Calgary City Tour
Banff & Lake Louise Tour
Columbia Icefield Tour
Jasper & Maligne Lake Tour
Drumheller & Badland Tour
Waterton Park Tour



The Waterton Lake National Park, the only place on earth endowed with three titles : a UNESCO World Heritage Site, an International Peace Park, and a Biosphere Reserve. It is located 300 km away from Calgary, in the southwest.


The dramatic collision of prairies and mountains has forged a rich variety of landscapes. The grasslands, aspen groves, evergreen forests and alpine tundra are home to flora and fauna found nowhere else.

The smallest of our Rocky Mountain parks, Waterton is pleasantly free of crowds. Hit the trails and you’re likely to see more wildlife than people. Take in the remarkable view at the top of the Bear’s Hump. Soak up the sun on the beach at Upper Waterton Lake, or cruise across the water to another country and swap stories with new friends at the clubhouse restaurant.

Embrace the Rocky Mountain Winter in Waterton by snowshoeing or cross-country skiing along the snowy trails. Tobogganing and skating on a frozen mountain lake are true Alberta traditions. Experience the thrill of ice climbing and so much more. (


We make a stop at the Head-Smashed-in Buffalo Jump World Heritage Site's Interpretative Center.

"This archaeologic site, know around the world, preserves the remarkable history of the Plains People

through the millennia. Because of their excellent understanding of the regional topography and bison

behaviour, the native people were able to hunt bison by stampeding them over a cliff. They then carved

up the carcasses and dragged the pieces to be butchered and processed in the butchering camp set up

on the flats beyond the cliffs". Tourism Alberta.

Prices: $150.00 by person based on three people.$185.00 by person based on two people. 

taxes is not included.

The National Parks Fee is included

Transportation and a tour guide/driver included

Buffalo Jump Interpretative center admission is not included



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Walking on eternal ice


During the 2017 summer season (mid-May to mid-October) we are offering daily full days Tours to Banff & Lake Louise and Columbia Icefields. Contact us for more information at 1(403)9037510. 

Our tour starts at 7:00 AM in Calgary, which is 300 km away from the Athabasca Glacier or at 8:00 AM if you are currently residing in the town of Banff.

We will make our first stop at Lake Louise to enjoy the beauty of one of the most spectacular lakes in the world. We will also have an opportunity to take advantage of the cafe at the Chateau Lake Louise.

We follow the Route 93, also called Ice field Parkway, known worldwide for its natural beauty. Here we can see animals in their natural habitat, such as bears, badgers, moose, mountain goats, sheep and cougars. We will also see countless beautiful mountains covered by glaciers, and beautiful lakes such as the Bow Lake, and the Peyto Lake. We will stop to take pictures and marvel at the beauty of these rivers and waterfalls. We can stop whenever possible and safe to photograph wild animals on the roadside.

The Columbia Ice field Glacier, located in the Rocky Mountains, is approximately 300km in length and between 100 and 300 meters deep. Our main goal is to walk on the Athabasca Glacier, one of the arms of the Columbia Ice field Glacier. We will take a special bus that will take us up to the interior of the glacier. When you get off, you are stepping on eternal ice. Some even believe that the thawed ice is medicinal.

If you like adventure and always wanted to walk on clouds, then I invite you to go for a walk on a suspended structure with transparent floor called the Skywalk.

At the end, the tour guide will return you to your starting point and on the way, search for more wildlife to photograph.


Full day trip - around 11 hours


Tour starts at 7:00AM from Calgary


Price: $ 170.00 per person 

(We need a minimum of three people to keep the price of $170) Tour for just two people each pay $240.) 


It is included the National Parks Fee

Does not include entry to the glacier, the Skywalk and lunch


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Where dinosaurs are real!

In Drumheller, located 135km from Calgary, we find a unique tourist attractions, for example, the Royal Tyrrell Museum.  This museum is known world-wide for their collection of dinosaur fossils.  They are currently housing over 125,000 fossil of different specimen.

The Canadian Badlands is a place of ancient history, even before humans. It impresses everyone who passes by, one way or another. This region is the ground where the dinosaur fossils were found, are still to be discovered. During our visit, we will visit the Hoodoos,  pillars of rock. These rocks used to be bigger and thicker, but because of mechanical weathering, the rocks are worn down to what it is today. The visible hoodoos are just a small part of what they actually are. They are connected to the sedimentary rock that covers 95% of Alberta.

In the early 1900s, it was discovered that there was a vein of coal in Drumheller. This lead to a huge economic boost in Drumheller until World War II, when they discovered petroleum in other parts of Alberta. We will take our trip the Atlas Coal Mine Museum, one of the only standing coal mines. We can take a tour deep inside the mine to know and learn how important coal was in Drumheller, and to the Canadian economy.

We will also pass through the Rosedale Suspension Bridge, which is 117m long. This bridge crosses the Red Deer River. This bridge was built in 1931 for the use of miners traveling from place to place.

Before we finish our trip, we will stop at Horseshoe Canyon. It got its name because the canyon looks like a horseshoe. A big, 10 km one.

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A full day trip - about 9 hours

We will pick you up about 8:AM and drop you off at your hotel about 5:PM 


Price: $135.00 per person 


It includes transportation and a tour guide/ driver 

(The price of $135.00 is valid if we have a minimum of three passengers). Tour for two people each pay $185.00.  


You are welcome to visit our GALLERY to see more pictures of this tour.




Jasper’s city is 400km away from Calgary. This tour cannot be done in one day, especially since the Jasper Park has many natural attractions that deserves at least two days of sightseeing.

Among the four parks of the Rocky Mountains, Jasper Park is the highest park (10.800km above sea level), has more rugged landscapes and also is where you will have a good chance to see wildlife. Jasper is a jewel in the midst of nature and it has excellent hotels and all the services that visitors need.

Jasper’s visitors can take a gondola that carries them up to Whistler Mountain where they can have a panoramic, amazing view of the Ice Fields and Robson peak, the highest mountain of the Canadian Rockies. 

Jasper offers many attractions. The most popular attraction, without a doubt, is the Maligne Valley, located 70km away from Jasper. This is where the Maligne Lake resides. The length of this lake is 22km and up to 95m deep. Her waters change to turquoise, depending on the amount of minerals in the water. Some parts of the lake are accessible on foot, canoe or boat. Rafting is quite common on Maligne Lake. In the valley we also find the Maligne Canyon that has a depth of up to 54m and is the most spectacular cannon of the Rockies.  It is certainly worth visiting.



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The unforgettable trip 

During the 2017 summer season (mid-May to Mid-October) we are offering daily full days Tours to Banff & Lake Louise and Columbia Icefields. Contact us for more information at 1 (403)9037510 

Our trip begins at 8:00AM in Calgary or Banff town. Lake Louise is 180km away from Calgary. When we are on our way to our destination, you will be given information regarding Calgary. After taking the TransCanada highway, our guides will be able to answer any questions you have about anything at all. Maybe you would like to know more about the area, the people that live there and more. Our tour passes through Kananaskis, where many aboriginal reserves are found. We will also pass through Canmore, a beautiful city, famous for its mountain views such as The Three Sisters. We could stop in Canmore to grab a coffee or a snack. From then we will continue onto Lake Louise.

Lake Louise is considered one the most beautiful lake in the world, with its emerald green waters. This lake is in the center of the green pine forest, and is at the foot of the Glacier Victoria, the glacier that feeds Lake Louise. To complete the beautiful scenery is the Chateau Lake Louise, where you can come inside and drink some tea and admire the outside beauty.


Prepare yourselves, we are not done yet! After seeing Lake Louise we'll go visit the Moraine Lake with its fabulous blue water. Lake Moraine is located in the heart of the valley of the Ten peaks. It is only 11km from Lake Louise. From there you can go to a lookout point and take in all the scenery. 


After lunch, we visit the Gondola, a cableway or ski lift, on mountain Sulphur. This trip is optional. The gondola will take you to the highest part of the mountain, and from there, you will have an amazing panoramic view of the scenery, composed by mountains, valleys, rivers and the town of Banff.


From there we will visit the Bow Fall, known for being used in movies, depicting famous movie stars being swept over Bow Falls, including Marilyn Monroe and Robert Mitchum. We will also visit the Surprise Corner, The Fairmont Banff Spring Hotel and Hoodoos found on Tunnel Mountain, weather permitting. We will have a 15-20 minute walk to the center of Banff to shop for souvenirs or snacks.                              


                                                          Full day trip - around 9 hours       


We leave your hotel at 8:00AM 


Price: $150.00 per person 

(We need a minimun of three people to run the tour to $150.00 per person). The price for two people is $400.00.   

National Parks Fee included

It includes transportation and a tour guide/driver

Do not include lunch and Gondola admission   


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1 (403) 903 7510


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The three-hour tour of the city of Calgary will give visitors a general idea of ​​the city as well as sufficient information on the history and current culture of Calgary.

The tour starts in Downtown where you can admire the architecture of the last century, as well as the current modern style. Among the attractions that you will see is the Calgary Tower, the Glenbow Museum, the City Hall, and the Olympic Plaza. You will also see The Bow building, which is the tallest building in Calgary, standing 236 m tall. You might spot the Wonderland sculpture, a 12 m tall head of a woman. It was made by Jaume Plensa, a Spanish artist.


We will make a quick stop at Fort Calgary to meet the birthplace of Calgary. Soon we follow up to the Scotsman view, from where you have a great view of the city and Stampede Park, where the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth is held. The Stampede event takes place every year in July and receives over 1 million visitors from all over the world.


We will continue our walk through Chinatown to meet its restaurants, shopping malls, parks, and the spectacular Chinese cultural center. Later, if possible, we'll visit Prince’s Island Park that is located in the urban area. It is a resting place for sports lovers and even for executives back in the day. This park is place of many cultural events, such as the Latino Festival and Shakespeare in the Park. Later we will visit a lookout of the city on Crescent Road. This viewpoint has an excellent view of the city and its surroundings. We can appreciate the beauty of the Bow River, Prince’s Island Park and the beautiful Calgarian downtown. 

Finishing our tour, we will go to Canada Olympic Park, where the Winter Olympic Games took place in 1988. It is an amazing place to take lots of pictures! Fun fact: one of the sleds used in the movie Cool Runnings stands in the park today!

During the summer, the park offers various activities such as zip lining, bobsledding, luge, and the museum Hall of Fame. 

We await you on your fun-filled tour! 


You are welcome to visit our GALLERY to see more pictures of this tour 


If you wish to know more about this tour, please contact us by

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Schedule of tours

9:00 to 12:00 am

13:00 to 16:00 pm


Rate: CAD$68.25, taxes included, when we have a minimum of 3 passengers.

From 1 to 2 passengers the rate is $CAD210.00, taxes included.