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Canada Tours & Vacations

Extraordinary is an understatement when describing Canada. Unforgettable? You’re getting closer.

The changing colors of forested valleys and national parks, the freeze and flow of glacial lakes, the light and shade of the Rockies’ snow-capped mountains – Canada is North America’s natural masterpiece. Summer is for surfing and whale-watching off Vancouver Island, and seeing Lake Louise in all its blue-hued glory. Winter is for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in Alberta, and soaking in natural hot springs in British Colombia. Whatever the season, you’ll be able to find friendly locals, First Nations cultures, pristine landscapes and a delicious plate of poutine.

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The Maritimes: Nova Scotia

Thomas · Traveled August 2023
This trip was a great way to see a stunning part of Canada! Cape Breton was a highlight!
Review submitted 05 Sep 2023

Hiking in the Canadian Rockies

Jo · Traveled August 2023
Amazing trip with stunning scenery around every corner. Great guides and lucky to have a fun group. Camping was fine however you need good levels of fitness as most of walks include steep uphill climbs. Loved the additional excursions like kayaking, rafting and glacier walking! A trip to remember!
Review submitted 03 Sep 2023

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Alydia · Traveled August 2023
I loved this trip and would recommend it to anyone. The scenery was breathtaking and fed the soul. Our guide Mikail was a legend and we owe so much of the trip being as good as it was to him. He cooked every night and was very efficient with the food kitty (right down to noticing what people were/weren't eating and adjusting accordingly), was super organised and switched on, and constantly went the extra mile to ensure the group saw as much as possible / advised us on activities to ensure each individual personally got the experience they wanted. To address the negative reviews: yes, the first and last few days, bookending the trip, are mainly driving with fairly brief stops (you're covering a long way!). But once you hit Banff, and are settling into campsites for 2 - 3 nights, you won't feel it. For those who say it feels like a school trip - didn't find this at all. Secondly, this trip says 'moderate fitness'. But if you're more active and outdoorsy, this is one for you and you'll get more out of it. The best hikes require a higher base level of fitness and are absolutely worth it! As paid activities go, rafting, zip lining and horse riding were all amazing ways to see a new side of the Rockies - but if you can only choose one, make it the Athabasca Glacier. It's a once in a lifetime opportunity. There are also heaps of free options - a personal highlight was hiking the Valley of the Five Lakes in Jasper (this is the best and warmest spot to wild swim and where you will most likely see wildlife), and hiking to a swimmable waterfall in Wells Grey. One last tip - LAYERS. At night, you want fleeces and beanies - no matter how hot the day has been. During the day, we had everything from clouds and rain (so bring a raincoat!!) to 27° heat (running base layers work super well and don't take up much space in your rucksack).
Review submitted 02 Sep 2023

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Monique · Traveled August 2023
I would 100% recommend this tour. It was the perfect length and you got to see so much that you wouldn’t be able to do on your own. The sights are beautiful and you make amazing friends on the way. Special mention to our awesome leader Mikael, he made the trip unforgettable.
Review submitted 03 Sep 2023

Real Canada

Paul · Traveled August 2023
An awesome trip. Mikaël was a great guide, the people were cool, and the scenery was gorgeous. Camping was fun and we didn’t have any problems outside of some weather at the beginning. Highlight of the trip was seeing elk, a moose, and a bear on the same day in Jasper!
Review submitted 03 Sep 2023

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    Ottawa (population, 995,000)


    38.25 million


    Canadian dollar (CAD)


    English, French


    (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)




    Type A (North American/Japanese 2-pin) Type B (American 3-pin)

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