Uncover Canada

Canada is bursting with stunning views, diverse cities, unique experiences and thrilling adventures. From the spectacular Niagara Falls with its 57 meters drop, to Banff National Park in the jaw-dropping Rocky Mountains, to the winter wonderland of Banff; Canada showcases some of the most beautiful scenery in the world.

Why not take a train journey through the soaring peaks of the Rockies, or a tour to explore the mountains in guided comfort, or stay in Calgary tasting some exceptional craft beers, or even  go your own way and self-drive at your own pace stopping to marvel the iconic scenes en route. Canada offers something for everyone!



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As the second largest country in the world, Canada has no shortage of stunning views and unique travel sites for its visitors. Take in all the spectacular views, diverse cities and experience all the thrilling adventures Canada has to offer.

Immerse yourself in some of the most beautiful scenery Canada has to offer on a Guided Comfort tour. With first class hotel accommodation you will be sure to relax and enjoy the exciting itinerary our experts planned for you.

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For a personalised experience why not explore Canada’s attractions with Go Your Own Way itineraries. Marvel at the lakes or enjoy a scenic drive to Whistler while having the freedom to stop anywhere you want at your own leisure while meeting friendly locals. These itineraries are made to suit your personal interests! 2017 is the perfect year to visit, as it marks Canada’s 150th anniversary and you can explore Canada’s National Parks for free!

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Toronto is Canada’s largest city, and constantly ranked one of the world’s most liveable cities. The most prominent attraction is the CN Tower, the tallest free-standing building structure in the western hemisphere. You can now experience a thrilling new adventure on the tower, the Edge Walk, a walk on the outside of the tower at 356m above the ground! If you prefer to stay closer to the ground, the city holds more of 25 famous museums. Head over to Royal Ontario Museum, one of Canada’s premiere museums. It holds an outstanding collection and features major exhibitions from around the world.

Niagara Falls, only one hour and a half drive from Toronto inspires genuine awe. About 750,000 gallons of water rocket over the falls every second making it a spectacular natural wonder. See the falls on a boat tour, tunnel behind the falls, cable car, helicopter ride or jet boat. The best way to experience the splendour of the fall is to hop on a Maid of Mist boat and prepare to get wet under the falls!

Visit a UNESCO World Heritage treasure in old Quebec City. The friendly locals and enchanting atmosphere add to this city’s charm. Take a stroll through the towering fortresses and lavish castles or wander through the ancient cobblestone streets. The world’s most photographed hotel, Chateau Frontenac, is more than a hotel but a Quebec City icon.

Montreal, the world’s second-largest French speaking city is a city with countless museums and galleries making it one of Canada’s most historic places. Visit Old Montreal to see horse drawn carriages travel through the cobblestone streets and sights such as Basilique Notre-Dame, Mont Royal and Cathedral of Marie Reine du Monde.

Visit Canada’s most ethnically diverse city – Vancouver. Its majestic natural beauty will captivate each visitor!

Stanley Park is a recreational paradise with 400 hectares ready to be explored. It is larger than New York Central Park and has plenty of activities and sightseeing spots to enjoy. You can visit the Aquarium, walk the Seawall or participate in some water fun on the Second Beach Pool which has the advantage of being heated. Take a break from the city vibes, and escape to Granville Island. Moulded by history and colourful artistic craft studios this acts as a hub of activity. Also known as a food lover’s paradise, you will find a variety of food to indulge in.

The Peak of Vancouver, also known as Grouse Mountain is rising 1,250m above the city. Enjoy mountain ziplinng with top speeds of 80km/hr and jaw dropping views from Eye of the Wind, a large wind turbine. The top of the mountain also holds a Wildlife Refuge where endangered animals can play whilst protected.

Chinatown, established back in the 1890s has exotic cuisines and a vibrant culture, a place where you can easily spend half a day in. Make sure you grab a dim sum at one of the many restaurants or chose a few different steaming dumplings or buns. Take a walk through Sun Yat Garden which offers a look into the Chinese culture and symbolism.

Whistler is a resort located in the Coast Mountains, only 2 hours from Vancouver. A true winter wonderland picturesque resort, you can enjoy skiing, snowboarding, ice climbing and many other winter sports. Summer months can be full of adventure with zip lining, jet boating or Heli tours – Whistler is the place to be for all adventure seekers.

Year around this modern but traditional town will captivate you with its charm. Take a stroll through Prince’s Island Park, the largest inner city park which is great for walking and relaxing. Calgary Tower commands a great view over the city and the surroundings. On a clear day you can see the Rockies to the west! It also features a revolving gourmet restaurant and a bar so why treat yourself while admiring the views.

Have you ever wanted to see dinosaur bones? The Canadian Badlands is a unique travel destination where you can visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site Dinosaur Provincial Park, take scenic roads trips or exploring hoodoos and coulees. You can stay at one of the historic ranch houses or a tepee village to really get to know this impressive region.

Located in the Badlands, Horseshoe Canyon is a dramatic introduction to the Badlands. Jaw-dropping views and well-worn footpaths are sure to be alluring its visitors. Horseshoe canyon gets its name from its horseshoe shape defined by two coulees. If you are an adventure lover you can spend a half day by white water rafting on the Bow River. The Horseshow Canyon section offers magnificent scenery and big waves.

Jasper is the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies, known for its spectacular views; this mountain town is waiting for you! Nature lovers love Jasper, as there are a range of activities such as horseback riding, mountain biking or dogsledding. Maligne Lake is the second largest glacier-fed lake in the world and a magnificent destination to visit. Maligne Canyon has captivating waterfalls, fossils, potholes, underground stream outlets and rare black swifts.

If you have a passion for observing wild animals, then Rocky Mountain National Park has numerous elks, moose, deer, eagles and other wild residents. Make sure you watch from distance and you use binoculars to get those close-up views. Bears are also occasionally spotted in the park or near town when not hibernating.

Banff is a resort town is one of Canada’s most popular destinations. The Banff Hot Springs are a favourite amongst travellers and locals. The water heats up geothermally and the water that reaches the surface hasn’t seen daylight for hundreds of years. It is magical to sit in the pools in winter and watch the snow fall on the surroundings peaks.

Icefields Parkway is stretched 232km through Canadian Rockies, and it offers pristine turquoise lakes and ancient glaciers. Also known as one of the most beautiful journeys on the planet, this drive offers you spectacular views while casually spotting wolves, grizzlies, big horn sheep deer, bears & coyotes. Lake Louise is Canada’s ‘Diamond in the Wilderness’, offering great recreational activities and sightseeing opportunities for those keen to explore the wilderness. Winters offer endless activities such as dog sledding, snowshoeing, cross country skiing. Summer months can be enjoyed hiking, biking, fishing and plenty of scenic drives to see the wildlife.

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