Or call us on: 0845 601 0905or 024 7647 5340quoting your membership number15Motorhomes in Canada tend to have automatic transmission and allcompanies offer one-way rentals (charges apply). Because of the natureof Canadian roads, the rental companies do not allow you to drive oncertain roads, explained in more detail when you pick up your vehicle. GO-AS-YOU-PLEASEThe trip of a lifetime.Tailor-makeyour own routethrough Canada.Canada is a big countrywith big roads so go for as big amotorhome as you can afford,especially if you are going on alonger trip.For examples of floorplans pleasevisit our website below and selecta motorhome that suits yourrequirements.What to doTo seethe grandeurof theCanadian Rockies, start in Calgaryand explore breathtaking Alberta.To explore British Columbia, flyinto Vancouver, explore the city,and enjoy the Pacific coast,including Vancouver Island.You may also wantto take in theBritish influences that are evidentin Nova Scotia with a trip startingin Halifax.Take a flightfrom Toronto, and stay overnight in a hotel at Niagara Falls to really appreciatethis wonder.Add some extrasAs well as your flights, hotels,transfers and motorhome hire inCanada, we can pre-book a widerange of excursions for your trip.Highly recommendedis the InsidePassage Cruise from Vancouver inBritish Columbia to Alaska in theUSA through a narrow maze ofotherwise inaccessible channels.Watch out for whales and dolphins.Join in the funof the CalgaryStampede in July.Let us personalise your trip and quote for your holiday. Call0845 601 0905 or 024 7647 5340.For ideas and inspiration visit thewebsite below.Call us on0845 601 0905or024 7647 5340Cruise CanadaCruise Canada has depots in Halifax, Toronto, Montréal,Calgary, Vancouver and Whitehorse.With entry level prices, it offers threetypes of vehicle: the compactvehicle is 19ft and designedespecially for the European market.Smaller than the average RV, it isdesigned to accommodate threepeople. Cruise Canada also offersstandard models between 23ft and25ft long, and large models between28ft and 30ft long. The companydoes not offer airport transfers.FraserwayFraserway has depots inVancouver, Calgary, Whitehorse,Toronto and Halifax, and prides itselfon the quality of its vehicles andhigh service levels. The companyoffers a range of vehicles, startingwith a truck camper, which is a pick-up truck with a camping unitattached and with toilet and shower.It has a range of traditional RVs, witha van conversion at entry level and arange of 20ft, 22ft, 24ft and 29ftvehicles. Fraserway includes airporttransfers in the rental price.Westcoast MountainCampersWestcoast Mountain Campers is a smaller family business withdepots in Calgary and Vancouver. Itoffers a range of vehicles startingwith a truck camper, with vanconversions and various sizes oftraditional RVs. Transfers are offeredto airports and to downtown hotels.
16For availability, information and bookings visit: www.motorhometouringholidays.co.ukCanadaA breath of fresh airCAT024 JUN - 23 JUN2012CAT036 JUN - 25 JUN2013What's included.Prices indicated are per person for two adultssharing a motorhome. Single supplement, extra adult sharing a vehicle and child supplement -available on request..Return Economy Class flights with Air Canada from London to Vancouver, return Calgary to London (including airport taxes)..16 nights fully equipped 22-27ft 2-berth vanconversion motorhome (twin bed) hire,including 3000kms (1,875 miles) with extrakilometres charged at 39.2cents per20 day escorted tour ofBritish Columbia andthe Canadian RockiesFrom £2,795per personWhat's included (continued)Canadakilometre; preparation fee and conveniencekit; VIP vehicle insurance with a maximumCDN$750 excess (drivers over 24 years); fullpropane tank; 16 nights site fees includinghook-up where available..Service of tour escorts; Vancouver islandreturn ferry crossing; Vancouver hotelaccommodation for two nights (bed andbreakfast based on two adults sharing aroom, taxes included); transfers as stated; halfday guided city tour of Vancouver; WelcomeWhat's included (continued)Meal in Vancouver; campground barbeque inVictoria; SnoCoach trip on AthabascaGlacier; Farewell Meal in Banff; touringmap/information, tour daybook.www.motorhometouringholidays.co.ukEscorted tour highlightsGet a breath of fresh air in one of the world'sgreatest mountain ranges.City tourof Vancouver, with free timeafterwards to explore this cosmopolitan city.Welcome mealin a panoramic restaurant inVancouver. Farewell mealin Banff.Group barbecueat your first campground.Springtimein the spectacular RockyMountains.SnoCoach tripon the stunning AthabascaGlacier.Tour itineraryAn overview of our British Columbia andCanadian Rockies escorted tour's 20 dayschedule. Tour is subject to a minimum of 15motorhomes and 30 people participating.Forfurther information, go online and downloadthe tour in pdf format or call us on 0845 6010905 or 024 7647 5340. Day 1Depart London Heathrow, flying with Air Canadato Vancouver. You are met on arrival andtransferredto Vancouver city centre hotel. OvernightVancouver hotel.Day 2Breakfast followed by guided coach tour ofVancouver. Afternoon spent at leisure toTTexplore Vancouver. Enjoy a panoramicwelcome meal in the evening with your fellowcampers.OvernightVancouver hotel.Day 3 - 5Breakfast, then transfer to motorhome depot topick up vehicles. Cross to Vancouver Island byferry to first campsite in Victoria, capital ofBritish Columbia (BC) (66km).Group gettogether for a campground barbecue.Two full days to explore this very 'British' city -complete with double-decker buses andtraditional flower-filled parks, as well as theRoyal British Columbia Museum and ParliamentBuilding-and the surrounding area, includingthe lovely Butchart Gardens. Start collectingsouvenirs, or catch a sea plane to go whale-watching. 3 NightsVictoria campsite.Day 6Travel from Victoria to Nanaimo (115km),second largest town on Vancouver Island, totake the ferry to Horseshoe Bay. Drive throughGaribaldi Provincial Park to Whistler (109km),the famous ski resort. There is a number ofgood restaurants in the town.OvernightWhistler campsite.Day 7Leave behind the Garibaldi Provincial Park, toenjoy some splendid lakeside roads. Stop off atJoffre and Duffey Lakes, before heading easttowards Kamloops (201km). OvernightKamloops campsite.TTTDay 8 - 10Drive along the Yellowhead Highway into theWells Gray Provincial Park (258km), one of BC'slargest at 540,000 hectares. There is plenty of time to explore Wells GrayProvincial Park, a vast wilderness of alpinemeadows, mountain peaks, glaciers, lakes,rivers, extinct volcanoes and waterfalls. Be surealso to visit Helmcken Falls, at 142m high oneof the most amazing natural features in theWells Gray Provincial Park. 3 NightsWells GrayProvincial Park campsite.Day 11Travel to Mt Robson Provincial Park (276km),home to 3,954m Mt Robson, the highest peak inthe BC Rockies. From here on you'll becomeadept at spotting the local wildlife - moose,mountain goats, mule, grizzly and black bears,deer, elk, marmots, chipmunks, caribou,squirrels, muskrats, beavers and 170 birdspecies. OvernightMount Robson ProvincialPark campsite.Day 12 - 14Mt Robson to Jasper (86km) with time to visitMaligne Lake, the largest glacier-fed lake in theRockies.Two full days to explore Jasper and to get outinto Jasper National Park -keep your eyespeeled for roaming wildlife up here! Take agondola trip up to Whistler's Mountain for viewsback to Mt Robson and south to the ColumbiaTTT