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Escorted tours are the best way to explore eastern Canada's French and British heritage or the wilderness of western Canada. Eastern Canada tours include Montreal, Quebec and dramatic Niagara Falls whilst the west is home to the magnificent Rocky Mountains and scenic National Parks.

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Best of Eastern Canada

Best of Eastern Canada
  • 8 Days - Toronto (ON) to Montreal (QC)
  • Tour Only from £1,687

Explore Canada's cosmopolitan cities, French and British heritage and majestic natural landscapes, from the cascading waters of Niagara Falls to the pretty meadows, rolling hills and farms of Eastern Townships in Quebéc.

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Best of Eastern Canada

Best of Eastern Canada
  • 8 Days - Toronto and Back
  • Tour Only from £1,687

Explore Canada's cosmopolitan cities, French and British heritage and majestic natural landscapes, from the cascading waters of Niagara Falls to the pretty meadows, rolling hills and farms of Eastern Townships in Quebéc.

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Spectacular Canadian Rockies

Spectacular Canadian Rockies
  • 8 Days - Vancouver (BC) to Calgary
  • Tour Only from £1,975

Your exhilarating encounter with western Canada will have you breakfasting in floral splendour, riding on glaciers and meeting a retired Mountie on your journey into the heart of the Rockies.

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Enchanting Canadian Maritimes

Enchanting Canadian Maritimes
  • 10 Days - Halifax (NS) and Back
  • Tour Only from £2,002

Enjoy the real taste of the salty Atlantic, fresh lobster and the best Canadian brews as you explore wind-swept sea cliffs, centuries-old towns and the hearty way of life of the Nova Scotians along with Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick.

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Maritime Canada

Maritime Canada
  • 11 Days - Halifax and Back
  • Fly Tour from £2,199

Canada’s Maritime provinces are the country’s smallest, but the staggering beauty of their picturesque landscapes is anything but insignificant. Bordering the Atlantic Ocean, this alluring region was once part of Acadia, the colony of New France in North America, where French immigrants built small settlements throughout what is today Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Île-Saint-Jean – now known as Prince Edward Island or simply PEI.

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Canadas Rockies

Canadas Rockies
  • 8 Days - Calgary and Back
  • Tour Only from £2,317

Join in the revelry of The World's Richest Tournament Style Rodeo.

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Winter Rockies Spectacular

Winter Rockies Spectacular
  • 8 Days - Calgary and Back
  • Fly Tour from £2,399

​Snow-capped peaks, frozen waterfalls and glacial Lake Louise – winter really is a magical time to experience the Canadian Rockies. Explore Banff National Park by sleigh and gondola, relax in soothing hot springs and take a daring Maligne Canyon icewalk.

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Heart of the Rockies

Heart of the Rockies
  • 11 Days - Calgary and Back
  • Fly Tour from £2,449

Beauty and wonder unfold at each turn of this 12-day exploration of Alberta and British Columbia. Vast areas of prairie give way to the magnificent Rocky Mountains.

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New York, Niagara Falls and Toronto

New York, Niagara Falls and Toronto
  • 9 Days - Washington DC to Toronto
  • Fly Tour from £2,495

Discover three fascinating cities and one world wonder on a captivating 10-day tour of North America. From the powerhouse of Washington D.C., our tour takes us to chic New York, absorbs the beauty of Niagara Falls from its Canadian side, and explores bustling Toronto.

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Maple Leaf Trail plus Niagara

Maple Leaf Trail plus Niagara
  • 11 Days - Toronto to Montreal
  • Fly Tour from £2,499

Like the region’s two most significant rivers - St Lawrence and Ottawa - you’ll wind through some of Canada’s greatest cities and most beautiful countryside on this 12-day tour. The iconic maple leaf, one of Canada’s national emblems, will be ever-present throughout your journey through Toronto, Québec City, Ottawa and Montréal.

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Discover Canada

Canada’s natural beauty stretches from coast to coast. The snow-capped peaks of the magnificent Rocky Mountains are often visited on a Canada tour and are the country’s crowning glory; a trip on the luxurious Rocky Mountaineer train is the ultimate way to travel through the high passes, deep ravines and spectacular bridges of Alberta and British Columbia.

The Icefields Parkway is one of the most stunning roads in the world with breathtaking mountain views and links the national parks of Banff, home to the ethereal beauty of Lake Louise, and Jasper with its natural hot springs, white-water rivers and alpine forests. On a Canada tour there is the chance to spot an amazing array of wildlife including huge moose and black bears in the national parks, and orcas on the western coast.

Vancouver enjoys one of the most beautiful settings of any city, located along the edge of the Pacific Ocean with a dramatic mountain backdrop. On the eastern coast of the country, Atlantic Canada encompasses New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, with over 43,000km of rugged coastline. There are excellent whale-watching opportunities and millions of seabirds can be spotted along the coast including puffins and gannets, as well as the elusive polar bear.

The scenery of this region is striking with natural phenomena including iconic Hopewell Rocks, the impressive tidal range of the Bay of Fundy and the dramatic wilderness of Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Iceberg Alley, which links Newfoundland and Labrador, is one of the best places in the world for viewing immense icebergs as well as majestic humpback whales.

The province of Quebec has French as its official language and its culture is like no other, with a fascinating blend of First Nation, British and French heritage. The two main cities are cosmopolitan Montreal and 400-year-old walled Quebec City. Ontario is home to Ottawa, the country’s capital, the lively city of Toronto and majestic Lake Ontario. The natural wonder of Niagara Falls provides unforgettable views whilst winery tours to the Niagara wine region give the opportunity to taste ice wine, the local speciality.


Highlights of Canada

  • Alberta and the Canadian Rockies

    The province of Alberta has a breathtakingly beautiful landscape with sparkling turquoise lakes, majestic glaciers, infinite forests and the famous Canadian Rocky Mountains. Alberta is also home to vibrant cities, spectacular National Parks and an abundance of wildlife. Surrounded by gorgeous alpine lakes, the Canadian Rocky Mountains are majestic and rugged with snow-capped peaks. They house plenty of wildlife, particularly in the Banff National Park; hiking in the Canadian Rockies is an adventure in itself.

    Calgary is Alberta’s largest city, it showcases immense natural beauty especially in the Fort Calgary National Park and is known for its western flair. The resort town of Banff is also a popular tourist hotspot in Alberta and is located high up in the Canadian Rockies in Banff National park. Banff has a historic charm, astounding natural surroundings and a relaxed atmosphere with buzzing restaurants and bars.

  • Toronto

    Located on the banks of Lake Ontario, Toronto is Canada’s largest city with a dazzling skyline that showcases the tallest manmade structure in the western world; the arrow-like CN Tower. This sprawling metropolis and one of the most ethically diverse cities in the world and is home to more than 80 ethnic communities. In fact, it is estimated that more than 50% of the popular were born outside of Canada which means that the city has a tremendously varied culture. Toronto features a fantastic shopping scene and some of the world’s greatest restaurants. Perhaps visit Casa Loma, Toronto’s stunning Edwardian Castle which boasts lovely gardens and an 800-foot tunnel.

  • Niagara Falls

    Located two hours away from Toronto is the famous Niagara Falls, Canada’s most popular attraction. Admire the astonishing views as the fast-flowing river plummets with thunderous force to the base of the falls creating an icy mist. Take the opportunity to visit Niagara-on-the-lake just half an hour away which is surrounded by pretty vineyards and is Canada’s premier wine region.

  • Montreal

    Montreal is often referred to as Canada’s cultural capital due to its many museums and galleries as well as the array of festivals and events that occur throughout the year. The city has a distinct European flair and happens to be the second-largest French speaking city after Paris. Centuries old architecture and innovate buildings blend together seamlessly and Montreal even has an underground city with hundreds of tunnels that are lined with restaurant and bars. Visit the Basilica of Notre-Dame, one of the most amazing Catholic structures in the world and wander through the fascinating Old Montréal.

  • Vancouver

    Its no surprise that Vancouver has been named the world’s most liveable city numerous times, this incredible, contemporary city has glass sky scrapers and serene green spaces framed by a striking mountain range backdrop. Stanley Park, Canada’s largest city park, sits in the centre of Vancouver and showcases a wealth of lush forests and tranquil lakes. Vancouver is an outdoor haven with endless opportunities for activities such as mountain biking, forest trails, kayaking and even winter sports. The city offers impeccable culinary including an amazing Asian dining scene with popular Chinese restaurants and authentic Japanese neighbourhood pubs.

  • Manitoba

    The province of Manitoba is somewhat wild and vast with exceptional national parks and over 100,000 lakes and waterways. Winnipeg and Churchill are the most popular destinations within Manitoba and rightly so. Sitting on Hudson’s Bay, Churchill boasts a wealth of natural wonders and is one of the best places in the world to spot polar bears along with other wildlife such as beluga whales. Winnipeg is a cultured and captivating metropolis with world-class museums and a thriving dining scene.

  • Yukon

    Yukon is the land of ice fields and high mountains and is known most commonly for the breath-taking Aurora Borealis. Yukon is a paradise for adventure lovers with its unique wildlife watching experiences and unspoiled natural environments. Perhaps explore the intriguing golden rush history in Dawson City, learn about the pre-colonial lifestyles of Yukon's First Nations and if you’re lucky, you may be treated to natures most spectacular show; the Northern Lights.

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