Brewster Travel Canada Acquires Maligne Tours Ltd.

Jan 05, 2016
We are thrilled to announce that Brewster Travel Canada has acquired Maligne Tours in Jasper National Park! 
 
Maligne Tours has been providing visitors to Maligne Lake with the opportunity to visit the world-famous Spirit Island (photographed above) for over 60 years through interpretive boat cruises as well as serving afternoon tea at the historic Maligne Lake Chalet. Visitors can explore the lake from the comfort of glass-enclosed and heated cruise boats while an interpretive guide retells Maligne’s history and explains its geology, wildlife, weather, flora and fauna. It’s important to note that the customer experience will not change due to this acquisition.
 
Keep in mind, there’s more to do than just the interpretive cruise and sipping tea, (although that sounds like a pretty lovely afternoon to us)! Maligne Lake offers a family-friendly experience for travellers of all ages.  If you’re looking to spot wildlife, canoe or kayak amidst the stunning Rocky Mountains, delve into Canadian heritage and culture or enjoy the great outdoors, look no further than Maligne Lake. 

This acquisition is united not only by a common passion for the Canadian Rockies, but also with the history and origin of Maligne Tours; Frederick Brewster was one of the founding fathers of Maligne Lake-based expeditions and excursions in the early 1910’s. In the present day, the Maligne Lake experience is a natural complement to Brewster’s other attractions in Jasper National Park, the Glacier Adventure and Glacier Skywalk, as well as Brewster’s long-standing Explore Jasper sightseeing tour.
 
We look forward to seeing you when we open in the spring of 2016.
For more information see our Maligne Tours acquisition FAQs.
 
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