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Accompanying Person and Leisure Tour Programmes

Situated in the foothills east of the Canadian Rockies, Calgary is home to beautiful scenery, festivals, and a variety of fun and interesting activities.

Accompanying Person and Leisure Tour Rates:

Registration for the Accompanying Person and Leisure Tour program includes three days of adventure (each day starts with a pick-up around 10:00 am and returns around 4:00 pm). 

$750 per person including ALL three tours

Day 1:

Calgary Discovery Tour
The best of the city, museum visits, tours, and shopping

Date - Duration (in hours)

Calgary City Tour

Downtown Calgary features an eclectic mix of restaurants and bars, cultural venues, public squares and shopping. Downtown attractions include the Calgary Tower, Calgary Zoo, National Music Centre, Telus Convention Centre, Chinatown district, Arts Commons, Central Library, St. Patrick's Island, Glenbow Museum, the Art Gallery of Calgary (AGC), Olympic Plaza, the Calgary Stampede grounds and military museums.

  • Glenbow Museum

The Glenbow Museum is an art and history regional museum in the city of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The museum focuses on Western Canadian history and culture, including Indigenous perspectives. The Glenbow was established as a private non-profit foundation in 1955 by lawyer, businessman and philanthropist Eric Lafferty Harvie with materials from his personal collection.

  • Chinook Centre

Chinook Centre is Calgary’s largest shopping, dining, and entertainment destination with over 250 stores. Major department stores like Hudson’s Bay, Nordstrom, and Saks Fifth Avenue, make it easy to spend the day at Chinook Centre. Take in a movie at Scotiabank Cineplex, try your hand at 5 pin bowling at the Chinook Bowladrome, or enjoy a casual meal at Double Zero Pizza. Have a question? You can text 403-910-9022 and ask the friendly Guest Services representatives at Chinook Centre for directions, fashion tips, or even gift advice.

Day 2:

Top of the Rockies Tour
A full day in Banff, a ride up the gondola,
local attractions and a stroll down Banff avenue

Date - Duration (in hours)

Banff National Park

Banff National Park is famous for its surreally coloured lakes, majestic mountains and endless outdoor adventures. Canada's first national park and the world's third, it has a rich heritage as one of the world's most awe-inspiring mountain destinations.

  • Banff Avenue

Banff Avenue features numerous cafes, restaurants, shops, and museums. The main street features historic architecture, which is interesting to explore. And of course, the views are impeccable, creating a very romantic atmosphere.

Day 3:

Indigenous Culture & Western Heritage
A sweetgrass blessing, hoop dance and drum,
and a visit to Heritage Park, our own historic village

Date - Duration (in hours)

Hoop Dance and Drum

Traditional Hoop Dancing is a method of storytelling. The dance use anywhere from 1 - 30 small, handmade hoops that are interlocked on their bodies; together forming the outlines of a number of different animals and symbols through the musical story that they share.

  • Heritage Park

Heritage Park is Canada’s Largest Living History Museum. A registered charity, it’s located just 15 minutes from downtown Calgary on the banks of the beautiful Glenmore Reservoir. Sitting on 127 acres of pristine park land, Heritage Park connects its guests with the history of the Canadian west.

Note: Registration for Accompanying Persons and Leisure tours has to be done on the same step as registering as a delegate. Click the button below to register as a delegate.

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