2 Weeks in Canada: Which Itinerary for 14, 15 or 16 Days?
You’re planning a 2 weeks trip to Canada and you’re looking for the best Itinerary?
You’re at the right place!
In order to help you plan your stay, I have prepared this recommended Itinerary for 2 weeks in Canada. You will discover some of the best places to visit in the Western part of the country!
For this itinerary, in addition to the best things to do and must-see attractions, I will also give you all my best tips as well as my list of the best accommodations depending on your budget.
So, what are the best things to do in Canada in 14, 15 or 16 days? Where to stay?
Let’s find out!
- 2 Weeks in Canada: Which Itinerary for 14, 15 or 16 Days?
- 1) Vancouver (2 days)
- 2) Victoria (2 days)
- 3) Pacific Rim (2 days)
- 4) Whistler (2 days)
- 5) Wells Gray Provincial Park (2 days)
- 6) Jasper National Park (2 days)
- 7) Banff National Park (2 days)
- 8) Calgary (1 day)
- Going to Canada: Flight prices
- You’re traveling in Canada? These articles will help you!
1) Vancouver (2 days)
To explore Canada in 14-15 days and uncover the best of the West, I recommend flying into Vancouver.
You can explore the city by foot or public transit, but you’ll definitely need a car for all the following stages of this 2-week tour in Canada. It’s up to you if you prefer to pick it up upon your arrival or come back for it before heading to the next city.
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For your first day in Vancouver, here’s my recommended itinerary (in order):
- Stroll through the historic Gastown district, admire the beautiful Victorian buildings, and don’t forget to snap a photo of the neighborhood’s curiosity, the Steam Clock.
- Discover Chinatown and the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden for a zen break amidst the city’s skyscrapers.
- Head to Canada Place and the waterfront, where you can enjoy views of Stanley Park and the surrounding mountains. Also, don’t miss the Digital Orca for that souvenir photo.
- Try out FlyOver Canada, a 4D tour of the country. An absolute must-do in Vancouver.
To ensure your spot, it’s essential to book your session for FlyOver Canada in advance. Don’t wait, secure your experience by clicking the green button below:
In the afternoon, make your way to Stanley Park for a walk or a bike ride (you can also book guided tours here!) in the city’s largest park. While wandering, be sure to visit the area with the Indigenous totem poles and take in the view of the Lions Gate Bridge.
At sunset, I suggest you head to the Vancouver Lookout, a tall tower with a panoramic platform overlooking the city, similar to the CN Tower in Toronto or the Bayoke Tower in Bangkok. You can book tickets by clicking here
End your first day in Vancouver by savoring delicious dishes at one of the best restaurants in the city, located in the Yaletown district.
Spend the night in Vancouver.
On the second day of this two-week Canadian adventure, I suggest you continue your exploration of Vancouver.
And we’re kicking off with an unforgettable experience: a seaplane flight over the city! This twenty-minute flight offers an entirely unique perspective on the city. A big highlight of your 15-day Canadian road trip.
You can book this seaplane outing in Vancouver in advance, by clicking the button below:
Once back on land, here are some other things to see during the day:
- Granville Island and its enormous covered market where you can grab a lovely picnic or stop to eat at one of the food court’s stands.
- The Museum of Anthropology, focusing on the history of the First Nations, Indigenous peoples of British Columbia and Canada.
- Wreck Beach, located right next to the museum.
- The VanDusen Botanical Garden, home to 7,500 plant and tree species and ranked among North America’s most beautiful gardens.
- A shopping spree on Robson Street, packed with loads of awesome stores to check out.
Spend another night in Vancouver.
For more details and additional explanations on visiting Vancouver, check out my article: best things to do in Vancouver!
There, you’ll find more ideas for activities and tours to do in Vancouver. For example:
- A cruise to watch whales and orcas
- Vancouver Aquarium (perfect for a day out with kids!)
- Vancouver hop-on hop-off bus tour. 24h or 48h pass with included English audio guide.
- Commentated one-hour cruise in Vancouver’s harbor
- Sunset cruise in Vancouver with included buffet dinner. Duration: 2h30
- A guided walking tour of the city.
Where to stay in Vancouver
- Samesun Vancouver: This funky youth hostel is right in the middle of the city, a stone’s throw away from Yaletown district. Bunk in a dorm from €40, breakfast included. Strong points: location in the city centre, the vibrant atmosphere, comfy beds, and a cracking breakfast with muffins and bagels. A top-notch pick for budget-friendly accommodations in Vancouver!
- The Sylvia Hotel: Located just a two-minute stroll from Stanley Park and a minute from the beach. Spacious and bright double rooms starting at €120 per night. Strong points: prime location, friendly staff, and the authentic charm of the place.
- Blue Horizon Hotel: This gem is on Robson Street, the main shopping artery of Vancouver. Super spacious, comfy double room with a killer view from €170. Strong points: fantastic location to explore Vancouver by foot, the view, plenty of shops and restaurants close by, room comfort. My favorite for its value for money In my opinion, the best hotel in Vancouver.
- The St Regis Hotel: Nestled right in downtown, a hop, skip, and a jump away from Vancouver Lookout. Spacious and cozy double rooms from €240 per night, breakfast included. Strong points: optimal location, helpful and warm staff, room comfort, and a scrumptious and plentiful breakfast.
- Rosewood Hotel Georgia: A splendid 5-star hotel in downtown Vancouver offering beautifully decorated rooms from €350 per night. Strong points: indoor swimming pool, spa, and top-notch services. The best hotel in Vancouver for a luxury stay!
2) Victoria (2 days)
Next on your Canadian itinerary, head on over to Victoria, the capital of British Columbia.
To get there from Vancouver you’ll need to catch the ferry from Tsawwassen, which is about a 45-minute drive south of downtown. The ferry ride takes an hour and a half, costing about $60 for the car and $18 per passenger.
The boat will drop you off at Swartz Bay, 30 km from downtown Victoria.
Before reaching the city, I’d recommend you stop off to visit Butchart Gardens, located halfway between Swartz Bay and Victoria. These gardens are one of the major tourist attractions to check out.
You can take a stroll amidst gorgeous flower beds and trees. The park is organized into various theme gardens, including a rose garden and a Japanese garden.
Then head to Victoria, just a 30-minute drive away.
For the end of the day, you can take a leisurely stroll:
- In the Chinatown District
- At Market Square, where you’ll find shops and restaurants
- Bastion Square
- Along the Inner Harbour, Victoria’s port, where you can admire the city’s most famous hotel: the Fairmont Empress.
Spend the night in Victoria.
On your second day in Victoria, I recommend you take a boat trip to spot orcas and whales!
There are departures every hour between May and September, and the cruise lasts 3 hours.
Since this excursion is super popular, make sure to grab your spot early by clicking here:
After your morning boat ride, head over to the Parliament, which you can visit for free, then visit the Royal BC Museum next door. This museum is the most popular in Victoria. It’s rich and expertly presented, taking you on a journey through the province’s captivating history and culture. You’ll be immersed in interactive exhibits, complete with meticulously crafted reconstructions and captivating scenarios.
For the end of the day, you can go for a walk at Beacon Hill Park, which is by the sea.
Spend a second night in Victoria.
Where to stay in Victoria
- Ocean Island Inn | Backpackers | Suites: A centrally-located hostel. Dorm beds start from 30€, breakfast and dinner included. It’s the most budget-friendly option in the city. Perfect for backpackers.
- Robin Hood Inn and Suites: A mere 5-minute drive from the heart of Victoria. Double rooms are spacious and super clean, starting from €100. Strong points: the helpful staff, location, tranquillity.
- Oak Bay Beach Hotel: Seafront location, 5 minutes drive from Victoria. Cozy double rooms with large windows start from €200. Strong points: the view, heated outdoor pool, spa, hotel comfort and prestige.
- Hotel Grand Pacific: Just 100 meters from Parliament and 5 minutes from Beacon Hill. Modern, bright double rooms from €250, breakfast at €15. Strong points: the large indoor pool, bay views, location.
- Fairmont Empress Hotel: A 5-star hotel in the heart of Victoria. Elegant double rooms with exquisite decor from €350, breakfast included. Strong points: the indoor pool, Spa, location.
3) Pacific Rim (2 days)
For the next leg of this 2-week trip to Canada, I suggest you discover more of Vancouver Island.
Your day will be dedicated to reaching Ucluelet, 300 km from Victoria. To break up the 4-hour journey and stretch your legs, you can make 2 stops:
- In the village of Duncan, 50 minutes from Victoria. A stroll around downtown will let you admire the multitude of traditional First Nations totems scattered throughout the streets. Follow the yellow footprints on the ground, and you won’t miss a single one.
- At Cathedral Grove (1h20 from Duncan) in Mac Millan Provincial Park, where you can walk along marked trails among stunning centuries-old trees, some of which are over 800 years old!
From Cathedral Grove, it’s another 1h50 drive to reach Ucluelet.
Stay the night in the area.
The next day is dedicated to the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. From Ucluelet, you can easily explore the part of the park located between the town and Tofino which includes the famous Long Beach.
There are several really nice, easy hikes, like the Rainforest Trail or the Schooner Cove. Don’t hesitate to stop by the visitor center to pick up a trail map.
Spend a second night near Pacific Rim.
Accommodation at Pacific Rim:
- C&N Backpackers – Ucluelet: A seaside hostel with views of the Pacific Ocean. Dormitory beds from €25. Strong points: the garden, the setting, the relaxed atmosphere, the cleanliness.
- West Coast Motel on the Harbour: Located in Ucluelet, 10 minutes from Long Beach. Clean, comfortable double rooms starting at €65. Strong points: indoor pool, friendly staff, harbor view. My favorite for its value for money!
- Pacific Rim Motel: Also located in Ucluelet. Spacious, clean double rooms starting at €110. Strong points: nearby shops and restaurants, comfortable bed, friendly welcome.
- Waters Edge Shoreside Suites: Located in Ucluelet, 10 km from Pacific Rim. Suites with equipped kitchen and balcony with outdoor bathtub and sea view starting from €180. Strong points: magnificent view, jacuzzi, very comfortable bedding. This one’s my top pick for a high-end stay!
- Black Rock Oceanfront Resort: Located a 15-minute drive from Pacific Rim National Park. Studios and suites with a sitting area, kitchenette, and balcony starting at €240. Strong points: outdoor pool, ocean views, attentive staff.
4) Whistler (2 days)
To continue your 2-week tour in Canada, leave Vancouver Island and head to your next stop: Whistler, one of the most renowned ski resorts in Western Canada.
Allocate a full day for the journey from Ucluelet to Whistler. You’ll first need to make your way to Nanaimo (a 2h40 drive) to catch the ferry. After a 1h40 ferry ride, you’ll arrive in Horseshoe Bay. From there, you’ll still have another 1h30 drive until you reach Whistler.
Having arrived in the mid or late afternoon, take a leisurely stroll through the streets.
Spend the night in Whistler.
Day two brings a plethora of options for you to indulge in:
- In the winter, you can indulge in the full spectrum of winter sports: skiing, sledding, dog sledding, snowmobiling…
- Take the Peak to Peak Gondola to reach Whistler’s highest peaks and enjoy a panoramic view of the glaciers and the entire valley.
- Embark on a hike on one of the many trails.
- Go mountain biking.
- Experience Canada’s longest zip-line, for some guaranteed thrills! Activity that can be booked by clicking here!
- Fly over Whistler’s glacier in a seaplane.
- Wrap up your day with a spa session in one of Whistler’s luxury hotels.
Spend a second night in Whistler.
Where to stay in Whistler
Whistler is the ultimate famed ski resort in Western Canada. Even if you book as early as possible, expect somewhat hefty prices. In the peak winter season, the rates I’m about to give you could likely double.
- Summit Lodge Boutique Hotel Whistler: Located a 10-minute walk from the slopes. A cozy, modern studio equipped with a kitchenette. Starts at €170 per night. Strong points: the comfort and decor of the rooms, super-friendly staff, pool, and hot tub. It’s my favorite for its value for money in Whistler!
- Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside: Only 150 meters from the gondola departure. Spacious studio, very well equipped with oven, microwave, dishwasher – handy for cooking up your own meals. Starts from €200 per night. Strong points: location, amenities, friendly staff.
- Four Seasons Resort Whistler: Upscale hotel located in the upper part of Whistler. This 5* hotel offers very comfortable, cozy double rooms with mountain views, starting from €400 per night, breakfast at €37. Strong points: heated outdoor pool, SPA, hot tubs, complimentary shuttle service. The best hotel in Whistler for a luxury stay!
For a slightly more economical alternative and if you’re okay with bunking in a dormitory, I recommend staying at the Hi Whistler Hostel. Dormitory bed from €40 per night.
5) Wells Gray Provincial Park (2 days)
Let’s keep the Canadian ball rolling on this 2-week adventure with another big driving day of around 5 and a half hours to get to Wells Gray Provincial Park.
Yeah, it’s quite a long journey, but this park is an absolute must for any trip in western Canada, plus it’s got the bonus of being right between Whistler and Jasper (our next stop).
You can decide to bolt early from Whistler to get to Wells Gray by the afternoon and start your exploration. Or you could just set aside a whole day for a road trip to soak in the scenery and snap a few pics. Worth knowing that Route 99 which you’ll be driving on, is rated as one of the most beautiful roads in Canada, so it’d be a real shame to not take your sweet time.
The next day, spend the day in the provincial park. Depending on your fancy, there’s a whole load of stuff to do and see at Wells Gray:
- The Helmcken Falls, the unmissable site of the park! These are the most famous falls, and you’ve got no excuse not to visit, they’re just a 10-minute walk away.
- The Bailey’s Chute, Spahat Falls and Dawson Falls are also among the waterfalls you shouldn’t miss.
- The Clearwater Lake, where you can have a dip or try canoeing.
- Hiking. One of the most popular is the Trophy Mountain trail, which goes through stunning landscapes and leads to Sheila Lake.
- Go on a black bear hunt, with a guide, of course.
Where to stay in Wells Gray Park
Just a heads up – the park’s hotels aren’t necessarily the most up-to-date and some may have slightly dated decor or facilities. But for a brief stopover, they’ll do just fine.
And in any case, there aren’t many other solutions.
- Wells Gray Inn: Located at the park entrance. Basic but clean double rooms from €60 per night, breakfast at €10. Strong points: location, outdoor hot tub, friendly reception. An economical and convenient hotel for a night in the park.
- Ace Western Motel: Located 4 km from the park. Double rooms from €120 per night. Strong points: friendly staff, parking space, close to restaurants.
- Best Western Plus Gateway to the Falls: Brand new hotel situated in the heart of Clearwater. Modern, spacious, and comfortable rooms starting at €180, breakfast included. Strong points: great location, comfort, free parking.
6) Jasper National Park (2 days)
Next stop on this two-week Canadian road trip, we’re heading to Jasper National Park. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it’s a classic must-see on any good western Canada itinerary.
From Wells Gray Park, you’re looking at around 4 hours of travel to get there. Just before arriving, make a pit stop at Mount Robson, the tallest peak in the Canadian Rockies.
For the rest of the day, you’ll have time to feast your eyes on the 2 most stunning lakes in the national park:
- Maligne Lake, an hour’s drive after Jasper. As the largest lake in the Rockies and home to Spirit Island, it’s one of the most photographed spots in the world. You can take a walk or opt for a 1.5-hour boat trip on the lake.
You should absolutely make sure you book this boat tour in advance to secure your spot (this goes for all activities in Jasper). It’s super easy, just hit the green button below:
- On the way back, between Maligne Lake and Jasper, make a pit stop at the Medicine Lake, another lake you shouldn’t miss.
Spend the night in Jasper, the only town in the national park with some shops, hotels, and restaurants.
The next day, I’d recommend going for a hike. With a wide range of trails suited to all levels, the park is the perfect place for a good stroll. It’s wise to swing by the visitor center to get a map of the different trails.
Here’s a little list of the most popular ones:
- The Maligne Canyon Trail: round-trip distance is 4.4 km with moderate difficulty
- The Cavell Meadows Trail in the Mount Edith Cavell area: round-trip distance of 7 km, moderate difficulty
- The Sulphur Skyline: 8 km round-trip with a hard level because it’s a steep climb of 700 m. And to top it all off, prepare to be blown away by the breathtaking 360° view of the Rockies!
- The Old Fort Point Loop offers superb panoramas of the Athabasca River: distance of 3.8 km with medium difficulty
- The Valley of the Five Lakes: 4.5 km distance and medium difficulty.
After a day of adventure, nothing beats a relaxing visit to the Miette Hotsprings, where you can soak in the outdoor hot springs and bask in an extraordinary view of the surrounding mountains.
Where to Stay in Jasper
Here’s a tip: book your Jasper accommodation ASAP! Most places are fully booked months in advance, even the campgrounds.
Also, prices can fluctuate wildly from week to week: a room that costs 120€ one week could skyrocket to 350€ the next. So, the hotel prices I’m suggesting are more or less ballpark figures.
- Chateau Jasper: This hotel offers spacious, well-equipped double rooms starting from €110 a night. Strong points: the pool and SPA area, room comfort, value for money.
- Mount Robson Inn: A hotel close to downtown Jasper, just a two-minute drive away. Super quiet double room with mountain views starting from €200 per night, breakfast included. Strong points: tranquility, the two hot tubs.
- Best Western Jasper Inn & Suites: The hotel offers various types of suites with a living area, some with a kitchenette. They’re all super cozy and spacious. Prices start at €230 per night, breakfast included. Strong points: sauna, steam room, pool, good location, warm welcome.
- Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge: Situated 7 km from Jasper, on the shores of Beauvert Lake. Cozy, comfortable double room starting from €400 per night. Strong points: the stunning lakeside location, the heated outdoor pool, the dedicated and attentive staff.
If you’re on a tight budget for sleeping in Jasper National Park, I recommend the Jasper Downtown Hostel. This hostel offers dormitory beds from 30€ a night. Everything is super clean and modern.
7) Banff National Park (2 days)
You can’t tour Western Canada in two weeks without making a stop in Banff National Park!
From Jasper, you’ll have to take the legendary route of this part of the country: the Icefields Parkway. Known as one of the most scenic routes in Canada, the Icefield Parkways (Route 93) connects Jasper and Banff in 230 km.
The best thing is to set aside a full day to travel it because there are several scenic viewpoints with parking spots where you can stop.
Here are the spots I recommend you absolutely shouldn’t miss:
- The Athabasca Falls, over 20 meters high
- The Sunwapta Falls
- The Athabasca Glacier and the Columbia Icefield. You can visit on foot or by taking a giant-tire bus tour. Activity that can be booked directly by clicking here!
- The glacier’s glass walkway. The bus tour automatically includes access to the walkway, but if you don’t want to take the bus and just step onto the platform, here is the ticket you need!
- Peyto Lake, which you can reach on foot in just 15 minutes. The water’s incredible color is a sight to behold!
All points of interest along the Icefields Parkway are listed on the official website.
As the day winds down, don’t miss the chance to visit the charming town of Lake Louise, nestled next to the famous Lake Louise (I’m not the one making up the names!) renowned worldwide for its intensely turquoise-blue water.
The next day’s agenda will undoubtedly include a hike, the main activity to do in Banff National Park.
Most trails start from Lake Louise (you can actually walk around it in an hour) or from Lake Moraine (tour in 45 minutes). These two walks are among the easy trails, including the hike to the Fairview Lookout to admire the lake (45 minutes).
If you want a bit more of a challenge, I recommend the Six Glaciers Plain hike that takes you through stunning landscapes. Expect about 4 hours of walking round trip.
All possible hikes in Banff can be found on the Parks Canada website.
For added safety, you can also go hiking in the park with a guide. You’ll have a choice between several different routes. All information is available here:
And if you don’t feel like walking, no problem, you can choose between:
- Taking the cable car (click here for tickets) to reach the summit of Sulphur Mountain, at 2,281 meters above sea level. Let me tell you, the view is stunning!
- Embark on a cruise on Lake Minnewanka
- Go horseback riding along the river
- Go on a traditional canoe ride on the Bow River
- In winter, take a guided ice cleat hike in the Johnston Canyon.
Spend a second night in Lake Louise.
Staying in Lake Louise / Banff National Park
Here, I’m going to echo my advice for Jasper National Park: book early! And, similarly, brace yourself for the high prices.
- Baker Creek Mountain Resort: Located a breezy 20-minute drive from Lake Louise. This resort offers suites and chalets bedecked in classic mountain style, complete with wood paneling and fireplaces, starting from €280 a night.
Strong points: the riverside location, the natural setting, the charm of the chalets. My recommandation for a romantic stay in Banff Park!
- Paradise Lodge and Bungalows: Situated 1 km from Lake Louise village. Wooden suites and bungalows that are both typical and cozy, starting from €300 a night. Strong points: the ideal location, the beautiful setting, and the outstanding welcome.
- Fairmont Château Lake Louise: This is the renowned hotel located by Lake Louise! Elegant and well-decorated double rooms with views of the lake or the chateau park starting from €470 a night. Strong points: the panoramic terrace for lake viewing, the location, the warm staff. The best hotel in Banff National Park for a luxury stay!
For a much more budget-friendly option, consider a night in a hostel. I’d recommend the HI-Lake Louise Alpine Centre. Dormitory beds start at €40 a night – you’ll be hard-pressed to find cheaper! They also offer double rooms starting from €100 a night.
8) Calgary (1 day)
Welcome to the final stop on this 15-16 day itinerary through western Canada.
It’s time to hit the road one last time to reach Calgary, the city where you’ll wrap up your incredible vacation. From Lake Louise, you’re looking at a 2-hour drive.
Use your final day to explore the city.
Here’s an idea of a schedule to discover the main points of interest:
- Visit the Glenbow Museum which traces the history of the city and the Alberta region. It’s the largest art museum in western Canada and is a fascinating visit.
- Ascend the Calgary Tower for a stunning 360° view of the city and a glimpse of the Rockies. There’s even a glass floor 190 meters high for a bit of a thrill. And, like many panoramic towers of its kind, there’s a revolving restaurant at the top. You should get your skip-the-line tickets in advance by clicking here!
- Explore Heritage Park Village: a recreation of a typical Western village from the last century with its shops, forge, and bakery. If you’ve decided to spend 15 days in Canada with your family, this is the perfect activity for your kids. Tickets are available online by clicking here!
- Stroll around Kensington Village neighborhood where you’ll have your last chance to do some shopping and snag a few souvenirs. You could also enjoy dinner at one of the excellent restaurants in the area.
For more details and information on Calgary, check out my article: Best things to do in Calgary!
The next day, all you’ll need to do is head to Calgary airport to catch your flight back home.
Where to stay in Calgary
- Wicked Hostels: This youth hostel is located opposite the Calgary Stampede. Bunk in a dorm from €25, breakfast included. Strong points: the central location, the full breakfast, the warm atmosphere, and free laundry. This is a fantastic budget-friendly accommodation choice in Calgary!
- Coast Calgary Downtown Hotel & Suites by APA: Located right in the city center, 900m from Calgary Tower. Cozy and comfortable studio with kitchen from €130 per night, breakfast included. Strong points: the central location, the full breakfast, the cleanliness. It’s my favorite for its value for money in Calgary!
- Grey Eagle Resort: Located a 10-minute drive from the city center. Modern and comfortable double room starting at €160 per night. Strong points: the indoor swimming pool, the room size, the hospitality.
- Residence Inn by Marriott Calgary Downtown/Beltline District: Located 800m from the tower. Modern, spacious, and fully decorated studio with kitchen, from €210, breakfast included. Strong points: the abundant breakfast, the view from the rooms, the location.
- Hôtel Le Germain: The hotel is located right opposite the Calgary Tower, ideal for exploring the city on foot. Modern and spacious double room from €250 per night, breakfast included. Strong points: exceptional hotel with attentive staff, delicious breakfast, comfortable rooms, the size of the bathrooms. The best hotel in Calgary for a luxury stay!
Going to Canada: Flight prices
The prices for flights to Canada can vary greatly, so it’s a good idea to compare them as soon as possible. For this, you can use our flight comparison tool, in partnership with Skyscanner. This ensures you get the best price.
Once on the results page, don’t hesitate to compare several websites to make sure no fees are added to the final prices.
If you need help to plan your 2 weeks itinerary in Canada, don’t hesitate to ask me your questions in the comments section below.
🚗 Rent a car
🗽 Book entrance tickets and guided visits
🏄 Book your sports activities
🚤 Book your rental boat
🌍 Take a travel insurance
🙎 Book a tour
🚅 Book your train tickets
✈️ Book your flight
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