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7 Nights In Banff From $599 Incl. Flights & Vintage Ranch W/ Teepee Campfire Area, Horses, & More!

7 Nights In Banff From $599 Incl. Flights & Vintage Ranch W/ Teepee Campfire Area, Horses, & More!

Arrr you ready for an unforgettable vacation in the Canadian Rockies? Then book this deal that includes round-trip flights to Calgary, Alberta and 7 nights at a gorgeous vintage ranch! The ranch has a teepee campfire area, horses, cattle, and so much more! For an extra fee, you can even book interactive classes with horses or a farm tour. Don't wait to book this deal because this price won't last long!

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7 Nights In Banff Timeframe: 12. Jan. 2018 - 31. Jul. 2018

Origins
Denver, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Houston, Las Vegas, Santa Ana, Los Angeles, Miami, Atlanta, Fort Lauderdale, Dallas, Boston, Chicago, San Jose, New York
Destination
Calgary

DEAL OVERVIEW

  • Accommodations: Vintage Ranch (Rated 5/5 on Airbnb)
  • Airline(s): WestJet, Alaska, Frontier, Air Canada, American, or United
  • Baggage Info: Please visit our baggage information post for more details
  • Travel Document: Valid passport
  • Visa required for U.S. citizens? No
  • Destination Insights: Canada
  • Based on 4 people sharing

Please keep in mind that prices are subject to availability and are current at the time of publication.

Please note that Frontier is a budget carrier. Budget airlines offer cheap fares by reducing the number of amenities offered.

Price Breakdown

    • Total cost for flights: $696 ($174 per person)
    • Total cost for Airbnb: $1,697 ($424.25 per person)

    Total cost for vacation: $2,393
    Total cost per person: $598.25

    Getting There
    You can take a 35-minute bus ride for about $15 each way or a 15-minute Uber ride for about $23 each way. For more information, visit Rome2rio.


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