Canada

From Snow-Capped Peaks to Colonial Charm

From the colonial charms of British Columbia to the dramatic wilderness, alpine lakes, and snow-capped peaks of the Canadian Rockies, you’ll enjoy some of Canada’s most extraordinary destinations. In Calgary, immerse yourself in big-city energy in the Rocky Mountain foothills. Deeper in the Rockies, Banff and Jasper sit within the boundaries of Canada’s oldest and wildest National Parks. In the heart of Banff National Park, the shimmering jade-green Lake Louise is the centerpiece of a dramatic alpine setting, complete with glacier-capped peaks. And in Vancouver and Victoria the breathtaking scenery surrounds garden sanctuaries and cultural attractions.

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FAIRMONT HOTELS AND RESORTS

On a Canadian Rockies Cruisetour you’ll stay almost exclusively at Fairmont Hotel & Resorts. From Loire Valley chateau, to a Scottish baronial, or a gentlemen’s hunting lodge, each property is a reflection of its setting. The hotelier has thoughtfully restored these landmarks to their original glory and carefully upgraded them, so you enjoy the finest accommodations, with all the modern amenities.

Banff

Banff is home to the most awe-inspiring scenery in the Canadian Rockies. After a tour of Banff’s most picturesque lookouts, board the Banff Gondola and enjoy a ride up Sulphur Mountain – don’t forget your camera to capture the panoramic mountain vistas.

Calgary

One of Canada’s biggest and fastest growing cities, Calgary is well-known for its rugged frontier spirit, but it’s also becoming a mecca of arts and culture. Enjoy sightseeing, shopping, and an ascent to the top of the Calgary Tower for incredible views.

Jasper

A nature lover’s dream, Jasper National Park is one of Canada’s largest collections of national treasures: lakes, mountains, forests, and valleys. This low-key mountain town offers exceptional dining and endless outdoor activities for those looking to get in touch with their surroundings.

Lake Louise

Internationally recognized for its stunning turquoise blue waters at the base of majestic mountains, Lake Louise was once known as Emerald Lake. Today, it’s one of Canada’s best-loved destinations, and has come to be known as “The Jewel of the Rockies”.

Vancouver

Canada’s third-largest city is an exciting blend of cultures, neighborhoods, and must-see sights. Stroll the historic Gastown district, spend an afternoon exploring Stanley Park, relax on the beaches of English Bay, or ride to the top of the Lookout Tower for unmatched views.

Victoria

This historic and picturesque city lives up to its name, with a distinctly Victorian flair at every turn. Discover Butchart Gardens, a botanical garden that’s home to more than one million plants in a formal garden setting, and don’t forget to enjoy a classic high tea after exploring the historic downtown district.

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