One of the most popular destinations for Australian seniors to visit each year is the West Coast of Canada.Trips often include taking in the world famous Rocky Mountaineer train and finishing up with a lovely cruise up to Alaska and back. Sound tempting?
There is a range of companies who organise tours to this beautiful part of the planet, including Scenic, Evergreen, Globus, Cosmos, APT, Travelmarvel, Trafalgar, Insight Vacations, Brennans, Tauck and Rocky Mountaineer.
Just imagine staying at some of the wonderful Fairmont Hotels – the ones that look like postcards – and maybe seeing bears in the wild from the safety of your coach. Think about walking around stunning Lake Louise, where you’ll stay right on the shoreline and driving along the magnificent Icefields Parkway, with a ride on the Athabasca Glacier. You’ll also get to spend a couple of days on the Rocky Mountaineer, in your choice of SilverLeaf or GoldLeaf Class. One of the highlights of these packages is your cruise up the Inside Passage, seeing glaciers and enjoying three port visits in Alaska.
The travel experts at the Seniors Holiday Travel Club have been operating escorted group tours to Canada and Alaska for over a decade, and next year’s trip departs on 11 May 2016. You’ll enjoy 20 days seeing and experiencing the best of this region. Book by 30 September 2015 and save $100.
Contact Margaret or Lucy on 1800 300 999.
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