Alberta Tours in Spanish, get to know Banff, Lake Louise, activities and tourist attractions in Alberta. What to visit in Alberta? There is so much to see and visit that if you are thinking of traveling to Alberta Canada, the first thing you should think about is hiring someone specializing in tours in Spanish to help you make the most of your time and at the same time enjoy the magnificent and amazing Rocky Mountains. Whether it’s Banff Gondola, Johnston Canyon, Lake Minnewanka, Lake Louise, Downtown Calgary and / or Edmonton, Alberta Tours will take you to major attractions in Alberta. Let our expert guides show you the amazing Rocky Mountains.
Alberta Tours was born focused on offering you the best experience of your life, learn, have fun and enjoy the connection with nature while traveling in Alberta.
Julián Trujillo, founder of Alberta Tours is passionate about life and with an entrepreneurial spirit. Julian arrived in Canada in 2008, from Uruapan, Michoacán, Mexico. In his spirit of service and concern for the community he felt he had to do something, which led him to be the president of the Mexican Association of Calgary for 4 consecutive years and he discovered what it really means to him: to help the community and represent to your country with pride, interacting and enriching multiculturalism, presenting the best of your country, thus promoting unity among diverse communities.
In love with the natural beauties that surround the region of Calgary, Alberta, he realized the touristic potential of our region and the important way in which it can boost the economy of our province, creating new employment opportunities, attracting economic benefits to the area. At the same time, its main objective is to promote socialization and interaction between families and friends through outdoor recreational activities, making people aware of the importance of conserving our planet, learning from Canada respect for nature through conservation. of its vast forests, rivers, lakes and its extraordinary wildlife.
In Alberta and especially in Calgary with the Chinook winds, the temperature can rise or fall considerably at any moment. If the temperature has dropped and you have to leave, do it very briefly and remember to protect yourself with a hat, scarf to cover your face and mouth, gloves, a good coat and if possible, several layers of non-tight clothing. It is better to use a lot of clothes in layers than a single jacket.