|Travel distance of the The Royal Canadian Pacific Tour?
Calgary to Banff: 81.9 miles
Banff to Field: 54.4 miles
Field to Golden: 35.0 miles
Golden to Invermere: 74.2 miles
Invermere to Fort Steele: 68.8 miles
Fort Steele to Crowsnest: 95.6 miles
Crowsnest to Lethbridge: 103.1 miles
Lethbridge to Okotoks: 92.7 miles
Okotoks to Calgary: 27.5 miles
Total trip: 633.2 miles
|What your tour price includes?
The all-inclusive cost of your tour on The Royal Canadian Pacific
* state room in twin or single accommodation with private shower, sink and toilet
* table d'hote meals daily, including wine, all alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
* all off-train activities as described in the daily itineraries
* all ground transportation and admission to off-train tours
* transportation to and from Calgary Airport
What your tour price does not include?
* vacation insurance, if you want coverage for: injury, illness, loss of effects on tour, holiday, cancellation, loss of luggage, gift shop purchases, Goods & Services Tax (GST)
It is highly recommended that you insure yourself and your property prior to departure.
Check your insurance cover with your travel agent well before your departure.
Gratuities are not required, nor expected
|Variations to itineraries
At the time of writing The Royal Canadian Pacific
brochure, we endeavor to provide correct information about the route of the train, the visits and the departure and arrival times of the train throughout the duration of the tour.
Due to circumstances beyond our control, some routes may vary due to climatic conditions, engineering works or strikes, visits may change and departure and arrival times of the train may be altered.
|Your travel agent
If you need to know more about your Royal Canadian Pacific
tour, please contact RailsNW 1-800-717-0108 or 503-292-5055
In Canada the currency is the Canadian Dollar, divided into 100 cents.
Please note that The Canadian Pacific Railway Company will not take responsibility for any shipped merchandise that is not received, or is received in an unsatisfactory condition.
Purchases to be hand-carried home
For purchases made abroad which are being hand-carried home, you need to keep all sales receipts. It is also suggested that you pack your foreign purchases together in one bag (separate from your other personal belongings).
Credit card purchases
Take the time to read the charge slips for credit purchases before you sign them. This may seem obvious, but in the excitement of making a foreign purchase, travelers sometimes overlook this and are unpleasantly surprised when they return home and are billed by the credit card company. Taking a
few moments to review the charge slip before signing it (and computing the exchange rate to be sure you are charged the right amount) may help to avoid problems later.
There are 836 national historic sites, designated in honor of people, places and events that figure in the country's history.
Purchases of "national treasures" for export from any country is strictly illegal and that the onus rests entirely on the buyer.
Canada maintains 38 national parks, which cover about 2 percent of the country's landmass. In addition Canada has over 1,000 provincial parks and nearly 50 territorial parks.
Please note: US and Canadian Customs prohibit the import of any products made from endangered species of wildlife.