Encompassing the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta and the cities of Calgary, Vancouver and Victoria.
One and a half hours from Calgary is Banff, the gateway to the mountain wonders of Banff National Park, a great place to explore the surrounding natural scenery and hot springs.
Calgary is an attractive and dynamic city on the banks of the Bow River and nestling in the foothills of Alberta's Rocky Mountains. It is a cosmopolitan city with breathtaking outdoor adventure and pristine wilderness.
Jasper, Canada's largest National Park, is a four-season destination offering visitors a peaceful or low-key atmosphere and spectacular sights, including the Columbia Icefields.
The village of Lake Louise, in the heart of Banff National Park is a destination out in the wilderness with beautiful terrain. Lake Louise in winter offers some of the best downhill skiing in North America.
Resting on the shimmering Pacific next to the majestic mountains, Canada's third largest city, Vancouver is one of the world's finest cities attracting millions of global visitors every year. Being a cosmopolitan city it has a wealth of fantastic boutiques and shops for those shopaholics, restaurants and packed bars. Must see attractions include Robson Street, Stanley Park and much more.
Situated on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, Victoria is a chic and quiet seaside city. Its 150-year history can be seen to live on with its old charms and unique character.
Just two hours north of Vancouver and you will arrive in one of North America's finest and most cosmopolitan ski resorts, Whistler. Here the relaxed atmosphere, designer boutiques and galleries will enchant.