Antarctica & Arctic
Experience a wide variety of quintessential western landscapes and lifestyles through southern Alberta’s lesser known parks.
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Nine nights accommodation, sightseeing and admissions as specified and nine days car rental.
Daily, 19 May - 30 Sep 2017
Discover Drumheller, the ‘Dinosaur Capital of Canada’. Visit Canada's largest dinosaur museum and also explore Dinosaur Provincial Park. Learn the story of Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump and experience Waterton Lakes National Park, an International Peace Park.
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Travel to Dinosaur Provincial Park as you venture into the rugged Canadian Badlands.
Experience Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Discover Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park, host to the largest concentration of rock art.
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Drive to Banff and explore this mountain town.
You will have a full day to explore Banff, including a ride on the Banff Gondola for panoramic views and a soak in the Upper Hot Springs.
Calgary is a city buzzing with energy while embracing its rich western heritage. Enjoy a visit to the iconic Calgary Tower as you explore the city.
Drumheller is the Dinosaur Capital of Canada. Being here will take you into another world. Don’t miss Canada’s largest dinosaur museum where you can journey through time and come face-to-face with incredible creatures that lived millions of years ago.
Travel to Dinosaur Provincial Park as you venture into the rugged Canadian Badlands. The Explorer’s Bus provides the opportunity to experience the stunning views of the park’s natural preserve.
In this hidden gem, enjoy an array of outdoor adventures: rent a bike, canoe or GPS system for geo-caching scavenger hunts. Take an interpretive hike or book a Dark Sky Planetarium experience.
Travel to Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park to experience the largest concentration of rock art on the plains. Enjoy a behind the scenes guided experience with a local aboriginal guide to explore the Archaeological Preserve.
On your way out of Lethbridge, you may wish to stop in at Fort Whoop-Up, an old fort and outlaw trading post. In Waterton, visit the Prince of Wales Hotel – a National Historic Site.
The day is yours to discover this beautiful region. Take a drive to Red Rock Canyon – a colourful canyon of red, green and white banded rock cliffs, green alpine forests and bubbling white waterfalls.
Travel north to experience Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that tells the story of the hunting practices of the native people of the North American plains over the past 6000 years. Continue north to Calgary.
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