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Day 1 – Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Your vacation begins in Calgary, where the foothills of the Rocky Mountains meet the Great Plains. Calgary is the closest international gateway to both the Canadian Rockies and Glacier Park. Transfer from the Calgary Airport by hotel courtesy shuttle to your hotel. Rooms are available for check-in after 3:00 p.m. Join Caravan for a 7:00 p.m. welcome briefing.
Day 2 – Waterton Park, Lake Cruise
Journey south through Alberta cowboy country to Waterton Lakes National Park, where the Rockies rise dramatically out of the rolling prairies. You are now in the world’s first International Peace Park, formed in 1932 by combining Waterton Lakes Park in Canada with Glacier Park in Montana. Together, these parks form Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, a celebration of the friendship between Canada and the United States. This afternoon you'll enjoy mountain scenery and great photo opportunities on your cruise of Waterton Lake. Then to your lakeshore hotel for a relaxing two night stay. Your hotel is centrally located in Waterton, the undiscovered jewel of Canada. Cafes, bars, shopping, wildlife viewing and nature walks are outside your door. Enjoy dinner. BD
Day 3 – Glacier National Park, Montana
Cross the border into Montana, USA. Today explore the wonders of Glacier National Park. Board the stylish “Red Jammers,” restored vintage touring coaches from the 1930’s (until mid-September). Journey on the spectacular “Going-to-the-Sun” Road into the heart of Glacier National Park (weather and road conditions permitting). See St. Mary’s Lake and the majestic Garden Wall, the cliff forming the central Continental Divide. Look for mountain goats and bighorn sheep at Logan Pass. Enjoy free time at Many Glacier, along the shores of Swiftcurrent Lake (until mid-September). Cross the Canadian border and return to Waterton. B
Day 4 – Banff, Gondola Ride
Head north through the beautiful Kananaskis Valley (road opens June 16th). Arrive in Banff, a vibrant mountain town. Ride the Banff Gondola to the summit of Sulphur Mountain for panoramic views of six mountain ranges. Continue to your hotel in downtown Banff. Enjoy a two night stay surrounded by the wild beauty of 2,500 square mile Banff Park. B
Day 5 – Banff, Bow River Float
On your morning wildlife excursion, drive along the shores of Lake Minnewanka and Two Jack Lake. Stop at Bow River Falls. Weather and river conditions permitting, enjoy a float trip on the scenic Bow River. Wildlife viewing opportunities abound. Return to Banff. Afternoon is at leisure in Banff. Your ideally located Banff hotel is within easy walking distance to restaurants, taverns, shops and galleries. B
Day 6 – Lake Louise, Jasper Park
This morning, visit two beautiful Canadian lakes. First, visit Moraine Lake in the Valley of the Ten Peaks. Then, enjoy a leisurely visit at Lake Louise, filled with turquoise colored water from Victoria Glacier. This afternoon, drive along the world-famous Icefields Parkway to Jasper. Waterfalls, glacier lakes and snow-capped mountains line your drive. The Parkway is home to to elk, moose, bears, goats, sheep and caribou. Enter the vast, unspoiled grandeur of 4,200 square mile Jasper Park, Canada’s largest national park. Enjoy a relaxing two night stay. Dinner is at your lodge on the banks of the Athabasca River. BD
Day 7 – Maligne Lake, Jasper Park
Enjoy a scenic morning drive to glacier-fed Maligne Lake, 14 miles long and ringed by dramatic snow-capped peaks. The road to Maligne Lake has some of the best wildlife viewing in the Canadian Rockies. Look for mountain goat, moose, elk, bear, bighorn sheep, caribou and bald eagles. Next, visit Maligne Canyon. Then, free time to explore Jasper, a charming small town with many shops. Afternoon at leisure to enjoy the natural beauty of Jasper Park. B
Day 8 – Icefields Parkway, Ice Explorer
Another glorious day on the Icefields Parkway, this time travelling south. Each direction offers unique views. Ride across the surface of Columbia Icefield’s Athabasca Glacier on an all-terrain Ice Explorer (weather permitting). The meltwater from the Columbia Icefield feeds streams that flow into three oceans: the Arctic, the Atlantic, and the Pacific. Walk on the Athabasca Glacier. Then, descend to the Great Plains of Canada. Return to Calgary. Farewell dinner. BD
Day 9 – Calgary
The tour ends after breakfast at your hotel. Transfer to the Calgary Airport by hotel courtesy shuttle. Thanks for vacationing with Caravan. B
Glacier Park and Going-To-The-Sun-Highway
During your visit to Glacier National Park, board a world famous “Red Jammer,” the historical red buses that have been a fixture in that park since 1936 (weather and road conditions permitting). Originally built and designed specifically for sightseeing in the National Park System of the United States of America, these 25-foot-long vintage touring coaches were fully restored in 2000 by the Ford Motor Company and are the only remaining buses of their kind in operation today. With a unique canvas roll back top and individual doors for each row, these charming open-air buses are ideal for absorbing the startling beauty of the high mountain peaks, glaciers, waterfalls, and cedar forests that surround the spectacular Going-to-the-Sun-Highway. Keep a lookout for wildlife roaming the mountainsides, including Rocky Mountain Goats. The weather can change at any moment, so be prepared with sunscreen, a tie down or secure hat, and a jacket if the weather is cooler. When the weather gets cooler, warm wool blankets are provided for your laps, but coats and scarves are advisable.
Your stay in Banff includes a ride to the top of Sulphur Mountain on the Banff Gondola. Your four passenger gondola cabin will transport you to the summit at an elevation of 7,486 feet (2,281m) above sea level. The total ride takes just 8 minutes each way. At the summit, you will enjoy 360 degree views of six mountain ranges comprising the heart of the Canadian Rockies from the roof top observation area and view decks. These are some of the most spectacular mountain views in the world and are why the area has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can also explore the Summit Ridge interpretive boardwalk, a 1km long elevated board-walk that leads you along Sulphur Mountain’s summit ridge to the Cosmic Ray Station National Historic Site of Canada, and the historic Sanson’s Meteorological Station.
Bow River Float
During your stay in Banff, you will enjoy a gentle float trip on Canada’s “Jewel of The Rockies", the scenic Bow River. Located just below the Banff townsite, this glacier fed stretch of river winds though forested islands and Rocky cliffs of incredible beauty inside Banff National Park. The Park is home to over 53 species of mammals, such as beaver, elk, coyote, black bear, bighorn sheep, and more, including 260 species birds. Floating along the Bow River is a perfect way to intimately experience Banff's natural mountain beauty. Each raft seats approximately 15 passengers and has an experienced guide. Life jackets are required.
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2020 Departure Dates
|Jun||1**, 3**, 5**, 7*, 9*, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29|
|Jul||1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31|
|Aug||2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30|
|Sep||1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29|
**indicates Super Value date
*indicates Great Value date
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2020 Price Per Person - $U.S.
|Room Type||Super Value||Great Value||Special Value|
|Double||$ 1795||$ 1895||$ 1995|
Plus Taxes and Fees:
Double $399; Triple $387; Single $435
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and to Reserve Space
Caravan’s tours sell out fast! Please call 1-800-CARAVAN or 312-321-9800 before confirming other travel arrangements to verify availability of your preferred departure date. You can reserve space free for up to 3 days, then a $300 deposit per person is due. Full payment is due 60 days prior to departure.
$99 Travel Protection Plan
Caravan’s $99 travel protection plan offers peace of mind if you cancel for any reason whatsoever prior to the departure of the tour. The travel protection plan also includes air, baggage, evacuation and medical coverage.
Airfare is not included or sold by Caravan. Here is a list of some of the airlines that service this tour.
Meals included are shown by:
B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner
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Hotels - listed by day
Hilton Garden Inn
Waterton Park, Canada
Banff Park Lodge
Hilton Garden Inn
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Accommodations in the hotels and lodges are rooms with two beds and private bath or shower. A limited number of single rooms are available. Triple rooms are usually two beds, sometimes with a cot or rollaway.
Days 1, 8 – Calgary
Hilton Garden Inn
Calgary is the gateway to the Canadian Rockies. The Hilton Garden Inn is a five floor mid-rise hotel located in northeast Calgary near the airport. Each of the rooms has all the modern amenities – high speed internet, two phone lines, television, iron & ironing board and hairdryer. The Hilton Garden Inn has room service, a fitness center, a self-service laundry, a restaurant and the Pavilion Lounge.
Days 2, 3 – Waterton Park, Canada
Waterton is a unique Alpine village nestled inside the Canadian Rockies’ Waterton National Park. The Bayshore Inn, beautifully situated on the edge of Waterton Lake, is centrally located in Waterton. The Inn faces Main Street with numerous cafes and bars, and is just steps away from shopping. All of the 70 rooms have a private balcony, coffeemaker and satellite TV. The atmosphere at the Inn is cozy and intimate. The guest rooms and dining facilities offer the latest in luxury and comfort.
Days 4, 5 – Banff
Banff Park Lodge
Banff is surrounded by the spectacular grandeur of the Canadian Rockies. The Banff Park Lodge is a full service hotel ideally located in the heart of Banff. You are one block from the Bow River and just two blocks from Banff Avenue shopping, dining and museums. The hotel has two restaurants, a bar, indoor swimming pool, hot plunge pool and eucalyptus steam room. All guest rooms have balconies or patios. Internet access is available for a fee.
Days 6, 7 – Jasper
Jasper House is located in the heart of beautiful Jasper National Park, in a secluded and peaceful setting along the banks of the Athabasca River. It is sheltered by Whistlers Mountain, home of the Jasper Tramway. Jasper House is the ideal setting in which to enjoy the true Canadian Rockies experience with walking trails leaving from your front door and hiking trails nearby.
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Caravan’s hotel in Calgary, Canada, the Hilton Garden Inn, provides arrival transfers from the Calgary Airport (YYC). Upon exiting outside the baggage claim area proceed to the pillar marked with a yellow #17. Look for the Hilton Garden Inn’s nearby courtesy phone or call the hotel directly: 1-403-717-1999. Please allow up to 20 minutes for the drive. Taxis cost approximately $30 (Canadian Dollars).
U.S. citizens traveling between the United States and Canada must carry a passport, valid for at least six months past your entry date into Canada. Non U.S. citizens, please check your passport and visa requirements. Beginning in 2016, Canada requires non US citizens and Visa exempt foreign visitors to obtain an Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) prior to travel to Canada. This requirement also applies to Permanent Residents of the US (Green Card holders). More information can be found at: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/eta.asp As part of the reservation process, Caravan will collect passport information to facilitate speedier border crossings between Canada and the US on your Glacier Park excursion.
Children under 18 years old, traveling internationally without both parents or legal guardians, should carry a notarized letter of authorization signed by the missing parent(s) or guardian(s). A notarized birth certificate showing only one parent, a parent’s death certificate, or a court order of child custody may also be permissible. Failure to have proper documentation could result in denial of boarding by the airline, due to international child protection laws.
Caravan's hotel in Calgary, Canada, the Hilton Garden Inn, provides departure transfers to the Calgary Airport (YYC) every 45 minutes. Please allow up to 20 minutes for the drive. Taxis cost approximately $30 (Canadian Dollars).
Airfare is not included or sold by Caravan Tours. Here are lists of airlines that service this tour:
|Air Canada, Air North, Airtransat, Alaska Airlines, America West, American Airlines, American Transair, Canadian North, Central Mountain Air, Continental, Delta, Horizon Air, Jetsgo, Lufthansa, Martinair, Monarch Airlines, Peace Air, Quikair, SAS, SkyExpress Airlines, United Airlines, Westjet|
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This is a predominantly casual tour. Casual wear is suggested for sightseeing and daytime travelling. Dress code for most evenings is smart casual.
Back to Top Frequently Asked Questions
What is included in the tour price?
Virtually everything! Hotels, most meals, all of the activities described in the itinerary pages, airport transfers in select cities, gratuities to hotel porters, restaurant staff and local guides. Caravan’s professional Tour Directors and local guides will be with you every step of the way, ensuring a worry free vacation.
What is not included in the tour price?
Prices do not include air travel, country entry or departure fees, airport porter fees, visas, phones, valet, all items of a personal nature, food and beverages not on the regular menu and tips to the Caravan Tour Director and Driver. General fees and taxes are additional and listed separately beneath each tour’s price.
Can your tours be enjoyed by all age groups?
From the dramatic coastlines of Nova Scotia to the tropical rainforests of Costa Rica, Caravan has a tour for every one. Passengers requiring special assistance must be accompanied by an able companion.
How long will each day be?
A well paced and unhurried itinerary is our goal, after all, you are on vacation! Touring days begin and end at reasonable hours and include frequent stops. While the occasional early morning departure is necessary, we do our best to ensure a leisurely vacation.
How large will my group be?
Group sizes will vary depending on the reserved rooms at the hotels and lodges and the capacity of the ships, trains, and motorcoaches used. Usually, the maximum size will range from 36 to 44 passengers.
Are meals included?
Included meals for each tour are listed at the end of each day. Meals are shown by B (breakfast), L (lunch) and D (dinner). All meals in Latin America are included. Most meals are included in the USA and Canada. Full, buffet, or deluxe continental breakfasts are included everywhere. Coffee and tea are provided at all meals. In Latin America, bottled water is provided free on the motorcoach and purified water is provided at the meals. Alcoholic beverages are not included unless specified.
What is the currency exchange rate?
As of November 2010, the Canadian Dollar is worth $0.98 U.S. Dollars.
Back to Top Customer Reviews of our Canadian Rockies & Glacier tour
“This was a totally awesome and magnificent tour. Our first with Caravan and now certainly not our last, we couldn’t be more pleased. It went way above all our expectations. Extremely great value. Most spectacular place we have ever visited with the possible exception of the Grand Canyon. Timing of all the stops was excellent. Day after day we were amazed beyond words by the beauty of the sites visited. Don’t omit any stops. Information, history, stories and jokes from our director were outstanding, the most awesome we have ever had. She helped everyone on our bus in one way or another. I would love to have her on every tour and we would recommend this tour over and over.”Mr. & Mrs. D.G., Greenwood, Indiana
“This was our 7th Caravan tour. Needless to say, we keep coming back because we have great experiences on Caravan tours. Our lives are enriched on every tour by the places we visit and by the people we meet. The places we went, the things we saw, and the activities we experienced fulfilled my expectations for this trip. In every direction, the scenery was stunning...so beautiful. There were plenty of great activities such as the float on the Bow River, walking on the glacier, the cruise to Goat Haunt and the Peace Park, the gondola in Banff, the Red Jammer tour in Glacier...everything. Yet, there was enough time to explore on our own.”Mr. C.R., Lebanon, Pennsylvania
“This tour was so much fun and sold us on Caravan. This was our first Caravan tour following multiple trips with numerous other companies, including a previous one to the Canadian Rockies with another company. For the money, the Caravan Tour is a thorough and very enjoyable tour, good accommodations and an excellent value. Couldn’t believe what quality we got for such a low cost! As each day passed, the sights became more and more impressive, the mountains higher and more snow capped, culminating in the Columbia Icefield. Despite the cold, we were so happy that our director did everything on our itinerary. He was our all time favorite tour guide. So well-organized, professional, amiable and well-versed in the Canadian Rockies. Every day had its special moments, a complete itinerary. We had a wonderful time! We were pleased with every accommodation where we stayed. Great accommodations for comfort, accessibility, and service. Loved the Jasper House cabins and Banff Lodge.”Mr. & Mrs. W.H., Berea, Ohio
“A very refreshing, nature-filled trip. Excellent, beautiful scenery was absolutely breathtaking. In AWE of the views at Lake Moraine and Lake Louise. Although the weather was not typical for the time of our visit, we loved every bit of the variety of cold, snow, rain, and sun that we experienced. Loved the Red Jammer Road to the Sun. River rafting in the snow was fabulous. Glacier field was breathtaking. Ample time for rest and photo stops of views to have as cherished memories of this tour.”Mr. & Mrs. D.W., Vacherie, Louisiana
“A special family trip to celebrate my husband’s retirement. Loved the tour in full. The best trip I have ever taken. Just loved it. Our sightseeing and activities could not have been better. The Rockies were great. I enjoyed every activity and this is why I chose Caravan Canadian Rockies tour. Each day just got better and better. Everyday we kept saying “can’t get any better” and every day we were wrong. Just gorgeous. We got to see a lot but didn’t feel rushed, it was just right. The trip was broken up and we were able to stretch when tired of traveling. Our director was exceptional. The added knowledge of the area complemented each and every sight that we got to see. Words cannot begin to express our director’s expertise and his presentational skills, the best ever. I will use Caravan again.”Mrs. & Mr. S.L., Murrysville, Pennsylvania
“It was our first Caravan tour. We were amazed at how smoothly it all went. We were awestruck by the scenery and by the friendly ambiance of our travel group. We were glad to have walking available to whatever extent we wanted or could manage. Loved the wide range of offerings, rafting, gondola, Red Jammer ride, awesome scenery, seeing the stampede grounds. Excellent to have rotation of seats!! A smooth, expertly ride with local info and a tidy coach, our driver was a true gentleman. A very wide range of places to stay and something for everyone in the group, well done!”Mr. & Mrs. P.W., Polo, Illinois
“Without a doubt, this was the best tour I have been on. Worth every dollar. The sights were the most beautiful I have ever seen and the stops, attractions, guides, free time, and overall schedule was just perfect. Perfect selection of activities and free time. Where to start! The cruise on Waterton Lake and dinner with friends was great. Our guide on the boat did a great job explaining everything we were seeing. The Red Jammer ride and Sun Highway and everything associated with that day was absolutely amazing. The drivers were outstanding and the scenery and wildlife was breathtaking. While we experienced fog going up Sulphur Mountain on the gondola, the views at the top were out of this world. Then the fog lifted and what a sight! All the other stops like Lake Louise and the many waterfalls were great additions to the trip. I would have not wanted to miss any of them. We saw so much more than I expected and I think because of the way our TD managed the tour and the group, we all developed personal relationships with each other early on in the tour and the entire group worked together to make sure no one was left out. Everything went just like clockwork and we had nothing to think about except to enjoy and take in the beauty of the country. Leave the work to Caravan! Another great tour, thanks!!”Mr. W.S., Dayton, Ohio
“Absolutely marvelous. Thoroughly planned and executed, the trip was awesome in every way! Every activity was wonderful, the sightseeing extraordinary. We have never been on a trip where every turn had scenery that never ended. The most consistently beautiful scenery we have ever seen. Every stop was well-used, rest was perfectly timed. This trip was an incredible value for the cost involved. Lots of credit to our director and driver for being so positive about Caravan and its people.”Mr. & Mrs. R.B., Berwyn, Pennsylvania
“The Canadian Rockies are so very beautiful and it was wonderful to be able to experience the beauty. It was great staying in the Banff Park Lodge in the middle of the tour. We were very happy with the trip. It was a great vacation and we’d go on another Caravan tour for sure.”Mrs. N.H., Pittsford, New York
“This was truly an amazing trip that I will remember forever and have already recommended to several friends. I loved everything! The highlights for me personally would have to be the Red Jammer tour, the lakeshore hotel, the raft ride in Banff, Columbia Icefields, and the wildlife. Loved the nature talk in Jasper, it was great. It was all more than I expected, simply amazing.”Mrs. S.W., Tampa, Florida
“This was my favorite Caravan tour I have taken, this was my fifth now. There was so much to see and experience. Everytime I turned around there was a ‘wow’ moment. Our director was a wealth of information and she seemed to truly love this region. I really loved the way we slowed down for animals and landforms that were spotted, amazing. Each hotel was unique and special.”Ms. A.M., Dayton, Ohio
“I would never hesitate to go on another Caravan tour or recommend to others. Plenty of time to do what was offered and take breaks. The hotels exceeded expectations. More than I could have imagined. Banff was lovely and in Jasper, I could reach out and touch an elk. I don’t have the words to express my joy. I’m still annoyingly happy two weeks later. Great job!”Ms. A.P., King Of Prussia, Pennsylvania
“This is my second tour with Caravan Tours and the second was just as good as the first. There was not as much red in Canada as there was on the Grand Canyon tour, but then again the height and beauty of the Canadian Rockies is a whole different world. It was hard to compare the two. Both had their own beauty.”Mr. & Mrs. G.H., Portsmouth, Rhode Island
“I didn't think I would ever take a guided tour. However, I am so glad that I did. This was a great trip. I would travel with Caravan again.”Ms. S.C., San Bruno, California
“I am not a tour person. We always travel independently or with private guides and drivers. Last December we decided to give Caravan a try and we did the Panama trip. We really enjoyed it, so decided to go again on the Canadian Rockies. I have been all over the world and seen many amazing things but I have NEVER experienced the jaw-dropping scenery that is the Canadian Rockies! I will never forget them. Magical, mysterious, awe-inspiring. Really could not get enough of those magnificent Rockies! Enjoyed the Banff gondola and really liked the free time in Banff. Waterton was a nice quiet town that I enjoyed. Really liked the morning tour through Calgary, saw some interesting architecture. Nice to be in one place for two nights, you have the freedom to stay in town or relax. Our director was nothing short of awesome. Thank you for sharing this with us. Now I think I will have to travel with you to Guatemala, a good way to see the pyramids of Tikal and some lovely countryside. Your tours are very well-priced for all we get to see and do. Keep up the good work!”Mrs. C.W., Pitman, New Jersey
“The sightseeing and activities were even better than we thought! I still can't believe we did so much in such a short time, but we did not feel stressed. It was great! Thank you all at Caravan, because you put so much thought into what would make this a great tour. We really loved it and would do it all over again in a minute! Well, maybe next year! Thanks.”Mr. & Mrs. H.C., Port St. Lucie, Florida
“This tour far exceeded anything I expected. I cannot say enough wonderful things about this trip, the beauty of the country and our very special tour director and driver and their attention to our safety and well-being. Your TD and driver both receive my utmost thanks for their performance during our adventure at the icefields. It is at times like that the true character and skills of people really show and we had two of the best. They speak well of your company. Many thanks and I will make sure everyone I talk to knows of the quality of your company.”Ms. J.R., Henderson, Nevada
“The most beautiful sights we had ever experienced. The natural scenery of the Canadian Rockies was amazing. Just the right amount of activities. We always felt comfortable and we had many opportunities for beautiful pictures.”Mr. R.S., Irvine, California
“This was our first Caravan tour. All in all, the tour was more than I expected. Our driver was amazing and our director was terrific, always clear, concise and very approachable and I enjoyed our time together. The highlight was of course the scenery, spectacular. I was expecting that, but I had no idea how fun the activities would be. The was a special event each day. The boat on the Waterton Lake, the Jammer in Glacier, the gondola in Banff, the raft on the Bow River, the glaciers in Jasper. All hikes and tours were exceptional. We saw big horned sheep, black bear, white-tailed deer, mule deer, elk, moose, grizzly bear, bald eagles, silver foxes, white pelicans. We learned about glaciers and bear grass. We learned how glacier flour colors the waters of the lake. Every day there was something new. Each day there was a coach ride, always with some information from our TD, outside activities, including all the planned activities, choices for hikes and short walks at sites and free time to explore on our own, and shopping. It gave a little rhythm to each day, perfectly intertwined and suited me perfectly. Thank you so much!!”Mr. & Mrs. M.S., San Francisco, California
“Wonderful. Our first tour and I would do it again. I cannot think of one negative about this trip. Our director was wow, wow, wow. Kept us on time and the ball rolling, great and very knowledgeable. We were very happy to see many animals. The activities were good and very enjoyable. Loved shopping in Banff. We made some great friends and have many memories to share and remember. Thanks for the memories!”Mr. & Mrs. M.R., Montgomery, Texas
“Breathtaking, exciting, interesting and just amount of stops and scenery and experience, all were wonderful. This is the best tour I’ve ever been on and I plan to do all tours with Caravan. It was the most perfect! Coach was extremely clean, pretty, and comfortable too.”Ms. V.S., Spring Hill, Florida
“My wife and I were a bit concerned about a pre-planned tour. Our feeling was that we might feel rushed at the tour stops. We were both pleasantly surprised at the freedom we had and at the quality of the accommodations. Not enough words for all the for all the sights. Suffice it to say...beautiful, astounding, and breathtaking.”Mr. E.G., Round Rock, Texas
“Phenomenal sightseeing in Alberta. Appreciate the variety of activities and the very impressive sightseeing in beautiful nature. Quality meals in taste and variety. Wonderful customer service. The people who worked with us by phone before the trip were excellent communicators during the planning of our adventure. Thank you Caravan for your attention to detail in organizing a comprehensive experience when you organize your trips.”Drs. R.S & L.S., Jacksonville, Oregon
“This was our second Caravan trip and definitely won’t be our last. Even though we’ve been the youngest couple on both of our trips, we have loved every minute of the trips. Everything was fantastic! We loved how busy and fun-filled the tours are. Definitely nothing we would have considered doing on our own because of price but we are so glad they were included in this trip. There wasn’t much downtime, but some is a good thing. Being able to go off and hike on your own is how you see some of the best things. Our days felt like they were so full, yet we had plenty of time to hike and do things on our own. Great balance.”Mr. & Mrs. Z.P., Norwalk, Ohio
“Our first Caravan tour and we really enjoyed it! It was wonderful that so many activities were included in the tour price. We loved the beautiful scenery and all the lakes. Float trip was awesome. The trip to the glacier at Icefield was also great. The provided breakfasts were very good as were the dinners. We enjoyed all the hotels. It was fun staying in some more quaint places such as the Jasper Bungalows. Seeing the elk there was priceless and the staff were so nice and friendly. I also appreciated moving around on the coach, it was an opportunity to meet more people each day. Our TD had such a knowledge base on geology, wildlife, history, and geography.”Mrs. J.F., Madison, Wisconsin These are only the first 25 reviews of this tour... Read all 186 Reviews »