From Alaska to Patagonia Chapter 1 (Canada)
When you make a reservation for services crossing the U.S.-Canada border, you must provide certain information, such as date of birth, gender, country of citizenship, and detailed information about the type of identification you will carry on your trip. Other conditions apply.
Passengers traveling from Vancouver, BC must arrive at least one hour prior to departure for border crossing processing. In locations such as Montreal, QC or Toronto, ON, passengers must arrive at least 30 minutes prior to departure. For those passengers who are not citizens of the United States or Canada, it is recommended that they arrive more than one hour prior to departure to complete additional U.S. Customs and Border Protection processing.
Non-U.S. citizens entering the country must also complete the I-94 Arrival Record and pay a $6 fee. To expedite the process, you may prepay the fee and apply online through the U.S. Customs website up to seven (7) days prior to your trip. Then, you will only need to complete the final steps when you are on board. If you choose to complete the entire process on board the train, you must have $6 in cash, in U.S. currency (the exact amount), to submit with the form.
I was on the border between Alaska and Canada
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I really enjoyed this book. It’s like going on adventures without leaving home. I really liked the narration of bits and pieces of the history of places he has been through. It helps you understand better why things were that way and not another.
A fantastic travel book. After reading it you will have an irresistible urge to get on a plane and take a kayak trip down the Yukon River between Canada and Alaska. It relates the trip with a lot of history of the territory (basically explains the gold rush). Highly, highly recommended!!!
HOW THIS ADVENTURE CONTINUES in CANADA Traveling Family
Breakfast. This day will be spent visiting Canada’s most famous lakes. We will start with the beautiful Moraine Lake (June to September) framed by the Valley of the Ten Peaks in Banff National Park. We will continue to the most famous site of the park, Lake Louise, from where we will observe the Victoria Glacier, considered among the most scenic sites in the world. This image will be forever etched in your memory. Before returning to Banff, we will stop at Emerald Lake, which will captivate us with its intense color. Overnight.
Breakfast. Vancouver City Tour (Included). We will visit the neighborhoods; Yaletown, Chinatown (the largest in Canada). Gastown (the oldest neighborhood in the city), Stanley Park, where we stop to take pictures of some authentic indigenous totem poles. Finishing our visit to the city in Granville Island. At the established time transfer to the cruise terminal to take the Alaska cruise (included). Overnight on board.
Citizens of countries, which do not require a visa to enter Canada, with the exception of the United States, will need to obtain an AVE before flying to Canada, see Canada.ca/eTA for a list of countries. Travelers do not need an AVE when entering Canada by land or sea.
We are trying to ENTER CANADA WHICH
Alaska is synonymous with wilderness and incredible scenery. Therefore, one of the best ways to complete a trip along the west coast of Canada is to cruise along the coasts of Alaska and British Columbia. You will have the opportunity to visit Glacier Bay Park (recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site), sail through fjords, see native wildlife, do nature activities and visit Juneau, the capital of Alaska.
Discover the breathtaking natural landscapes and wildlife of North America by cruising the coasts of Canada and Alaska. To complete our trip, we will visit Vancouver, Whistler and Victoria.
In the Canadian Rockies, we will visit the most beautiful turquoise lakes in Banff and Jasper Parks and walk on the ice on the Athabasca Glacier. We will arrive in Vancouver in time to visit the city and embark on one of the cruises that will take us to discover the coasts of Alaska.
In addition to visiting the most famous sites of the Rockies and Vancouver, this trip will take us to the best scenery of the Alaskan coast. We will sail among fjords and glaciers and we will have the chance to see the fauna of Alaska in the excursions programmed from the cruise ship.