Trans-Canada Highway 1, British Columbia | $5.49
Kamloops & Revelstoke
Listen to a tour guide while you drive between
Salmon Arm - Three Valley Gap - Sicamous - Canoe Eagle River Provincial Park
Use your smartphone & vehicle's stereo to
make your drive come alive!
Using GPS, our professional and fun tour guides will transform this beautiful drive into a sight-seeing, fact-finding, trivia-answering, family-friendly adventure!
Enhance your drive between destinations, or use as a one-way highway sightseeing tour.
Over 35 points of interest include things to see & do, breathtaking mountains, local animals, popular people, historical events & much more!
Listen to highlights from the tour!
35+ POI | 212 kms | 2.5 hours
Get the Tour!
1. Download 'Tripvia Tours' app
2. Purchase tour from list ($5.49)
or buy online & save 20%!
Includes lifetime tour access!
Technical Questions? We're here to help!
Don't just see your incredible surroundings, hear what they have to say!
Start anywhere along the route & travel in either direction. Take detours & stop at attractions for as long as you like.
35+ Fully Narrated Points of Interest from Kamloops to Revelstoke
Travel the iconic Trans Canada Highway 1 through the BC mountains.
Points of Interest
audio plays automatically as you drive past
South Thompson River
Three Valley Gap
Meadows in the Sky Parkway
Mount Macpherson & Begabie
Mount Griffin Ecological Reserve
Eagle River Provincial Park
Badger & Coyote
Malakwa & Chinook Jargon & Pidgin Language
Antsey-Hanakwa Provincial Park
BC Wildlife Park
Okanagon University College
Sicamous: Apple Country
Yard Creek Provincial Park
Hudson's Bay Company
Fly Hills Fire
Shuswap Lake Things to Do
Little Shuswap Lake & Squillax
Tsutswecw Provincial Park
How it Works
hands free + audio
audio tours play based
on GPS location
fun trivia questions
add to the fun
easy navigation with
live GPS maps
professional tour guides
no data used on tour
no signal required
About the Tour Guides
contact us if you'd like to create or voice a tour
Molly is a singer, songwriter, producer, writer, and voice-over artist from the United States with a solid reputation for offering a unique and diverse vocal range, high-quality product, and an unmatched level of enthusiasm. Using her home studio, she's completed over 500 recordings for various apps, advertisements, cartoons, songs, explainer videos, e-learning courses, and much more. She currently splits her time between voice-over, writing, and making music.
Hi I'm Don Kinsley, one of your Tripvia Tour Guides. I used to be a kid!...really!...as a former kid in the 1960's, I was one of the first children ever to irritate my parents with the question, "are we there yet?" Yup, you can thank me for that! As I grew older, and less irritating, (OK, so my wife will debate that) I found that the journey IS more important than the destination, that's why I became a Tripvia on-line tour guide!
I live in Michigan in the U.S., but I love everything Canadian...well, except Canada Dry Ginger Ale,...I'm a Vernors guy. But living just across the water from Ontario, I've journeyed to Point Pelee National Park, to the shops in Windsor, up to The Pinery Provincial Park--I've taken a cruise to Bay of Fundy and Halifax and enjoyed Niagara Falls from the Canadian side. I love it here!
I have a daughter, who is slowly being introduced to Canadian music,...she's coming around to the Hip, Triumph, April Wine and the Kings. I'll make a Canadian out her soon. She already likes beer and the Red Wings...Oh wait...um...does she get credit for liking Stevie Y?
I used to work for radio stations in Mid-Michigan, in fact, I just retired after 33 years! Now I devote my life full-time, to locating the world's best Rueben Sandwich and being your on-line tour guide as you traverse this lovely country!
Wanna know how to make a Canadian roll their eyes? Just refer to CN Tower and CNN Tower. It's kinda funny.
Anyways...I appreciate you taking me and my friends along on your journey,... to make your drive alive!
Hi I'm Molly the author, not the voice! At the beginning of my career, I was on the mic—but now I love putting words in other people’s mouths! It’s fun to imagine myself as the different personalities that tell viewers what’s on tv, explain how a service works, or tour you through North America. Being a writer means I get the chance to learn about all sorts of people, places, and things in order to keep others informed. And if I can tell a joke in the process, so much the better. When I’m not writing, I’m usually engaging my mind with a book or punishing my body through sport. Otherwise, I’ll seek out a relaxing spot on a couch or barstool. Here's a link to my bio https://mollydonovan.journoportfolio.com/