We feature a variety of day touring and sightseeing options in each location across Canada & Alaska you would like to visit from local attractions and day tours to hiking, ziplining, cycling,skiing, dog sledding, river rafting,dinnercruising and wildlife viewing experiences. This includes opportunities across all four Canadian seasons. Our most searched and selected day touring and sightseeing options are listed below. You can also refine your search by using the sub region list for more detailed information on each of our preferred sightseeing options in each destination we have on offer. Once you have found the experiences that are just for you, contact one of our destination experts to provide a customised quotation just for you.
There are not many places in the world where one lift ticket gives you access to 3 resorts and over 8000 acres of terrain set against awe-inspiring mountain views. A tri-area ticket also gives you complimentary access to shuttle transportation between hotels and the 3 ski resorts. The ski season runs from November until mid-May, with over 30 feet of annual snowfall.Read more
Travel with your interpretive guide along the world-famous Icefields Parkway. Beginning in either Banff or Lake Louise, sightseeing stops along this beautiful highway will include Bow Lake and the Crowfoot Glacier, the Weeping Wall, and Athabasca Falls. You will also make a stop at the Columbia Icefields Centre, where you will have the opportunity to take part in the Snow Coach Tour onto the Athabasca Glacier, and/or explore the Glacier Skywalk overlooking the Sunwapta Valley. You may also choose to enjoy the interpretive exhibit at the Icefield Centre or take a short guided walk to a scenic viewpoint. This one-way tour is perfect for travellers arriving by train. SunDog’s knowledgeable guides and small, personalized group sizes will make this tour the highlight of your Rocky Mountain adventure!Read more
Our most popular luxury tour offers the very best of Alaska and Canada’s Yukon. A classic roundtrip tour through some of North America’s most pristine wilderness landscapes, spectacular scenery communities following ancient wildlife corridors, historic native trading routes and Gold Rush trails. Along the way, you will experience a vast array of impressive mountain ranges, cascading glaciers, Native American culture and unique Gold Rush history. This tour visits three of the North’s national parks, including Yukon’s Kluane, Denali and guests have the option of joining a tour to visit Kenai Fjords National Park.”Read more
The Britannia Mine operated from 1904 to 1974 and was once the largest copper mine in the British Empire. It is told that over 60,000 people from 50 countries lived and worked in this isolated mining community over the course of its 70 year life. In 2010, a multi-million dollar make-over transformed this historic mine into a multi-award winning Museum and National Historic Site. This bustling attraction opens up a little-seen world that fascinates all ages. Visitors board a mine train and experience a day in the life of a hard rock miner with a guided underground tour. Site includes “Groundbreaking” film, touchscreen exhibits, displays of rare minerals, entrance into the massive Mill, gift shop and a unique opportunity to pan for gold. Located on the Sea to Sky highway midway between Vancouver and Whistler.Read more
For nine days in October, Cape Breton Island is home to a world-class celebration of music and culture. The Celtic Colours International Festival presents dozens of concerts, an extensive line-up of community events, and a nightly Festival Club, as the brilliant backdrop of red, orange and yellow leaves brings the island’s breathtaking scenery to life. Artists come from the UK, Europe, the US, and across Canada to join the finest of Cape Breton’s musicians, singers, dancers, storytellers and tradition-bearers for the annual island-wide celebration. Since its introduction in 1997, Celtic Colours has grown to become one of Canada’s premiere musical events and a cultural highlight of Nova Scotia’s tourism season. The 21st Celtic Colours International Festival takes place October 6-14, 2017.Read more
Norquay’s Sightseeing Chairlift is a new summer attraction that will expose you to the breathtaking views of Banff. Take a 15 minute open air chair ride to our boardwalk and cliff house. Relax and take in the views while enjoying a snack and beverage from the bistro. Departing daily from June to October.Read more
Travelling between river and mountains across 140 kilometers of breathtaking scenery, the Train of Le Massif de Charlevoix whisks passengers away on a singular rail excursion between Québec City, Baie-Saint-Paul and La Malbaie. This unique rail cruise offers an on-board cultural, historical and sensory adventure enhanced with celebrated Charlevoix gastronomy. As the journey and nature unfurl, by turns the outdoor elements quietly meld into the on-board multimedia experience, as passengers slip into synergy with the moving landscape. Our mood designers have integrated informational content transmitted via state of the art technology. The result is an atmosphere that’s both playful yet evocative, that invites passengers to explore the Charlevoix in fresh new way.Read more
The world class Charlottetown Festival runs June to September at the Confederation Centre of the Arts in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Shows are offered at four magnificent theatres in downtown Charlottetown- The Homburg Theatre, The Mack, Studio 1 and Studio 2- each offering its patrons a unique theatre-going experience. Some examples of previous show are: The Story of Confederation, Anne of Green Gables-The Musical™, Alice Through the Looking-Glass, Hockey Mom, Hockey Dad and Bittergirl: The Musical. Matinee performances start at 1:30 pm and evening performances start at 7:30 pm.Read more
Discover Canada”_s Birthplace! History comes alive when you stroll down one of Canada”_s greatest historic streets,where every building and street corner has a story to tell. During this one hour walking tour hosted by Confederation Players you will meet Canadian heros like Sir John A. MacDonald and Sir George Etienne Cartier who share the historical sidewalk with town criers,”_schemers”_ and tavern sweepers. Get a glimpse into the cultural and historical context of the Charlottetown Conference with this tour. This tour has multiple daily departures.Read more
Montreal On Wheels’ excursions are carefully designed to have you discover Montreal’s beauty and charm through commentaries and tastings. The tours are beginner level or intermediate level, guaranteeing you fun in a safe environment. After your tour, Montreal On Wheels lends you the bike until the end of the day so that you can continue visiting at your leisure.Read more
Defining the Toronto skyline at 553.33 metres, the CN Tower is Canada’s most recognizable and celebrated icon. The CN Tower is an internationally-renowned architectural triumph, an engineering Wonder of the Modern World, a world-class entertainment and dining destination and a must-see for anyone visiting Toronto. Each year, 1.6 million people visit Canada’s National Tower to take in the breathtaking views and enjoy all the CN Tower has to offer.
Take in spectacular views of up to 160 kilometres away from three observation levels, including the world-famous Glass Floor and the outdoor SkyTerrace with a view 342 metres straight down to the ground and the SkyPod, the highest of them all at 447 metres. Open seasonally, EdgeWalk at the CN Tower is the most exciting extreme attraction in the Tower’s history.
Three restaurants on property satisfy every appetite. Enjoy award-winning Canadian fine dining at 360 Restaurant at the CN Tower, family friendly casual dining celebrating the multicultural flavours of Toronto neighbourhoods in Horizons, and grab and go fare at Le Café. Plus, enjoy unique Canadian artisan and souvenir shopping in the Gift Shop.
The CN Tower is open 364 days a year (closed on Christmas Day) from 9am to 10:30pm.Read more
From April to September you can enjoy this program for nature lovers which features black bears and explores the quiet waters of the Clayoquot Sound UNESCO Biosphere. During winter, black bears are in a semi-hibernation. Come April they leave their dens and head for the closest food source ”’ the ocean. While bears forage for rock crabs at low tide, visitors can unobtrusively observe and photograph their behaviour. Often mothers with cubs are found along with adult male and juvenile bears. Sightings also frequently include seals, sea lions and a range of birdlife. A favourite trip for photographers and bird watchers. This two and a half hour tour departs during April to September from Tofino over the low tide with a maximum group size of 12 participants. Floater suit, hats, gloves and hot drinks are provided.Read more
The Coastal Classic train is a local favourite that winds through the stretch of wilderness between Anchorage and Seward. A string of massive glaciers visible from the track enriches the journey as you travel south to the coastal town of Seward, AK and the shores of Resurrection Bay – the perfect connection to Kenai Fjords National Park, whale watching, sea kayaking, tidewater glacier viewing and dog sled rides. Adventure Class and GoldStar Service levels are available on the Coastal Classic. GoldStar Service features bi-level railcars with dome windows and an exclusive outdoor viewing platform – an excellent vantage point to see the most beautiful stretch of the Alaska Railroad – and full-service sit down “dining with a view.” Depart from either Seward or Anchorage; runs May to mid-September.Read more
Vancouver has the largest concentration of Craft Breweries in Canada and is becoming famous worldwide as a craft beer lovers must visit destination. Be sure to arrive with a full belly as this four hour tour will take you to 3 different craft breweries where people with a passion for their craft will showcase their fare.Read more
The high elevations of Banff and Lake Louise make it an early contender for winter’s gift of fresh snow. These ideal conditions create a winter playground for cross-country skiing. Many roads, meadows, lakes and trails transform into a sparkling paradise, perfect for this exhilarating winter pursuit. Cross-country ski rentals are available in both Banff and Lake Louise.Read more
CrossIron Mills opened in 2009 and is located less than ten minutes from the Calgary International Airport, the innovative 1.12 million-square-foot shopping centre is the largest single level shopping centre in Alberta, with 18 large format anchors and more than 200 specialty stores and premium brand outlets. The centre is home to popular retailers including Bass Pro Shops, Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5th, Pro Hockey Life, Michael Kors, Designer Shoe Warehouse, and Coach Factory. The centre also has many “biggest in Alberta” retailers including the largest Toys “R” Us, Babies “R” Us, La Senza, The Children’s Place, Tommy Hilfiger Outlet, Laura Superstore and Forever 21. Check out our website for the exclusive tourism offerings!Read more
The Dawson City Museum, housed in the beautifully restored Old Territorial Administration Building, is the perfect place to begin your exploration of Dawson, the Gold Rush, and the Klondike region. The Dawson City Museum provides you with the opportunity to explore the connection between the Klondike and your world through collections, exhibits and interpretive programs.Read more
Denali Raft Adventures, established in 1974, is the first company to raft commercially on the Nenana River. It is located at the entrance of Denali National Park, Alaska.
You can choose wild white water, scenic mild water rafting or both. You can paddle or let the guide do all the work in a oar raft while you hold on and enjoy. Every effort is made to provide you with exciting outdoor adventure, laughter, and fun to make a memory that will last for a lifetime. In order to provide you with an enjoyable raft trip, Denali Raft supplies knowledgeable guides, durable Avon and Sotar rafts, as well as all the gear you need, including Gore-Tex dry suits, which are the most comfortable to wear over your warm clothes. Come experience a true Alaskan adventure with Denali Raft Adventures
Try it for fun!Read more
The Alaska Railroad route spans more than 804 kilometres from Seward to Denali National Park and on to Fairbanks. Travellers journey through alpine forests, coastal regions, and traverse two major mountain ranges in a land twice the size of Texas. In summer, trains run daily to and from eight major stops along the rail belt. The Denali Star train links Anchorage to Fairbanks with stops in Wasilla, Talkeetna and Denali Park. The 572-kilometre route features spectacular scenery, such as Hurricane Gulch, where you will travel across one of the world’s largest single-span bridges. Expect frequent views of Denali, North America’s tallest peak. The Anchorage to Denali route is the most popular rail tour offering Adventure Class and GoldStar Service options. The Denali Star runs from mid May to mid September 2017.Read more
The University of Alberta Devonian Botanic Garden is a stunning 97 hectare property located 15 minutes southwest of Edmonton, with cultivated gardens and plant collections, indoor showhouses, and an extensive nature trail system. Named the “2014 Botanical Garden of the Year” by the Canada Garden Council, highlights include the beautiful Kurimoto Japanese Garden; a Tropical Showhouse with exotic butterflies; Temperate and Arid Showhouses; alpine, herb, rose, peony, lilac and lily collections; Native Peoples Garden; trial beds and more. The Devonian Botanic Garden is a visitor attraction, a research site, and home to year-round adult and children’s education programming. The garden is open to visitors from May through Thanksgiving.Read more
Ocean Explorations Zodiac Whale cruises is maritimes’ ORIGINAL “ocean rafting” whale/seabird adventure! Biologist Tom Goodwin started the Bay of Fundy tours in 1986 after five seasons in Newfoundland conducting whale research,rescues and tours,while working on a Master’s in Environ. Education. Widely well reviewed and top guide book/hotel/Inn referrals it is often the highlights of many people’s vacations. “Worth it jut for the Zodiac Ride!” We are weather dependent,it would be wise to plan an extra day or two in the area,or flexibility for those weather ‘challenging’ days! Approximately 40 minutes from town of Digby,70 from Annapolis Royal and 3 hours from Halifax. Suitable for adventurers of all ages,5 to 85,however sometimes conditions might not be suitable for small children,back problems etc.Read more
Come aboard the AML Cavalier Maxim or the AML Louis Jolliet and enjoy a four hour culinary experience in a unique maritime setting. Choose the savoury five-course table d’hote and let yourself be carried away by our musical selection. Discover Montreal and the Boucherville Islands as seen from the water. Cruises departures from May to October at King-Edward Pier.Read more
Build a connection to this World Heritage site as you visit Banff’s landmarks and historic places. Hear how the 11,000 year old human history of the Bow Valley changed when three railway workers rediscovered a hidden natural hot spring. Visit the abandoned mining town of Bankhead and Lake Minnewanka Dam, relics of Banff’s industrial past. Tour some classic viewpoints of Banff including Surprise Corner and the Hoodoos lookout. Throughout you will learn about wildlife, their habitat and protection. Your time will be spent enjoying the sights, taking photos, and participating in short walks to view points on the many stops of the tour. Additional highlights include Surprise corner for views of the Banff Springs hotel, Bow Falls, and Tunnel Mountain Drive. Maple cookie snacks and water are provided.Read more
Whether you are travelling to the coastal city of Victoria for the historic charm or the west coast of Vancouver Island for the miles of beaches and surf,BC Ferries provides you a prelude to the awe-inspiring scenic BC coast. Travel through the breathtaking Inside Passage to whale watch,spot eagles overhead or discover historic villages. Marvel at the northern fjords along the Discovery Coast Connector service or take in the rugged beauty of the Haida Gwaii. BC Ferries will take you to the beautiful British Columbia everyone keeps telling you about.Read more
Visit the grizzly bear ‘Boo’ as he romps and plays in a natural bear habitat.”’Your guided sightseeing tour to the Grizzly Bear Refuge also includes stops at Lake Louise, Spiral Tunnels and Takakkaw Falls, a ride on the gondola at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort for an eagle’s eye view of grizzly country and a gourmet lunch at Canada’s highest restaurant.Read more
Hop aboard this authentic London-style double-decker or turn-of-the-century trolley for a one day guided city tour of Ottawa. This tour allows you to Hop-On/Hop-Off at the different sites to visit at your own pace. Attractions sites included during this tour are museums,parks,embassies,Parliament Hill,Rideau Hall,ByWard Market and many more.Read more
Kingston’s Discovery Cruise provides a fascinating introduction to the unique sights and heritage of the world-famous Thousand Islands region and Canada’s First Capital historic waterfront. This cruise is cleverly narrated by the living spirit of Canada’s First Prime Minister and Kingston native son,Sir John A. Macdonald.Read more
Snuggled cosily under a blanket the cool, crisp air whooshes past you as a team of huskies pulls your dogsled on a picturesque journey through mountain valleys. Dogsledding in Banff National Park just might be the once-in-a-lifetime activity you are looking for. To add even more excitement, you can try mushing the sled for yourself and guide a team of dogs down the trail.Read more
Dogsledding is an exciting way to enjoy the stunning landscapes of Banff National Park in the winter. Sit under a blanket on a traditional dogsled and let a team of huskies lead you on a picturesque journey through mountain valleys. This is that truly remarkable experience that you’ve been looking for.Read more
Named the World’s Top City Garden by National Geographic, Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden is the first and only classical Chinese garden in all of Canada! Covered walkways and beautiful pavilions protect guests from Vancouver’s famous rainforest conditions and make it the perfect place to visit year-round! The jade green pond, koi fish, collection of 150-year-old miniature trees and tai hu rock imported from China are some of the delights the Garden offers. Built in 1986 by 53 master craftsmen from China and with 950 crates of traditional material, it was constructed using 14th century methods – without glue, screws or power tools. The Garden offers free guided tours and traditional Chinese tea as well as one-of-a-kind finds at the Eight Treasures Shop.
Eco-Adventures 306 Collective provides awesome outdoor adventures at two locations in Saskatchewan with a focus on sustainable and eco-friendly operations. As the recipient of the Small to Medium-Sized Business of the Year at the Canadian Tourism Awards in 2014, they are most known for their two-hour long, guided zip line canopy tours through the lodgepole pines of Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park (southwest Saskatchewan). However, we have a sneaking suspicion that after you experience their tour through the boreal forest located at Elk Ridge Resort near Prince Albert National Park (northern Saskatchewan), you are going to have a whole new way to remember them!
The tours are uniquely designed to blend in with their surroundings and have put smiles on the faces of thrill seekers and nature lovers alike since day one. What really brings them to life is their diverse group of zip line guides who put their hearts and souls into delivering memorable experiences to ensure you get the most out of your time with us.
On top of that, their basecamp locations also feature a variety of awesome outdoor activities that are sure to get your adrenaline pumping.
What they do definitely isn’t your stereotypical Saskatchewan adventure, but by all means it is authentically Saskatchewan! Come out and play!Read more
Bears, wildlife and nature! “Walk With The Grizzlies” as they feast on spawning salmon. This Canadian Signature Experience immerses you in mountain wilderness, seeing nature through the eyes of the forest. Issued the first grizzly bear viewing licence in British Columbia and with a deep commitment to wildlife conservation, Gary Zorn has limitless knowledge, stories and respect for the big bears gained over 30 plus years of guiding nature travellers. There are no viewing platforms. The animals are wild, free and unhabituated.
Safely travel bear country from mid-May through mid-October, exploring bear habitat and wilderness ecosystems of the Cariboo Mountains – including the rare interior rainforest with giant cedars over 1000 years old – observing grizzlies, moose, mountain caribou, mountain goats, black bears, wolves, lynx, birds and mountain dwellers in their natural habitat.
Prepare to be amazed as you go from lowland valleys in early spring to boreal forests and high alpine peaks, and to salmon-bearing rivers that reveal the very soul of British Columbia’s iconic features. An authentic Canadian wilderness experience calling to your ‘wild within’ – giving you lifetime memories and unforgettable moments in nature.
From wilderness adventures to the comfortable, welcoming and homey atmosphere of the lodge with its country-style gourmet fare, this is a truly Canadian adventure.Read more
Edmonton hosts an incredible array of colourful,entertaining festivals every year that celebrate arts,culture,sports,film,theatre and winter. Visit Edmonton and experience the many amazing festivals including Canada’s largest folk music festival extravaganza that attracts more than 80,000 music lovers; Canada’s oldest street performers festival; and North America’s largest and longest-running Fringe festival. No matter what you are in the mood for,you will be able to find the perfect celebration in Canada’s ‘Festival City’.Read more
A place of tradition close to Québec city, the maple grove “Érablière Le Chemin du Roy” offers the possibility to enjoy typical Québec sap house meals as well as traditional music, horse drawn sleigh rides and maple toffee on snow. Visiting the Sugar Shack and pancakes are also available. It’s open all-year round upon reservation. This is a cultural experience not to be missed!Read more
Discover the challenges of protecting animals and their habitat in Banff National Park. On this evening journey,travel through a variety of landscapes and learn about wildlife,their needs,and their inter-relationships. Leave the safari with a greater understanding of the national park and the animals that live within it.Read more
Hike and ride a skyline full of mountain trails in Blue River. ATV to an alpine picnic. Watch elk, bear and moose ramble through the forest. Cushion your step on the loamy mountain floor. Canoe Murtle Lake and hike the Wavy Range. Cruise the Green Mile by mountain bike. Snap a “selfie” from the summit of White Rock, with the whole of Blue River and its valley as your backdrop. Tackle Groundhog Mountain on snowmobile or ATV. Explore tranquil forests on snowshoe or Nordic skis. Take the path less travelled and discover a secret stash of trails just ripe for exploring on foot, by bike, snowmobile, or all-terrain vehicle. Simply step outside your door and into a mountain of adventure in Blue River.Read more
A true must-do while visiting Jasper! SunDog Tour’s guided interpretive drive through the Maligne Valley will include a stop at Maligne Canyon for a gentle guided walk to the first two bridges above the gorge, a short stop at the ”’disappearing’� Medicine Lake, and finally Maligne Lake. At this picturesque gem of the Canadian Rockies you may either relax aboard the famous Maligne Lake boat cruise to Spirit Island or enjoy a guided hike along the shore line. Their knowledgeable guides are well versed in the history, geology, and ecology of the area and will provide colourful commentary along your journey. This excursion also provides excellent opportunities to see some of Jasper’s wildlife.Read more
Whether your idea of a good time is to shred down mountain trails at top speed, explore a world amongst the tree tops, or take a guided hike and smell the flowers, Fernie Alpine Resort has an adventure waiting for you this summer. Fernie Alpine Resort is the base camp to numerous exhilarating summer activities. At the resort there is an Aerial Park, which is a tree-top rope course 18 metres off the ground. Finish off by zip lining your way to the base area. Mountain biking in Fernie offers some of the best cross-country, downhill, single-track and dual slalom trails with and without chairlift access. For hikers and sightseers, whether they choose to take the scenic chairlift, or hike to the top — there will be a fantastic view waiting. Stop for lunch at the Lost Boys’ Café and soak in wilderness.Read more
Fernie Alpine Resort, located in the heart of the Canadian Rockies, is regularly named one of the ‘Top Ski Resorts in North America’, with natural, legendary snowfall of up to 11 metres per winter. Combined with gorgeous, panoramic views, perfectly mild weather conditions, five legendary bowls and more terrain than you know what to do with, it is no wonder why Fernie is quickly becoming a favourite around the globe. Experience endless adventure at Fernie Alpine Resort; shred legendary powder, soak in a private hot-tub in your cabin hideaway, après-ski in the quaint ski-in/ski-out village at the base of the mountain, and experience one of the coolest towns in North America, located only five kilometres from the mountain.Read more
Join Five Star Whale Watching for an adventure of a lifetime – an experience that you will never forget! As Victoria’s longest-running family owned and operated whale watching company and first catamaran company, Five Star has located itself at the forefront of establishing Victoria as a world-class destination for whale watching. Setting the bar high for the local whale watching industry, it has been inspiring and educating visitors since 1985, introducing them to the wonders of the Salish Sea and the resident orca whales.
Five Star’s high-speed expedition catamaran is the only vessel of its kind, offering the most stability and best platforms for viewing. The crew of marine biologists on board will guide you with expertise on the whales and the waters in which they live. With the highest repeat customer base and number one ranking on TripAdvisor, you will certainly leave Victoria in awe and longing for return. As their esteemed “local whale guru” Ron Bates (researcher) so eloquently states, “Nothing prepares you for the first sight and sound of a killer whale or whales coming out of the fog. They just sail along so confidently and with full knowledge of where they are and what they are doing. Maybe someday we will understand more.”
Come for the journey of a lifetime! The Five Star office is conveniently located at the Fairmont Empress hotel, next to Miniature World.Read more
See Canada like never before at Vancouver’s newest attraction! At its core,FlyOver Canada is a breathtaking,family-friendly,flight ride like no other! You will take off into a huge dome screen with the latest in projection and ride technology creating a true flying experience (complete with wind,scents,and mist!). At FlyOver Canada you will spend approximately 30 minutes getting introduced to our great country. First enter the preshow area where you will be immersed in an audio-visual show of Canada “up close and personal” then head to the boarding zone for your preflight briefing. Finally,hit the flight deck and spend 8 minutes on the unforgettable Ultimate Flying Ride soaring east to west over some of the most spectacular scenery in Canada!Read more
Celebrate life and culture with world-class entertainment,delicious ethnic food and beautiful cultural displays at Folklorama,the largest and longest-running multicultural festival of its kind in the world. Bring a friend or come by yourself to experience the world’s cultures from the convenience of one place,Winnipeg. 2015 dates: August 2nd – August 15th.Read more
Discover Vancouver’s secrets on a 90 minute adventure into its prohibition-era past. You’ll visit the alleyways, passages and hidden corners where bootlegging, rum-running and illegal gambling once ran wild. And you’ll hear the true stories of corrupt mayor L.D. Taylor, notorious mobster Joe Celona, and its greatest showgirl, Yvonne De Carlo.Read more
On April 29, 1903, thirty million cubic metres of limestone crashed from Turtle Mountain and buried part of the coal mining town of Frank. Feel the impact of the Frank Slide in an interactive and creative setting involving first-hand accounts by the people who lived through the destruction. Exhibits feature numerous audio-visual experiences, interactive computers, hands-on science-based displays, and an activity area for young children. The centre has two award-winning high definition presentations playing daily. Walking trails through the slide provide spectacular Rocky Mountain views and a closer look at the awesome power of nature. Located just over one kilometre off Highway Three in the Crowsnest Pass, two hours southwest of Calgary.Read more
Explore Victoria’s highlights on this small group day trip from Vancouver. Enjoy a one and a half hour cruise to Vancouver Island during the fully-narrated sightseeing coach tour to downtown Victoria followed by free time to explore at your own pace by foot. The highlight of your day will surely be world-famous Butchart Gardens, a stunning 55-acre sprawl of floral gardens.Read more
Newfoundland’s best tour! Experience the real wild side of Newfoundland. This 90 minute guided cruise to the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve is a must do on any visit to Newfoundland. Gatherall’s tour is the most consistent tour for spotting puffins and whales. Friendly,professional and caring staff welcome vacationers of all ages. Cruise in comfort on board on the spacious and stable catamaran – largest tour vessel in NL – inside seating provided for all passengers. Scheduled guaranteed departures daily May through September.Special group /private departures available.Read more
If there is one thing you should do when you visit the Canadian Rockies, it is the Glacier Adventure. This once-in-a-lifetime experience will leave you feeling exhilarated and inspired, with an amazing ride on a massive Ice Explorer that treks onto the surface of the Athabasca Glacier and a jaw-dropping walk along the glass-floored Glacier Skywalk at the cliff’s edge. Ride onto the Athabasca Glacier in the all-terrain Ice Explorer while your experienced driver-guide shares fascinating information about glaciers, icefields and their impact on our environment. Your tour includes a stop along the glacier, where you can walk on it and fill your water bottle with fresh glacier water. It’s the perfect time to capture the beauty of the icefield’s breathtaking mountain setting.Read more
The Glacier Discovery train begins in Anchorage and skirts the shore of Turnagain Arm. This area is part of the Chugach National Forest, the second largest national forest in the United States at 2.5 million hectares. After travelling past Girdwood, 64 kilometres from Anchorage, the train leaves the mainline for a trip into the port of Whittier – the gateway to Prince William Sound – where many passengers board day cruises to view glaciers and marine wildlife. After Whittier, the train continues south to the Placer Valley and into country accessible only by train. Stop at Spencer Glacier and join a guided raft trip amongst the icebergs on Spencer Lake or a hike with a Forest Service Ranger. Or stay on board and venture to the scenic glaciers in Grandview Valley. Runs late May to mid September, 2017.Read more
Set off from the Girdwood airport in a helicopter for a 15-minute scenic flight up through Girdwood’s mountainous valley. Once you arrive on the glacier, you will meet your musher and his enthusiastic Alaskan huskies. You will learn all about the Alaskan huskies, driving a dog team, a musher’s lifestyle, and the famous Iditarod trail. Protective outerwear is provided.Read more
Take a closer look at Blackcomb Mountain on Canadian’s Jeep Safari! No two tours are alike as the changing mountain colours and wildlife create new paths for exploration. Ascend from Whistler Valley past glacier-fed rivers. View bears and other wildlife en route to the snow-capped Horstman Glacier. Highlight your vacation with Whistler’s ultimate 4×4 adventure.Read more
Step into a breathtaking world where glaciers rest above and birds soar below. Experience waterfalls, wildlife, fossils and more on an exciting cliff-edge walkway that leads to a platform where glass is all that separates you from a 918-foot drop. The journey is presented in an interpretive storytelling format, leaving you with a special bond with the natural world.Read more
The Glowbal Collection is all about the more satisfying restaurant experience – on every level. There is a sense in these iconic places that you are immersed in something fresh,vital and vibrant – right in the middle of where everyone wants to be. Here,you are truly our guest and taken care of at every moment. In every last one of our locations,in all their variety,that feeling is there. The collection is comprised by a number of restaurants; Black+Blue (steak),COAST (seafood),Italian Kitchen (pasta) and The Fish Shack (seafood). The energy,bustle and allure of these downtown Vancouver restaurants are what most people notice first. In addition,flawless service,exquisite wine lists,and some of the most inventive,celebrated cuisine in the city define every restaurant in the collection.
Try the ultimate experience and reach new heights! You’ll fall under the spell of a vast mountainous plateau cut by deep valleys. Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier is host to one of the most beautiful valleys in Québec, the spectacular Vallée de la Jacques-Cartier. The Jacques Cartier River, calm in some places and turbulent in others, has sliced a 550-metre-deep channel into the plateau. A coniferous forest dominates the high plateaus, and deciduous trees people the deep valleys. Aboard the luxurious helicopter, nature is both inspiring and serene. You can also take a helicopter tour of picturesque Québec City, an experience you will never forget! Explore Old Québec (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the Château Frontenac and the majestic St. Lawrence River.Read more
To see the gold mining operation requires a trip into the traditional goldfields of the Klondike,the staging area is at the former town site of Gold Bottom,a once thriving,sociable community that boasted a population of close to 5,000 people during the hey-days of the 1898 Klondike Gold Rush. You will get explanations and demonstrations of historic and modern gold mining methods and processes,everything from staking a claim to selling the gold. The Millar Family and the GoldBottom Crew has over 30 years gold mining experiences to share. You will hear personal experiences and stories about life on the creeks. This tour departs twice daily from June until freeze up (usually middle to end of September).Read more
This fully guided excursion to the Golden Mile is a perfect way to start your wine touring in the South Okanagan. An area once known for its gold,it is now a gold mine for wine enthusiasts. Learn the history of the region as you wind your way to three stunning vineyards. Savour each wine as the sun rises above Lake Osoyoos and Anarchist Mountain. Enjoy tastings from each winery and allow your palate to awaken to the wines of the Golden Mile.Read more
The Great Canadian Barn Dance invites you to experience family style hospitality,unique cultural activities and world-class scenery. It will transport you back to a time when folks got together with friends and family and enjoyed lively western music,old time dances,and incredible country cooking. Southwest Alberta is a well kept secret waiting for you to discover.Read more
Discover Montreal through a complete tour of the city,taking in over 200 points of interest,including a photo stop at the Notre Dame Basilica,St. Joseph’s Oratory,residential and financial districts,Old Montreal,French Quarter,outside view of Olympic Site,McGill University and a panoramic view from an observation point on top of Mt. Royal.Read more
A summer long professional theatre festival featuring drama,comedy,music and dinner theatre,all of which highlight the culture,history and people of Newfoundland & Labrador. Your natural vacation in Gros Morne National Park is topped off with authentic storytelling in the Warehouse Theatre and Shallow Bay Motel Ethie Room in Cow Head,on the north end of Gros Morne National Park. Running late May to mid-September each year,the Gros Morne Theatre Festival line-up includes The S.S. Ethie (dinner theatre) the re-telling of a 1919 shipwreck – the rusted remains still lay on the beach about 10 minutes away from Cow Head; Neddy Norris Night,a musical journey through our last hundred years; and Newfoundland Vinyl,a comedy/music night highlighting our more recent musical geniuses! And more,much much more!Read more
Listen to Blackfoot guides tell stories of the ancient buffalo hunting culture at this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built right into the natural landscape, the award-winning interpretive centre houses five levels of exhibits and explains how the Plains People organized complex communal buffalo hunts for almost 6,000 years as they lived off the land for their survival. Feel the beat of the native drumming and get up close to take a picture of your favourite dancer at the First Nations drumming and dance demonstrations every Wednesday in July and August. Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump is located 90 minutes south of Calgary on secondary Highway 785, near Fort Macleod. Open daily year round with the exception of Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day and Easter Sunday.Read more
The world-famous Thousand Islands begin in Kingston and span the St. Lawrence River for miles. This route onboard the triple deck Island Queen winds its way through the small cottage islands of the Admiralty group featuring Napoleon’s Hat,Wanderer’s Channel,the Bateau Channel,the new,opulent Mandalay Mansion and the historic sights of Kingston.Read more
The Manitoba Legislative Building is one of Canada’s well known architectural landmarks. Is it a temple in disguise? Uncover occult clues,hieroglyphic inscriptions,numerological codes,& freemasonic symbols concealed within the buildings architecture. The Hermetic Code Tour is part of the ‘Canadian Signature Experiences’ collection with the Canadian Tourism Commission.Read more
Let Sunshine Village’s local guides take you off the beaten path, deep into the heart of Banff National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, surrounded by 360-degree panoramic alpine views. Snowshoe along the path Canada’s First Nations people took to trade with neighbouring tribes, and listen to stories of first discovery from European explorers.
Build your own Toronto experience with the freedom of the Hop-On/Hop-Off City Tour aboard a London-style double decker bus or trolley. Let The friendly and knowledgeable tour guides educate you on the fun facts and history of Toronto as you travel through the city with stops at/near all major hotels in the downtown area. Join the tour at any one of the over 20 scheduled stops at featured attractions and points of interest and then hop-on/hop-off all day. Your ticket will be valid for three consecutive touring days and also includes a complimentary boat tour of the Toronto Harbour and Islands (seasonal), so come aboard and be introduced to the history and excitement that is Toronto.
Experience downtown Vancouver at leisure as this Hop-On, Hop-Off tour circles through a series of cultural districts, seaside points of interest, and Stanley Park. Clear top buses for stunning views, rain or shine and full commentary in English, French, Spanish, German, Japanese, Korean & Mandarin.Read more
xperience downtown Vancouver at leisure as this Hop-On, Hop-Off tour circles through a series of cultural districts, seaside points of interest, and Stanley Park. Clear top buses for stunning views, rain or shine, and full commentary in English, French, Spanish, German, Japanese, Korean and Mandarin.Read more
A thrilling new way to experience Canada’s most spectacular wonder of the world. Hornblower Niagara Cruises will take you on the ride of your life. An intimate tour that gets you as close as possible to the breathtaking flow of water, power and mist that is the magnificent Niagara Falls. Within the Niagara Great Gorge you will journey past the American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls and into the very heart of the famous Horseshoe Falls. Hold onto your heart and keep your eyes wide open because you are in for the thrill of a lifetime.Take the original Voyage to the Falls Boat Tour which gets your right up close to the falls.For something extra special there is the nightly Falls Illumination, this 30 minute cruise provides stunning panoramic views of the city lights and famous coloured illumination of the falls.Read more
This seven hour tour combines hot springs and whales with other wildlife viewing opportunities. Explore Clayoquot Sound as the group travels by boat to a series of thermal rock pools. Hike through the rainforest,soak in a natural hot spring,and then head out in search of whales and wildlife. This tour departs March to November from Tofino.Read more
Adventures by dog sled! Enjoy a two or four hour tour in Alberta’s Rocky Mountains in the winter season (December through April). Experienced guides and friendly Alaskan and Siberian huskies will take you through the serene backcountry and submerse you into nature! Learn to be a musher, harness the dogs and drive the team, or relax as a passenger.
Come howl with Howling Dog Tours!Read more
Available in both Banff and Lake Louise, Sleigh Rides are a great way to slow down and enjoy the outdoors with friends and family. Enjoy the scenic meadows in Banff or take in the breathtaking views along the shoreline at Lake Louise, complete with an authentic buffalo robe for extra warmth. Sleigh Rides are a must-do winter experience in Banff National ParkRead more
Iceberg Quest’s award winning tour has been departing from St. John’s and Twillingate showcasing Newfoundland’s unique charm for over a decade. Witness the world’s largest concentration of humpback whales. Steam through the passageway of 12,000 year old Greenland icebergs. View elegant sea birds including the Atlantic Puffin as they feed in these coastal waters. Journey to a place where the Atlantic Ocean meets the edge of the earth. Experience a land where charisma and hospitality meet in harmony to create a tour that has attracted visitors from around the globe.Read more
The Calgary Zoo is proud to present ILLUMINASIA Lantern & Garden Festival presented by Sinopec Canada. Authentic Chinese lanterns light up the zoo and set the stage for a unique experience like no other in Calgary in September and October. Festival lanterns highlight zoo animals while showcasing iconic Chinese symbols. The Dorothy Harvie Gardens provide the backdrop through lush mosaics and vegetation tapestries for these wonderful works of art and light. Visitors will also be able to experience authentic Pan-Asian entertainment along with special programs that spotlight the arts, food or culture native to each region being featured, starting with China and changing every two weeks. These amazing and intricate lanterns are designed and hand-crafted by artists in the hub of lantern-making, Zigong, China then assembled on-site by a team of craftsmen directly from Zigong. The art of lantern-making from this region in China is over 800 years old and passed down through generations.
Western Canada’s first and only lantern and garden festival runs in September and October at the zoo and will help build excitement for the arrival of Giant Pandas in 2018.Read more
Get ready to brave the raging waters as IMAX® Niagara takes you on a heart-pounding ride over Niagara Falls. The iconic movie, Niagara: Miracles, Myths & Magic, uses the spectacular beauty and awesome power of the falls as a backdrop for this immersive movie experience. Learn the history and experience death-defying stunts performed by daredevils who challenged the fury of the Falls – you will be taken to the brink and beyond. View the subtleties and beauty of the Falls that may be hidden by the naked eye, but exposed using the power of IMAX technology. IMAX Niagara is also home to the world’s largest Niagara Daredevil exhibit. See and touch the actual barrels used by Niagara’s Daredevils! Feel their fear and relive the stories of the 16 Daredevils who have dared to take the plunge.Read more
Experience the thrill of riding through the great Canadian Rockies in a sidecar of a legendary Harley Davidson motorcycle driven by professional riders. Anyone, of any age, even with a disability, can experience the “Thrill of Riding” in the world’s most desired setting.
Carrying a maximum of two guests per motorcycle, your personal guide and driver will stop for photo opportunities, allowing for you to switch positions from the back of the bike to sidecar. Hotel or train station pick-up is available.Read more
Relax and enjoy an afternoon that you will talk about for the rest of your life. TripAdvisor ranks Jasper Raft Tours in the top three of 24 activities to do while in Jasper National Park. Experience an easy rafting/float trip down the Athabasca River, a designated Canadian Heritage River. Explore the major route of the Fur Trade used since the early 1800s. The specially designed, seven meter long, oar powered rafts, offer a safe and comfortable ride that any first time rafter will enjoy. Don’t worry the guides do all the rowing; you sit back and enjoy while exploring all the spectacular scenery. Several small, easy sets of rapids and calm stretches allow your National Park licensed guide to point out the natural and human history of Jasper. Truly a Canadian outdoor experience.Read more
If you’re eager to gain a new perspective of Jasper National Park, consider Jasper SkyTram – a MUST SEE! The longest and highest guided aerial tramway in Canada easily offers the best views of Canada’s largest Rocky Mountain national park and is located a convenient eight kilometres from the Jasper town site.
Start your adventure with a booked flight time; tramcars depart every nine minutes from the lower station. Once aboard, you’ll quickly gain over 1,000 metres in elevation and in just seven minutes, arrive at the upper station, which sits a spectacular 2,263 metres above sea level. Beyond the observation deck, be awe-inspired by the panoramic outlook. Enjoy views across six mountain ranges, glacial-fed turquoise lakes and opaque river waters which have carved their way through the Athabasca Valley over thousands of years. Take advantage of the one-kilometre trail to Whistlers Summit and be rewarded with an unobstructed 360-degree outlook across Jasper National Park from 2,470 metres above sea level. Have your camera on hand to capture the endless views and watch for wildlife existing in their natural habitat!
After a day of exploring, enjoy a unique alpine dining experience at the Summit Café. Featuring a 260-degree panoramic view, this casual, fully-licensed mountaintop restaurant is welcoming, relaxed and the perfect complement to your adventure atop the Jasper SkyTram.Read more
Join this small, personalized tour along the world-famous Icefields Parkway! Sightseeing stops include Athabasca Falls, the Weeping Wall, Bow Lake and the Crowfoot Glacier. Take part in the Snow Coach Tour onto the Athabasca Glacier, and/or explore the Glacier Skywalk overlooking the Sunwapta Valley. This tour is guaranteed to be the highlight of your Rockies Adventure!Read more
Step back in time and make a little history of your own! Nestled on the banks of the majestic St. John River, on a 300 acre village, King’s Landing has brought New Brunswick’s loyalist history to life for millions of guests. King’s Landing is host to over 100 unique costumed characters of New Brunswick’s past, sharing their stories and the stories of their surroundings with you.
Roll up your sleeves and get involved. You will have many unique opportunities to explore, experience, and discover rural New Brunswick’s culture and heritage. Get hands-on in the homes – try butter making, dipping candles and spinning wool. Visit the farm to see the horses, cows, pigs, sheep and chickens. Hop on a wagon to travel in time 19th century style. Your experience is limited only by your imagination!Read more
Transforming local ingredients into mouth-watering dishes at KITCHEN by Brad. Working with Brad Smoliak, you’ll lay out a five-course menu using the finest of local ingredients that he’ll bring to life in front of you, followed by tips and tricks for helping you master the craft in your own kitchen. You’ll also learn about the Edmonton food scene from one of the leaders.Read more
On this sightseeing tour you will visit the ‘Jewel of the Canadian Rockies’,Lake Louise,and the world renowned Moraine Lake. Take photos and explore the shorelines. Learn about mountaineering history and how a tragic accident at Lake Louise shaped Canadian mountain culture. Enjoy a short walk to the viewpoint in the Valley of Ten Peaks overlooking Moraine Lake.Read more
Follow the path through Destination Africa, beyond the majestic lions, braying zebras and stately ostriches, and you will reach Calgary Zoo’s newest exhibit: Land of Lemurs! (Opening 2017).
In this immersive exhibit you can stroll amongst ringtail lemurs and black and white ruffed lemurs, one of the world’s most endangered primates, as they jump, call and chew their way through their daily routine. Being very vocal animals, the lemurs will add a new dimension to the sound of the entire zoo experience. In the guided adventure loop, visit with interpreters who will answer your questions and demystify these fascinating creatures, creating an unforgettable experience.
Don’t forget to refuel while at the Calgary Zoo. Head over to Kitamba Café or one of the many food kiosks throughout the park. Feeling like a sit-down meal? Visit the seasonal restaurant, Grazers!
In the fall, join the Calgary Zoo for Western Canada’s only Chinese lantern and garden festival, ILLUMINASIA. In September and October the Calgary Zoo goes from beauty by day to magic by night as the grounds are illuminated with hundreds of artisan-crafted Chinese lanterns. Also enjoy pan-Asian programs and entertainment geared to families and adults!
A portion of your admission goes towards conservation efforts at the zoo and around the world.Read more
At Little Big Bear Safari, you will experience a unique way of viewing the black bear of America in its natural habitat in the deep forest of New Brunswick. You will learn from Richard, ‘the Bear Man’, about the life of this magnificent creature, the way they communicate, what they eat, and more. Birds, squirrels and sometimes ducks will be entertaining you as well. The scenery and the sound of water on rapids are breathtaking! Little Big Bear Safari is not a zoo. The bears are free to come and go as they please.
You will be transported with a mini bus to the foot of a secure and comfortable viewing tower, always accompanied by certified guides. Once in the tower, you will be asked to be very quiet (whisper instead of talking). For the next two hours, you are in the bear’s world. Enjoy the interaction between these magnificent creatures while they play, chase one another, and fight. The little ones often climb trees while Mama Bear ferociously chases away a big male intruder. On occasion, you will see Mama Bear nurse her cubs; something you will never see elsewhere. So be sure to bring your camera/videocamera to capture this rare opportunity.
Note: Due to the nature of this activity, the minimum age is five years old. If you have questions about the bears, Richard will do his best to answer you, all while whispering. This is an adventure you will never forget! The bears are waiting for you!Read more
Join Major Marine Tours for a spectacular half-day cruise through the calm, pristine waters of Resurrection Bay. Spend an afternoon on the water on the 5 Hour Kenai Fjords Wildlife Cruise or choose from one of three departure times on the 3.5 Hour Kenai Fjords Wildlife Cruise. Experience up-close encounters with wildlife as the ship is guided alongside seabird rookeries and Steller sea lion colonies. Watch for abundant wildlife such as humpback whales, orca whales, sea otters, harbour seals, Dall’s porpoises, and more. View alpine glaciers, piedmont glaciers, and the stunning scenery of the Chugach and Kenai Mountains.
A National Park Ranger will be onboard the 5 hour cruise to provide narration on the history, ecology, and geology of the area. Kids can work directly with the National Park Ranger in the fun and educational Junior Ranger Program. The 5 hour cruise also features an all-you-can-eat Alaska salmon and prime rib buffet, freshly prepared and served on board while you cruise. Enjoy the views from your reserved seat in the comfort of the heated cabins or from one of the outside viewing decks. Cruises depart from the scenic harbour town of Seward.</BodyCopy_English-Base>Read more
Explore the world of glaciers, wildlife, and stunning scenery in Kenai Fjords National Park on a full-day cruise with Major Marine Tours. Watch for abundant wildlife such as humpback whales, orca whales, Steller sea lions, sea otters, harbour seals, Dall’s porpoises, bald eagles, and puffins. Visit towering tidewater glaciers and witness calving, where giant chunks of glacial ice break off and crash into the water. Choose your Alaskan adventure from three cruise options ranging from 6 hours to 8.5 hours.
The 6 hour and 7.5 hour cruises explore Kenai Fjords National Park on large, stable catamarans and feature narration by an onboard National Park Ranger. Enjoy an all-you-can-eat Alaska salmon and prime rib buffet, freshly prepared and served on board while you cruise. The 6 hour cruise visits one active tidewater glacier and the 7.5 hour cruise visits two active tidewater glaciers. For the adventure-seeker, the 8.5 Hour Northwestern Fjord Cruise visits remote areas of Kenai Fjords National Park on a smaller vessel, giving you up-close views of the area’s spectacular islands, coves, tidewater glaciers, and wildlife.
Guests can enjoy the scenery and wildlife from the comfort of the heated cabins or from one of the outside viewing decks. Cruises depart from the scenic harbour town of Seward, Alaska.</BodyCopy_English-Base>Read more
Join Major Marine Tours for a spectacular half-day cruise through the calm, pristine waters of Resurrection Bay. Spend an afternoon on the water on the 5 Hour Kenai Fjords Wildlife Cruise or take advantage of Alaska’s abundance of summer sunlight on the 4 Hour Evening Cruise. Experience up-close encounters with wildlife as the ship is guided alongside seabird rookeries and Steller sea lion colonies. Watch for abundant wildlife such as humpback whales, orca whales, sea otters, harbor seals, Dall’s porpoises, and more. View alpine glaciers, piedmont glaciers, and the stunning scenery of the Chugach and Kenai Mountains.
A National Park Ranger will be onboard to provide narration on the history, ecology, and geology of the area. Kids can work directly with the National Park Ranger in the fun and educational Junior Ranger Program. Both cruises feature an all-you-can-eat Alaska salmon and prime rib buffet, freshly prepared and served onboard while you cruise. Enjoy the views from your reserved seat in the comfort of the heated cabins or from one of the outside viewing decks. Cruises depart from the scenic harbor town of Seward.Read more
Experience the serenity of cruising the calm waters of Prince William Sound while marvelling at the grandeur of its ever-changing glaciers. Major Marine Tours will be your guide as you cruise through the protected waters outside of Whittier, where seasickness is highly unlikely.
The 5.25 hour Surprise Glacier Cruise visits an actively calving tidewater glacier in spectacular Harriman Fjord. You will visit bird rookeries and Steller sea lion colonies as you watch for wildlife such as sea otters, Dall’s porpoises, bald eagles, and possibly whales. Travel through a narrow marine waterway surrounded by forested mountains and visit a working salmon hatchery. The 4.5 hour Blackstone Bay Glacier Cruise takes you to three actively calving glaciers in beautiful Blackstone Bay. View wildlife such as sea otters, harbour seals, and bald eagles. You will stop at each glacier and float among the icebergs as you wait for calving, where giant slabs of ancient glacial ice break off and crash into the water.
A Chugach National Forest Ranger will be on board to provide narration on the area’s history, ecology, and geology. Enjoy an Alaska salmon and prime rib buffet, freshly prepared and served on board while you cruise. Use your reserved seating in the heated cabins as your base camp as you move about the vessel to view the scenery and wildlife from the outside viewing decks.Read more
The Maligne Canyon Icewalk Tour is one of Jasper’s most popular and impressive winter adventures. Your SunDog tour guide will take you to the bottom of the Maligne Canyon – the deepest accessible canyon in Jasper National Park – where you will explore frozen waterfalls, ice caves, and incredible ice formations. Be sure to experience Jasper’s Coolest Adventure!Read more
A place of tradition and natural sweetness, our maple grove “””rabli��re Le Chemin du Roy”” welcomes you year-round to visit and learn about maple syrup. You can enjoy a typical Quebec sap house meal with live music, horse-buggy ride and maple toffee on snow. Breakfast and Pancake Package also available. A cultural experience not to be missed! 15 minutes from Quebec cityRead more
Marmot Basin is the only ski area in Jasper National Park; an 11,000 square kilometre wilderness which is part of the UNESCO Canadian Rockies World Heritage Site. With breathtaking mountain vistas, 86 runs and 3,000 vertical feet of varied terrain on 1,675 acres, Marmot Basin offers visitors a mountain of great memories. As the northernmost Rocky Mountain ski area with the highest base elevation in Canada, it enjoys abundant dry, natural snow from mid-November to early May.
Marmot Basin is one of the most diverse ski areas in North America for all abilities, from novice to expert, on four mountain faces. You will find everything from long, perfectly groomed trails to high alpine bowls and steep chutes filled with Rocky Mountain powder.
An area that fulfils every skier and snowboarder’s dreams!Read more
Le Massif de Charlevoix presents the highest vertical east of the Canadian Rockies (806 m), the sea at your ski tips, unparalleled St. Lawrence River views and annual snowfalls of 645 cm. The Mountain offers peak perfection and 52 trails for every calibre, a breathtaking off-trail sector and 55 km of meandering intermediate runs. Also enjoy cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and experience true excitement on a 7.5 km sled run that is unique in North America. Cap off your day in the great outdoors aboard the ski in|ski out scenic rail shuttle to Hôtel La Ferme, winner of the 2013 WAN Award for Interior Design. Here at the most urban of country hotels, unwind by the fireside over artisan beers, dine on field-to-fork cuisine, roast marshmallows by the rinkside firepit or relax at award-winning Spa du Verger.Read more
Travel in comfort and enjoy the scenery on this three hour train journey from downtown Montreal to Quebec City. Choose from an enhanced business class service,which includes lounge access,pre-boarding,a hot meal and wine with lunch or dinner,or a comfortable seat in the economy class service.Read more
The North Shore Capilano Suspension Bridge and Grouse Mountain Tour takes you to the amazing temperate rainforest of Vancouver’s North Shore. This is your best option for a light adventure, half-day excursion into the stunning nature that surrounds the city. Stops include Capilano Fish Hatchery, Capilano Suspension Bridge and Grouse Mountain. CLIFFWALK is the newest attraction at Vancouver’s Capilano Suspension Bridge. This heart-stopping cliff-side journey takes guests through rainforest vegetation on a series of unobtrusive cantilevered and suspended walkways jutting out from the granite cliff face above Capilano River to previously unexplored areas of the park. The guides are pleased to drop you at your hotel or anywhere in the Downtown or Richmond (airport) areas. Comfortable clothing and walking shoes are recommended.Read more
With no roof to restrict your view, a 300-kilometre bicycle tour from Jasper to Canmore becomes an adventure for the body, mind, and soul. Ride unhurried along spacious shoulders, enjoying the company of ancient trees and mighty, snowcapped peaks. The tour traverses two national parks via the spectacular Icefields Parkway between Jasper and Lake Louise, and the calm pace offers ample time to take in views of endless mountains, glaciers, lakes, waterfalls and wildlife.
Cycle the Bow Valley Parkway to Banff before setting off for the final destination, Canmore, on the Legacy Trail bike path. You’ll travel this impressive distance over four days to enjoy a great balance of riding, sightseeing, and relaxation. The support service provides transfers to Jasper for you and your bike (bike rentals available) from Western Canadian gateways such as Edmonton or Calgary. Your luggage is carried for you; all you need to do is ride.
Should you need anything – a hill reprieve, assistance with your bike or access to your belongings, the support van will always be just around the corner. Rest stops complete with food and beverages are set up along the way to keep you nourished and hydrated. Each day culminates at unique and beautiful accommodations. Enjoy dinner in the laid-back atmosphere of a rustic mountain setting as the day’s adventures are recounted amongst great company and new friends.Read more
Visit the most treasured spots in the Canadian Rockies on this five-hour round trip excursion through Banff and Yoho National Parks. Experience the evolution of the land and discover how it has shaped the appearance of natural wonders. In Banff National Park, you’ll see Johnston Canyon, Lake Louise, Moraine Lake and the Valley of Ten Peaks. In Yoho National Park, visit the Natural Bridge and Takakkaw Falls. Departing Lake Louise, this guided excursion explores the natural attractions of Yoho National Park. Cross the Great Divide to the Spiral Railway Tunnels, where three lines of railway are laid at different elevations to cross the Kicking Horse River on four bridges. Relax and wander around the trails at Takakkaw Falls, the second highest waterfall in Canada, before your return trip to Lake Louise.Read more
The Canadian Rockies is home to Banff National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage destination that delivers protected wilderness, wildlife, modern amenities and opportunities for adventure in the breathtaking town of Banff and unforgettable hamlet of Lake Louise. It’s rare to find ski resorts in the middle of real wilderness, but we have 3 of them here, offering over 8,000 acres of skiable terrain against a backdrop of some of the most spectacular scenery on the planet. All 3 resorts are accessed on one tri-area lift ticket, which includes free transportation between the hotels in Banff and Lake Louise and each of the resorts on a scheduled route. Mt. Norquay is famous for being the training ground of Olympic and World Cup athletes. With excellent beginner terrain, everyone will love this family-friendly resort. Sunshine Village Ski and Snowboard Resort ”’ Canada’s highest elevated resort, has great, guaranteed snow conditions from December to May, with an average annual snowfall of over 30 feet. The Lake Louise Ski Resort is spread across 4 mountain faces and is one of the largest resorts in North America. The layout allows families and groups to ski together with beginner, intermediate and expert runs from every chair. When you get here, the lack of lift lines mean your vacation is spent skiing, not waiting and with one of the longest ski seasons in North America, there’s plenty of time to enjoy the dry champagne powder snow that we’re famous for”’and plenty of it. Come see why a winter ski vacation here is an unforgettable experience.Read more
Experience the best visual art in the country at this top attraction in the heart of Canada’s capital. A magnet for visitors since its inception, the Gallery’s national collection features a full range of international masters and famous Canadians. In May 2017, the National Gallery of Canada will unveil its re-visioned Canadian galleries. Not since its construction in 1988 has the National Gallery seen such an extensive rethink of this 45,000-square-foot space. Inuit and Aboriginal art will be integrated in the chronological presentation, as well as contemporary works up to 2017. Special exhibitions include the Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts, Laurent Amiot and the summer’s Canadian Biennial, highlighting recent acquisitions of Canadian art.Read more
Located at Niagara District Airport,just minutes from the historic town of Niagara-on-the-Lake,your flight with National Helicopters Niagara Falls Heli Tours will begin with spectacular views of Niagara’s world-renowned wine producing region. Once over the Niagara River,you will soar over the immense power generation stations and water reservoirs,the Great Gorge Rapids,the Niagara Whirlpool and the ferocious Whirlpool Rapids. Finally,a turn over the Rainbow Bridge reveals an unforgettable view of Niagara Falls – surely something you will not soon forget! This leading Niagara attraction is not to be missed!Read more
Start your three day/two night adventure from Toronto with Gray Line travelling on a first-class, bathroom-equipped motor coach for a breathtaking tour through the orchard-laden Niagara Peninsula to Niagara Falls. You will enjoy a panoramic view of the Falls during your sumptuous buffet lunch at the Fallsview Dining Room. After your lunch, check into Sheraton on The Falls Hotel for your two night stay.
At the beginning of day two, it is recommended that you activate your Niagara Attraction Pass and start exploring the selected attractions offered under this program. The Niagara Attraction Pass is available from May to mid October. With so much to see and do, you will surely need the entire day.
On your final day in Niagara Falls, enjoy the morning at your leisure before being picked up for an exhilarating boat ride aboard the Niagara Hornblower Cruise to the base of the majestic Horseshoe Falls. Journey Behind the Falls will be substituted when the Niagara Hornblower Cruise is not operating. On your return journey you will visit the observation deck of the mighty Whirlpool and Rapids. Finish your tour experience with a winery stop.
This tour operates daily with complimentary pick-up available at major hotels in the downtown areas.Read more
Experience the best of both worlds on the Niagara Falls Evening Light Tour. Departing Toronto at 1pm, you will embark on a fully-narrated tour. Relax aboard the deluxe air-conditioned, washroom-equipped motor coach through the countryside of the Niagara Peninsula, where your first stop is at a local winery to sample some of Ontario’s finest wines. Upon arrival in Niagara Falls, the first stop is the Whirpool Rapids/Niagara Helicopter. The tour then continues to Table Rock Complex to get a close-up view of the Horseshoe Falls. After some free time you will go to Fallsview Restaurant, where you will indulge in a buffet dinner while taking in the panoramic views of Niagara. Your guide will then escort you for an exhilarating boat ride to the base of the majestic Horseshoe Falls aboard the Hornblower Cruise.Read more
“Venture into the idyllic countryside of Niagara-on-the-Lake, the cornerstone of Canada’s award-winning wine industry. Both wine novices and experts will enjoy our unique and educational experience into the rural vineyards of the Niagara escarpment. Professional guides will lead you on a tour of the senses with sights, scents and tastes to excite and delight. Upon arrival in Niagara-on-the-Lake, you will be escorted by an Industry Professional or Sommelier on a comprehensive tour of three world-renowned wineries to sample selections of some of Ontario’s finest wines and a complimentary cheese and charcuterie pairing at one of the winery destinations. Learn about the intricacies of wine cultivation, terrain, climate and varietal array of the region and taste the subtle nuances that make each winery elite.”Read more
Explore the amazing temperate rainforest on Vancouver’s North Shore with this half-day light adventure into the stunning nature that surrounds the city. Take the heart-pounding 450 foot walk across the Capilano Suspension Bridge, ride a gondola on Grouse Mountain to the vast mountain playground at 4100 feet, and learn about spawning salmon at Capilano Fish Hatchery.Read more
Over 150 years ago, an expedition led by Sir John Franklin set out to find the “Northwest Passage”, a route connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans through the Arctic Ocean. The expedition’s two vessels and all its men disappeared, sparking an enduring mystery that has intrigued and gripped the imagination of Canadians ever since. A new chapter in this tale was written in September 2014, when a joint government / private expedition located the final resting place of the HMS Erebus (one of Franklin’s lost ships), in the frigid waters of the Victoria Strait. In this Arctic voyage, you will join One Ocean Expeditions as they navigate their modern expedition vessel through the very same waters and wonder about the fate of these early Arctic explorers.Read more
Come explore the beautiful terrain of Sun Peaks Alpine Village with Alpine Explorers! We will guide you around the trails and vistas on our eco-friendly cross country Segways. Tours to suit all experience levels. Schedule: 9am,11am,2pm,4pm & 6pm daily Riders must be aged 14 and over (minors must be accompanied) and weigh 100-260lbs. Closed toe footwear required.Read more
In the fascinating ambience of Old Montréal, get ready for a unique experience with your family, friends or colleagues! Explore Old Montréal in a truly different way and meet the spirits and ghosts that haunt its streets! With the Traditional Ghost Walk, you will be equally astonished and captivated. The ghosts await you in the dark corners of Old Montréal…Read more
With a professional guide, explore the birthplace of Montreal on a walking tour filled with history and anecdotes. East and West side visits are offered. The tours depart at 11am and 1:30pm on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from mid May to mid June and late October to late November. Daily tours from late June to mid October. Admission to Notre-Dame Basilica included.Read more
The Ontario Science Centre, one of Canada’s most famous cultural attractions, has been creating engaging and thought-provoking experiences in science and technology for over 45 years. Visitors of all ages can explore more than 500 interactive experiences in the eight exhibit halls, take in live daily demonstrations, and view films under Ontario’s only IMAX® Dome theatre. Discover the wonders of the galaxy in the Space Hall, home to a state-of-the-art planetarium. Visit the AstraZeneca Human Edge exhibit hall to learn about the boundaries and thresholds of the human body. Find out what lives in the backyard at the new Cohon Family Nature Escape. The Ontario Science Centre also features a real-life rainforest and a Science Arcade, and offers exciting visiting exhibitions in addition to permanent exhibit halls.Read more
Canada’s only outdoor summer opera festival. Join in for performances of great opera in the 900-seat-open-air-tent. The 10 day festival also includes free activities such as movie nights, roving performers and more.
Opera in the Village is more than just a “show”, it’s an experience; providing a great introduction to the opera experience for everyone.Read more
The Osoyoos/Oliver Wine & Dine Tour is the perfect blend with tastings at six of the South Okanagan’s best wineries plus a culinary experience you wont forget! Start your morning with the Golden Mile Tour, leading to a relaxing lunch at the Tuscan-influenced Terrafina Restaurant at Hester Creek Winery. All dishes are made with local ingredients, special requests are always accommodated and we are sure your expectations will be exceeded. Continue your day of bliss with the afternoon Black Sage Tour. This experience will truly engage all your senses.Read more
Choose the relaxing ambience and attentive service of budget travel in Economy class,or for the added convenience of priority boarding,a delicious meal and beverages included in the price of your Business class ticket. Two daily direct trains connect Ottawa and Quebec City with a quick stop over in Montreal allowing passengers to stay on one train the entire trip.
Relax and enjoy time with friends and family and let VIA Rail safely take you from Canada’s capital city to its largest metropolis. Take advantage of frequent and convenient service in economy and business class offering complimentary Wi-Fi and complete comfort during this four hour trip.Read more
The world record-breaking PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola solidifies Whistler Blackcomb’s reputation for thinking big. Spanning the distance between Whistler and Blackcomb mountains, the PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola is a breathtaking 11-minute, 4+ kilometre journey to infinite possibilities. While connecting the incredible high alpine terrain of both mountains, this engineering marvel breaks three world records, including the ‘Longest unsupported span of over three kilometres’, ‘Highest lift of its kind at 436 metres above the valley floor’ and the ‘Longest continuous lift system in the world’. In winter, PEAK 2 PEAK helps skiers and riders make the most of their day, and in summer, it introduces guests to unprecedented access to Whistler Blackcomb’s high alpine sightseeing, hiking and mountain-top dining.Read more
A great way to get a light adventure before your cruise. This half-day, pre-cruise excursion will take you into the stunning nature that surrounds the city. Drive over the iconic Lion’s Gate Bridge, walk across the Capilano Suspension Bridge and explore the mountain playground situated atop Grouse Mountain, all while your cruise luggage is delivered to your stateroom.Read more
Québecers have a culture that’s unique in North America. Deeply rooted in North America and yet fiercely proud of its French heritage, Québec is a blend of the Old and New Worlds, famous for its unique lifestyle and joie de vivre! The vast majority of Québec’s approximately eight million people live close to the St. Lawrence River. Historic buildings, lighthouses, characterful inns and quaint towns throughout the famed Charlevoix and Gaspé regions of Québec provide the building blocks of this cultural tour.
This tour will experience lively, cosmopolitan Montréal, historic Québec City, take in a train ride exploring the coastal villages along the St. Lawrence River and then take one of North America’s most beautiful, yet little known panoramic roads for the Gaspésie Tour, a legendary scenic drive that loops around the Gaspé Peninsula, given a 3-star (top most) rating in the Michelin Green Guide.Read more
Discover Quebec city from an open-top double-decker bus. This tour will allow you to discover many of Quebec’s tourist attractions, some of which are difficult to access, such as the Quebec Aquarium. You will also visit interest points such as Place d’Armes, Quartier Nouvo St-Roch, Museum of Civilisation, Place Royale, Marche du Vieux-Port and the Capital Observatory.Read more
Experience first-hand one of Canada’s most loved and recognized icons, the Mountie. The RCMP Heritage Centre is appropriately located on the front doorstep of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Academy “Depot” Division in Regina, where cadets have been trained since 1885. The Centre offers visitors a chance to experience the RCMP of the past and present through state-of-the-art exhibits, multimedia presentations, travelling feature exhibits, and self-guided audio tours. In the summer, visitors can take driving tours of “Depot” and view live events on the RCMP Parade Square. The RCMP Historical Collections Unit cares for an extensive collection of artefacts, art, archival material and library resources dating back to the formation of the North West Mounted Police. The tradition lives here.Read more
Visit one of the world’s finest museums of horse-drawn transportation! The Remington Carriage Museum is located in Cardston, just 30 minutes east of Waterton Lakes National Park. The museum’s collection ranges from carriages and buggies to wagons and sleighs and all are beautifully displayed to tell the story of this bygone era. Guided tours and interactive displays make the stories come alive to create a great visitor experience. The Remington Carriage Museum also boasts a working stable, carriage rides in the summer, theatre, carriage restoration shop, cafeteria and a gift shop. The museum offers a look back in time that is enjoyed by all ages and is open daily year round with the exception of Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Years Day and Easter Sunday.Read more
Restaurant du Vieux Port welcomes you in a historic old Montreal building dating back to 1880 – originally an inn for the sailors who visited this important commercial harbour. Their specialties are steak, seafood, fresh fish and live lobster. They feature an extraordinary wine list, Sunday brunch, children’s menu and exterior terrace garden.Read more
Enjoy amazing glaciers and breathtaking scenery; and view whales,puffins,seals,otters,sea lions,cormorants and kittiwakes. This is a must for anyone interested in Alaska glacier cruises,whale watching,Alaska bird watching and wildlife viewing. Experience the sights and sounds of tidewater glaciers,whales,sea lions,otters,puffins and more. Boats are designed with your comfort in mind to view spectacular scenery through large picture windows in a heated cabin or get up close with walk-around outdoor decks. Some tours include a delicious wild Alaska salmon and prime rib meal at the exclusive Fox Island Day Lodge. Cruises can be combined with kayaking tours and Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge overnight stays on Fox Island. A variety of daily tours offer something for everyone.Read more
Step into another world! Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada is an interactive attraction that immerses guests in a thrilling underwater adventure and showcases more than 16,000 marine animals. Open 365 days a year, Canada’s largest indoor aquarium features touch pools and daily live dive shows. Experience the heart-pounding Dangerous Lagoon, a football field-length acrylic viewing tunnel with a moving glide-path sidewalk through sharks, green sea turtles and sawfish. Enjoy the hypnotic dance of Pacific sea nettle jelly fish, which are illuminated in an array of breathtaking colours from within the kreisel tank at Planet Jellies. Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada is sure to captivate guests from around the world!
*NEW Exhibit – SWARM: Nature by Numbers!Read more
Voted Whistler’s summer must-do by visitors and locals! An enchanting journey from lake to lake, the River of Golden Dreams is a summertime classic. Learn strokes and paddling skills as you cross the historic Alta Lake before navigating the bends and narrow passages of the river. As the river opens up again, you are picked up on the shore of Green Lake.Read more
In the heart of the planet’s only inland temperate rainforest, board one of the specially-designed boats for this smooth but exciting one-hour River Safari. Explore up to 12 kilometres of the spectacular Grizzly Bear Valley – where the bears decide when and for how long you stop along the way.
As you are travelling up small rivers, gliding over water only inches deep and going where it seems no boat has gone before, you are sure to fall witness to a variety of active wildlife always seen on these riverbanks. In addition to an informationpacked narrative, guides will point out the bears, glaciers and many waterfalls toppling from the surrounding snow-capped mountains.
To complete your perfect Canadian wilderness experience, enjoy a meal in the unique floating restaurant where the special menu focuses around wild salmon, game, berries and greens, the favourites from a bear’s diet. With a boat departing every 30-60 minutes, no reservation is required, making the River Safari an absolute ‘must-do’ activity. Your point of departure is conveniently located just north of Blue River on Yellow Head Highway Five just halfway between Jasper and Kamloops, as well as halfway between Mount Robson and Wells Grey Park.Read more
More than just a boat ride. Board the Sternwheeler Riverboat Discovery for one of the most unique Alaskan experiences available. This three hour tour will take you into the heart of Alaska and a family who has made the rivers of Alaska their way of life for five generations. Highlights of this tour include the Chena Indian Village Walking Tour,be immersed in frontier living first hand with a guided walking tour of an Athabascan Indian village. At the end of your guided tour,you will have time to explore the village on your own,interact with the guides and visit dogs from Susan Butcher’s kennels. You will get to see an Alaskan bush pilot take off and land right next to the boat and enjoy the ‘Alaska at 40 Below Experience’ where you will step into a specially designed subzero chamber.Read more
The Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology celebrates the spectacular diversity of life on Earth, from the tiniest grain of pollen to the mightiest dinosaur. The world-renowned museum and research facility is situated in the rugged Canadian Badlands in Midland Provincial Park, six kilometres northwest of Drumheller, Alberta. The Badlands not only offer a spectacular view, they also hold one of the richest deposits of dinosaur fossils in the world.
As Canada’s only museum devoted exclusively to the science of palaeontology (the study of plant and animal life based on the fossil record), the Royal Tyrrell Museum has gained an international reputation for the quality of its gallery experiences. Crucial to the museum’s success is the insatiable curiosity of its scientists. Their knowledge, expertise, and discoveries provide the basis for the museum experience, from educational programming to exhibit development.
In 2016, the museum unveiled its first major new exhibit in several years. “Foundations” opened May 2016 introduces visitors to the field of palaeontology and
explains Alberta’s critical role in the preservation and scientific study of fossils
globally. The exhibit provides the basis for understanding the 3.9-billion-year-
history of life on Earth as visitors experience an unparalleled journey through time.Read more
Travel by sea from New Bonaventure to the enchanting and long-abandoned communities of Kerley’s Harbour and Ireland’s Eye. Back in the boat, travel across the sound and through the fjord entrance to the deserted community of British Harbour, first settled in the 1800s. Choose to return by boat or hike over highlands and alongside tumbling streams back to New Bonaventure. Bruce Miller is your guide and skipper – a fisherman born in Kerley’s Harbour with tales of the life of these communities. This tour is a journey through time.
Daily tour times are 10am and 2pm. Tours run approximately three hours. Rugged Beauty Boat Tours not only operates scheduled daily tours, but can also arrange specialty tours to fit your needs.Read more
“Arrive at Boundary Ranch mid-morning to take advantage of our unique ”’Surf and Saddle’� program. A two-hour guided trail ride on the scenic backcountry trails, followed by a delicious Barbecue Steak, Baked Potato, Hearty Homemade Baked Beans, Caesar Salad, and Home-baked Pie with Ice Cream, on your return. Lunch is served outside on the patio. Once your lunch is over, you will head to Inside Out Experience for an exciting afternoon of rafting. Cool down with us on a 2 hour river tour, surfing, splashing, playing games and paddling through the rapids on professionally guided rafts. Learn about the history and culture of the area while keeping a sharp eye out for the resident wildlife. This majestic and awe-inspiring trip is sure to please the whole family, so make this summer count and book your tour today.”Read more
As Northern BC’s largest city, Prince George is a bourgeoning hub that attracts visitors from all around the province. Surrounded by spectacular scenery, the area boasts an endless array of outdoor pursuits in addition to a lively city scene. With easy access to Highway 97, business and shopping districts, this hotel is conveniently located and features relaxing amenities like an indoor pool, steam room, and on-site dining. Also providing an extensive range of essentials for business travellers, guest can take advantage of complimentary high-speed Internet access, executive suites and kitchenettes. A perfect blend of comfort, quality and service, Sandman Hotel & Suites Prince George has everything to make your stay absolutely ideal.
Your adventure starts with a ten-minute gondola ride to 885 metres above sea level. The ride up to the summit provides sweeping views of Howe Sound, the majestic coastal forest and surrounding mountains. Every gondola cabin has an eight passenger capacity, comfortable padded seats and floor-to-ceiling glass windows for maximum views. The ride up and down is a thrilling adventure for all ages and provides views of Shannon Falls and the Squamish Chief.
Once at the top, many other adventures await. You will have access to a wide array of outdoor experiences including interpretive walking trails, cantilevered viewing platforms, the spectacular Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge, a Via Ferrata course, rock climbing, access trails to backcountry routes and much more.Read more
Journey down the Saint John River in a 13 seat voyager canoe. Your adventure starts at the Hartt Island Resort and ends and the Small Craft Aquatic Centre in downtown Fredericton. Led by one of the qualified guides, the two to three hour tour meanders through the islands of the Saint John River. Includes shuttle and non alcoholic beverages. Group rates available.Read more
River Valley Adventure Segway tours showcase the beautiful Edmonton River Valley and skyline as guests glide through the park. Tours run year round, giving participants the ability to enjoy the blooming spring buds, lush summer greenery, colourful fall foliage or the sparkling winter wonderland.
You will receive in-depth training from one of the certified Segway trainers. They will go over the skill and drills for everything you will need to know before heading out on your adventure. Participants can embark on a 30, 60 or 90 minute adventure. Whether you are looking for something to do with the entire family or a fun date idea, don’t miss out on a Segway Adventure Tours from River Valley Adventure Co.Read more
Start off with training on how to operate the Segway PT – two-wheeled, self-balancing, stand-up transport – followed by a guided tour of the Distillery District with a Segway of Ontario tour guide. The Distillery District is a national historic site and represents the largest collection of Victorian industrial architecture in North America.Read more
There are a number of ways to get around Newfoundland and Labrador that promise scenic views and a new adventure around every corner. One of the best ways is to self drive. Newfoundland and Labrador is a vast place with lots of open country, so if you want to travel at your own pace a self drive vacation is perfect for you. The scenic driving routes will take you to historic sites, lighthouses, parks, trails, outdoor activities, museums and natural wonders. Stop at a lighthouse for lunch and hike on a rocky shore in the afternoon. Trace your hands over ancient rock formations and fossils and then relax at a local pub after you’re done. Make your own discoveries at every turn of the road. An Anderson Vacations consultant would be pleased to provide a customised quotation for a self drive in Newfoundland.Read more
Step aboard the Sea Safari for a two hour tour of Howe Sound, where you will find yourself racing along steep cliffs, observing seals at play, exploring sea caves, watching the majestic bald eagles and taking in the sights of the Vancouver skyline. Each safari boat accommodates up to a maximum of 12 guests, which provides a very authentic and enriching experience in the marine environment of Howe Sound. Sewell’s Marina is a family business in their 85th year with amazing experience and guides to make sure you won’t miss a thing. Join this Canadian Signature experience with daily tours departing at 11am, 1.30pm and 4pm from April to October. Shuttles available from any downtown Vancouver or North Shore hotel, reservations required.Read more
Looking for a Calgary attraction with a unique twist? Invented in New Zealand in 1985, Luge is a unique wheeled gravity ride that provides the rider full control over their descent on a purpose built track. More than 50 twists and turns. Over 1800 metres long. Located at WinSport-Canada Olympic Park the Calgary Luge is the world’s longest Luge track, so you cannot miss this.Read more
Available in both Banff and Lake Louise,Sleigh Rides are a great way to slow down and enjoy the outdoors with friends and family. Enjoy the scenic meadows in Banff or take in the breathtaking views along the shoreline at Lake Louise,complete with an authentic buffalo robe for extra warmth. Sleigh Rides are a must-do winter experience in Banff National Park.Read more
Enjoy the thrill of a snowmobile ride through the pristine backcountry. Whistler’s diverse terrain allows The Adventure Group to boast a reputation of having some of the most incredible snowmobile tours in the world. The Snowmobile adventures range from gentle family cruising to advanced backcountry powder riding.Read more
Whistler snowshoeing tours range from serene walks through old growth forests on Whistler Mountain,to vigorous treks on our backcountry trails. Why not pair your snowshoe experience with the incredible Whistler Blackcomb Peak 2 Peak Gondola for the ultimate mountain experience? You don’t need to be a skier to enjoy all the mountains have to offer!Read more
Snowshoeing is one of the best ways to enjoy the tranquility of the Yukon wilderness and to photograph the stunning Yukon landscape. On this half day snowshoeing tour, you’ll get to strap on snowshoes and experience the rugged backcountry just like the gold miners, trappers and fur traders of days gone by. Guided tour includes transfers, snowshoes, warm beverage and a snack.Read more
The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre in Whistler showcases the art and heritage of the Squamish and Lil’wat Aboriginal people. The spectacular facility features traditional drumming performances, hourly guided tours through the museum and galleries, a captivating short film and a cedar bracelet craft activity. Each Ambassador has a unique story to tell and you will learn the meaning behind traditional regalia, legends, carvings, songs and ceremonies. The Cultural Centre offers its exhibit map in eight languages and English self-guided audio tours are also available. Make sure to leave time for lunch in the Thunderbird Café or shopping in the authentic gallery and gift shop.
Open daily 9.30am – 5pm.Read more
An Alaskan destination and lifestyle. Guests say the Summer Iditarod Program is the top rated ‘single best day’ of their Alaska visit. Dream a Dream Dog Farm captures the heritage and culture of the Alaskan Husky. The two hour program includes an Iditarod and sled dog presentation featuring Vern Halter; sled dog rides with 14 to 16 dog teams on wilderness trails; hiking and playing with the new summer pups; and a homestead tour of the gardens,greenhouse and log home. Operating from mid May through to late October with daily 9.30am or 1.30pm tours. If you want to stay overnight you can with the Bed and Breakfast option. Transportation and lunch is also available upon request with pick-up/drop-off to many Anchorage motels or Bed and Breakfast locations.
Miles above the meeting place of the North and South Thompson rivers lays the easily accessible mountain community of Sun Peaks. The journey from the valley floor travels from the desert sage of Kamloops, up past lakes and ranches, through lush forest to Canada’s Alpine Village. The air is comfortably cooler and carries a note of adventure. Local vendors’ wares bask in the sunshine in the outdoor farmers’ market, glasses clink filled with chilled white wine and opportunities for new outdoor experiences are around every bend. Whisk up the Sunburst Chairlift and discover Canada’s most stunning and easily accessible display of alpine wildflowers, sweeping views of the rugged Thompson Okanagan and wildlife in its natural habitat. Explore kilometers of downhill biking and hiking trails or simply ride the chairlift back to the village. People gather here to experience festivals, musical performances and sporting events hosted in an unforgettable mountain setting paired with B.C.’s highest elevation 18 hole golf course, lift-accessed hiking and mountain biking, fishing, canoeing or kayaking on area lakes, shopping and spa services. Just northeast of Kamloops in B.C.’s sunny interior, Sun Peaks is situated at the intersection of the province’s two primary highways (#1 and #5),making it the perfect 1-3 day stop between the Coast and the Rockies.Read more
Don a harness and play like a kid again on this incredibly unique aerial tree course. With over 70 elements ranging from mild to wild,this is sure to be an experience you won’t soon forget! Superfly Treetop Adventure Course is a natural team building activity and the perfect adventure to share with family,friends and strangers alike.Read more
Ziplining combines the exhilarating feeling of soaring through the air with the breathtaking beauty of Cougar Mountain. The unique system allows two guests to ride side-by-side,each on their own cable during this incredibly scenic experience. The excursion includes multiple dual ziplines connected to each other by a network of trails and boardwalks. A must-do in Whistler!
The Badali Bar and Cucina is a family owned and operated Italian restaurant serving fresh, seasonal and sustainable Italian fare in the heart of downtown Toronto. With an extensive Italy-focused wine list, an innovative cocktail program and a much-acclaimed customer-focused team of professionals, the Badali Bar and Cucina is guaranteed to please anyone looking for delicious Italian at great prices. The Badali is located in a restored turn-of-the-century building in the heart of Toronto’s downtown core. The restaurant is within walking distance of many downtown hotels, steps away from the theatre district, Ripley’s Aquarium, CN Tower, Hockey Hall of Fame and the Rogers and Air Canada Centres. The Badali Bar and Cucina is open daily until late.Read more
An interpretive sightseeing tour experience on one of two 43-passenger Lake Cruisers or the 65-passenger Alberta Explorer. The experienced crew will guide you through this rugged paradise richly steeped in history, native folklore and geology. The narration is intriguing, entertaining and informative.
A taste of Nunavut with the adventure of setting foot on the Arctic Circle with the experience of Churchill’s famous summer colours and Beluga Whales! Why Repulse Bay? You can literally walk on history as you explore this traditional Inuit community that still thrives on its hunting/fishing lifestyle. You can breathe the freshest air in the world and watch the crystal waters sparkle. After exploring Nunavut, you will travel south to Churchill where you will enjoy a few days in the Polar Bear & Beluga Whale Capital of the World! Listen to the legendary ”’Canaries of the Sea’� as we mingle with the beluga whales in Churchill. Enjoy the stunning summer colours of the tundra and fall in love with the north as you explore this unspoiled habitat.Read more
When Robert and Jennie Butchart came to live at Tod Inlet on Vancouver Island, they named their home ‘Benvenuto’— Italian for ‘Welcome’. Jennie began a lifelong project to create a garden. With great vision, she transformed the barren limestone quarry into what is now 22 hectares (55 acres) of breathtaking gardens. Discover the gardens on a self-guided daytime walk and enjoy afternoon tea. Come a little later to enjoy fine dining and local wines in the Dining Room Restaurant, or relax in the conservatory atmosphere of the Blue Poppy Restaurant featuring seasonal menus. Enjoy flowers, fountains and landscape in a different light with Night Illuminations from June to September. Butchart Gardens opens daily at 9am, except Christmas Day, when it opens at 1pm. Closing times change seasonally.Read more
This classic canoe trip down the Yukon from Whitehorse to Dawson City is specially tailored for visitors who like to travel far away from tourist routes, following the trail of the old history. Special canoeing skills are not required. The tour starts in Whitehorse on the Yukon River with the compass needle set north, pass many relics of the historic gold rush of 1898. The expedition travels over 700 kilometres on this mighty river, exploring several abandoned settlements such as Fort Selkirk, Hootalinqua and Big Salmon Village. Camps are set up on the gravel and sand banks of the mighty river where one can enjoy a refreshing bath in the Yukon. Black bears are quite common in the Yukon valley and are often seen by guests. Be sure to watch the ridges of the cliffs along the river to spot the busy mammal.
Meet the locals where they live. Sip wine. Follow the history through the food of the cultures that came through here,American,British and French among them. The Food Tour offers the opportunity to discover these different culinary and cultural traditions. You will taste local specialities from shops such as: bistros ,chocolate factory,microbrewery and restaurantsRead more
Set sail on a thrilling voyage of excitement and discovery at The Manitoba Museum. Only here can you travel through time to the roaring 20s, explore a 17th century ship, and view treasures from around the world. There is always something new to experience. An ever-changing variety of touring and specialty exhibits are a fantastic compliment to the nine permanent galleries. Watch a polar bear savour his kill under the Northern Lights in our Arctic/Sub-Arctic Gallery, or enjoy the beauty of a pristine Boreal Forest as it appeared hundreds of years ago. The Manitoba Museum was the first Planetarium in Canada to offer visitors the Digistar® Five All-Dome digital projection technology. Test the universal laws of science and explore the wonders of technology and illusion in The Manitoba Museum’s Science Gallery.
Travelling between river and mountains across 140 kilometers of breathtaking scenery, the Train of Le Massif de Charlevoix whisks passengers away on a singular rail excursion between Quebec City, Baie-Saint-Paul and La Malbaie. This unique rail cruise offers an on-board cultural, historical and sensory adventure enhanced with celebrated Charlevoix gastronomy. As the journey and nature unfurl, by turns the outdoor elements quietly meld into the on-board multimedia experience, as passengers slip into synergy with the moving landscape. Our mood designers have integrated informational content transmitted via state of the art technology. The result is an atmosphere that’s both playful yet evocative, that invites passengers to explore the Charlevoix in a fresh new way.
Relax… enjoy the journey with Pacific Coach Lines from downtown Vancouver or YVR Airport to Whistler Resort featuring frequent daily departures year-round with Wi-Fi available on board. Visit Whistler Village with breathtaking scenery en route to the mountains. Check-in counter at Vancouver International Airport: the only bus transportation company with a ticket counter.
From the european style pedestrian village at the base of the mountain to the summit’s incredible views,a world of activities awaits you. Tremblant the crown jewel of the Laurentians 90 minutes from Montreal is majestic. The amazing views of the lake and the surroundings will leave you speechless. Explore the summit let the summer breeze rejuvenate your mind and soul. A unique summer experience awaits you in Tremblant’s larger-than-life playground. Whether you’re on the mountain,by the shores of Lac Tremblant,or on the golf course,there is an activity for everyone to enjoy. Go ahead,climb,jump,swim,bike,play or enjoy a large variety of exciting events meant such as Ironman & Wanderlust to keep your heart pumping.
The Algonquin Indians named the imposing Mont Tremblant peak Manitonga Soutana,’the mountain of the spirits’. Word says any time someone bypassed the laws of nature or disturbed the tranquillity of the area,the spirits would make the mountain tremble. Discover Manitonga Soutana and get closer to the spirits. Covering more than 12 hectares,90minutes from Montreal Tremblant’s snow parks are rated as one of the best in North America by Ski Magazine. Of course,Tremblant is not just about the great ski slopes in winter.Activities such as dog sledding,ice climbing,cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Choose from these exhilarating activities and build a dream vacation. The resort pedestrian village provides a wide range of food establishments along with shopping for all tastes.
Ever flown down a snow-covered hill with the wind rushing through your hair and looked down to see an inflated tube? If not, you should try it. If you want to try something different, snow tubing is a great way down the hill ”’ located at Mt Norquay and Lake Louise Ski Resort this is a truly unique way to enjoy the slopes this winter.
The Ultimate Arctic Summer Adventure combines five days of unforgettable wildlife with the cozy comfort of the Lazy Bear Lodge.
With 60,000 beluga whales filling the Hudson Bay and polar bears leaving the pan ice, July and August is the perfect time to visit Churchill. You will go on a jet boat tour where you will see countless beluga whales and visit the Prince of Wales Fort. Your Hudson Bay Coastal Tour will focus on going out to view polar bears in their summer environment on the rocks and swimming in the water. You can add on additional tours to kayak and snorkel with the beautiful beluga whales. On land, you will go on a summer Arctic Crawler tundra tour as well as a town and area tour to see the historic sites of Churchill. After the adventure, you can then wind down in the serenity of the Lazy Bear Lodge.
Lazy Bear Expeditions offers the most unique summer arctic adventure to view both the friendly beluga whales and the mighty polar bears.Read more
Prepare to be wowed! With Lazy Bear Expeditions, you will spend two full days on the tundra tracking and observing the majestic polar bear
Explore the tundra in style. In 2011, Lazy Bear Expeditions introduced their new Tundra vehicles dubbed the “Arctic Crawlers”™. They are spacious, heated, have large windows, a flush toilet and large viewing deck. During your tundra tours, you will visit the Churchill Hudson Bay Coastline and Wildlife Management Area, where the polar bears hang out! Your experienced guide will take you to polar bear hot spots with stops along the way at wilderness areas known for Arctic fox, Arctic hare and snowy owls. Each night you will return to the Lazy Bear Lodge, where you can warm up by a fireplace, enjoy local cuisine and get a good night’s sleep.
Your adventure includes a dog mushing tour and a Cultural and Heritage tour that will take you to historic Cape Merry, the ‘Polar Bear Jail’ and several sites and short hikes along the coastline.Read more
Catch the Buzz! Situated a quick drive away from Edmonton’s downtown core, the Urban Farm is dedicated to producing local and sustainable food, while offering a unique opportunity for visitors to experience a commercial farm. The farm grows a variety of vegetable crops and houses its own apiary with urban beehives. The produce is then sold at several farmers’ markets, local restaurants and used in the Northlands kitchens.
Learning tours are conducted on the 31,200 square foot farm and include an opportunity to interact with the beekeeper and (weather depending) the bees. On the tour, visitors will also learn about the challenges facing the honey industry because of colony collapse disorder and the complexity of Urban Agriculture.Read more
V2V Vacations is a direct high-service ferry operating between two of Canada’s premium harbour cities – downtown Vancouver to downtown Victoria, British Columbia.
Created as an immersive, premium BC vacation experience, this passenger-only service will travel once a day between the two cities. Passengers will enjoy Wi-Fi access as well as an on-board menu featuring local food and beverages.
The service operates from the following iconic locations:
Vancouver – The Vancouver Harbour Flight Centre 1055 Canada Place, Vancouver
Victoria – The Steamship Terminal Building 470 Belleville Street, Victoria
This new service is scheduled to commence first sailings in spring 2017 with a daily morning departure from Vancouver and a corresponding return voyage from Victoria in the afternoon.Read more
The City Highlights Tour is the best way to see this West Coast gem. Explore Stanley Park’s 1000-acre playground providing superb photo opportunities. Enjoy a stop at the totem poles and get an iconic photo of the sails of Canada Place. Spend time browsing artisan workshops and get some great food with waterside views during your visit to Granville Island, a tiny peninsula within the city. Sure to be a highlight of your day is the 40-second glass elevator ride 553 feet skyward to a panoramic observation deck featuring a 360-degree view high above Vancouver. Also tour through Gastown, Chinatown, Robson Street, English Bay, Vancouver Harbour and more. This is an ideal tour for pre- and post-cruise passengers with pick-up and drop-off at the cruise terminal and luggage handling included.Read more
The two hour World’s Best Food Truck Tour is a tantalising experience celebrating the city’s ever-growing food truck landscape by taking foodies on an adventure to the hottest curb-side kitchens. Taste signature dishes ”’ from decadent delights to healthy options to globally-inspired fare ”’ meet talented ‘cartrepreneurs’, and watch dishes being prepared before your eyes.
This top rated activity combines a walking city tour with a photography class. Friendly experts teach clients how to best use their cameras, all while experiencing scenic Vancouver. Tours run in hot spots of the city, guests can sign up for day, night or iphone classes. Gallery of images online, small class sizes, personalized instruction and an info sheet to take home.
A region rich in First Nations culture, history and stunning views! Passengers on this two-day train journey will be treated to spectacular views of Jasper National Park, the rugged Canadian Rockies and the hauntingly beautiful Pacific Coast.
The train stops overnight in Prince George, BC and then winds through the Yellowhead Pass, across British Columbia’s interior plateau and along the mighty Skeena River. In Economy class, passengers enjoy spacious seating and spectacular views through large picture windows. From early June to mid-September, passengers can upgrade to Touring class for meal-inclusive service that offers a seat in the Panorama Dome car and access to the famous Park Car, including the dome viewing area.
Connecting Jasper National Park and the North Pacific coast, the Skeena provides some of the best wildlife viewing opportunities anywhere in Canada, including bears, moose, deer and mountain sheep. From Prince Rupert, visitors are afforded the great prospect of grizzly bear and whale watching.Read more
Enjoy a full-day excursion from Vancouver to Victoria including a cruise onboard BC Ferries through the Gulf Islands, Butchart Gardens and a Victoria orientation tour with time to explore the Inner Harbour. Tours depart 9.30am daily from May to September and include hotel pick-up and drop-off at select hotels, BC Ferry fares and Butchart Gardens.Read more
This tour focuses on the history of the Distillery District from its foundation in 1832 to present day. Topics include prohibition, working conditions, building uses, alcohol production, success and failures, the area’s gentrification and more. Along the way, stop into Mill Street Brewery and Soma Chocolate for a sample. This one-hour tour departs daily (except Mondays).Read more
Be amazed by the beauty of this rugged coast with this three and a half hour whale watching cruise. Starting off at a unique departure point on the south shore of the St.Lawrence River; discover the history of this region,the islands and traditional lighthouses. Encounter whales,seals and belugas. Cruises depart June to September from Marina of Rivi”_re-du-Loup.Read more
Whirlpool Jet Boat Tours has been Niagara’s number one adventure tour on the Niagara River for over 24 years! Guests will experience awe-inspiring scenery, learn the history of the Niagara Gorge, Niagara Falls and the War of 1812, and feel the rush of the class-five white water rapids. Highly trained staff operate boats with triple turbo diesel water jet systems, an incredibly reliable and safe design. The tour starts on the lower Niagara River into the 11-kilometre Niagara Gorge in a Wet Jet or Jet Dome (dry trip) at 55 miles per hour. Guides will share the rich history and local folklore, then take you into the famous Niagara Whirlpool and through the ‘Devil’s Hole’ rapids. Great for all ages (minimum height 40 inches). Three great locations: Niagara on the Lake, ON; Niagara Falls, ON and Lewiston, NY.Read more
Experience a spectacular three hour train ride through some of the world’s most rugged coast lines and mountains from the glacial fjord of Howe Sound to the world famous Whistler Village at 675 metres above sea level. Enjoy free time to explore Whistler,then join your tour guide for the return to Vancouver by bus via the Sea-to-Sky Highway.Read more
In winter, Banff and Lake Louise, located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Banff National Park, become a giant playground with a backyard full of fresh snow and impressive peaks. While 3 ski resorts satisfy the most timid to the most adventurous skier with beautifully groomed runs and fresh champagne powder, there are also endless amounts of other activities to enjoy during the magical winter months. The snow capped peaks and fresh, crisp, mountain air have a rejuvenating effect on the body and soul. Combine that with a roaring fire, natural mineral hot springs and some of the most stunning scenery on the planet and you’ll wonder why it’s taken you so long to visit. Outdoor activities range from guided walks to dog sledding, snowshoeing, sleigh rides and cross-country skiing. If a slower pace is more your style, then meandering down the main street of the authentic mountain town of Banff will instantly make you feel like a local. Come and fall in love with winter this year in Canada’s Rocky Mountain Playground!
Everyone is a guest with Ambassador Limousine and Shuttle Service. They can arrange whatever your heart desires when it comes to transportation, ranging from one vehicle to anything you imagine. Every vehicle is at showroom quality because of the dedicated detailing team, mechanic shop, and body shop. Guest safety, security, and comfort are always a priority.Read more
Calgary Brewery Tours is all about spirited craftsmanship, but more importantly, it’s about the cold, refreshing beverages Calgary produces through the unique vision of the locals who love to create them. Experience good natured and welcoming breweries, eateries and distilleries with people who enjoy a satisfying brew as much as you. These distinct tours let you taste the flavours of the Calgary and area. You will witness the region’s rich history and realize the crazy lengths our brewers and distillers go to for the love of beer, spirits and mead. These tours will take you on an adventure to the birthplaces of the most exceptional beverages. Each location has a checkered history, flavour and personality hallmarked by quality and passion. Sit back, sip, relax and enjoy as you taste your way through the region.Read more
Alaska offers once-in-a-lifetime experiences unrivaled by any other destination in the world. Known as America’s “Last Frontier”, Alaska is home to some of the largest national parks and forests in the U.S. The rugged wilderness, breathtaking views, and wild adventures will entice you to return and experience something new each time. From world-class fishing, to endless outdoor activities year-around, to viewing wildlife first-hand in its natural habitat, there is something for everyone in the family in Alaska.Read More
Alberta is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places on earth, as vast as it is varied in landscape and experiences. Filled with unique activities, urban charms and cultural jewels. Dazzling peaks, ancient glaciers, turquoise lakes and Banff and Jasper national parks define Alberta’s iconic Canadian Rocky Mountains. Along the province’s southern rolling foothills, visitors can discover the rich culture of First Nations communities. To the east, the red-hued Canadian Badlands where dinosaur adventures abound. This province is more than just a place to visit; it is a place to truly experience.Read More
British Columbia is the kingdom of abundance. Where glaciated mountains stand over an unruly Pacific. Rainforests wrap cities. Nature shapes culture. The wild breathing life back into the wild within. This abundant, nurturing landscape has sustained ancient societies for 10,000 years. And today, some of those settlements have grown into cities that cling to the edge of wilderness, and won’t let go. People visit and live in BC to be within arm’s reach of nature’s richness. To ski world-renowned resorts, surf Pacific swells, swim in clear mountain lakes, hike to a glacier and back in a day. And all that activity breathes energy into British Columbia's culture of hospitality.Read More
There is no experience quite like Manitoba. There is nothing like feeling your heart race as a polar bear strides silently mere metres away. Nowhere else holds the absolute calm of Manitoba’s many fly-in fishing lodges. Nothing thrills like immersing yourself in the different worlds that Winnipeg, our capital city has to offer. Here, our many cultures are ready to welcome you. Canada’s heart beats here. Let yours beat with it.Read More
New Brunswick’s three unique coastlines, miles of untouched nature and panoramic views will capture hearts and camera lenses, alike. The bustling cities and charming villages each adorn unique culture and authentic cuisine. The infectious Acadian “joie de vivre” gets toes tapping. The Bay of Fundy is home to multiple UNESCO biosphere reserves and the highest tides in the world. These are best experienced at the famous Hopewell Rocks; where you can walk the ocean floor and 6 hours later, kayak the tides that have risen over four stories high.Read More
Welcome to Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, the most easterly edge of North America. This is where the sun rises first and where Vikings landed over 1,000 years ago. This place is home to the oldest settlement and the oldest city in North America, but is the youngest province of Canada. A vast land, with a relatively small population, Newfoundland and Labrador has some of the friendliest people you'll ever meet. Here, you can immerse yourself in wilderness solitude one day and embrace a vibrant culture at the cutting edge of the contemporary western world the next.Read More
Create a Magical Northern Adventure in the Northwest Territories. View awesome displays of Northern Lights at midnight in autumn and winter. Fish for world class trophies on one of our super-sized lakes in the long days of northern summer. Or you could drive across the Arctic Circle to the amazing Mackenzie Delta, on the Dempster Highway.Read More
Nova Scotia is home to stunning natural beauty, an exciting and diverse culture, a rich heritage and breathtaking experiences. With iconic sites such as Lunenburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Halifax Citadel, Halifax’s star-shaped fortress, the Cape Breton Highland’s Skyline Trail, located along the Cabot Trail and our newest UNESCO Site, the Landscape of Grand Pré, in the Annapolis Valley, there is no shortage of world-class attractions to explore.Read More
The breathtaking four-seasonal palette of Ontario's vast wilderness, endless forests and abundant wildlife, awaits. Whether you want to reconvene with nature or lose yourself in the excitement of the most multiculturally diverse and socially cohesive region on Earth, you've come to the right place. Let Ontario surprise you with the striking beauty of her scenery and welcome you with the warmth of her people.Read More
Prince Edward Island is one of Canada's premier vacation destinations and a truly unique location for visitors. The coastline offers some of the most stunning vistas in the world. The rolling green hills and scenic farmland keep visitors’ cameras busy as they explore unspoiled beauty. Whether it’s a relaxing day on the beach, a sea kayaking adventure, a round of golf, or an evening at the theatre there is something for everyone. Once visitors have worked up an appetite, local cuisine is everywhere. Visitors can enjoy the bounty of the land or impossibly fresh lobsters, oysters, and mussels at cafés and restaurants throughout the island.Read More
Discover Québec ... an immense province that occupies the northeastern-most corner of North America, unique for its history, language and culture. A place of freedom and creativity at the crossroads of the Old and the New World, where tradition and innovation combine with a contagious energy and joie de vivre! Discover an exceptional destination, four distinct seasons, an incredible natural heritage, an enriching human experience. Multi-faceted geography, diverse landscapes, vegetation and climate, and a rich history spanning five centuries, from colonial regime to the present-day challenge of maintaining the cultural vitality of this unique culture in North America!Read More
Saskatchewan is one big, beautiful place. Land and sky are ever-present influences. Nature is always in your backyard. Overhead, dramatic “Living Skies” command attention. Sunsets reveal colours rarely seen. Brilliant sunshine prolongs summer days and warms the chill of winter. Night skies (some of the darkest in North America) showcase the infinite wonders of the cosmos. The hospitality here is second-to-none. Visitors are immediately made to feel like part of the community, like a member of the family. No matter what part of Saskatchewan you choose to explore, no matter how long you decide to stay, the essence of this place will make a memorable impression.Read More
Canada’s Yukon is world renowned as a legendary land filled with Klondike Gold Rush history, pristine wilderness and natural phenomena, like the midnight sun and the northern lights. The territory is also blessed with teeming wildlife, mighty heritage rivers, and a unique arts and culture that speak to the people who are drawn by the spirit of the north. Home of Canada’s highest peak, Mount Logan, this magical territory offers a larger than life experience to its visitors.Read More