A trip to the Great White North. Prince William, Duchess Kate and their two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, will visit several family-friendly and historic landmarks during their one-week royal tour of Canada next month, according to Kensington Palace’s newly released itinerary.
“There will be parts of the itinerary designed to include the children,” a source told Us Weekly of the family’s plans earlier this month. “The climate will be comfortable and a lot of outdoor activities will be part of the trip.”
During their stay, the family will also meet with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Governor General of Canada David Johnston and his wife, Sharon Johnston. Prince George, 3, and Princess Charlotte, 15 months, are expected to be based in Victoria throughout the trip.
See the royal quartet’s full itinerary below.
Saturday, September 24 — Victoria, British Columbia
The family of four — who will travel with several members of their team, including nanny Maria — are scheduled to touch down in Victoria, British Columbia, on Saturday.
Sunday, September 25 — Vancouver, British Columbia
The royals will enjoy a tour of Vancouver, where they’ll focus on mental health, the local first-responder community and successful young people.
Monday, September 26 — Bella Bella and Great Bear Rainforest, British Columbia
Prince William and Duchess Kate will explore the wilderness at Great Bear Rainforest, which features stunning waterfalls and several animals, including grizzly bears, humpback whales and sea lions.
The same day, they will also visit Bella Bella, an Indian Reserve on the east coast of British Columbia’s Campbell Island.
Tuesday, September 27 — Kelowna, British Columbia, and Whitehorse, Yukon
When the royals arrive in Kelowna on Tuesday, they will partake in a series of engagements focused on education and agriculture. The family will later head to Whitehorse, where they’ll learn about local youth, plus arts and culture.
Wednesday, September 28 — Whitehorse and Carcross, Yukon
The family will continue their tour of Whitehorse on Wednesday before visiting Carcross, where they’ll learn about the local First Nations community. In 2011, the tiny community’s population was a mere 289 people, according to a census.
Thursday, September 29 — Victoria, British Columbia
Prince William and Duchess Kate will return to British Columbia, where the focus will be on mental health issues again.
Friday, September 30 — Haida Gwaii, British Columbia
The clan will head to Haida Gwaii, the archipelago formerly known as the Queen Charlotte Islands, on Friday to learn about the local community. Approximately half of the two islands’ population is Haida people, indigenous citizens of the Pacific Northwest Coast.
Saturday, October 1 — Victoria, British Columbia
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and their team will return to Victoria on Saturday to depart for London’s Kensington Palace.
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