Best of Canada's West
Motorhome Adventure

Vancouver • Monashee Mountains • Banff National Park • Jasper

Embark on this holiday to witness awe-inspiring views like you have never seen before! Western Canada is the place to explore the great outdoors and nature’s wonders.

Your holidays begin in Vancouver, where you’ll pick up your rental RV and start exploring. Our specialists recommend heading to the Okanagan Valley and on to the Canadian Rockies before heading back to Vancouver via Wells Gray Provincial Park. On this route, you’ll drive by majestic mountains and forests. Explore the incredible Banff National Park and go kayaking on Lake Louise. Head to Jasper on one of Canada’s most scenic drives framed by peaks rising to over 12,000 feet.

Each motorhome is fully equipped and designed to provide optimum comfort and practicality. Travelling by motorhome is the perfect choice if you want to explore at your own pace, staying overnight at sites where the nearest hotel is literally miles away. A motorhome is also excellent value for money, particularly for families or a group of friends.

No matter which way you decide to go, Canada’s dramatic natural wonders won’t disappoint! Talk to our Personal Travel Planners to learn more and plan this unforgettable holiday to Canada!


What's included?


Return flights to Vancouver
Flying with Air Canada
Flying from Dublin Airport


1 checked bag per person roundtrip

RV Hire

11 Nights T17 Motorhome pick up and drop off in Vancouver
2,000 Miles allowance
2 Personal kits (Sleeping kits and towels)
1 vehicle Kit (cookware, crockery and utensils)

Suggested Itinerary
1 NIGHT Burnaby Cariboo
2 NIGHTS Okanagan Valley
1 NIGHT Monashee Mountains
2 NIGHTS Banff
2 NIGHTS Jasper
1 NIGHT Clearwater
2 NIGHTS Vancouver
More details about the suggested itinerary below!

*Campsite fees paid locally, not included
Offer Details

Based on 2 adults sharing

Travelling October 2023

Quote Reference number: 53045454

Your Adventure...

Vancouver Arrival
Burnaby Cariboo
Okanagan Valley
Monashee Mountains
Banff National Park
  • Arrive Vancouver and stay for one night. Overnight at Vancouver Airport at the Sandman Hotel

  • After picking up your motorhome head for the great Burnaby Cariboo for your first night
    Suggested overnight stay: Burnaby Cariboo RV Park

  • Take a long but worthwhile drive on the TransCanada Highway to the Okanagan Valley
    Suggested overnight stay: Okanagan Lake Campground

  • A shorter drive today to Revelstoke nestled high in the Monashee Mountains
    Suggested overnight stay: Revelstoke KOA Campground

  • After a 3-hour drive you arrive in Lake Louise located in Banff National Park
    Suggested overnight stay: Lake Louise Campground

  • Head to Jasper on one of Canada’s most scenic drives framed by peaks rising to over 12,000 feet
    Suggested overnight stay: One of several campgrounds in the Jasper area

  • Drive through Wells Gray Provincial Park to Clearwater for your final stopover before Vancouver
    Suggested overnight stay: Helmcken Falls RV Park

  • Drive four and a half hours back to Vancouver and the Burnaby Cariboo for a two-night stay
    Suggested overnight stay: Burnaby Cariboo RV Park

  • Return your motorhome and transfer to Vancouver Airport for your return flight or extend you stay in Vancouver

What is touring in a Motorhome really like?

Freedom…Stay in one place as little or as long as you want. No set times for breakfast or dinner. No unpacking and repacking every day.

Flexibility…Chose either to follow one of our suggested itineraries or design your own. Not so keen on a place when you get there? No problem…all aboard and on to the next location.

Access…When visiting places such as the Grand Canyon or Zion National Park, you are able to overnight within the grounds of the parks and usually at a minimal cost. Aside from the National or State Parks, practically all of the tourist sites and sights that have drawn you here have welcoming Motorhome Parks right there.

Nature…Wake up to the sound of birds and a view of a vast mountain range. Step outside and take a deep breath of mountain or sea air. Relax with the family and eat breakfast in the sunshine. Then head out to your chosen destination for a full day of family fun. There is never any rush…and it doesn’t get better than that.

Cruise America offer four different types of motorhome:

T17 Truck Camper: Sleeps 3 people, length 6.15 metres
C19 Compact Motorhome: Sleeps family up to 3 people, length 6.15 metres
C25 Standard Motorhome: Sleeps family up to 5, length 7.3-7.6 metres
C30 Large Motorhome: Sleeps family up to 7 people, lenght 8.8-9.1 metres

All Cruise America’s motorhomes have a refrigerator and freezer. They all have a hob and a microwave and cupboards for food storage in the kitchen area. All have a shower, basin and flush toilet. Waste water from the bathroom and kitchen goes into two on-board holding tanks when you are not hooked up to mains drainage at a campground.
Cruise America also provides a Personal Kit with personal bedding and towels and a Kitchen Kit of pots and pans and crockery.

All Cruise America vehicles come with power steering, power brakes and automatic transmission. If you drive a manual vehicle at home, it will take you seconds to get the hang of forgetting your left foot and just using the on/off pedals – the power and the brake.
From our own experience, the vehicle length has never been a problem – it just seems to follow
you! Just be sure to make your turns wide. The vehicle width takes a little while to get used to,
but by day two you will be driving your motorhome like a professional! You don’t need a special license – all you need is to be 25 years of age or older and possess a valid driver’s license and a major credit card.

Campground rates vary based on time of year and what facilities they offer. Generally you can expect to pay between $10 and $50 per night.
A partial list of commonly found facilities would include: electric, water, sewer hook-ups, washer, dryer, swimming pool, playground, BBQ pits, on-site convenience store.
If wanting to stay near big attractions – Disney, Universal Studios, Niagara Falls – or close to popular cities or in the National Parks, we would always recommend advance booking for campgrounds. Otherwise, if travelling in July and August booking ahead is a very good idea also.

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