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Canadian Rockies and Saskatoon (Self Drive)

10 to 15+ Nights from $2,131*
* This sample price: priced within the past 7 days for arrival on 8/3/2024. Choose your own arrival dates.

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This 10 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Hotel for 2 nights in Calgary
  • Rental Car for 11 days
  • Pick Up:/Drop Off: Calgary Airport
  • Hotel for 2 night in Edmonton
  • Hotel for 1 night in Prince Albert
  • Hotel for 2 night in Saskatoon
  • Hotel for 2 night in Regina
  • Hotel for 1 night in Calgary
  • Driving Time:
    Calgary - Edmonton: 3 hrs. 5 mins. approx.
    Edmonton - Prince Albert: 5 hrs. 55 min approx.
    Prince Albert - Saskatoon: 1 hr. 25 mins. approx.
    Saskatoon - Regina: 2 hrs. 45 mins. approx.
    Regina - Calgary : 7 hrs. 25 min approx.

Experience this fantastic vacation to Canada!. Visit Calgary (financial centre of western Canada, with its panoramic backdrop of the Rocky Mountains and its historic association with cattle ranching and oil exploration), next, Edmonton and after that, Prince Albert (the third-largest city in Saskatchewan, Canada, known as the -Gateway to the North- because it is the last major centre along the route to the resources of this northern area). Continue to Saskatoon and after that, visit Regina(capital and second largest city of Saskatchewan province, a city with grand history and heritage, is one of Canada's fastest growing major and sunniest cities). Finally drive back to Calgary before heading back home. Travel between them with a rental car. This is a flexible package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

Flexible Itinerary

  • Calgary (Alberta)

  • Edmonton (Alberta)

  • Prince Albert (Saskatchewan)

  • Saskatoon (Saskatchewan)

  • Regina (Saskatchewan)

  • Calgary (Alberta)

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Trip Summary

  • Calgary (Alberta)

    Calgary is Alberta's largest city! It's full of skyscrapers, but underneath all that glass, is a cosmopolitan city with a a rough and wild cowboy charm to it. Calgary sits in a vast, often brown colored plain in Southern Alberta. The area offers great hiking, kayaking, skiing, water rafting, and camping all around. The city itself is lively, especially during the Calgary Stampede in July, which attracts tens of thousands of visitors each year. The city has a quaint feel, blending modern and vintage atmospheres and decor into a place that has a lot in common with Dallas in the USA. As one of the largest cities in Canada, Calgary doesn't lack of exciting things to do.

    Visit the The Calgary Tower, Calgary Zoo, Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump, Heritage Park Historical Village, The Calgary Stampede, Royal Tyrrell Museum, Canada's Sport Hall Of Fame, and so much more!

  • Edmonton (Alberta)

    Edmonton, the capital of Alberta, stretches along both banks of the North Saskatchewan River in roughly the center of the province. It is known as Canada's 'festival city' being that it hosts over 50 festivals annually. In recent years, Edmonton has been catching the attention of top travel lists, and for good reason: the food scene is booming! The city is also the gateway to Jasper National Park and the Canadian Rockies. Experience what 18 hours of sunlight a day feels like in the summer, or how the first snowfall transforms the river valley in winter. No matter the season, Edmonton is made for exploring.

    Visit the Royal Alberta Museum, Elk Island National Park and Beaver Hills, West Edmonton Mall, Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village, Fort Edmonton Park, Muttart Conservatory, Alberta Legislature Building, Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton Valley Zoo, and so much more!

  • Prince Albert (Saskatchewan)

    Prince Albert was founded in 1866 as a Presbyterian mission station, near the site of a fur-trading post established in 1776. It is situated on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River so you can enjoy water sports as well hiking and biking. There is an abundance of city parks include Prime Ministers Park, Pehonan Parkway and the beautiful 1,500 lakes that make up Prince Albert National Park and during the winter months, the city comes alive with fun-filled activities for the entire family! Cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and winter hiking. Don't forget to attend the farmers' market. The province of Saskatchewan is also well known for aurora borealis spotting, so when visiting this region, you might just get lucky with viewing of the majestic northern lights.

    Explore the Little Red River Park, Prince Albert Historical Museum, Kinsmen Water Park, Diefenbaker House, The Mann Art Gallery, Rotary Museum of Police and Corrections, Prince Albert Arts Centre, Northern Lights Casino, and more.

  • Saskatoon (Saskatchewan)

    Saskatoon boasts a variety of new restaurants, bars, breweries, and other attractions including the farmers market. Multiple bridges cross the wide river, while an 80-km trail provides a scenic way to take it all in while walking, jogging, or biking. For those who enjoy watersports there is paddleboard, kayak, or canoe, and going down the river for a scenic soft adventure is a must. In the winter you will observe bikes or kick-sleds – a new activity to the area. The province of Saskatchewan is also well known for aurora borealis spotting, so when visiting this region, you might just get lucky with viewing of the majestic northern lights.

    Explore the Western Development Museum, University of Saskatchewan, Meewasin Valley, Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo, Beaver Creek Conservation Area, and more.

  • Regina (Saskatchewan)

    Regina is a youthful, modern city. Explore the largest urban park in Canada, with its boat club, art gallery, science centre, performing arts centre and museum. The Arboretum, Candy Cane Park, the Bandstand, Willow Island and the Legislative Gardens are all within walking distance. The province of Saskatchewan is also well known for aurora borealis spotting, so when visiting this region, you might just get lucky with viewing of the majestic northern lights.

    Explore the Stone Hall Castle, RCMP Heritage Centre, Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Wascana Centre Park, Legislative Building, and more.

  • Calgary (Alberta)

    Calgary is Alberta's largest city! It's full of skyscrapers, but underneath all that glass, is a cosmopolitan city with a a rough and wild cowboy charm to it. Calgary sits in a vast, often brown colored plain in Southern Alberta. The area offers great hiking, kayaking, skiing, water rafting, and camping all around. The city itself is lively, especially during the Calgary Stampede in July, which attracts tens of thousands of visitors each year. The city has a quaint feel, blending modern and vintage atmospheres and decor into a place that has a lot in common with Dallas in the USA. As one of the largest cities in Canada, Calgary doesn't lack of exciting things to do.

    Visit the The Calgary Tower, Calgary Zoo, Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump, Heritage Park Historical Village, The Calgary Stampede, Royal Tyrrell Museum, Canada's Sport Hall Of Fame, and so much more!

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