Travel Alberta


The province of Alberta has something for everyone! Alberta's international gateway cities of Calgary and Edmonton are vibrant centres for the arts, culture, shopping and dining. Calgary is a chic urban landscape, where your clients can immerse themselves in Calgary's Wild West spirit at the Calgary Stampede. Edmonton knows how to have fun and is Canada's Festival City. There is always something to celebrate! 

Banff National Park and Jasper National Park define our iconic Canadian Rocky Mountains to the west. Your clients can choose to stay in mountain lodges and cabins as rustic or as lavish as they like. Or take a luxury train ride through the Canadian Rockies. Dinosaur discoveries and rolling ranchland lie to the south. Suggest an archaeological dig in the badlands or a cattle drive experience on a working ranch. The north is a land of churning whitewater, backcountry lodges and trophy fishing. Your clients can view roaming herds of bison and watch the night sky for a display of the northern lights. 

Amazing experiences await your clients here in Alberta. 

  • Edmonton

    Alberta’s capital, known as Canada’s Festival City, is always celebrating something, from arts and culture to food and wine, dragon boats, winter and even accordions. With over 30 festivals throughout the year, you’re bound to find a crowd pleaser.

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  • Calgary

    Set dramatically between prairies and peaks, Calgary is a place where you can savour the natural beauty of the city by day and world class cuisine and entertainment by night, a place buzzing with innovative energy while embracing its rich western heritage.

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  • Canmore Kananaskis
    Canmore Kananaskis

    Kananaskis Country, a vast front-range playground of provincial parks, is just 45 minutes away from Calgary. Canmore is the heartbeat of Kananaskis Country and an ideal base for alpine adventures.

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  • Banff/Lake Louise
    Banff National Park

    The elements that make the Canadian Rockies a year round dream destination are all right here in Banff National Park, a beautiful 90 minute drive west of Calgary. Established in 1883 after three railway workers stumbled onto a thermal hot spring, it became Canada’s first national park in 1885. Today it is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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  • Jasper
    Jasper National Park

    Jasper National Park boasts the highest mountains of the Canadian Rockies. The town of Jasper is the gateway to Maligne Lake and Spirit Island, the Jasper Tramway, Athabasca Falls and Miette Hot Springs.

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  • Southern Alberta
    Southern Alberta

    Southern Alberta is located north of Montana. Imagine a journey through rolling ranchlands, mountain forests, prairie landscapes and dusty Wild West towns. Three of Alberta's five UNESCO World Heritage Sites are also found here.

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  • Northern Alberta
    Nothern Alberta

    Picture a vast land of boreal forests, sweeping grasslands, sand dunes and endless lakes and rivers. A place where the evening night sky comes alive with colours and where visitors can truly escape to nature.

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