|Continent, geographical location :||North AmericaIt is bordered to the west by the Pacific Ocean and Alaska, to the east by the Atlantic Ocean,to the northeast by Greenland (across the Nares Strait), and to the south by the ‘Lower 48’states of the USA. The polar ice cap lies to the north.|
|Area :||9,984,670 sq km|
|Official Language:||English and French|
|Religion :||Roman Catholic 42.6%, Protestant 23.3% (including United Church 9.5%, Anglican 6.8%, Baptist2.4%, Lutheran 2%), other Christian 4.4%|
|Currency :||Canadian Dollar (CAD) – $|
|Time difference from India :||Canada is 13:30 hrs. behind India. During daylight saving time (DST) behind by 12.30 hrs.For 2012 DST begins on 11th March and ends on 4th Nov (DST varies every year).|
|ISD code :||+ 1 and phone number|
|Government :||Constitutional monarchy▪ Prime Minister : Stephen Harper|
|Independence Day / National Day :||1st July is celebrated as National day or Canada Day,|
|Public Holidays :||▪ 1 Jan New Year’s Day▪ 6 Apr Easter▪ 21 May Victoria Day▪ 3 Sept Labour Day▪ 11 Oct Thanksgiving Day▪ 11 Nov Remembrance Day▪ 25 Dec ChristmasAdditional holidays may be observed regionally|
|Known for :||James Naismith – invented basketball and wrote the original basketball rulebook, Bryan Adams,Jim Carry, Pamela Anderson, Canadian Rockies,|
|National Landmark :||Canadian Rockies, Banff National Park, Jasper National Park,|
|National Airline with Code :||Air Canada (AC)|
|National Flower :||Maple Leaf|
|National Animal / Bird :||Beaver and Canadian Horse|
|Main Trade :||Motor vehicles and parts, machinery and equipment, crude petroleum, natural gas and high-technology products.|
Custom Rules :
• As a visitor, you can bring certain goods into Canada for your own use as “personal baggage”. Personal baggage includes
clothing, camping and sports equipment, cameras and personal computers. It also includes vehicles, private boats and aircraft.
• You must declare all goods when you arrive at the first CBSA port of entry. Border services officers do conduct examinations of
goods being imported or exported to verify declarations. If you declare goods when you arrive and take them back with you
when you leave, you will not have to pay any duty or taxes. These goods cannot be:
• used by a resident of Canada;
• used on behalf of a business based in Canada;
• be given as a gift to a Canadian resident; or
• disposed of or left in Canada.
• The border services officer may ask you to leave a security deposit for your goods, which will be refunded to you when you
export the goods from Canada. Should this occur, the officer will issue a Form E29B (PDF, 507 KB), Temporary Admission
Permit, retain a copy and give you one for your records. When you leave Canada, present your goods and your copy of Form
E29B to the officer who will give you a receipt copy of the form and your security deposit will be refunded by mail.
• You can import gifts for friends into Canada duty- and tax-free as long as each gift is valued at CAN$60 or less. If the gift is
worth more than CAN$60, you will have to pay duty and taxes on the excess amount. You cannot claim alcoholic beverages,
tobacco products or business-related material as gifts.
• International events in Canada
You can find information on streamlined border processes by going to the International Events section of the A-Z Index of the
CBSA Web site at www.cbsa.gc.ca. These streamlined border processes facilitate the entry and exit of people and goods
temporarily entering Canada to participate in conventions, international sporting competitions, political summits, research expeditions, meetings, trade shows and incentive travel.
• Alcohol and tobacco
As a visitor or a temporary resident, you may import, free of duty and taxes, the following amounts of alcoholic beverages and tobacco products, as long as these items are in your possession when you arrive in Canada.
• Alcoholic beverages
Alcoholic beverages are products that exceed 0.5% alcohol by volume. If you meet the minimum age requirements of the
province or territory where you enter Canada, you can include limited quantities of alcoholic beverages in your personal
entitlement. Minimum ages for the importation of alcoholic beverages, as prescribed by provincial or territorial authorities, are as follows: 18 years for Alberta, Manitoba and Quebec; and 19 years for the remaining provinces and territories.
You are allowed to import only one of the following amounts of alcoholic beverages free of duty and taxes:
• 1.5 litres (53 imperial ounces) of wine; or
• a total of 1.14 litres (40 ounces) of alcoholic beverages; or
• up to 8.5 litres of beer or ale.
• The CBSA classifies “cooler” products according to the alcoholic beverage they contain. For example, beer coolers are
considered to be beer and wine coolers are considered to be wine. Beverages not exceeding 0.5% alcohol by volume are not considered to be alcoholic beverages.
• The quantities of alcohol you can bring in must be within the limit set by the province or territory where you enter Canada. If
the value of the goods is more than the free allowance, you will have to pay duty and taxes, as well as provincial/territorial
assessment on the excess amount. In Nunavut and the Northwest Territories, you cannot bring more than the free allowance.
For more information, check with the appropriate provincial or territorial liquor control authority before your arrival to
Tobacco products – You are allowed to bring all of the following amounts of tobacco into Canada free of duty and taxes:
• 200 cigarettes;
• 50 cigars;
• 200 grams (7 ounces) of manufactured tobacco; and
• 200 tobacco sticks.
In addition, the Excise Act, 2001 also limits the quantity of tobacco products that can be imported (or possessed) by an individual for personal use if the tobacco product is not packaged and stamped “CANADA DUTY PAID ● DROIT ACQUITTÉ.” The limit is currently five units of tobacco products. One unit of tobacco products consists of one of the following:
• 200 cigarettes;
• 50 cigars;
• 200 grams (7 ounces) of manufactured tobacco; or
• 200 tobacco sticks.
Currency and monetary instruments
If you are importing or exporting monetary instruments equal to or greater than CAN$10,000 (or the equivalent in a foreign currency),
you must report the amount to the CBSA when you arrive or before you leave Canada. This applies to either cash or other monetary
instruments. For more information, please refer to the publication called Crossing the border with $10,000 or more? that is available on
the CBSA Web site at www.cbsa.gc.ca under “Publications and forms.”
• Obscene material
• Hate propaganda
• Child pornography
• Used or second-hand mattresses
• Health products (prescription drugs)
• Cultural property
• Firearms and weapons must declare at the CBSA port of entry when you enter Canada.
• Explosives, fireworks and ammunition have to imported with written authorization and permits to bring explosives, fireworks and certain types of ammunition into Canada.
• U.S. residents are allowed to operate aircraft, marine, amateur, citizens’ band (CB), General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS) and Family
Radio Service (FRS) radios as well as cellular and PCS (personal communications service) mobile radio telephones in Canada without
explicit permission from Industry Canada. If you are not a U.S. resident, you will need permission from Industry Canada to use this
Items imported for commercial use
If you import vehicles, farm equipment or other capital equipment to use in construction, contracting or manufacturing, or other goods to use or to be used in a trade, you have to pay the goods and services tax (GST) and any applicable duty on these items.
Goods subject to import controls.
3N Toronto – 4N Montreal – 3N Calgary – 4N Vancouver
Welcome to Toronto!! A fabulous waterfront city lying on the north shore of Lake Ontario, Toronto is Canada’s largest and most cosmopolitan city. Its breathtaking architecture, world class Theater, international sports, and beautiful waterfront setting make this a popular city to study in. Stroll around Harbor front Park with new international friends. Over 25millions people visit Toronto annually. Upon Arrival, check in Hotel.
Toronto City Tour
After Breakfast, proceed for a City tour of Toronto where you will explore- Hockey Hall of Fame, CN Tower, Rogers Center Air Canada Centre, Olympic Spirit, and Toronto’s Harbor front, St. Lawrence Market, and the Entertainment District, Casa Loma, the Royal Ontario Museum, Bata Shoe Museum, Eaton Center. (B)
Niagara Falls Day Tour
After Breakfast, today you will proceed towards Canada’s greatest Natural Wonder- Niagara Falls. You will visit the Horseshoe Falls, Table Rock, Floral Clock, Clifton Hill, and Niagara on the lake. We will board the famous boat “Maid of the mist” which takes us close to the thundering falls and around the American and Horseshoe Falls (seasonal). Later we will proceed back to Toronto. (B)
After Breakfast, fly to Montreal, a city at the foot of Mount Royal, known for its majestic Churches, Olympic Stadium and exciting festivals. Upon arrival, check in the hotel. Spend the time at Leisure. (B)
Montreal City Tour
After Breakfast, proceed for an exciting city tour of Montreal. Visit Old Montreal, Notre-Dame Basilica, Olympia Park, Mount Royal Park, St. Joseph’s Oratory, Montreal Harbor, Chinatown, Place Ville Marie, City Hall, Bell Centre, Downtown Montreal and much more. (B)
Ottawa City Tour
After Breakfast, Travel from Montreal by motor coach and spend a day exploring beautiful and historic Ottawa, Canada’s Capital. City tour includes the Parliament Building, Supreme Court of Canada, National Arts Center, and Rideau Canal. Ottawa City Hall, Rockcliffe Lookout, Dows Lake, Ornamental Gardens, Chinatown & Little Italy, Farmers Byward Market. Later drive back to Montreal. (B)
Quebec City Tour & Montmorency Falls
After Breakfast, proceed for a day tour to Quebec City. Today we will bring you through all the historical treasures of Quebec such as: Place Royale, Plains of Abraham, Parliament Building, Montmorency Falls, Ile D’Orleans, Place D’Armes and many more. (B)
Montreal – Calgary
Today we will fly to Calgary, which is the largest city in the province of Alberta, Canada. It is located in the south of the province, in a region of foothills and high plains, approximately 80 km east of the front ranges of the Canadian Rockies. Upon arrival, check in Hotel. Spend rest of the day at leisure. (B)
Calgary City tour
After breakfast, you will proceed for a city tour of Calgary and visit Calgary Tower, Old and New City Hall, Olympic Plaza, Fort Calgary Historic Park, Chinatown, Eau Claire Market Mall, Stephen Avenue, Devonian Garden, Stampede Park, Saddle dome and much more. (B)
Banff City Tour & Gandola Ride
Today you will enjoy this stunning tour which is a great way to see Banff and its surrounding areas from an amazing selection of perspectives. A full day excursion takes you from the city of Calgary into the Canadian Rockies through Alberta’s foothills and ranching country to the resort town of Banff in the Rocky Mountains. Experience our stories of the people, geology, and the building of this mountain town. This day trip includes admission to the Banff Gondola, where an 8-minute gondola car takes you to the top of the mountain. (B)
Calgary – Vancouver
Today you will fly to Vancouver, which is truly one of the world’s most beautiful cities and one of the healthiest places to visit or live. It is a sophisticated, vibrant, fun loving, outdoor living city. Upon arrival, check in hotel and spend time at leisure. (B)
Vancouver City Tour + Grouse Mountain + Suspension Bridge Tour
This all day tour combines Vancouver Highlights with the best of the North Shore: Capilano Suspension Bridge and Park and Grouse Mountain including the Grouse Mountain Sky ride to the top of the mountain. You’ll see Stanley Park, Chinatown, Gastown, English Bay and Yaletown downtown. You’ll also have plenty of time to explore Capilano Suspension Bridge with its Tree Top Adventure, Cliff Walk and the amazing bridge itself. Then it’s up to the top of Grouse Mountain by gondola where you’ll have time to visit Coola and Grinder, the two orphaned Grizzly Bears, watch amazing lumberjacks and the Lmbuer Jack Show, Birds in Motion and the Theatre in the Sky. (B)
Victoria & Butchart Garden Tour
Today you will enjoy a 90 minute cruise through the spectacular Gulf Islands. Watch for whales, sea lions and bald eagles. You will visit Butchart Gardens which is fifty-five acres of flowers, trees, pathways and creeks. Featuring a sunken garden, a world famous rose garden and a wonderful restaurant serving High Tea daily, Butchart Gardens is one of the most beautiful and best maintained gardens in the world. Tour the city of Victoria and take a scenic drive along the coast and enjoy the views. Ride through the famous Oak Bay and Uplands residential areas plus the University of Victoria, Beacon Hill Park, Chinatown and Downtown. (B)
Vancouver- Whistler & Shannon Falls Tour
After breakfast, you will enjoy the breathtaking views and scenic stops along the thrilling Sea-To-Sky Highway. Feel the mist of the spectacular 335-meter Shannon Falls. When you get to Whistler, there is ample time to shop, dine, take the Peak 2 Peak gondola, ride a bike or stroll through the trails. Seasonally, ride the Gondola to the Peak of Whistler Mountain. Enjoy glacier, mountain and river views on your leisurely ride home. (B)
After breakfast we will depart for the airport to board your flight for next Destination. (B)
Price / Inclusion
|PRICE FROM||USD STANDARD||USD DELUXE|
|Adult (Sharing 2)||$ 3239||$ 4018|
|Triple / Child with Bed||$ 3070||$ 3850|
|Infants 0-23 Months||$ 1135||$ 1400|
|Single Traveller||$ 4355||$ 5939|
|Quad (4 Sharing)||$ 2936||$ 3719|
|CITY NAME||HOTEL NAME||HOTEL NAME|
|Toronto||Hotel Quality Inn / Hampton Inn / Holiday Inn or Similar||Hotel Radisson / Hilton Garden Inn or Similar|
|Montreal||Hotel Holiday Inn / Aloft or Similar||Hotel Crown Plaza / Fairfield Marriott or Similar|
|Calgary||Hotel Holiday Inn Express / Comfort or Similar||Hotel Coast plaza / Four Point Sheraton or similar|
|Vancouver||Hotel Hampton Inn / Ramada or similar||Hotel Delta / Hilton or similar|
- 14 Nights Hotel Accommodations with Breakfast.
- Airport- Hotel-Airport Transfers on SIC basic.
- City Tour: Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec City, Calgary, Banff, Vancouver
- Day trip to Niagara falls with Maid of Mist
- Day trip to Banff with Gandola Ride
- Day trip to Grouse Mountain & Capilano Suspension Bridge
- Day tour to Victoria & Butchart Garden
- Day tour to Whistler with Shannon Falls
- All Taxes
- Return economy class airfare. Internal Airfare & airport taxes
- Visa and Insurances charges. Any other meals other than specified above
- Porterage at hotels and Airports.
- Any other sightseeing other than mentioned above.
- Any Entrance fees other than mentioned in inclusions.
- Any item of personal nature like tips, laundry, telephone calls etc
- 1USD = 58.
- All rates are based on minimum 2Pax traveling together at all tours.
- Surcharges apply for any trade fair/special event/weekend in LAS or any other event in city.
- Child age Between 2-9 years.
- Above 9 years is considered as an adult.
- All rates and availability are subject to change at the time of booking.
- Hotel Check in 4pm & Check out 11am, Breakfast time: 6:30 Am to 9:30 Am
- Early check in and late check-out subject to availability.
- Breakfast As provided by Hotel, Dinner Indian / International (Set Menu at Restaurant or Delivery at Hotel if the hotel is away from Restaurant). Dinners are pre-arranged and will not be change or refunded for missing any meals.
- Dinner provided will be a 3 course meal (1 appetizer, 1 Entrée, 1 Dessert).
- Any Additional menu must be paid by clients
- Transfer & Sightseeing’s SIC basis
- Some events are seasonal like Maid of the Mist, Cave of the Winds, Beast ride, Yosemite Park, Lake Tahoe etc. (Will be closed for winter)
- We reserve the right to use alternative accommodation, sightseeing tours and transfer of equal or higher standers.
- No refunds either in part or full will be made for any unused services in above package like ground transportation, meals, accommodation, sightseeing tours.
- The passport should be valid for at least 6 months from the date of departure.
- We are not holding any air seats and hotel bookings at this point of time
- Confirmation of Hotels and other services is subject to availability.
- We are not responsible for any missed breakfast due to flight timings.
- No Intercity surface transfers are included unless specified in the package.
- We are not responsible for any baggage charges by any airlines for the clients.
- Payment for the tour must be made as per the invoice & payment terms & conditions
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