18 nights in June to explore Canada. This trip consists of Toronto, Niagara Falls, a motorhome around the Rockies before ending with a short stop in Vancouver on the way back to the UK. It’s in June/July so peak time and good weather hopefully. It does mean prices are a little more than expensive than May/June when I went but we also had lots of snow and some hiking routes were inaccessible due to avalanche warnings. You should have no such trouble in June/July.
This trip is based on 2 adults.
Flying from LGW to Toronto with a short stop, you’ll collect your car and drive to Ada’s Guesthouse. You’ll spend 4 nights in Toronto.
You’ll head to Niagara Falls where you will spend 2 nights. That is ample time to explore Niagara on the Lake and nearby areas. You’ll drive back to the airport on 26th for your evening flight to Calgary.
You have just one night in Calgary and you’ll need to get a taxi or shuttle to the nearby accommodation. It will be late and you can’t collect the motorhome and also allowing for tiredness and bears!
27 June – 7 July
You’ll collect your motorhome and have 10 nights to explore. I’d suggest Canmore, Banff, Icefields Parkway, Jasper and depending on how much you like to drive, Yoho NP. I’ve included 1500KM on the motorhome rental so this should be more than enough to cover a basic Rockies itinerary.
You will fly from Calgary back to London. Your flight has a very long stopover in Vancouver (just over 20 hrs) so this means you have time to explore some of Vancouver on 8th. I’d suggest Stanley Park and Gastown in the time you have. If you don’t want this long stopover you can look at alternatives.
You’ll arrive back in London on 9th July.
Total price £2638.36/£1319.17pp