2024 USD Dates & Prices
May - 31
Jun - 07, 14, 21, 28
Jul - 05, 12, 19, 26
Aug - 09, 16, 30
Sep - 06, 20
Price per person based on 2/3 adults sharing a room
Child 2 - 11 years must share a room with 2 adults
Infants 0 - 23 months price is $480 for a seat in coach
Max occupancy per room is 3 person (excluding infants)
Single supplement will be an additional $910
Canadian Dollars (CAD)
Not for British Citizen
110 - 120V
Canada is a North American country stretching from the U.S.
in the south to the Arctic Circle in the north. Major cities
include massive Toronto, west coast film centre Vancouver,
French-speaking Montréal and Québec City, and
capital city Ottawa. Canada's vast swaths of wilderness include
lake-filled Banff National Park in the Rocky Mountains. It's
also home to Niagara Falls, a famous group of massive
The Canadian Dollar is the currency of Canada. The currency
code for Canadian Dollar is CAD, and the currency symbol is $
or C$. The Canadian Dollar is the seventh-most traded currency
on the Forex market, as many institutions and individuals trade
the CAD. The Canadian Dollar is held as a reserve currency by a
number of central banks.
We design our itineraries so that all the necessary
excursions and places of interest are included to give the
passenger the best possible holiday at an affordable price.
However, often, the tour representative or local ground
operator will offer passengers additional excursions that are
designed to enhance the holiday experience and are not included
in the tour cost.
Breakfast will be provided at the hotels. The breakfast is
usually in a separate dining area of the hotel and is usually a
continental breakfast, which will consist of tea, coffee,
bread, cereals, fruit and yoghurt.
Passengers can choose from vegetarian, or
non-vegetarian (Jain or Halal will not always be available)
meals. The meals are pre-set buffet, and a choice of menu is
not available. Meals will be provided with tap water only.
Dinners are usually provided within the hotel or restaurant
in a separate dining facility. You should always consult your
tour representative if you are not sure of what ingredients a
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Please also note that not all hotels provide a kettle so if
hot water is required for warming milk etc. in the hotel then
it is advisable to carry a bottle warmer/kettle as well as a
thermos flask. Passengers may also want to carry a small travel
iron and hairdryer etc., as many hotel rooms may not have these
If you use services such as the phone or mini-bar or pay TV
whilst in your room, you will have to pay the hotel directly
when you check out; these services are not included in your
The maximum occupancy per room on this tour is 3 person(s)
Once in Canada, you must carry your passport with you at all
You should only make trips to high altitudes if you feel
healthy. The following recommendations apply:
Advanced age is no barrier to high altitude. For blood
pressure patients who are well controlled with medication, the
altitude is not a concern. Asthmatics can travel to high
altitudes without any problems. High-altitude air is less
polluted with particles that can cause an asthma attack.
Epileptics who are well controlled with medication should be
able to negotiate the altitude.
Pregnant women: There may be a certain risk for pregnancy
even without pre-existing diseases over 2500-3000 metres.
Caution is therefore advised if in doubt, please consult your
doctor in advance.
Infants: Short-term stays at the mountain tops are
unproblematic. Infants and young children are often unable to
equalise pressure during descent and are therefore increasingly
at risk of ear irritation. Regular swallowing (drinking,
sucking on a bottle) during the descent can prevent the
occurrence of irritation.
Because children can chill faster than adults, always pay
attention to sufficient protection from the cold at high
altitude. Sunglasses and a good sunscreen are necessary on the
High altitude visits not recommended for:
Lung and heart patients who are already short of breath
while at rest or when climbing stairs are advised not to stay
at high altitude. Patients with angina pectoris or severely
impaired performance with heart enlargement and heart failure
should not visit high altitude. Coronary artery disease (angina
pectoris) and heart enlargement with medical therapy should not
visit high altitude. Patients with a pronounced risk profile
for cardiovascular disease (smoker + high blood pressure +
diabetes + high blood fats + overweight + occasional chest
pain) should consult the doctor before visiting high
Do not stay at high altitude after having striated muscles
or a stroke.
Pick up and Drop off points & Times
Passengers should arrive at the airport where flights are
done by Star Tours at the allocated time. If you are doing your
own flights, then you will need to meet the tour rep directly
at the arrival terminal at the destination.
You will be sent an ATOL certificate if your flights are
done with Star Tours.
You should always follow the protocol for flights as set out
by the airline. You should check the board at the airport for
any flight delays, change of gate number or any other useful
information provided by the airline.
Visas & Passport
Canada Visa for UK Citizens Requirements. UK Citizens must
have a passport that remains valid for at least six months from
the start of their trip. You'll also need a credit card to
purchase your eTA via the Canadian government website, and you
may be asked to provide additional documents.
For more information or to apply for an eTA, visit
Canada.ca/eTA & https://travel.gc.ca/
Canada is the second largest country in the world (after
Russia), and the largest on the North American continent, so
saying that weather conditions vary widely in Canada would be a
gross understatement. Because of the warm ocean currents along
the British Columbia coastline, spring begins there in
February. Across the central and southern reaches of the
country enjoyable spring weather usually arrives in May.
Summer begins in late May, and extends through September.
The hottest months are July and August, and in the large cities
of the south and across the central plains in summer, high
temperatures are normally in the low 80's, with highs in the
90's somewhat common. For many travelers, the months of
September and October (Fall) are the best time to visit Canada,
as most days are cool, crisp and pleasant.
The Canadian winters are cold and long, and in the northern
reaches of the country they can be brutal. In the central
interior and prairie provinces, the daily average temps (in
winter) are near 5°F, with daily lows near -20°F;
significantly lower on occasion.In these regions, snow can
cover the ground almost six months of the year, while in the
far-north, nine months of snow cover (or more) is the norm.
We will accept lightweight manual wheelchair for travel,
subject to them being capable of being stowed in the luggage
hold of the vehicle. It is also essential that a family member
is also on tour to push the wheelchair. Star Tours will
also request hotels for suitably equipped rooms; however, this
is only on a request basis and cannot be guaranteed.
For us to request a wheelchair for you with the airline,
this request should be made to us in writing at the time of
booking. The allocation of the wheelchair will be at the
discretion of the airline/airport.