Banff Adventures - Sightseeing Tours

Banff National Park is a coveted destination for travellers worldwide; it is the most visited Albertan town and one of the most visited national parks in North America. Sites such as Lake Louise and Moraine Lake, world-renowned for their distinct turquoise colour, have captivated visitors for years with their beauty. The austere glaciers that form the Columbia Icefield, the site of one of our most popular guided discovery tours, and Yoho National Park is home to Takakkaw Falls, the 2nd tallest waterfall in Canada.

The vistas, the tranquility, the fresh air, the lush vegetation, and the diversity of wildlife attract so many nature lovers and adventure seekers. Whether you’ve come for rest and relaxation or to satisfy your wanderlust, we have tours for every guest to showcase the sights, sounds, smells and splendour of Banff.

If you're thinking of visiting Moraine Lake this summer, it's essential to work out how you'll get there first. As of summer 2023, you can't drive personal vehicles up Moraine Lake Road at any time of day. This means you must hike, bike, take a shuttle or transit, or go on a tour. Check out our options below.


Visit famous landmarks, natural wonders and learn about the historic places of the Canadian Rockies on a sightseeing tour. These tours will take you to memorable locations including Lake Louise and Moraine Lake, The Columbia Icefields and landmarks in Banff townsite. Learn about the history of Banff National Park from fully trained and knowledgeable guides and even get the chance to see the native wildlife. Looking to get to Moraine Lake? Check out our shuttle options.




Vintage with a Modern Twist



Experience Banff's newest attraction on board a vintage-inspired coach.

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Discover Lake Louise & Moraine Lake

Iconic Lakes



Guided tours to the famous & popular Lake Louise and Moraine Lake.

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Banff hotspots & landmarks



Visit Banff's landmarks and historic places on this guided highlights tour.

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Journey up the Columbia Icefield



Travel on the Icefield Parkway and take a tour on the Skywalk and Ice Explorer.

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Mountain Lakes & Waterfalls

Full Day Sightseeing Tour



Explore the natural attractions of Lake Louise and Yoho National Park.

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Ticket to ride



Buy your day ticket and hop on and hop off at popular Banff & Lake Louise stops

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Double Decker Shuttle

Shuttle to Lake Louise



Double decker shuttle from Lake Louise Ski Area to Lake Louise or Moraine Lake.

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Shuttle service to Moraine Lake (& Lake Louise) . Shuttles start at 3am so you can check out the sunrise!

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Sightseeing in Banff

Banff National Park, Golden, and Lake Louise are bordered by the Waputik, Bow and Blue Ranges. These ranges are home to vastly different formations and landmarks such as mountain peaks, glaciers, lakes, wetland marshes, rivers, waterfalls, canyons, limestone caves, sand dunes, and fossil beds. These natural features make Banff an excellent sightseeing destination. The Bow River, snaking through Banff and flowing as far as Hudson’s Bay in Eastern Canada, is a popular site for tourists who are seeking an invigorating way to experience the Rockies.


What to expect

A recent sightseeing attraction added to the park is the Glacier Skywalk, located on the Icefield Parkway. This see-through glass and metal walkway arcs for more than a kilometre (0.6 mile) over a 280-metre (920-foot) drop. This attraction is included on our Columbia Icefield Discovery Tour. Our half day or full day sightseeing tours include feature stops at Lake Louise, Moraine Lake as well as Emerald Lake and Takkakaw Falls. Or if exploring at your own pace is more your style, check out the Hop On / Hop Off options. We now offer a few different options to get to Lake Louise & Moraine  Lake this summer. Check out our tours or shuttle options.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Will I be able to group together more than one sightseeing tour?
    Definitely! We’d love to help you book your perfect Banff visit, talk to us about our summer activities bundles.
  2. Are all your sightseeing tours guided, or can we wander at our own pace?
    Our sightseeing tours are often a blend of both guided and self-guided tours, with scheduled pick ups at hotels around Banff and transportation provided to our various sightseeing tour destinations.
  3. How far in advance will I need to book a tour?
    We typically require a minimum of 16 hours advance notice for online bookings, but we invite you to contact our office directly (403-762-4554) for short-term booking inquiries.


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