Gaze across Toronto from the CN Tower and take a boat trip on Lake Ontario.
Explore the many excellent museums, parks and galleries of Canada's capital, Ottawa.
Visit Montréal's superb Biosphere and Planetarium and enjoy a cruise along the St Lawrence River.
Discover tangible history among Québec's cobbled streets on a guided walking tour.
Take a day trip to admire Niagara Falls and explore the village of Niagara-on-the-Lake.
These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Canada, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well.
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Discover the lovely scenery of Waterton Lakes National Park and adjoining Glacier National Park in the USA.
Enjoy the many outdoor activities in Kootenay National Park.
Look for wildlife in the craggy peaks of the Rocky Mountains.
Explore hidden mountain back-roads.
Spend two full days exploring cosmopolitan Vancouver, visiting Stanley Park, Chinatown and its many shops and museums.
Drive through some of North America’s most spectacular landscapes, passing snow-covered mountains and glittering lakes.
Immerse yourself in the great outdoors, whether on foot, mountain bike or kayak.
Admire the frothing waterfalls of Wells Gray Provincial Park.
Spot wildlife such as black and grizzly bears, moose, bald eagles, deer and elk.
Explore Vancouver, one of Canada's most vibrant cities, and join a food tour here.
Go looking for humpback whales and Orca in Victoria Harbour.
Encounter black and grizzly bears in their natural environment around Vancouver Island.
Enjoy a scenic flight along the rugged coastline to Bella Bella.
Stay at Spirit Bear Lodge, in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest, and spend a few days in this stunning wilderness setting.
Cycle around Toronto, taking in its highlights, including the CN Tower and Kensington Market.
Admire the parliamentary architecture in Ottawa and skate on the frozen Rideau Canal.
Explore the cobbled streets, ice sculptures and culinary scene of old Québec.
Walk around old Montréal and visit the Notre-Dame Basilica.
Admire the wintry landscape between each city from the comfort of a train.
Go hiking, kayaking and mountain biking in the rugged scenery of the Rocky Mountains.
Look for wildlife such as bears, moose and elk in Banff and Jasper National Parks.
Drive through the rugged interior of British Columbia, stopping to admire lakes, glaciers and mountains.
Take in the sights of Vancouver, including Stanley Park, Chinatown and its beautifully wild coastline.
Spot icebergs as they drift south on the Labrador Current and past Newfoundland's rocky harbours.
Explore St. John's many pubs and restaurants, well-known for their live music.
Marvel at the magnificent scenery of Gros Morne National Park.
Visit the site of the authentic Viking settlement at L'Anse aux Meadows.
Lose count of moose and caribou as you drive north along the Northern Peninsula.
Delve into the fascinating history of Québec with a three night stay in the old city.
Enjoy the quiet charm of Baie-Saint-Paul, one of the region's first tourist destinations.
Go whale watching on the mighty Saint Lawrence River.
Explore lovely Lac Saint-Jean, its historic villages and nearby wilderness areas.
Visit Toronto and nearby Niagara Falls.
Explore the beaches and pretty villages along the shore of Lake Huron.
Watch for wildlife and get close to nature in Ontario's magnificent Killarney Provincial Park.
Experience First Nations culture on Manitoulin Island.
Travel from Vancouver to Jasper by overnight train.
Embark on a snowshoe hike in Jasper National Park with your guide.
Look out for elk, wolves, coyotes and moose on a winter wildlife tour.
Climb up a frozen waterfall in Jasper National Park.
Experience Lake Louise and Banff in all their winter glory.
Stay in the buzzing cosmopolitan city of Montréal, discovering its history, chic shops and many excellent restaurants.
Enjoy lots of varied outdoor activities or simply relax and contemplate the sublime scenery in the Laurentian Mountains.
Discover the charm, history, bistros and artists' shops of Québec City.
Explore the grand estates, antiques shops and art galleries in the Eastern Townships.
Explore the rich fossil fields at Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
See plains bison and Canada's prairie landscapes in Grasslands National Park.
See where the 'Mounties' are trained, discover vibrant Saskatoon, then saddle up for a few days on a ranch. .
Canada and New England
Explore historic Boston.
Cruise to Halifax, Sydney and Charlottetown in Atlantic Canada.
Enjoy a walking tour of historic Québec City.
Visit Montréal, Ottawa, Toronto and Niagara Falls.
Relax and enjoy the many facilities on board your cruise ship.
Explore the buzzing coastal city of Vancouver and go whale watching off the coast.
Admire western Canada's mountainous scenery from aboard the comfortable Via Rail Canadian train.
Explore the Rocky Mountains at your own pace, enjoying hikes through mountain and lake scenery.
Take a guided icewalk onto the Athabasca Glacier.
Experience one of the world's great train journeys through the Canadian Rocky Mountains, in your own private cabin.
Travel along the spectacular Icefields Parkway.
Explore the alpine panorama of Jasper National Park.
Sample Canadian gourmet cuisine in Vancouver.
Travel to Victoria for the day by seaplane and visit the beautiful Butchart Gardens.
Alaska and Canada
Follow the gold rush trail of the Klondike gold rush in the Yukon cities of Whitehorse and Dawson.
Drive along the majestic edges of Kluane National Park mountain ranges.
Cruise across Prince William Sound, keeping your eyes open for icebergs and whales.
Visit the Kenai Fjords with towering cliffs and abundant wildlife.
Visit Denali's Park Entrance and take a tour to have a chance of seeing its many bears and other wildlife as well as Mount Denali, the tallest mountain in North America.
Re-live the excitement of the 1890s gold rush in historic Dawson City.
Drive through impressive mountain scenery with barely another car on the road.
Look for wildlife and try some of the many activities available whilst staying near the southern lakes.
Truly get off the grid at Farewell Harbour where you can spend your days spotting bears and whales.
Meet the friendly local characters that make the Yukon such a different and special place.
Explore the vibrant cities of Vancouver and Victoria.
Watch bears in the wild on Vancouver Island.
Cruise along the famed Inside Passage.
Travel through B.C.'s scenic wilderness by train.
Discover the breathtaking beauty of the Rocky Mountains.
Explore the fascinating culture of Haida Gwaii.
See wildlife in its spectacular natural setting.
Explore the hidden coves and landscapes of the Queen Charlotte Islands.
Enjoy the company of fellow passengers on board a 68' ketch.
Canada and Alaska
Explore Seattle, Victoria and Vancouver.
Take a relaxing and scenic cruise to Alaska.
Discover Alaska's highlights by train.
Visit Kenai Fjords and Denali national parks.
Maximum of 15 guests per large tundra vehicle ensuring wonderful uncrowded polar bear viewing.
Experience the frozen wilderness of Hudson Bay from the comfort of warm tundra vehicles.
Explore the highlights of Churchill, including the Eskimo Museum and the 'Polar Bear Jail'.
Follow in the footsteps of 19th and 20th century explorers.
Cruise past icebergs, fjords, mountains and calving glaciers.
See whales, narwhals and bears, plus a myriad of birdlife.
Enjoy spectacular aurora borealis displays.
Travel through some of the most stunning polar regions on the planet.
Some of our favourite travel guides
- Luxury holidays in Canada: heli-hiking, glamping and ranch stays
- Highlights of the Canadian Rockies
- Polar bear watching in Canada
- Canada's Arctic, the Yukon & Prairie Provinces
- Cruises in Canada
- In the path of the grizzly: bear watching in Canada
- Canada self-drive holidays: Ontario and Québec
- Self-driving in the Yukon: chasing the ghost of the Gold Rush
- Hiking in the Canadian Rockies
- Highlights of Ontario
Luxury holidays in Canada: heli-hiking, glamping and ranch stays
Canada may be associated with log cabins and the simple pleasures of the great outdoors, but there are ways to add a touch of luxury to your trip. Our Canada specialists highlight places and experiences with a more exclusive feel.View this travel guide
Highlights of the Canadian Rockies
With glacier-fed lakes, thick pine forests and sharp, triangular mountains, the Canadian Rockies are a true wilderness area. Activities can include hiking, canoeing and visiting glaciers. Canada specialist Emily explains how you can make the most of your trip to the Rockies.View this travel guide
Polar bear watching in Canada
Churchill in northern Canada is known as the polar bear capital of the world. Every year, hundreds of bears congregate around nearby Hudson Bay waiting for the water to ice over so they can hunt seals. Canada specialist Emily shares the best ways to see them.View this travel guide
Canada's Arctic, the Yukon & Prairie Provinces
Canada's northernmost territory is a remote and starkly beautiful landscape. We can recommend lodges or expedition cruises to provide the best opportunities of seeing wildlife and exploring the highlights of this spectacular wilderness.View this travel guide
Cruises in Canada
Canada is ideally suited for adventure cruises, especially with the abundance of marine wildlife around its enormous coastline. We can recommend a variety of boats and suitable activities to help you get the most out of your visit.View this travel guide
In the path of the grizzly: bear watching in Canada
Canada is well-known for its wildlife, but the stars of the show are arguably its resident bears. These often solitary creatures can be difficult to find, but our Canada specialists can recommend intimate bear-watching experiences that allow you to see them in their natural habitat.View this travel guide
Canada self-drive holidays: Ontario and Québec
By self-driving in Canada’s Ontario and Québec provinces, you can explore peaceful parks filled with wildlife, secluded towns and villages, and multicultural cities at your own pace. Canada specialist Rebecca shares her ideas for self-drive routes that take in the best of each province.View this travel guide
Self-driving in the Yukon: chasing the ghost of the Gold Rush
Canada specialist Jon shares his tried-and-tested route for exploring the Yukon by car. He also suggests things to see and do along the way to make the most of your trip, from visiting time-frozen towns to hiking in lake-strewn parks.View this travel guide
Hiking in the Canadian Rockies
There are literally hundreds of hiking and walking trails in Canada's Rocky Mountains, appealing to all levels of fitness. Here we pick out some of the best places for you to put on your walking boots and experience the Rocky Mountains at your own pace.View this travel guide
Highlights of Ontario
Ontario offers forested landscapes, cosmopolitan cities and First Nations culture in a relatively compact area. Canada specialist Kayleigh outlines the region’s highlights, from touring Toronto’s markets to canoeing in Algonquin Provincial Park.View this travel guide