Hello, U.S. travellers! We are ready to welcome you this summer. As of August 9, the Government of Canada will allow entry by land or air into the country for American citizens and permanent residents who have been fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to entering Canada.
We recommend you familiarize yourself with the Canadian entry requirements before booking your trip. Those requirements include:
Here are some helpful links on the Government of Canada's website with more information:
Easing border measures for fully vaccinated travellers entering Canada
COVID-19: Entering Canada requirements checklist
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The well-being of our guests and staff has always been our top concern. This season we are taking extra measures to ensure you can travel with confidence. This includes the peace of mind to cancel anytime and receive a full refund.
By order of the Government of Alberta, proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 PCR or rapid test result within 72 hours of your visit is required. Learn more
Rapid Antigen and Molecular PCR tests are available at a private clinic in Banff, with no appointment necessary. Learn more.
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If you like pristine water and awe-inspiring scenery, you’ve come to the right place. The Canadian Rockies feature soaring mountain summits, those iconic emerald lakes and breathtaking waterfalls and a hot lunch for all guests. This tour takes you to the most treasured spots in Banff and Yoho national parks to explore the land and the stories it holds.
Please book 7 days in advance to secure your spot.
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You’ve heard their names—Louise, Moraine, Emerald. Visit each of these lakes, with time to sit and soak it all in. You’ll be left contemplating which is the most blue, the most turquoise, the most spectacular. Which will be your favourite?
Yoho National Parks is a place loaded with stories. From the history of the Canadian railroad to Takakkaw Falls (the second-highest waterfall in Canada!), follow the trails through a park whose name means “awe” in the Cree language.
Stop for lunch at this historic lodge in Yoho National Park. It’s tucked on the shores of its namesake jewel-toned lake in the middle of a beautiful glacial cirque. You’ll have time to stroll and explore.
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