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Pacific Accommodated Tour

Pacific Accommodated Tour

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Flight tickets are not included. Our travel experts will gladly help you find the cheapest flights. The price above is based on 2 adults traveling together. The price is a from-price and varies with the date. See the exact price when selecting date.
What's included?
From 1552 EUR
Flight tickets are not included. Our travel experts will gladly help you find the cheapest flights. The price above is based on 2 adults traveling together. The price is a from-price and varies with the date. See the exact price when selecting date.
What's included?
Duration
14 days
Starts in
Vancouver
Ends in
Vancouver
Group size
Between 11 and 24 travellers
Travel type
Small group adventure
The Pacific is an incredible 14-day adventure across Western Canada, covering all of our destinations including the Rocky Mountains, Whistler and Vancouver Island! Discover and explore our beautiful country, taking in the breathtaking scenery of mountain ranges, waterfalls, glacial lakes and more in National and Provincial Parks. Experience our Indigenous cultures, go wildlife spotting, and get your thrill on by trying an adventure activity. If you’re coming all this way, why not do and see it all?
Highlights
Watch the sunset over the Pacific from a beach near Tofino
See the sparkling glaciers on the Tantalus Range of the Coast Mountains
Marvel at the aqua blue Moraine Lake (seasonal)
Take a dip in the glacier-fed Bow Lake
Feel (and see) the power of Athabasca Falls
Experience Indigenous history and culture at the Tuckkwiowhum Village heritage site
Itinerary

Pacific Accommodated Tour

Day 1: Vancouver to Tofino

Get your binoculars at the ready! We’ll begin our adventure with a little marine life spotting as we take a scenic ferry ride from Horseshoe Bay to Nanaimo on Vancouver Island. From there we will explore the lush rainforests, cascading waterfalls, and giant trees of Vancouver Island. Then we’re off to Sproat Lake to observe one of the finest panels of prehistoric Indigenous petroglyphs. Our day ends by settling into the quaint little fishing village of Tofino, and feasting on fish & chips (don’t worry, they have non-seafood options too!)

Meal Inclusions: Dinner
Moose Accommodation: HI Tofino - Whalers on the Point

Day 2: Tofino Free Day

Today is yours to do as you please! Cruise through the Pacific Ocean and go whale watching, soak in one of Tofino’s hot springs, or jump right into kayaking or surfing. Explore on foot, by bike, or go hiking - Tofino has lots on offer for your free day! As the evening draws in and the stars start to appear, we’ll be setting up a beach campfire (weather permitting) where we’ll toast some marshmallows and share each other’s stories of the day.

Moose Accommodation: HI Tofino - Whalers on the Point

Day 3: Tofino to Victoria

We’ll start our day at Wickanninish Beach in Pacific Rim National Park, which was named after Chief Wickanninish who ruled Clayoquot Sound in the 1700s! Then we’ll be heading to the village of Coombs for a chance to spot the famous goats on the roof of the Old Country Market. Then, it’s the East Coast for us as we head down to Chemainus with its 39 giant outdoor murals for a little Al Fresco art appreciation. You’ll also get a chance to snap the world’s largest (ice) hockey stick! (only in Canada, eh?) This evening we’ll be staying in the BC provincial capital, Victoria, where you can enjoy the buzzing Inner Harbour night scene.

Moose Accommodation: Ocean Island Inn or HI Victoria

Day 4: Victoria to Vancouver

Today’s a day for history! We will begin our day with a walking tour starting in Victoria’s Chinatown, then make our way along the Inner Harbour to see the Empress Hotel, Parliament Buildings and learn about the Black Pioneers that arrived from San Francisco in 1858. Then we’ll head to Beacon Hill Park - known as the crowning jewel in Victoria’s park system, to gaze at the Terry Fox Memorial, and the world’s tallest free-standing totem pole. After that, the day is yours to explore Victoria as you wish, although we highly recommend checking out the vibrant Fisherman’s Wharf. We’ll then congregate to take another scenic ferry through the Gulf Islands, across the Salish Sea and back to Vancouver.

Moose Accommodation: HI Vancouver - Jericho Beach

Day 5: Vancouver to Whistler

Have your camera ready for an amazing journey today! We’ll travel the breath-taking Sea to Sky Highway, past mountain peaks, glaciers, and stunning lakes, stopping off at two waterfalls, Shannon Falls and Brandywine Falls. Upon our arrival in Whistler, we’ll take a guided tour of the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre including a forest walk with a Cultural Ambassador, to learn about the Indigenous cultures of the Whistler Valley. We bet you’ll be hungry after this jam-packed day, so we’ll be dining together this evening. After that, check out Whistler’s nightlife scene or give axe throwing a go! (And yes, Canada hosts a World Axe Throwing League.)

Activity Inclusions: Guided tour of Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre
Meal Inclusions: Dinner
Moose Accommodation: HI Whistler

Day 6: Whistler to Vancouver

Ziplining, bungee jumping, mountain biking and hiking; these are just some of the things you could be doing today! We don’t leave until the afternoon, giving you plenty of time to explore Whistler village or the mountains. Alternatively, find a quiet spot in one of the beautiful parks and take in some raw unadulterated nature, before we head back to Vancouver, stopping en route for another photo opportunity!

Moose Accommodation: HI Vancouver - Jericho Beach

Day 7: Vancouver to Kelowna

The desert is calling! Today we’re going east through the Fraser Valley, where we’ll take a short walk through a West Coast rainforest to Bridal Veil Falls. Then, we’ll traverse the Coastal Mountains, stopping at Lightning Lake in Manning Park at lunchtime. The semi-arid desert grasslands of the Okanagan are next on our itinerary, where we’ll go paddle boarding on the beautiful Skaha Lake. We’ll be replenishing ourselves with a special dinner at Kekuli Café in Westbank, where you’ll get to try Indigenous cuisine, before settling in for the night on Lake Okanagan in Kelowna.

Activity Inclusions: Paddle boarding on Skaha Lake
Meal inclusions: Indigenous cuisine dinner
Moose Accommodation: Samesun Kelowna

Day 8: Kelowna to Banff

Being a little greedy with mountain ranges today, crossing not one, not two - but three of them, as we travel through four National Parks towards Banff! We’ll stop in Revelstoke where you can go lake kayaking or simply enjoy the beautiful mountain scenery. Finally we’ll enter the Rocky Mountains and cross over the Kicking Horse Pass into Alberta and Banff National Park, spending the night in the historic town of Banff itself, right in the heart of the mountains.

Note
During May and from mid-September onwards, we will cross over the Vermillion Pass to enter Alberta and Banff National Park.

Meal Inclusions: Breakfast at Samesun Kelowna
Moose Accommodation: HI Banff

Day 9: Banff to Rampart Creek

It’s time to visit those famous blue lakes! Lake Louise is calling, as is Moraine Lake (seasonal) before heading onto the Icefields Parkway for breath-taking views of jagged mountain peaks, glaciers, raging rivers and more turquoise lakes. Keep your eyes peeled for large furry animals as we make stops at the Crowfoot Glacier, Peyto Lake (our favourite) and Mistaya Canyon before arriving at our rustic wilderness hostel alongside Rampart Creek. We invite you to really take in your surroundings with a dip and a sauna, and perhaps a campfire under the stars.

Moose Accommodation: HI Rampart Creek.
Rampart Creek offers a truly rustic wilderness experience and is the only accommodation available - we’re sure you’ll love it!

Day 10: Rampart Creek to Jasper

Jasper National Park today! But first we’ll stop at Big Bend lookout for a great view of the U-shaped North Saskatchewan River Valley. Get your legs ready because next up is the Columbia Icefield, the largest ice field in the Rocky Mountains at 325 square kilometres, where we’ll hike to the toe of the Athabasca Glacier (conditions permitting.) Then on to Maligne Canyon, the deepest canyon in Jasper National Park, for a hike that crosses several bridges over the canyon with jaw-dropping views. Jasper townsite is our destination, and if you’re seeking an adrenaline rush, there is an option to take a guided mountain bike tour on arrival.

Moose Accommodation: HI Jasper

Day 11: Jasper to Banff

Our first stop: Athabasca Falls, one of the most powerful and picturesque in the Rockies! This is followed by a bit of mountain goat spotting (we’re still amazed at how they hold on) at the Goats and Glaciers viewpoint. Then on to Waterfowl Lakes to soak in the backdrop of Mount Chephren, which was named after the 4th Dynasty Egyptian Pharaoh. After this, we’ll return to Banff for a group dinner, and once our bellies are full, the night is yours! See what Banff nightlife has to offer or take a relaxing dip in the Banff Upper Hot Springs. Who doesn’t love a giant bathtub?

Meal inclusions: Dinner at Samesun Banff
Moose Accommodation: Samesun Banff

Day 12: Banff Free Day

Today is yours to do as you please! And where better to have a free day than in the heart of the Rocky Mountains! Go hiking, enjoy the sites of Banff or for an optional extra cost, go whitewater rafting, canoeing or mountain biking. Enjoy!

Meal inclusions: Breakfast at Samesun Banff
Moose Accommodation: Samesun Banff

Day 13: Banff to Kelowna

Sadly, we leave the Rockies today, but we’ll go out with a bang, stopping at some of the most breathtaking scenic points in Western Canada. We will visit the Takakkaw Falls (seasonal), the pristine Emerald Lake and the Natural Bridge, as well as stopping for a photo at the stunning Kalamalka Lake viewpoint once we reach the Okanagan Valley. Here you will find beautiful sandy beaches on crystal clear lakes and plenty of sun-filled activities! Night time it’s downtown Kelowna for a plethora of bars and nightclubs in this university city!

Note
During May and from mid-September onwards, we will visit Kootenay National Park instead of seeing Takakkaw Falls, Emerald Lake and the Natural Bridge.

Meal Inclusions: Breakfast at Samesun Banff
Moose Accommodation: Samesun Kelowna

Day 14: Kelowna to Vancouver

On our final day, we’ll climb over a high mountain pass, travel along the Nicola Valley and enter the Fraser Canyon. Our main destination of the day is Tuckkwiowhum Village, an Indigenous heritage site, where we’ll enjoy a guided tour and interact with a Traditional Knowledge Keeper. We’ll then continue down the canyon to Hope, where we’ll explore the Othello Tunnels on a magical walk across bridges and through old train tunnels that cut through solid granite walls! The finale is near - we’ll finish in Vancouver where it’s all hugs and Insta handle swapping as you say goodbye to your Moose mates and head home - but armed with a whole bunch of amazing adventures to talk about!

Activity Inclusions: Guided tour of Tuckkwiowhum Village
Meal Inclusions: Breakfast at Samesun Kelowna
Moose Accommodation: There is no accommodation included tonight. You will need to make your own arrangements. We recommend that you do not book onward travel on this day in case of traffic or weather delays.

What’s Included

- 13 nights mixed gender, hostel dormitory style accommodation
- Moose Bus transportation
- 2 scenic ferry rides to and from Vancouver Island
- Services of a professional & fun tour guide/driver
- Guided tours of Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre and Tuckkwiowhum Village Indigenous heritage site
- Walking tour of Victoria
- Paddleboarding on Skaha Lake
- 4 dinners, including an Indigenous cuisine meal
- 4 breakfasts (at the Samesun hostels)
- National Park fees
Summary

What’s included?

Extra expenses at the destination
Not included

Activities

Moose trips are all about the adventure, and Canada is one of the best countries in the world for adventure activities! There are both free and included activities as well as activities that require an extra payment. The Moose guides will help you book optional activities for you as well as make sure you get there and back. The approximate prices are in CAD and paid directly either to your Moose guide or the activity operator.

Optional activities for the Pacific pass:
Hiking/Swimming Free
Wildlife Spotting Free
Natural hot springs & whale watching tour (6.5 hrs) $139 Tofino
Whale watching tour (2.5 - 3 hrs) $103 Tofino
Coastal bear watching tour (2 - 2.5 hrs) $103 Tofino
Sea kayaking tour (from 2.5 - 4 hrs) from $65 Tofino
Surfing (lessons & rental included, 3 hrs) $68 Tofino
Sea to Sky sightseeing flight (15 min flight) $50 Squamish (en route to Whistler)
Bungee jumping $115 Whistler
Ziplining from $116 Whistler
Mountain Bike Intro to Park (lesson, rental & lift pass, 3 hrs) $185 Whistler
Axe throwing $40 Whistler
Peak 2 Peak gondola ticket $64 Whistler
TreeTrek canopy walk $53 Whistler
Lake kayaking (2 hrs) $60 Revelstoke (en route to Banff)
Guided mountain biking (1.5 hrs) $89 Jasper
White water rafting (4 hrs, includes BBQ lunch) $135 Banff
Horseback riding (from 1 - 3 hrs) from $61 Banff
Big Canoe tour (1.5 hrs) $46 Banff
Via Ferrata (from 2.5 - 6 hrs) from $161 Banff
Helicopter flight - Rockies (from 12 - 30 min) from $143 Banff
Bike rentals from $28 Banff
Banff Gondola from $64 Banff
Banff Upper Hot Springs Pool $8 Banff

Accommodation

Shared dorm accommodation is included, mostly in small dorms (4-6 beds) (mixed and male/female only options available in most locations). Please note that pre and post accommodation is not included, only the nights on tour.

Local transport

Moose buses are safe and comfortable mini-coaches, seating 11, 13 or 24 people. They have extra large windows for catching all the great views, air-conditioning and heating to keep cool or warm, and a sound system to keep the tunes rolling!

Meals

Many of our trips include some meals which you can find listed in the Itinerary under "What's included". We also make regular stops at local grocery stores for you to purchase your own supplies (most hostels have cooking facilities), and our trip leaders often organise group meals, both of which save you money. We recommend you budget approximately CAD$20 to $40 per day for non-included meals.

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