HELENE’S TRIP

TO WESTERN CANADA 

15 NIGHTS/8 STOPS 

From Vancouver to the Rockies: from the Mountains to the City & to the Ocean.

We started with a city trip to Vancouver and continued with 12 days of sea, mountains, lakes and wildlife experience. We explored the beauties of Vancouver Island and observed orcas and whales in their natural environment. On our way to the Rockies, we discovered Wells Gray National Park, a hidden gem of British Columbia. We also enjoyed the breath-taking views of the Rockies on the Icefield Parkway between Jasper and Banff, typical for Western Canada. In 15 days, we stayed an average of two nights per location and we drove a total of 2,000 km and spent 26 hours on the road. This itinerary is from August. Our budget for the whole trip was around $ 2225 per person for 15 nights (excluded food and activities).
15  nights & 8 stops
 $
2000 km
from May to October
road trip & nature discovery
Photo ©helenedwds
ABOUT HELENE: Hélène is from Belgium. She has three children, two twin boys and a daughter. Her passions include hiking in nature and observing wildlife and scenic landscapes. However, Helen is not a fan of camping and avoids this activity during her travels.Hélène always plans her own trips, spending hours on the Internet and in travel guides trying to find destinations off the beaten path. She prefers traveling in remote locations. 
  WHAT HELENE LOVED ABOUT THIS TRIP
Flying salmons in Wells Gray Park
The Orcas near Vancouver Island
The scenic road Icefield Parkway
 

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  WHAT HELENE LOVED ABOUT THIS TRIP
Flying salmons in Wells Gray Park
The Orcas near Vancouver Island
The scenic road Icefield Parkway
 

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