Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel
Banff prices can be scary. Here are the cheap accommodations, restaurants, and activities that let you enjoy its priceless beauty without maxing out your credit card.
Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada was first promoted by the Canadian Pacific Railroad as a vacation destination for the wealthy. It's still a destination for the wealthy that caters quite well to their needs. After all, the castle-like magnificent Banff Springs Hotel does not target the crowd that dines from the dollar menu at fast food restaurants. Two can dine there for about $400 or about $10. Armed with knowledge gained from this website, the choice is yours.
You can enjoy Banff National Park on a limited budget and experience what it and its surrounding places have to offer -- and they have much to offer. This includes Banff Townsite, and Lake Louise Townsite. The surrounding area is so magnificent that it has been designated as an UNESCO World Heritage Site under the name of Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks.
Peyto Lake Along Icefields Parkway
This Canadian vacation destination takes you to some of the most beautiful mountain scenery on the planet.
Banff can be for the frugal, prudent, economical, or cheap traveler --- in other words, those on a tight budget. This is what this website is about. Here you will find the tips and resources about how to go about enjoying Banff and its fantastic mountain scenery without maxing out your credit cards.
Where do you sleep for less? How do you eat for less? What activities are free? What are the must-see and best-value activities that may still fit the budget?
Find what you need on this website to plan a stunning and affordable vacation to Banff.