Up close with bears, whales & much more...
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From the Yukon to the Rockies and beyond...
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From coast to coast, summer or winter...
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A fly drive holiday is one of the most popular and enjoyable ways to explore Canada. Whether you choose a car or motorhome, you’ll have the freedom to explore...
Our collection of escorted touring holidays in Canada covers a variety of regions, interests, durations and budgets. Join like-minded travellers and a...
Explore Canada’s striking coastline and seek out its abundant wildlife on one of our spectacular cruise holidays. An adventurous spirit and a flexible...
Canada is a country where stunning scenery and incredible wildlife abound. From grizzly to polar bears, whales and wolves, as well as cougars, moose and bald...
With its northern provinces extending deep into the Arctic Circle, Canada offers some fantastic locations to see the northern lights in some of the world’s...
Walking & Hiking
Experience Canada’s varied walking and hiking trails, from the foothills of the Rockies to the coastal charm of Nova Scotia. A hiker's dream, Canada’s...
Enjoy the freedom of independent touring with the convenience of pre-arranged accommodation and transportation. A great alternative to a self drive holiday...
April to October is prime whale watching time in Canada – the best time to seek out some of the 33 plus species of whale that live in Canada’s oceans. Whale...
See the remarkable landscapes of Alberta and British Columbia, among the most spectacular in Canada, on board the iconic Rocky Mountaineer – one of the...
From the mighty polar bear of the north, to British Columbia’s rare Kermode bear, Canada’s bears are a sight to behold. Look out for black bears roaming the...
Canada is the second largest country in the world, boasts some striking landscapes and offers a wealth of wildlife encounters and vast range of adventures and experiences.
The sheer scale of this vast country lends itself to memorable journeys, whether it’s a Trans-Canada train ride from east to west, a leisurely cruise through the fjords of the Pacific coast or a scenic self-drive adventure. Meander past the glaciers of the Icefields Parkway, around the Cabot Trail’s rugged shores, or cross the Arctic Circle on the Dempster Highway. More remote areas can be reached by floatplane, offering the chance for a birds-eye view over forests, mountains and sparkling lakes.
Culturally, Canada does not disappoint. Experience the excitement of the big vibrant cities of Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver and uncover the traditions of First Nations people. Immerse yourself in the French history of Québec or explore the remote villages of the Atlantic coast, rich in Celtic influences or head further north to discover the isolated Inuit communities.
With such diversity Canada encourages a repeat visit - rather than trying to see everything in one holiday, we recommend focusing on one or two provinces at a time, and exploring them at a leisurely pace. The mountains and wildlife of BC and Alberta are popular for first time visitors, whilst Ontario and Québec provide an equally beautiful but very different landscape of forests and lakes. Head off the beaten track to the wild Yukon or experience the quirky charm of the Atlantic provinces.
The Ultimate Northwest Passage
Ultimate Polar Bear Adventure
Majestic Rockies by Rail & Road
Best of the Canadian High Arctic
Eastern Canada Highlights
Ultimate Pacific Coast Experience
Atlantic Discovery Self Drive
Rocky Mountains in Depth
Grizzly Bear Adventure at Knight Inlet
Sailing the Great Bear Rainforest
Nunavik's Big Three Safari
Alaska, Yukon & Glacier Bay
Churchill Tundra Lodge Adventure
Classic Polar Bear Adventure
Northwest Passage Express
Ice Bears and Aurora
Trans Canada Rail Adventure
Sailing the Islands of Haida Gwaii
Best of Canada's West by Motorhome
Bears and Whales
Wildlife encounters form an important part of many holidays to Canada, with arguably bears and whales being the biggest draw. From the mighty Polar bear in Churchill, Manitoba to British Columbia’s rare Kermode bear, Canada’s bears are a sight to behold. Look out for black bears roaming the forests or take in the spectacular sight of grizzlies fishing for salmon.
Offshore marvel at the world’s largest population of humpbacks congregating along the Newfoundland coast, spot minkes in the St Lawrence River, kayak with orcas around the islands of British Columbia or snorkel with belugas in Hudson Bay.