Itinerary:Ottawa-Sudbury-Winnipeg-Regina-Calgary-Banff National Park-Jasper National Park-Columbia Ice Field-Yoho National Park-Hope-Vancouver-Victoria– Seattle- Yellowstone National Park- Mt. Rushmore – Badlands National Park – Chicago – Toronto –Ottawa

Day 1:Ottawa – Algonquin Park – Sudbury
Depart from Montreal in the morning, we’ll visit Ontario’s oldest and biggest provincial park: Algonquin Park. We stop at the visitor center and walk beside one of the lakes. This park is full of natural beauty, which attracts many artists to come here to do their paintings. Then we will go to Sudbury and visit the world’s largest Nickel statue which is 9-metre. Overnight hotel in Sudbury

Day 2: Sudbury –Blind River – Sault Ste-Marie – Wawa – Marathon
Head for Blind River, enjoy the great view of Lake Huron. After lunch in Sault Ste-Marie, continue to go to Lake Superior Provincial Park. Next stop will be at the “wild goose” town – Wawa. Then, continue to White River, the birthplace of Winnie the Pooh. Overnight Hotel in Marathon

Day 3: Marathon – Thunder Bay – Kenora
Visit the 3rd largest port town in Canada – Thunder Bay. Stop at the Terry Fox Scenic Overlook Then, passing by Lake Head University, visit Kakabeka Falls. Continue our way to Kenora. It is famous for fishing. We’ll stop at a 12-metre fish statue of “Husky the Muskie”. Overnight Hotel in Kenora.

Day 4: Kenora – Winnipeg – Regina
Head to Winnipeg, the provincial capital of Manitoba. Visit the Royal Canadian Mint and the Forks Market. Then passing the provincial Legislative Building, overlook the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and the Red River, then continue west in the Canadian prairies. Overnight in Regina, the provincial capital of Saskatchewan.

Day 5: Regina – Calgary
In Regina, visit the Provincial Legislative Building of Saskatchewan. Then visit Royal Canadian Mounted Police Headquarters and Museum. Then continue head west and overnight stay in hotel in Calgary.

Day 6: Calgary – Banff National Park — Calgary
Head to Banff Nat’l Park, and take the Banff Gondola to Sulphur Mountain to enjoy the panoramic view of Banff, the surrounding Rocky Mountains and Lake Minnewanka (Banff’s largest lake). Stop at picturesque Bow Falls, venue of the famous movie “River of No Return” (actress Marilyn Monroe). Then visit the world-famous Lake Louise, the gem of Canadian Rockies. Overnight Hotel in Calgary.

Day 7: Calgary – Jasper National Park – Columbia Icefield – Yoho National Park – Revelstroke
Head to Jasper National Park, visit Columbia Icefield. Take the big-wheeled “Snowcoach” to go up to Athabasa Glacier. Continue to visit along the Rocky Mountains, stop at Bow Lake and Crowfoot Glacier. Then pass the Natural Bridge in Yoho National Park. Overnight Hotel in Revelstroke.

Day 8: Revelstroke –Kamloops– Hope – Vancouver
We will visit Kamloops – which is famous for Canada’s Ginseng. Follow a local guide to visit the American Ginseng Factory. Lunch in Hope, where the famous movie “Rambo, The First Blood” was filmed. Then we will visit Vancouver, stop in Stanley Park. Head to Gas Town, stop by the Steam Clock, then visit 2010 Winter Olympic Games Torch in Canada Place. Overnight hotel in Vancouver.

Day 9: Vancouver – Victoria($) –Vancouver
Enjoy your free time in Vancouver. We can visit friends in Vancouver, or go to Vancouver’s outlet mall for shopping.
Or choose our optional activity: Victoria 1 Day tour:
Take the ferry to Vancouver Island. Visit the Buchart Garden, then Victoria downtown: the harbour, the famous Empress Hotel and also the provincial parliament building, & Chinatown (the oldest Chinatown in Canada), etc. Then stop at Mile “0” marker in Beacon Hill Park, the Pacific terminal of TransCanada Highway. Overnight hotel in Vancouver.

Day 10: Vancouver – Seattle
Departure in the afternoon, cross the border head to the seaport city on the West Coast of the United States. Go visit the Museum of Flight, it was established in 1965 and is fully accredited by the American Alliance of Museums. As the largest private air and space museum in the world, it also hosts the largest K-12 educational programs in the world.

Day 11: Seattle – Spokane
After breakfast , go visit the observation tower in Seattle Space Needle. It was built in the Seattle Center for the 1962 World’s Fair and is a city landmark and is considered an icon of Seattle. Then go visit Pike Place Market. This is one of the oldest continuously operated public farmers’ markets in the United States.
Then head to Spokane, hotel will be in Spokane.

Day 12: Spokane – Coeur d’Alene – Yellowstone National Park
Visit Coeur d’Alene in Idaho. Enjoy walking on the world’s longest Floating Bridge on the Coeur D’Alene Lake. Then, go to “Big Sky Country” Montana. Enjoy the beautiful view of the Rocky Mountains. Then stop in the Legendary Silver Dollar Saloon where displayover 50,000 different silver dollars. Then head to the direction of Yellowstone National Park . Overnight Hotel near Yellowstone National Park .

Day 13: Yellowstone National Park
Visit Yellowstone National Park—the world’s first national park. Inside the park, there are big concentration of the world’s most extraordinary geysers and hot springs. The most famous is the Old Faithful Geyser which erupt 100 feet or higher approximately every 80 to 90 minutes. Then we can take a nearby path to visit many other smaller geysers & colorful hot springs. Later,visit Mammoth Hot Springs, the huge hot springs with many layers and different minerals, therefore, it creates very colorful view. While driving in the Yellowstone National Park , we can easily see lots of wildlife, especially elks and bisons, roaming on the road.
Overnight hotel same as above.

Day 14: Yellowstone National Park – Big Horn Mountain – Gillette
Departure from hotel in the morning, we’ll pass the Big Horn Mountain, stop at historic site of American/Indian War – Little Big Horn Battlefield National Monument, wich preserves the site of the June 25 and 26, 1876, Battle of the Little Bighorn.
Overnight hotel in Gillette

Day 15: Gillette – Devils Tower – Mt. Rushmore – Crazy Horse – Rapid City
Visit the Devils Tower, the first United States National Monument, formed by the intrusion of igneous material. Then, visit Mt. Rushmore, the giant sculptures of the heads of the four former U.S. presidents: Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln & Roosevelt. Then visit Crazy Horse Memorial, the world’s largest statue to honour the culture, tradition and living heritage of North American Indians. Overnight hotel in Rapid City.

Day 16: Rapid City– Wall Drugs – Badlands National Park – Jackson
Head to the Wall Drugs, the best place to shop for cowboy items. Here we can try the local favorites: buffalo burger. Then head to Badlands National Park where there is an unusual colourful landscape, which looks like another planet in the outer-space. Later in the day, visit Mitchell town, the world’s only corn palace. Its exterior is completely covered with thousands of bushels of native South Dakota corn, grain and grasses that are arranged into large murals every spring. Overnight hotel in Jackson

Day 17: Jackson – Madison – Chicago
Continue to travel east to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the American prairies. We will pass by the river shore of the famous Mississippi River, the longest river in U.S. Thenvisit the state capitol of Wisconsin, in Madison. This is the largest State Capitol in U.S. Overnight Hotel near Chicago.

Day 18: Chicago – Windsor
In the morning, head to downtown Chicago. Ascend the Skydeck Chicago,Willis Tower, the 2nd tallest building in U.S. with 110-storey high, have a bird-eye view of Chicago City. Then take the cruise along Chicago River, the tour guide will explainthe Chicago history and can see many beautiful skyscrapers and famous Chicago landmarks. Leave Chicago after the tour, shop in duty-free store and then head to Windsor, Canada. Overnight hotel in Windsor.

Day 19: Windsor – Toronto –Ottawa
Head east to Toronto. Shopping and lunch in the famous Pacific Mall in Markham. Then back toOttawa.