Full Day YOHO National Park & Moraine Lake Tour Canada Previous Next 8 Photos All photos and videos displayed are for reference only. JTB International (Canada) Ltd. is not responsible for any inaccuracies in the photos. General information Description Full Day YOHO National Park & Moraine Lake Tour Tour points Itinerary Tour details Remarks Important notes Tour points JTB's recommended optional tour! Get off at the popular Moraine Lake, Emerald Lake and Takakkaw Falls. Lunch included. Itinerary Time Contents 8:00 Departure from hotels in Banff (please let us know your hotel) 9:00 Departure from Chateau Lake Louise Wapta Lake (Sightseeing from the window) Spiral tunnel (sightseeing from the window) Takakkaw Falls Emerald Lake Natural Bridge 12:15 lunch Moraine Lake 15:15 Arrive at Chateau Lake Louise 16:00 Arrival at the hotel in Banff Tour details Tour include Round-trip vehicle / Japanese guide / Lunch / Tip / Tax Minimum Participants 2 adults Schedule time 8: 00-16: 00 Tour time 8 hours Pick up place Banff hotels Operator Banff Guide Service Handicap information who can climb the stairs themselves who are not able to climb stairs by themselves, but who are able to ascend and descend with a helper who use wheelchairs accompanied by a caregiver Remarks Sightseeing content, travel time, transportation, routes, etc. may be changed or canceled due to local circumstances, weather, or other reasons on the day of participation. You can also choose a plan without lunch. Guests who wish to have no lunch will have approximately one hour of free time at Samsung Village on Ray Cruise. The order of sightseeing destinations on the schedule may change depending on the situation on the day. Also, please note that the time is just a guide. Touring is limited to the opening period of Moraine Lake Road. The closure period of Takakkaw Falls will be transferred to sightseeing at Lower Falls in the Johnston Valley. The restaurant is subject to change without notice. Due to unpaved roads and steep slopes at some of the sightseeing spots, wheelchair users may not be able to perform scheduled sightseeing. Please contact us for more information. Important notes Efforts as an operating company We will comply with the latest recommendations for new coronaviruses from government agencies in Canada/states/city and carry out the following safety measures. 1. Disinfection/ventilation of vehicles used 2. Checking the health of guides/drivers, wearing a mask, hand disinfection/hand washing practice 3. Checking the disinfection and ventilation status of restaurants and planned sites 4. Health check at the time of gathering for all participants (There is also a tour where we will take the temperature) 5. Request to wear face covers with masks and handkerchiefs for all participants 6. Attended to ensure social distance when gathering, sightseeing, moving, etc. ※ If you use an airplane, railway, ferry, subway, etc., it is based on the safety measures of each institution ※ The measures may differ depending on the tour operator. Request to customers To prevent infection, please wear a mask on the day of the tour. If you do not feel well on the day, you may be asked to decline participation or leave the group on the way. ※ Please obtain the latest information about covid-19 infectious diseases from the website of the Japanese Embassy/Consulate in Canada. https://www.ca.emb-japan.go.jp/itprtop_en/index.html **Updated: as of Dec 2020. The itineraries may change without notice.