Exploring Canada on the Open Road
Canada is one of the easiest countries to navigate by car, take your time and have a meaningful road trip where you’ll be able to stop along the way, picnic by lakes and take photos of stunning views. If you’re looking for authentic Canada then it’s worth getting off the main highway and exploring the quieter roads, you’ll quickly stumble across some of Canada’s quaint, unique towns.
Hiking and Walking Holidays in Canada
Canada is a hiker’s paradise with epic trails winding through the Rockies, forest routes to suit all levels and sandy strolls along rugged coastlines – even walking across central Vancouver City is an experience not to be missed. You can even take a walk on the giant Icefield Parkway Glacier, but be prepared to feel dwarfed by this massive sheet of ice, and a little bit nippy!
Canada Wildlife Watching Holidays
It’s no secret that Canada is a wildlife-lovers dream, especially for the big beasts such as whales and bears! Of course, that’s not all, you’ll have the chance see everything from bald eagles, chipmunks, seals and maybe even a beaver, you’ll certainly see a beaver dam or two on the way to Whistler.
Canada water-based holidays
Canada is renowned for its emerald green lakes, coastal waters teeming with sea life and fast flowing rivers. There are so many opportunities to get out and explore Canada on the water. Whether you’re looking for a relaxed whale watching boat trip, a chilled spot of standup paddleboarding or, for the more adventurous, kayaking with orcas – there’s an activity for all adventure levels.
Cycling and Biking Holidays
For those looking to explore Canada on two wheels there’s a whole load of choice on offer. Riding in Canada is second to none, no matter your level of biking skills, it’ll be an unforgettable experience. Choose from the alpine forest trails around Sun Peaks, the downhill trails in Whistler and for the city slickers explore some of Canada’s diverse cities by bike.
Camping, Glamping, Tipis and Log Cabins
You simply can’t travel to Canada and not experience sleeping in the great outdoors, or in a traditional log cabin at the very least. What could be more exciting than resting your weary travel bones surrounded by the sounds of the forest. Whether you opt for a cosy tent, a traditional tipi or something a bit more luxurious like a yurt we have some truly unique places for you to stay.
Exploring the Canadian Rockies by Train
The famous Rocky Mountaineer Train will have you pampered from start to finish. Prepare to be waited on hand and foot whilst you whizz through the Canadian wilderness, seeing wildlife and mountains as you pass. Our tip? Go for the Glass Dome upgrade, you’ll have panoramic scenes while you have a top-class lunch and champagne.
Discover Life in Canada's Cosmopolitan Cities
Canada is home to some of north America’s finest cities, the sprawling metropolis that is Toronto City is celebrated for its eateries and trendy bars, great shopping and cracking theatre scene. Visit the harbour and take a trip out on the waters to see Toronto from a different perspective. Vancouver City, voted one of the most liveable cities in the world, quite literally has it all – according to popular belief “everyone is happy”, it draws people the world over, the food and bars are top notch, there’s plenty of culture on offer with festivals almost every weekend, and to top it off it’s flanked by glistening waters and a stunning mountainous backdrop.