Keep your fingers crossed and your eyes peeled. Although we see wildlife on 95% of our tours, you still need a little bit of luck. Here’s a list of animal sightings on our latest Banff Evening Wildlife Safari Tour.

Banff is a wild place – which is mainly why people come to visit. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a protected treasure, and with a treasure like this, comes great responsibility. No many know more about wildlife viewing than our Discover Banff Tours Wildlife Tour guides.

Keep your fingers crossed and your eyes peeled. Although we see wildlife on 95% of our tours, you still need a little bit of luck. Here’s a list of animal sightings on our latest Banff Evening Wildlife Safari Tour.

September is a month to remember in the Canadian Rockies – continuing warm summer weather with crisp morning air. Here are our recommended top 6 September activities including viewing the golden larch trees, seeing the famous elk rutting season, and sightseeing on a horse-drawn carriage ride.

Summer is in full swing and August is one of the warmest and busiest times of year in the Canadian Rockies. Here are our recommended top 6 August activities from sightseeing on the Icefields Parkway, to whitewater rafting, to ATV tours.

Looking for the best things to do in Banff in July? Summer is here and the heat of the sun brings the heat of our travel season, which is why you need to book ahead. Here are our recommended top 6 July activities.

Looking for the best things to do in May? Our furry neighbours are waking up, feeding on berries in the low valley bottoms and giving wildlife watchers a show! As summer inches closer lakes start to thaw and it’s the perfect time for water activities such as whitewater rafting and lake cruises.

The best way to spot wildlife in Banff is with the expert guides at Discover Banff Tours. We know the places they like to hang out, how to safely view, and some pretty cool facts that will entertain you and your family.

Looking for the best things to do in Banff in April? Spring is just around the corner in Banff and as the snow thaws we start to transition towards summer activities. Here are some of the best, from horseback rides to glacier adventures and wildlife tours.

Banff National Park is a breath of fresh air. During our summer months, many visitors enjoy a leisurely pace to sightsee our turquoise coloured lakes, mountains with hanging glaciers and icefields, and wildlife on our Banff guided sightseeing tours. Check out our Banff summer itinerary to plan your perfect trip!