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Apr 16 - May 31 (Tue, Sat & Sun) / Jun 2 - 23, Sep 1- Oct 16 (Tue, Thr, Sat & Sun) / Jun 25 - Aug 31(Daily) 2011 Meal plan (Optional) 9 meals - Adult $145, Child $134 (** 2-11 yrs) Includes lunch at Chateau Lake Louise($42)
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06:30 Burnaby Next to “Esso” gas station at Willingdon & Kingsway 06:45 Chinatown Chinese Culture Centre 50 East Pender St, Vancouver 07:00 Vancouver 990 West King Edward Ave ‘Safeway’ Summer 2011
07:20 Richmond California Cafe, East Entrance of Lansdowne Mall 08:10 Surrey Guildford Recreation Center on 105th Ave Day1 Vancouver–Kelowna–Winery – Orchard - OK Lake-Salmon Arm (L/D) We will start our journey via the trans-Canada highway and head east for Kelowna, the heart of the Okanagan Valley. Stop at the renowned winery to learn about the basics of wine making. Wine tasting and purchasing of the popular icewine, red or white wine will be available. At Lake Okanagan, let us listen to its legendary story and search for the lake monster “Ogopogo.” Settle down at Salmon Arm/Vernon in the evening. Accommoda- tion: 4★Prestige Salmon Arm Waterfront / Vernon or similar Day 2 Salmon Arm– Emerald L. - Banff Nat’l Park - Gondola – Canmore (B/L/D) Proceed to the Eagle Pass and visit the “Last Spike” of the transcontinental railway where it connects the east and the west. Travel through the Rogers Pass and Emerald Lake. After a thrilling gondola ride to the summit, you will be captivated by the majestic Rocky Mountains. Next, discover the town of Banff and Bow falls within the country’s first national park. End the day at 1988 Winter Olympic Games area in the Rockies- Canmore. [At Banff, guests upgrade to Banff International will stay behind and have free time at night; those upgrade to Chateau Lake Louise will be transferred to hotel by dusk. Canmore stop excluded.] Accommodation: Holiday Inn Canmore or similar Day3 Lake Louise – Jasper Nat’l Park - Icefield – Peyto Lake – Golden (L/D) Visit the Moraine Lake,which is nestled in the Valley of the Ten Peaks (subject to road conditions). Journey to the Lake Louise, often referred as the “Jewel of the Rockies.” The panoramic view of magnificent snow-capped mountains surrounding the emerald colour of the lake attracts millions of visitors worldwide. Enjoy an atmo-spheric lunch at Chateau Lake Louise (meal plan) and a promenade along the lakeshore. Then, head for Japser National Park’s Columbia Icefield. Ride on the specially designed “Snowcoach Ice Explorer” that is destined to take you to the surface of the Athabasca Glacier. After brief stops at Peyto Lake, Bow Lake and Crowfoot Glacier, we will stay overnight in Golden. Accommodation: Prestige / Mountainview or similar D 4 Golden - Kamloops – Vancouver (B/L) Head west for the interiors in the morning. At Kamloops, a city with over 2000 hours of sunshine per year, we will join a tour of the Ginseng factory and learn about the Ginseng’s healing power. Continue our drive and arrive at Vancouver in the late afternoon. Include: Tour coordinator, accommodation and transportation as per ** If need to add Breakfast on the 3rd day morning, please inform tour guide, - Holiday Inn (Canmore) : C$13 (Adult/Child) + Tax ; Banff Intl : C$15 Adult/C$11 Child + Tax Friendly reminder : 3rd day Lunch will be started at 11:00 am • Admissions to Icefield, Gondola, Nat’l park & Winery (must be ** Limited to one medium suitcase & one carry-on luggage per person.
• Meals as per itinerary, travel insurance, visa (if applicable), ** No partial refund on any unused services provided in the itinerary ** Cancellation/Amendment: No refund/changes within 14-days prior • Driver and tour guide gratuities (suggested guide $22; driver $8; *We reserved the rights to modify the itinerary without liability. Super Vacation, (hereinafter referred to as “the operator”) acts only in the capacity of agents for hotels, airlines, bus companies or shipping lines providing transportations, hotel accommodations and other services. If the services included in the tour cannot be supplied or there are changes in an itinerary for reasons beyond the control of the operator, the operator will arrange for the provision of comparable services. Any resulting additional expenses will be payable by tour participants. The operator is not liable for the B.C. Wholesaler Reg. No. 3565-2 loss or damage of property of a guest while on tour. Purchase of travel insurance is strongly recommended. Super Vacation was founded in 1981. Currently, there are 18 offices in North America at your service. The company currently handles over 150,000 passengers annually.
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