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An Invitation To Nature's Pristine Beauty.
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Prime Attractions In Canada
The Jewels of North America The Canadian Rockies - offer some of the world's most dramatic scenery. Serene Lakes, sparkling streams, tumbling waterfalls, forested valleys, flowered meadows and above all the mountains in all their glory. Travel deep into the interiors of the beautiful British Columbia and Alberta by Rocky Mountainner or Via Rail or by road, & explore the National Parks of Banff and Jasper that are nestled amidst an array of natural wonders. 'Awesome' - get that feeling as you soar above trees in the Banff Gondola and step onto the observation deck at 7486 feet. If being in the mountains isn't enough then get above them in sightseeing flights that would take you to the towering peaks, cascading falls and surreal ice fields that are otherwise inaccessible. Get obsessed admiring the spectacular Lake Louise the emerald of the Rockies and the abode of the Grizzly and the Black bear. Travel on the world famous Ice Fields Parkway offering picture postcard scenery & ride the Ice Explorer on the 400-year-old Athabasca Glacier. Savor the cruise on the renowned Maligne Lake with a visit to the legendary Spirit Island and try wine tasting in the wineries of the Okanagan Valley.
Eastern Canada :
The French speaking Quebec & Montreal on the North Atlantic are one of the most historic and beautiful cities in North America. The Chateau Frontenac Quebec's most distinctive landmark, the Old walled city with narrow winding streets, historic stone buildings overlooking the magnificient and Historic St. Lawerence River make Quebec one of the popular and romantic venues. Montreal, known for its architectural grandiose is more striking since the city began lighting strategic features at night. Explore the old Montreal unique old quarter, narrow cobbled streets lined with 17th century French buildings, and the breathtaking interiors of the Notre-Dame Basilica. A visit to the neighboring four-season resort of Mt. Tremblant is awe-inspiring. A journey to America would be incomplete without a visit to the legendary Niagara Falls. The haunting view 520 feet above the churning waters of the Niagara gorge at the Skylon Tower & the world famous boat ride on the Maid of the Mist past the American falls and right upto the base of the horseshoe falls for an amazing view of the roaring waters realizes the dream of a lifetime vacation.
Vancouver :
Surrounded by Snow-capped mountain peaks, wide beaches, bordering bays and inlets of the Pacific Ocean, Lush green forests and enchanting floral displays. No wonder Vancouver is celebrated as one of the world's most beautiful cities. Visitors and locals alike love to explore her beauty by walking, biking, sailing, golfing, and skiing her terrain - sometimes all in one day! Art galleries and museums. Theatre, sports extravaganzas and a vibrant club scene. With approximately 148 parks within the city, Vancouver is alive with natural color at all times of the year. The One Thousand acre Stanley Park is an oasis in the center of the city offering beaches, wooden trails, and enough scenic views to fill an album.
Natural Surroundings, Superb shopping, Luxurious spas, Great cuisine, ethnic bistros and the great waterfront cafes make Vancouver a world-class city with so much to see and do.
Vancouver Sight Seeing :
A beautiful ½ day tour which shall take you to the Art District, Sport Venues, China Town, the Old Vancouver where you walk on the cobbled pathway of the famous Gas town and check your time with the clock, Robson street, The 1000 acre Stanley Park where you see with the Totem Poles at the and Brockton Point & spectacular views of the ocean at Prospect Point, The English bay, Queen Elizabeth Park, The prestigious Shaughnessy Estates, Granville Island, The Lookout for a spectacular view of Vancouver high atop Harbour center Towers.
Victoria & Butchart Gardens :
On the western edge of Canada, lies Vancouver Island, with the city of Victoria its choice destination for visitors from around the world. The name evokes a forgotten age. Watch the horse drawn carriages trotting around the Inner Harbour alive with street entertainers, & the Historic 19th century stone architecture.
This genteel city reflects the refined sensibilities of Victorian England, but shares the best of our modern world. Because of Vancouver Island's abundance of Wilderness, wild Life and beautiful scenery it is renowned as a gateway for those people who are looking for recreation, relaxation and adventure. The waters surrounding Victoria and the Gulf and San Juan Islands are home to a wealth of Wild Life: seals, sealions, dolphins, bald eagles and killer whales. Stroll through the 20hectares (50Acres) of Italian, Japanese, sunken, rose and other gardens ablaze with roses, tulips, daffodils and other gorgeous blooms.
Whale Watching :
Departing from Victoria's Inner Harbour, our expeditions explore coastal waters in search of killer whales and other marine wildlife. Close encounters with these magnificent ocean predators are common from April through October as migrating salmon return from the open sea. Expeditions are led by an experienced guide/naturalist, knowledgeable with regard to Canada's marine environment and its inhabitants.
In addition to Killer whales, the cool clear nutrient-rich sea supports an astonishing animal ecosystem. Here you will also find Gray Whales, Humpback Whales, Minke Whales, Dolphins, Porpoises, and Harbour Seals, Elephant Seals, Sea lions, Eagles, sea birds and many other fascinating aquatic creatures.
Grouse Mountain :
Just 15mins from downtown, Grouse Mountain is Vancouver's biggest four-season attraction. The adventure begins as one-steps into the Super Sky ride to take in the panoramic vistas of the mountain top experience. Visit the Grouse Mountain Refuge for endangered wildlife which is currently home to Grinder and Coola, two orphaned grizzly bear cubs then enjoy the always entertaining the world famous Lumber Jack Show.
Capilano Suspension Bridge :
Awarded Canada's National Tourism excellence Award, Capilano suspension bridge is breathtakingly suspended 230 feet above and 450 feet across the Capilano River. Walk beneath the towering evergreens, spectacular scenery and majestic totem poles. All this is just 10 minutes away from Downtown Vancouver.
Whistler :
In the Coast Mountains of British Colombia, & a 2-hour incredibly scenic drive on the Sea to Sky Highway from Vancouver lies the world-class mountain resort of Whistler. Whatever season you choose to visit, the natural surroundings provide a feast for eyes and a wealth of activities for all ages and all interests. Whistler is not only famous for its snow mobiling, sleigh riding, snowshoeing and helisking but also for its challenging wilderness trails by mountain bike, white river rafting, jet boating, canoeing and kayaking. Whistler - Host for 2010 winter Olympics is also famous for its best golf resorts in the world. No doubt a Ski Magazine rated it the no. 1 resort in North America.
Prime Attractions In Alaska
Alaska - The Final Frontier. Imagine your vacation in Alaska for one moment. Your delight when you spot a grizzly bear with a cub or two in the heart of the Denali National Park or take a scenic Helicopter ride over the crystal glaciers for a Dog sled tour in the Kenai Peninsula. That instant when the silence of a misty fjord is shattered by a pod of giant humpback whales, breaching high into the air, then crashing back against the sea. While your floatplane lands over crystal glaciers for a dog sled tour, you catch a glimpse of some sparkling curtains of lights, apparently dancing across the dark sky, remember This is Alaska. A Lifetime adventure. Choose from wildlife viewing, sea kayaking and guided glacier hikes. Those who visit , can't help marveling at the exotic wildlife, magnificent mountains, glacier-carved valleys and steep, rocky coastline Alaska has to offer.
Anchorage :
The largest city in Alaska with lots to see wildlife viewing, glaciers, mountains, northern lights, recreation and adventure, as well as the urban pleasures of fine dining, arts, cultural attractions and more. Experience the Anchorage culture. Explore Alaska's unique heritage and discover the beauty of “The Last Frontier.” Anchorage is the crossroads for Alaska where gold rush adventurers met Russian and Native culture, where a tent city in the wilderness blossomed into the state's largest city, and where folks can still pan for gold and learn about Alaska's pioneers. For a great introduction to native Alaskan culture, visit the Alaska Native Heritage Center. Opened in 1999, this wonderful, state-of-the-art center features theaters, exhibitions, artists and artisans, a smokehouse, a carving center, and traditional village structures.
Time permitting, visit the Resolution Park for a breathtaking view of the Talkeetna and the snow-covered Alaska Range. Learn about the Northern Lights, oil exploration, bears, and other local features at the Imaginarium. This award-winning, hands-on science center is great for kids and adults alike.
Talkeetna :
The town of Talkeetna is located approximately 115 road miles north of Anchorage, about 14 miles off the Parks Highway at the end of the Talkeetna Spur Road. The town is also the main staging area for climbers waiting to start their Mt. McKinley ascents, and the Talkeetna area is probably the best location on the highway or rail system to view “the Mountain”. The area also offers visitors the chance to experience some true Alaskan small-town flavor, yet offers easy access and a number of nice lodging choices.
Denali :
Without doubt, the main attraction in Denali is Denali National Park - in fact, it ranks as Alaska's most popular destination A home to North America's highest mountain, Mt. McKinley, towering over 20,300 feet tall, The 6 million acre of pure wilderness will gives you best opportunities to see Alaska's wildlife such as grizzly bear, moose, wolves, Dall sheep, caribou. A Tundra Wilderness Tour is an excellent way to see the Park and the towering Mt. Mckinley. You could also Go white-water rafting, an exciting adventure and a great way to see the park from a different perspective.
Fairbanks :
Located in the heart of interior Alaska 370 road miles north of Anchorage, about eight hours by car. Fairbanks is Alaska's second largest city with over 80,000 residents in the greater Fairbanks area. Located near the confluence of the Tanana and Chena Rivers, the town sits just 200 miles south of Artic Circle. It was originally founded in the early 1900's as a trading post serving stern-wheeler riverboats and early gold prospectors. The town still plays a vital supply role in Alaska due to its proximity to the Arctic region and North Slope oil fields.
Here you can pan for gold, take a leisurely cruise down the Chena River or take off on an amazing Arctic Circle Flightseeing Tour or visit the Inupiat Eskimo village of Barrow.
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Right from planning our Tour at your office till its completion at Calgary, our programme was very well organized. Hotels, Guides, Sightseeing, transportation very well arranged. Yes you were right Vegetarian meals (continental style) were available through out and we did enjoy them. Jasper Pizza offers good veg. varieties.
Dr. Narendra Mehta
Ghatkopar, Mumbai
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