Featured Tour Destinations

Below is a list of Tour Destinations offered by Wells Gray Tours

Vietnam & Cambodia – March 2017

A thriving trade route for six different countries in Southeast Asia for thousands of years, the Mekong River remains one of the few big rivers in the world that refuses to be civilized. Rich with wildlife, it is only second to the Amazon as being the most biologically diverse. We will be visiting two of…
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Portugal & Morocco March – 2017

Portugal & Morocco Portugal shares the southwestern tip of Europe on the Iberian Peninsula with Spain. To the west and south of Portugal is the Atlantic Ocean’s fantastic coastline consisting mostly of golden sand and endless dunes. Geographically and culturally somewhat isolated from its neighbour, this country has a rich unique culture, beautiful countryside, lively…
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Panama Canal – April 2017

Panama Canal – April 2016 Panama is a country in Central America which connects two continents and has a length of over 600 km, but a width of just 50 km between the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea at its narrowest. Panama has a population of 3.3 million people, mostly concentrated near the Panama…
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Churchill, Manitoba – November 2016

Churchill Polar Bears Churchill, Manitoba is located along the western shores of Hudson Bay, roughly 110 kilometres from the Manitoba/Nunavut border. Churchill is just a small town of just under 1,000 residents. Like all northern communities in Canada, Churchill can sometimes see the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) when there is a high amount of solar activity….
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Maritimes and Newfoundland – August 2017

Newfoundland is a large island located in the Atlantic Ocean off the eastern coast of Canada. It is the 15th largest island in the world. Together with Labrador it makes up one of the four provinces of Atlantic Canada. Vikings first landed here 1,000 years ago. It joined confederation in 1949. The capital city is…
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Harrison – March 2017

Harrison is located at the southern end of Harrison Lake, which is the largest body of fresh water in southwestern BC. It is situated 90 minutes east of Vancouver in the area know as the Fraser Valley. Harrison is named for a former deputy governor of the Hudson’s Bay CO, a man by the name…
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New Orleans – October 2017

New Orleans is a major United States port and the largest city and metropolitan area in the state of Louisiana. The city is located in southeastern Louisiana, straddling the Mississippi River. Known for its French Creole architecture and cross cultural and multilingual heritage, New Orleans is also famous for its cuisine, music (birthplace of jazz),…
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Alaska – May 2017

Alaska is the largest state in the United States by area, while also the least densely populated. Situated in the northwest extremity of North America, it has a longer coastline than all the other U.S. states combined. The port towns of Juneau, Skagway and Ketchikan are extremely important to the state as cruise tourism brings…
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Branson – October 2017

Branson, Missouri is nestled in the lakeside beauty of the Ozark Mountains. Branson is America’s music capital and it boasts about 40 live theatres and has more theatre seats than Broadway or Las Vegas. In 2010 Branson celebrated 50 years of family entertainment, and it has consistently been named the #1 destination in the US…
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New York City – June 2017

The Big Apple is home to some of the most recognizable and cherished landmarks and attractions in the world. From the Statue of Liberty, Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Times Square and Central Park to the Empire State Building, the Broadway theatre district and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, this city is incomparable when it comes…
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Haida Gwaii – August 2017

Previously known as the Queen Charlotte Islands, this archipelago of more than 150 islands is located approximately 50 miles off the northwest coast of British Columbia. Arguably one of the most beautiful and diverse landscapes in the world, Haida Gwaii is known for its rugged coastlines, majestic mountains, stunning array of marine life, giant cedars,…
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Portland – November 2016

Portland, also known as “The City of Roses” features the natural beauty of the Columbia River, a vibrant arts and culture scene and tasty, seasonally focused dining. Portland has also been named one of the most environmentally friendly cities in the United States. To learn more about Portland check out www.travelportland.com. Several Wells Gray tours…
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Leavenworth – December 2016

Leavenworth is a quaint Bavarian-themed town nestled in a gorgeous valley surrounded by mountains of Washington State. Leavenworth is truly a gem and Wells Gray Tours is a frequent visitor to this remarkable village which offers year-round celebrations and festivals. For a complete list click here. Theatre comes alive in the Leavenworth Summer Theatre’s annual…
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Iceland – June 2017

With more than 100 fjords along the coastline, over 10,000 waterfalls and countless hot springs, Iceland is a place of natural beauty that Wells Gray Tours loves to visit. Iceland is also a hotspot for volcanic and geothermic activity, providing some interesting lava field landscapes. Our circle trip around the island lets passengers experience all…
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Wells Gray Park – June 2017

Wells Gray Park is located in British Columbia’s North Thompson Valley and has been nicknamed Canada’s “Waterfalls Park” and “Volcanoes Park”. There are dozens of interesting things to see and do in the park, like viewing amazing waterfalls such as the 300-foot wide Dawson Falls, or the awesome Helmcken Falls, and activities like hiking the…
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Victoria – Christmas 2016

Victoria, the capital city of British Columbia, boasts a very mild climate which enables tourists to enjoy this beautiful city all year long. From the Royal BC Museum and National Geographic Theatre, to the spectacular Butchart Gardens, Victoria is sure to impress all its visitors. Victoria is at its most charming during the Christmas season…
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Seattle – January 2017

Seattle is anything but an ordinary city. Situated on Washington’s Puget Sound, this city is known for the birth of grunge music, the development of famous coffee companies and the fabrication of jet engines. To learn more about this coastal city visit www.visitseattle.org. Head to the top of the Space Needle, hop on Ride the…
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