Regardless of when you visit, you can travel with confidence knowing your safety is our priority. This includes the peace of mind to cancel and receive a full refund up to 48 hours before your visit.
Yes, lunch is included.
This tour visits spectacular natural treasures in Jasper National Park. Highlights include the Athabasca Viewpoint, Medicine Lake, Maligne Canyon and Maligne Lake.
Your stop times may vary. On average, you will spend approximately 10 minutes at the Athabasca Viewpoint, 45 minutes at Maligne Canyon, 10 minutes at Medicine Lake and 30 minutes at Maligne Lake (not including the Maligne Lake Cruise).
Yes, when the Maligne Lake Cruise is open for the season, it is included as part of your tour. However, during the early season when the Maligne Lake Cruise is not yet open, you will still be taken to the lake to enjoy the beautiful views, but the cruise will not be part of your excursion.
Yes. The cruise boat will be enclosed, so rain will not affect your cruise departure.
The cruise on Maligne Lake will last approximately 1.5 hours.
No. Unfortunately, since the tour concludes at 3 p.m. you would not be back in time to catch this transfer.
A camera is recommended as well as dressing in layers appropriate for the weather. You are welcome to bring snacks and drinks with you. If your tour ends in a location different from your departure location, be sure to bring along any necessary luggage.
We always recommend that you bring layers with you, even on those warm summer days since some sightseeing stops will be a little cooler than others. Wear some good walking shoes with grip; bring your camera, sunscreen and some light snacks.
Not all, if you are interested in joining a tour and require a wheelchair accessible vehicle, please contact us at 1.866.360.8839.
Yes! Our sightseeing tours are a great way for families to experience the Canadian Rockies. For small children, car seats or boosters are required.
Any child 5 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. For small children, car seats or boosters are required.
Yes. We ask that you make reservations at least 24 hours in advance to ensure availability.
We have several hotel partners that can accept payment and book your reservation for you. Check with the front desk about this option.
VISA and Mastercard are acceptable methods of payment online. Cash and debit payments are accepted at all Pursuit Adventure Centre locations.
Full refunds are provided if cancellations are made at least 24 hours in advance of your scheduled departure time.
These tickets must be purchased in person at least 30 minutes prior to departure and you must provide proof of residency to receive the discount. Some restrictions do apply — please ask when purchasing.
We have an all-new fleet of 52-seat luxury motor coaches that feature large windows providing unobstructed views, onboard washroom facilities, reclining seats, climate controlled temperatures, and onboard refreshments served. You will also have a professionally trained tour guide who has a wealth of information on the local area.
No, Wi-Fi will not be available on any of our sightseeing tours as we will be in areas without reception.
Wildlife sightings are very common in the National Park, but we cannot guarantee animal sightings. There are a lot of bears, moose, elk, big horn sheep, mountain goats, deer and more that share the parks with us and because they are in their natural habitat, their sightings are unpredictable.
Baggage liability is limited to $500 for loss or damage per passenger. We do not recommend leaving any high value items in luggage stored beneath the coaches in the luggage bins.
No. Parks Canada requires all adult visitors to Canada’s national parks to buy a permit for the duration of their stay to support visitor services and facilities. Day Passes or a yearly Discovery Pass are available to buy in-person at Parks Canada's park gates and information centres in Banff and Jasper. Admission for youth 17 and under is free.
While Brewster Sightseeing tours include scenic moments where you will disembark to take in the views or capture photos, it does not require any physical activity beyond a stroll. Due to the high altitude of both Banff and Jasper, some guests may find physical activities are slightly more strenuous than usual. If assistance is needed during your tour, please speak with any of our team members, who will be happy to accommodate.