The Duke and Duchess arrive at the Calgary Stampede // © 2011 Government of Alberta
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Will and Kate, may have just left Calgary, Alberta, and the Calgary Stampede recently ended, but Alberta travel is sure to still be front and center in the minds of many of your clients. Anderson Vacations is making it even easier to bring clients to Alberta with a roundup of packages sure to fit their needs.
For outdoor lovers, the two-day, one-night Kananaskis Country Saddle and Paddle package sets clients up at the base of the Rocky Mountains and features a two-hour, guided horseback trail ride and a barbecue lunch on the day of arrival. On the second day, clients take a two-hour whitewater rafting adventure as well as a summit helicopter experience. Packages start from $369 per person, based on double occupancy.
For clients who prefer to watch the excitement unfold in front of them, the rodeo may be more their style. Clients can take advantage of the Championship Thrills and Spills package, offering two nights’ accommodation with a two-day transit pass and tickets to two Canadian Final Rodeo events in Edmonton, Alberta. Also included in this package is an official Canadian Final Rodeo souvenir and a discount booklet. Packages start at $299 per person, based on double occupancy.
For clients who enjoy a little bit of everything that a destination has to offer, the four-day, three-night Calgary: Hub and Spoke package gives the best of all worlds. The package allows clients to stay in the city, while experiencing everything the West has to offer. The package includes three nights of moderate accommodation within Calgary, entrance to the Royal Tyrrell Museum, a real life ranch experience at the Bar U Ranch, a two-hour trail ride and a true cowboy dinner at Buzzards restaurant. City attraction entrances to Heritage Park, the Calgary Tower and the Calgary Zoo are also included. Prices start at $349 per person, based on double occupancy.