Types of Girls about the Globe (GatG) – Adventure GatG, Nature GatG, Wildlife GatG
If having breathtaking adventures in Western Canada is on your solo wish list, look no further than Moose Travel Network.
Moose Travel Network offer the best adventure tours in Western Canada with the opportunity to explore the best places in Alberta and British Columbia including the Rocky Mountains, Whistler, and Vancouver Island. Their tours take you through stunning scenery and pack in plenty of adrenaline-fuelled activities for us adventurous solos.
The tours have been designed for solo travellers so you don’t have to be alone. All the Moose guides are friendly and welcoming and will make you feel instantly at ease. There are up to 24 people on their tours so you'll have plenty of people to interact with.
The trips allow you the flexibility to be as independent as you want to be. During the days you’ll be travelling around Canada with the group on the bus but once you arrive in a location you can either choose to explore independently or join the group for the day’s activities.
Adventure Tours in Canada (The Western Part)
Their top rated tours include the Caribou, or the Pacific discovering the best of the Rockies, Vancouver and Whistler within a two week trip.
Choose the 8 day Caribou Tour and see the highlights of southern British Columbia and Alberta, starting and finishing in Vancouver. Explore Kelowna, the famous Icefields Parkway, Banff, Jasper and Yoho National Park, all included in your tour. Tours depart from end of April until mid-October, with two scheduled departures per week.
If you have longer than a week, choose the Pacific pass for 14 days. Starting from Vancouver you travel through Whistler and the Canadian Rockies seeing some incredible scenery on the way. It makes seeing glacial lakes, waterfalls, mountains and rivers so much easier. The pass also includes ferry rides to and from Vancouver Island as well as paddle boarding on Skaha Lake.
What's Included With Moose Travel Network
Trips usually include Moose Travel transportation, the driver/tour guide, National Park fees, and some of the trip meals. With accommodation, you can either take the accommodated tour option or opt for non-accommodated. If you prefer everything to be taken care of for you then Moose Travel can arrange all your accommodation which is generally a bed in a mixed hostel dorm. If you do decide to go for the non-accommodated option you will need to book all of your nights yourself.
There are so many adrenalin-filled optional activities that you can do. Canada is perfect for hiking, swimming and spotting bears and of course, moose! Go sea kayaking, surfing, spend time in natural springs or join a whale watching tour to see these amazing mammals. In Whistler you can fly through the air on a zip line, jump through the air on a bungee, hike through the trees on a canopy walk, or bike through the mountains. There is even an ice explorer glacier tour in the Icefields near Jasper.
If you don’t feel like participating in the optional activities you don’t have to either as your Moose guide will provide you with an alternative. It’s your trip so you can tailor it to how you want it to be. You’ll leave this trip with so many new adventures and possibly even new activities too! If you’ve ever wanted to see wildlife such as bears and elk in their natural habitat, then ride the moose! Western Canada, here you come!
Moose Travel Network Reviews
“The Moose Whistler Day Tour is a great way to visit Whistler if you've got limited time (I recommend the two day tour if you have extra time to spare!). It's also a great option if you're travelling solo as you'll get to meet lots of like minded backpackers to share the experience. Booking the tour was quick and easy and Amanda on the desk was fantastic!
We left the Samesun Backpackers, the last pick up spot, just after 9am. Shannon Falls was our first stop. Jolene, our tour guide was really fun and had lots of information about sights along the Sea to Sky Highway. When we got to Whistler we had 4 hours of our own time to explore the village or head up to the mountains on the gondola. There are lots of different activities to choose from!”
“On the way back to Vancouver we stopped off at Brandywine Falls, another beautiful waterfall. This spot was a little quieter and there was a nice walk through the forest from the car park to the falls.
We got back to downtown Vancouver by 6:30pm. All in all, it was a brilliant day out! There's lots to see and do in Whistler and Jolene made the journey lots of fun. I'll definitely be booking another trip with Moose in the near future!” – Michaela D