 7:
Canada’s first and most famous national park. Enjoy stunning Rocky Mountain scenery with visits to Lake Louise, Moraine Lake and more.
Top Banff Luxury Tour Stops:
Moraine Lake: Chances are that if you’ve seen a promotional picture for Banff National Park, it was taken at Moraine Lake – the Jewel of the Rockies. Resting beneath the Valley of the 10 Peaks, the beauty of Moraine Lake is beyond description.
Lake Louise: If any place could wrestle the title of “most scenic place in Banff National Park” away from Moraine Lake, it would be Lake Louise. Surrounded by rocky peaks and resting at the foot of the massive Victoria Glacier, the vivid turquoise waters of Lake Louise must be seen to be believed.
Surprise Corner: A popular viewpoint in the Town of Banff where you can see both the Bow Falls and the world-famous Banff Springs Hotel.
Bow Falls: A wide and powerful waterfall along the Bow River.
Peyto Lake: A glacier fed mountain lake along the Icefields Parkway with incredibly vibrant blue water.
Sharing the same incredible mountain scenery as Banff (its neighbor to the south), Jasper is Canada’s second most visited national park.
Top Jasper Tour Stops:
Icefields Parkway: The road which connects Banff and Jasper, the Icefields Parkway has been named one of the Top 10 Scenic Roads in the World.
Athabasca Glacier: The most visited glacier in North America, the Athabasca Glacier is one of the six toes of the massive Columbia Icefield.
Maligne Lake: The largest natural lake in the Canadian Rockies, Maligne Lake is home to Spirit Island, one of the most photographed spots in Jasper National Park.
Maligne Canyon: A short interpretive hike around deep & narrow limestone canyon.
A stunning rocky mountain Canadian National Park hugging the Canada / USA border. Waterton is best known for its beautiful chain of lakes surrounded by rugged mountains.
Nestled in-between Calgary and Banff is Kananaskis Country, a collection of Alberta provincial parks. This mountain park has mountain scenery rivalling Banff National Park, without the crowds, making it popular with locals.
A stunning rocky mountain national park in Montana, USA. Together, Glacier National Park and Waterton National Park are the world’s first International Peace Park.
Top Glacier National Park Tour Stops:
Going-to-the-Sun Road: A scenic mountain road through Glacier National Park. This winding mountain road crosses the Continental Divide through Logan Pass.
A hidden gem, the Kootenay National Park joins the Banff and Jasper national parks as a component of the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site.
A cosmopolitan city of 1.3 million people, Calgary is the gateway to Banff National Park. Calgary was the host city of the 1988 Winter Olympic Games and is home to the world-famous Calgary Stampede.
Top Calgary Tour Stops:
Head-Smashed-In-Buffalo-Jump: This dramatic buffalo jump used by the Blackfoot people is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A charming small mountain city within the British Columbia interior. Sun Peaks is a pedestrian-only, European style village in the mountains near Kamloops.
Surrounded by the ocean and towering mountains, Vancouver is Canada’s most beautiful city.
A co-host city of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, Whistler is a stunning mountain resort just two hours north of Vancouver.
Known for its outdoor activities and Victorian architecture, Victoria enjoys Canada’s mildest climate.
Top Banff Springs Hotel Deal
Are you an Albertan looking for a staycation in the Rocky Mountains? The Banff Springs Alberta Resident Rate offers locals up to a 30% discount on room rates!
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