Bus tours in Canada for small groups and with good hotels

Our summer and winter bus tours for small groups with good hotels in Western Canada cover the best and famous landscapes between Calgary, the Rocky Mountains and Vancouver Island. These mini bus tours are combinations of sightseeing, hiking and fun activities with free time to make your own discoveries.

bus tours for small groups in Canada Our hotel and bus tours with small groups of not more than 12 passengers allow the best flexibility to include an occasional moderate hike, drive a detour to take in a local rodeo, or consider individual requests. Perhaps your small group of new friends wants to spend an evening in a tavern playing pool with the regulars, organize a beach barbeque, or ask the guide to organize some other fun activity.

minibus, small group travelAmong the fans of winter sports Canada is known for the best powder snow and short line-ups at the slopes, but there is more to do in winter than skiing in the Canadian Rockies, so please check out our winter program.

The mini buses have seats for 14 passengers plus the guide (driver). With a group size of maximum 12 passengers there is plenty of room for all. Luggage is stored behind the last row or in the trailer.

The best bus / hotel tours between Calgary and Vancouver Island for small group travel
 


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What People are Saying
It was a really nice and funny trip, like a little adventure. Had a great time with the group and the guides. The guides (Rebecca and Garrett) are very nice and lovely, but I just won once in UNO, so I think Garrett cheated.

Celina S. 2019, Tour K5
One of thew best I have done. Every aspect came together very well + we spent a lot of time laughing together. Sam (the guide) was terrific. Patient with slower walkers. Good sense of humor + fun. Right balance of being there and letting us do our thing.

Lucienne L. 2019, Tour P9
Fantastic choice of hikes and places! The meals have been rich in variety and very good. The last camping ground near Whistler was the worst. The guide was fantastic! She took good care of us and was very patient with us.

Hanna K. 2018, Tour H