18 Night Ultimate Alaska & Canada Combination - Southbound on Radiance of the Seas from Seward, Alaska Juneau, Alaska Flowers Nature Mountains
The 18 Night Ultimate Alaska & Canada Combination - Southbound from Seward, Alaska visits Seward, Alaska; Hubbard Glacier, Alaska; Juneau, Alaska; Skagway, Alaska; Icy Strait Point, Alaska; Ketchikan, Alaska; Inside Passage, Canada; Vancouver, British Columbia; Explore our cruise itineraries and choose from a variety of rooms depending on your needs and budget. Start planning your next cruise vacation by selecting a destination and departure port.
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18 Night Ultimate Alaska & Canada Combination - Southbound
Itinerary Overview
Explore Radiance of the Seas
Day 1 - 7 - Pre-Tour
Day 7 - Seward, Alaska
Day 8 - Hubbard Glacier, Alaska
Day 9 - Juneau, Alaska
Day 10 - Skagway, Alaska
Day 11 - Icy Strait Point, Alaska
Day 12 - Ketchikan, Alaska
Day 13 - Inside Passage, Canada
Day 14 - Vancouver, British Columbia
Day 14 - 19 - Post-Tour
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Juneau, Alaska Flowers Nature Mountains
Beautiful pink vibrant flowers on the mountain side of Juneau, Alaska
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18 Night Ultimate Alaska & Canada Combination - Southbound

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Seward, Alaska
Radiance of the Seas
Day Port
1 - 7
Seward, Alaska
Departs at 8:00 PM
Hubbard Glacier, Alaska
Sightseeing from 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Juneau, Alaska
From 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Skagway, Alaska
From 7:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Icy Strait Point, Alaska
From 6:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Ketchikan, Alaska
From 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Inside Passage, Canada
Vancouver, British Columbia
Arrives at 7:00 AM
14 - 19
*Port sequence may vary by sailing date.
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Your ship Radiance of the Seas

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Radiance of the Seas
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Radiance of the Seas
A five-course epicurean extravaganza at Chef's Table. A stage-side spectacular of song and dance in City of Dreams. Movies by the pool and mini golf right on deck. Radiance of the Seas® transports you to far-off discoveries on land and at sea.


Adventure is waiting around every corner onboard Radiance of the Seas®. Join a game of mini golf or reach new heights on the Rock Climbing Wall. Then unwind with a movie on the poolside screen or check into Vitality℠ at Sea Spa and Fitness Center.


Prepare to fuel up on fare that's as thrilling as the destinations you'll visit, like authentic Tuscan flavors at Giovanni's Table and exotic Asian eats at Izumi. For contemporary steakhouse dining with a twist, head to Chops Grille℠. Or sit down to a five-course culinary journey at Chef's Table.


Ready to be dazzled? The celestial show City of Dreams takes you from Atlantis to Venice, while Piano Man revisits memory lane with classics on the keys. And throughout the ship, you'll find performances by onboard guest entertainers, from piano sing-alongs at the Schooner Bar to live jams at the English Pub.

Day 1 - 7:

Day 1 - 7
Pre Tour
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Denali, Alaska National Park Mountains
National Park with Mountains in the Background
Pre Tour Day 1
From the airport, your transfer (included) brings you to your hotel to meet your Adventure Specialist. The Golden Heart City, with its lively summer ambience, is then yours to explore. Overnight at Pike’s Waterfront Lodge.
Alaska Fairbanks Scenic Highway Glacier
Alaska Fairbanks Scenic Highway Glacier
Pre Tour Day 2
Fairbanks / Denali
Discover local heritage and culture while cruising the Chena River on an old-fashioned sternwheeler, then board the deluxe motor coach for the scenic drive to Denali. From 4:30 p.m., Denali is yours to explore. Your Adventure Specialist can recommend optional activities, from guided hikes to adventures like flightseeing or rafting down the Nenana River. Overnight at Denali Park Village.
Pre Tour Day 3
Spend the day in Denali National Park traveling into the unspoiled wilderness on the lookout for wildlife on the Denali Natural History Tour. Afterwards, your time is your own. Peruse the exhibits at the museum-like visitor center, stroll the trails or relax back at the lodge. Overnight at Denali Park Village.
Pre Tour Day 4
Denali / Talkeetna
Enjoy more of the outdoors in Denali before boarding the glass-domed cars of the Wilderness Express for the train journey to Talkeetna. From 5:30 p.m., enjoy free time in Alaska’s funkiest small town, whose historic main street is lined with roadhouse restaurants, cafes, brew pubs and unique shops. Overnight at Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge.
Alaska, Train Tours
Glass Dome Rail Train in Alaska
Pre Tour Day 5
Talkeetna / Anchorage
Spend the day discovering Talkeetna’s spectacular setting. Take an optional flight sight seeing excursion to the mountain, or visit Talkeetna Lakes Park, home to otters and other animals. Then in the late afternoon, board the Wilderness Express for the trip to Alaska’s big city. From 8:00 p.m., experience Anchorage’s unique nightlife: restaurants, craft breweries and city trails are abuzz in the evening sunlight. Overnight at the Anchorage Marriott.
Pre Tour Day 6
Anchorage / Seward
The day begins with a guided visit of the acclaimed Anchorage Museum and a brief city tour. Then enjoy free time downtown for lunch, shopping and exploring on your own, before the deluxe motor coach takes you along the Chugach Mountains to the coast. From 5:00 p.m., the historic port town of Seward is yours to discover. Stroll the historic downtown, one of Alaska’s oldest communities, or hike a trail that is so close to a glacier, you can hear the ice crackling. Overnight at Seward Windsong Lodge.
Pre Tour Day 7
Seward / Cruise
Enjoy a relaxing morning before heading to Seward’s small-boat harbor, where you’ll take the Resurrection Bay Wildlife Cruise, exploring the coastal habitats that support birds, marine life and land animals. Bid your Adventure Specialist goodbye at the pier where you’ll board the ship.

Day 7: Seward, Alaska

Day 7
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Seward Alaska Houses Along Mountain Oceanfront Views
Seward Alaska oceanfront view with snow mountain in the background.
Things to do in
Departs at 8:00 PM
Sandwiched between towering Mount Marathon and glistening Resurrection Bay, the small town of Seward is surrounded by breathtaking scenery and action-packed adventure. Downtown’s Main Street houses a cluster of historic buildings decked out in colorful murals— and its Kenai Peninsula backyard serves as a spectacular outdoor playground. Hit the water for kayaking to tidewater caves, or go flightseeing over bright-blue Exit Glacier. You can hike Caines Head Trail’s pebbled beaches and mountain bike Lost Lake Trail’s alpine valleys. In Seward you’ll discover authentic native cultures, thrilling sport fishing, expansive icefields and all-out adventure— no matter which direction you turn.
Seward Alaska Sealife Center Sea Lions Marine Life
Seward Alaska's marine life is full of sea lions


Enter the world-class Alaska SeaLife Center for a “window to the sea” where puffins, giant Pacific octopuses, Steller sea lions and colorful fish swim. Hold sea anemones and starfish in touch tanks — or watch salmon splash their way up a fish ladder from an outdoor observation platform.
Insider tip
When encountering a bear in the wild it’s best to keep your distance and make your presence known.
Seward Alaska Kayaking Kenai Fjord National Park Wilderness Outdoor Activities
Kayaking the breathtaking Fjord national park on the Kenai Peninsula.


Explore Kenai Fjords National Park, over 600,000 acres of wilderness chock-full of tidewater glaciers, Alaskan wildlife, and outdoor activities galore. From hiking backwoods trails to bicycling mountain pathways, kayaking icy waters and beach combing rocky shorelines, this park encompasses the best of Alaskan scenery and adventure.
Insider tip
Keep bug repellent on hand to avoid mosquitoes while exploring.
Seaward Alaska Dog Sledding Huskies Iditarod National Historic
Seaward Alaska famed dog-sledding race adventure.


Live life like an Alaskan musher at Mile 0 of the Iditarod National Historic Trail. Learn about the famed dog-sledding race while touring a local kennel. Then board a custom-designed sled for an exhilarating ride through rainforest or across glaciers, a team of spirited huskies leading the way.
Seward Alaska Cuisine Crab Eggs Benedict
A delicious crab eggs benedict breakfast with blueberries and strawberries on the side at Seward Alaska


Start the day with king crab eggs benedict and then enjoy a reindeer hot dog for lunch. Alaskan sablefish and Resurrection Bay red salmon are both solid dinner choices, best paired with a pint from Seward Brewing Company. Then stop by Sweet Darlings for fudge, gelato or saltwater taffy— all are made in-house.
Seward Alaska Shopping Coastal Town
Marine to get to a village in Seward Alaska.


A collection of downtown shops sell handmade pottery, jade jewelry, and hand-crafted knives with carved handles. Totem poles, ulu knives and watercolors by well-known Alaskan artist Karla Morreira all make great souvenirs. And local fish processors can arrange overnight shipping of fresh catches directly to your home.

Day 8: Hubbard Glacier, Alaska

Day 8
Hubbard Glacier
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Hubbard Glacier
Sightseeing from 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Experience the daunting power of the largest tidewater glacier in North America. While most glaciers tend to thin and retreat, Hubbard Glacier continues to thicken and actively advance toward the Gulf of Alaska, earning the nickname “Galloping Glacier”. Sailing into Disenchantment Bay near the glacier’s 400-foot-tall face, you’ll get panoramic views of its gigantic expanse— Hubbard is a monstrous 76 miles long and 1,200 feet deep.


As you sail into picturesque Yakutat Bay, the first all-weather, all-vessel safe harbor north of Icy Point, you’ll be able to see Hubbard Glacier off in the distance. Passing miles of sandy beaches, keep your eyes peeled for harbor seals lounging on buoys or swimming in waters alongside the ship.
Insider tip
Bring a camera with a good zoom to capture the glacier’s best angle.


The Yakutat Bay Important Bird Area is known for its large population of breeding Kittlitz’s murrelet. Its open-water habitat is also home to one of the largest breeding colonies of Aleutian terns. More than 200 species of birds can be seen in this area.

Day 9: Juneau, Alaska

Day 9
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Juneau, Alaska Blue Glacier Ice Cave
Beautiful blue glacier in Juneau, Alaska
Things to do in
From 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
You can’t get to Juneau easily without a sprint by air or by sea. But once you arrive you’ll find majestic views and rich culture in every corner. With its snowcapped mountains, misty rainforests, massive glaciers and bounty of wildlife, Alaska’s remote state capital is the perfect place to dive into nature. Framed by Mount Juneau and Mount Roberts, the city’s picturesque downtown area offers centuries-old bars, boutique shops and historic landmarks. For a taste of the local culture, visit the historic district and the Alaska State Museum. And for outdoor thrills, you can take your pick of activities ranging from whale watching in Auke Bay Harbor to tundra trekking over Mendenhall Glacier, and even try your hand at gold panning in Last Chance Basin.
Juneau, Alaska  Humpback Whales Watching Ocean
Humpback whales shooting out water in the ocean in Juneau, Alaska


Watch for humpback whales, orcas, harbor seals, and Steller sea lions as you cruise through the icy Alaskan waters on a charter boat.
Insider tip
Summer temperatures average in the 60’s but can jump into the mid-80s or drop unexpectedly into the 40s or below, so dress in layers.
Juneau, Alaska Things To Do Sledding Dogs Family
A family out on an excursion of dog sledding with the huskies in the snow in Juneau, Alaska


Travel to Juneau’s Mendenhall Glacier and join a team of professional mushers and their huskies on a sleigh ride over the snow.
Insider tip
Keep your eyes peeled, because Juneau is in the heart of Bear Country. While the bears don’t typically bother humans, it’s always a good idea to keep your distance.
Juneau, Alaska Gold Panning Family Fun Things To Do
Family fun activity of gold panning in Juneau, Alaska


Follow in the footsteps of fortune hunters and pan for gold along trails forged by prospectors over a hundred years ago during the Juneau gold rush.
Juneau, Alaska Salmon Grill
Salmon being cooked on the grill in Alaska


From coffee shops to local pubs, Juneau’s food scene is all about seafood and simple fare, like burgers and sandwiches. If you’re craving a cold one, be sure you try Alaskan Brewing Company’s Alaskan Amber or Smoked Porter— they’re both local favorites.


For some frontier retail therapy, head to downtown Juneau and you’ll find plenty of shops and boutiques selling Native art, locally-crafted goods and designer brands.

Day 10: Skagway, Alaska

Day 10
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Skagway Alaska Mountains Ice Snow Glaciers
Breathtaking view of the Skagway Alaska ice snow glaciers.
Things to do in
From 7:00 AM - 8:30 PM
The tiny town of Skagway still looks like it did during the Klondike Gold Rush over 100 years ago— and today it remains an outpost for thrilling Alaskan adventure. An old-time street car ride along bustling Broadway Street reveals well-preserved buildings, including the state’s oldest hotel. You can see engraved walrus tusks at the Corrington Museum, or get lost in riveting historical reenactments around town. If outdoor adventure is more your thing, there are plenty of ways to amp up the adrenaline, from sledding with Alaskan Huskies on Laughton Glacier to rafting Lynn Canal, the longest fjord in North America.
Skagway Alaska Vintage Rail Car White Pass Yukon Route Bridal Veil Falls
Blown away Skagway Alaska scenery with a vintage car rail along with snow mountains and beautiful purple flowers.


Prepare to be blown away by breathtaking Alaskan scenery while riding in a vintage rail car along the White Pass and Yukon Route narrow-gauge railway. See Bridal Veil Falls, Dead Horse Gulch and Glacier Gorge unfold before you while climbing the 2,885-foot incline of White Pass.
Insider tip
For $5 you can ride the S.M.A.R.T. Bus around town all day long.
Skagway Alaska Chilkoot Trail Hiking Trail
Skagway Alaska trail hiking mountain view.


Known as “the world’s longest outdoor museum”, Chilkoot Trail encompasses 33 miles of hiking trails. Follow in the footsteps of Klondike stampeders as you trek through dense rainforest, enjoy incredible scenery, and discover the Gold Rush ghost town of Dyea. This is the ultimate Alaskan outdoor challenge.
Insider tip
National Park Service rangers lead free walking tours of the historic district five times daily.
Skagway Alaska Klondlike Gold Rush Museum
Skagway Alaska historic museum.


Step back in time at the museums of Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park. Relive the good old Gold Rush days through interactive exhibits at its Visitor Center, housed in the restored 19th-century Railroad Depot. You can also watch a captivating documentary film detailing the rush for gold in Alaska.
Skagway Alaska Cuisine Crab Legs Seafood Shellfish
The best place for a banquet of king crab legs is in Skagway Alaska.


Skagway is one of the best places to feast on king crab legs. Hit Skagway Brewing Company for sockeye salmon sandwiches paired with a Blonde Ale made from hand picked Sitka spruce tree tips. Enjoy Mendenhall Mudd or Klondike Walnut fudge at the Alaska Fudge Company— and then sip a nightcap at Red Onion Saloon, the oldest watering hole in town.
Skagway Alaska Shopping Gold Rush Souvenir Shops Galleries Local Artisan
Welcome to Skagway Alaska and our local shopping downtown.


Skagway’s downtown historic corridor has its fair share of Gold Rush-era facades that now house souvenir shops. Sprinkled among them are galleries selling local artisan paintings, carvings, pottery, woodworks and jewelry. You’ll know it’s authentic if it has the “Made in Skagway” logo.

Day 11: Icy Strait Point, Alaska

Day 11
Icy Strait Point
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Things to do in
Icy Strait Point
From 6:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Icy Strait Point is one tiny port that’s big on Alaskan wilderness and Native culture. Opened a decade ago by the Huna Tlingit Native Alaskans, it’s easily one of the best spots in the region for fishing and whale watching. Dive into Native Alaska culture at a tribal dance show or pay a visit to Hoonah, Alaska’s largest Tlingit village. If you want to venture over to the wild side, go on a guided nature hike through nearby rainforests or hop into an ATV and explore the backroads of Chichagof Island. At the end of the day, you can take in forest views while soaring high above the trees on the longest zip line in the world. No matter what kind of Alaska adventure you’re craving, you’ll find it in Icy Strait Point.
Alaska Icy Strait Point Longest Zip Line
Alaska Icy Strait Point Longest Zip Line


Brave the ZipRider®, the world’s longest zip line, and enjoy amazing views of the forest as you race from a mountain peak at 60 miles per hour.
Alaska Icy Strait Point Whale Watching
Alaska Icy Strait Point Whale Watching


See the amazing humpback whales that call the waters of Icy Strait Point their home. You might even catch them bubble net feeding!
Alaska Icy Strait Point Tribe Local Performance
Alaska Icy Strait Point Tribe Local Performance


Watch members of the Huna Tlingit Dancers troupe tell the story of their tribal heritage through song and dance at the Native Heritage Center Theater.
Icy Strait Point, Alaska Cuisine Dungeness Crab
Delicious Dungeness Crab cuisine in Icy Strait Point


Hearty and rich, Alaska cuisine is made to hit the spot. Most meals spotlight local fish or caribou, and Dungeness crab when it’s in season. For a real Alaska specialty, head to the Cookhouse Restaurant and try the reindeer chili or the Alaska Blue Burger, made with reindeer meat, blue cheese and merlot steak sauce.
One of the many historic cannery buildings at Icy Strait Point
One of the many historic cannery buildings at Icy Strait Point


You’ll find plenty of authentic Alaska gifts just a quick stroll from the dock at the historic Cannery Shops. Look for jewelry made from fine gold nuggets, handcrafted objects, and warm winter fashions.

Day 12: Ketchikan, Alaska

Day 12
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623662536, Looking down Creek Street, immediately outside of Ketchikan's downtown near the mouth of Ketchikan Creek. Creek Street, along with a block of Fourth Avenue in Fairbanks, were Alaska's two significant red-light districts until the passage of the Anti-Crib Laws in the early 1950s. Ketchikan is a city in the Ketchikan Gateway Borough, Alaska, United States, the southeasternmost city in Alaska. Ketchikan is located on Revillagigedo Island, so named in 1793 by Captain George Vancouver. Ketchikan is named after Ketchikan Creek, which flows through the town, emptying into the Tongass Narrows a short distance southeast of its downtown. The area near the mouth of Ketchikan Creek later earned Ketchikan a measure of infamy during the first half of the 20th century for a red-light district known as Creek Street, with brothels aligned on either side of the creek.
Things to do in
From 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Ketchikan sits at the southern end of Alaska’s Inside Passage— a gateway to the wild landscapes and seascapes of Misty Fjords National Monument. The canned salmon capital of the world, it’s a hub for fishing and outdoor sports. It’s also home to three tribes of Northwest Coast Indians, making it a great place to get a taste for the local culture. You’ll see it in the colorful, hand-carved totems that line the city’s streets and parks, and in the unique stilted homes that cling to Deer Mountain’s slopes. If you want to get up close and personal with nature, venture into the Tongass National Forest, the largest in the United States. Or head to Ketchikan Creek Waterfall for amazing views of downtown Ketchikan and a glimpse at the yearly salmon runs.
Ketchikan, Alaska Things To Do Totem Poles Saxman Village
Detail of totem pole at Saxman Village tribal house near Ketchikan, Alaska


Ketchikan has more totem poles than anywhere in the world. And just south of downtown at Saxman Native Village you’ll find a nice collection of finely carved and decorated totems— all authentic replicas— plus a replica clan house.
Insider tip
You can pick up useful maps and brochures at the Ketchikan Visitors Center, located on the dock at Berth 2.
Ketchikan, Alaska Things To Do Tongass Trail Forest
Hiking through the Tongass Trail Forest in Ketchikan, Alaska


If you’re craving natural thrills, venture past the town limits into Tongass National Forest. The largest national forest in the U.S., it’s a great place to spot local wildlife like deer, seals— even black bears and bald eagles.
Insider tip
Ketchikan is one of the rainiest towns in North America, so bring waterproof gear and umbrellas.
Ketchikan, Alaska Things To Do Misty Fjords
Majestic body of water along the mountains with clouds floating over the water in one of Ketchikan, Alaska's national monuments known as Misty Fjords


If you really want to experience Alaska’s dramatic landscape, visit Misty Fjords National Monument. It’s 3,570 square feet of rock walls, towering trees, sea cliffs and dramatic fjords.
Insider tip
Ketchikan’s crossing guards mean business. Use the crosswalks and listen to their instructions.
Ketchikan, Alaska Cuisine Salmon
Grilled Salmon topped with rosemary, which is one of the most popular dishes in Ketchikan, Alaska


Ketchikan isn’t called the canned salmon capital of the world for nothing. Seafood is incorporated in all sorts of dishes, from chowders and omelets to sandwiches and burgers. You’ll find plenty of American staples, but for a taste of the local culture try some traditional native foods like beach asparagus or seaweed. And for a pick-me-up, have a cup of locally roasted Raven’s Brew Coffee.
Ketchikan, Alaska Boats Docked Cabins Town
Lots of sail boats docked in the water in a small and quaint town with picturesque log cabins lined up along the water in Ketchikan, Alaska


The pier is home to specialty shops, galleries and boutiques. But be sure to wander downtown Ketchikan for local finds like authentic Alaskan art, Native crafts, furs and jewelry.

Day 13: Inside Passage, Canada

Day 13
Inside Passage
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Inside Passage
Your ship offers the perfect platform for viewing British Columbia’s Inside Passage. This archipelago spans 25,000 miles from Seattle to Prince Rupert near the Alaskan border. Here you’ll ply calm waters sheltered between the British Columbia mainland and Vancouver Island. Along the way catch a glimpse of breathtakingly rugged scenery, plus staggering wildlife like salmon sharks, white spirit bears, and millions of seabirds.


Discover a wide range of landscapes and native wildlife without leaving the ship. See glacial valleys speckled with evergreens and powerful waterfalls plunging toward the sea. Watch bald eagles soar overhead and porpoises playing in the ship’s wake. This is British Columbia in all its raw, pure glory.


British Columbia’s Inside Passage is dappled with forested islands and nature reserves. Explore the southern portion, passing Vancouver Island’s remote villages and Gulf Islands National Park Reserve. To the north, the Great Bear Rainforest is home to grizzlies, while the peaks lining Grenville Channel reach 3,500 feet above sea level.

Day 14: Vancouver, British Columbia

Day 14
British Columbia
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Things to do in
Arrives at 7:00 AM
Alive with the hum of high-energy adventure, Vancouver is a sophisticated cityscape on the edge of British Columbia’s wild interior. This multicultural city offers a bit of everything: big city buzz, sky-high mountains and Pacific beaches. If you’re a history buff you can view First Nations artifacts at the Museum of Anthropology. Take little ones to meet over 50,000 aquatic creatures at the Vancouver Aquarium, or get a bird’s eye view of old-growth forest at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. Horseshoe Bay salmon fishing… Granville Island paddle boarding… Grouse Mountain’s aerial tram— discover loads of outdoor adventure in Vancouver, from the bay to the backwoods.


Walk the cobbled streets of Gastown, admiring 20th-century brick buildings and taking a selfie with the whistling Steam Clock. Explore Maple Tree Square, site of ‘Gassy Jack’ Deighton’s first tavern, and then stroll under the elaborate Chinatown Millennium Gate. Eat Asian delights— or escape the bustle amid Dr. Su Yat-Sen’s peaceful gardens.
Insider tip
The Seabus runs every 15 minutes from downtown Vancouver to Lonsdale Quay in North Vancouver and offers fantastic skyline views.


Breathe in the 1,000-acre greenspace of Stanley Park, one of the largest urban parks in North America. Hike red cedar forest trails, relax beachside, take a horse-drawn carriage ride, or view the Brockton Point totem poles. Then walk along the Seawall, with the downtown skyline as your backdrop.
Insider tip
Canadians are known to offer a polite smile and “hello” when even greeting strangers.


Take a scenic ferry ride to Victoria, the capital of British Columbia. Get lost in the romance of its English-inspired traditions with proper tea at the Empress hotel. Wander Butchart Gardens’ gorgeous topiaries and admire Craigdarroch Castle’s Victorian architecture. Victoria Public Market is an excellent dining and shopping spot.


Vancouver’s cultural diversity is the key ingredient to its unique culinary scene. Dozens of food trucks, street food carts and farmers’ markets offer something for every taste. Farm-to-table dishes feature Fraser Valley duck and spot prawns. Enjoy an assortment of Asian cuisine, from Chinese dim sum to Japanese ramen. Then sip Okanagan Valley wine or Granville Island beer from Canada’s first microbrewery.


Head to Robson Street for mainstream chain stores, or hit the quirky indie shops of Gastown, Main Street and Commercial Drive. Lonsdale Quay Market is home to 80 unique shops, while Granville Island’s art studios sell First Nations carvings and jewelry— plus its public market is known for gourmet goods.

Day 14 - 19:

Day 14 - 19
Post Tour
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Denali, Alaska National Park Mountains
National Park with Mountains in the Background
Post Tour Day 1
Vancouver en route to Jasper
Embark on a city tour of Vancouver and a visit to the Lookout! Tower and Harbour Centre. The afternoon and early evening are yours to enjoy at leisure. Board VIA Rail’s Canadian train for a breathtaking journey through the Rockies. Experience old world charm as you soak up the magnificent views. In the evening, you’ll retire to your Sleeper Plus Class private cabin. Dinner is included on board VIA Rail this evening.
Post Tour Day 2
Begin your morning with a delightful included breakfast in the dining car as you pass between the stunning Monashee and Cariboo mountain ranges. Stroll to the domed car for majestic views of Mt. Robson and Cariboo Falls. Overnight stay at Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge.
Post Tour Day 3
Jasper / Lake Louise
Enjoy an exciting journey south along the famous Icefields Parkway. Drive through Jasper and Banff National Parks, stopping at the Columbia Icefield for a glacier experience. This unique excursion will place you on the 1,200-feet-thick icy slopes of the Athabasca Glacier aboard a specially designed Ice Explorer. After this unique ice adventure, you’ll enjoy free time at the Columbia Icefield Centre and complimentary buffet lunch before traveling to the amazing Glacier SkyWalk, showcasing a glass-floored platform that extends 30m out over the Sunwapta Canyon. Continue to Lake Louise, the “Jewel of the Rockies,” for an overnight stay at Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise.
Post Tour Day 4
Lake Louise / Banff
Take in the views of Moraine Lake and the Valley of the Ten Peaks. Travel the Great Divide into Yoho National Park where the sights include the Takakkaw Falls in the magnificent Yoho Valley and the Natural Rock Bridge that spans the Kicking Horse River. After, you’ll continue to the picturesque resort town of Banff, nestled in Alberta’s Rockies for an overnight stay at Fairmont Banff Springs.
Post Tour Day 5
Banff / Calgary
Begin your day with a scenic tour of Banff and its environs. You’ll ascend Tunnel Mountain Drive to view Bow Falls and the hoodoos, followed by a visit to Lake Minnewanka and Two Jack Lake. Enjoy sweeping views of the landscape during a ride to the top of Sulphur Mountain in a fully enclosed gondola. Later, you’ll depart Banff and set off to Calgary, the largest city in the province of Alberta. Your afternoon adventures include a visit to the Calgary Tower. Admire the panoramic Views of the city and marvel at the sights below through the observatory’s remarkable glass floor. Overnight stay in Calgary at the Fairmont Palliser.
Post Tour Day 6
Transfer (included) to the Calgary International Airport for your flight home.