Canada & Alaska
This tour highlights Vancouver, Seattle and Portland, which are undoubtedly some of North America’s most attractive cities and host a great number of incredible culinary, touring and learning experiences. From the man-made marvel of the Boeing factory making 787 Dreamliner aircrafts to British Columbia’s incredible Sea to Sky country, Oregon’s scenic wild coast and the wonder of the Columbia River Gorge, this tour is truly a one-off and possibly the trip of a lifetime.Read more
Relax and rejuvenate on winding trails and sandy beaches. Visit picturesque St. Andrews by-the-Sea and enjoy the quaint charm of this coastal town. Discover the Bay of Fundy, known for its impressive tidal movements and enormous rock formations. Visit Charlottetown, the elegant seaside city known as the birthplace of Canada, and explore the historic streets, walking trails and waterside boardwalks at your own pace.Read more
This is a new Anderson Vacations tour that links the many flavours of Québec with the Acadian Peninsula of New Brunswick. The descendants of the original French settlers have called the eastern part of the Canadian province of New Brunswick home since the 1600’s and the unique Acadian lifestyle has been shaped by the sea, against a backdrop of coastal islands, lighthouses and seaside cottages. This tour starts in cosmopolitan Montréal and ends in Moncton, the largest Acadian settlement.Read more
Immerse yourself in the oldest & most eastern city in North America, go back in time to where the Vikings once stood at L’Anse axu Meadows National Historic Site, explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site Gros Morne National Park and stay in a unique lighthouse inn on this unique and diverse self-drive through Newfoundland.Read more
This itinerary offers a shorter version of the Ultimate Western Discovery, giving you the best of the Rockies without sacrificing any of the highlights Western Canada has to offer. You can choose to travel with Rocky Mountaineer on the daylight service which overnights in Kamloops, or with VIA Rail in a cabin, staying on board the train.Read more
Explore the Canadian Rockies by Rail in the Winter. Spend a day skiing in Whistler and enjoy the newly renovated service on the “Canadian”. Take in the views and enjoy gourmet meals as you enjoy the privacy of your very own cabin on board the VIA Rail Train. Spend your time in Jasper and Banff enjoying one of the many activities this package offers, or simply relax by the fire with a cup of hot chocolate.Read more
This expedition cruise takes travellers to islands and remote parts of Canada’s Atlantic Coast. Eastern Canada is famous for a rich and diverse culture, found in small fishing communities and remote ports. The region also offers a staggering abundance of wildlife, including prolific birdlife, numerous seal and whale species and you may even encounter the fabled wild horses of Sable Island. Beaches and lagoons provide viewing opportunities for numerous shorebirds. On the cruise you might see the great baleen whales such as humpback, minke and blue whales, as well as grey and harp seals.Read more
The Gulf of St Lawrence is Canada’s historic gateway – nature and culture are outstanding. We’ll tour four provinces and the French island of Saint-Pierre! Geological wonders. World-famous Percé Rock. Saguenay Fjord. Newfoundland’s south coast. Layers of culture. Mi’kmaq, Algonquin, Québecois, Acadian, English, and Scots influences. Our multilingual guides love to share—immerse yourself in music, dance, arts, and crafts. Tour the Gulf of St. Lawrence aboard the Ocean Endeavour. Enjoy the sea breeze from a Zodiac. Feel the beating heart of Canada’s history!Read more
Starting and ending in historic St. John’s, this trip offers an intimate experience of Newfoundland’s lively culture and dramatic scenery via daily expedition stops and community visits. A visit to the French island of Saint-Pierre completes the adventure. Famed for its music and stories, Newfoundland is also incredibly picturesque, with a rugged coastline rendered spectacular by autumn foliage and light.
Newfoundland’s rich natural history, including the remarkable geology of Gros Morne, is second only to its incredible cultural offerings. We will visit Red Bay’s Basque Whaling Station (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), learn about the Viking history in North America at L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site, and enjoy a taste of the Mi’kmaq culture in Miawpukek First Nation (Conne River). And we will do it all in the company of a lively resource staff of local musicians, artists, and naturalists.
This sailing is ideally timed for viewing spectacular fall colours and taking advantage of excellent hiking opportunities. Experience legendary music, food, and hospitality in true Newfoundland fashion: by sea!Read more
Rolling foothills, intimidating mountains, pre-historic hoodos, emerald lakes and world-renowned resorts, Alberta is home to a vast, changing landscape and an array of adventure activities. This tour explores very diverse scenery, from the majestic snow-capped mountains of the Canadian Rockies to the prairie lands of Alberta, the unique coulee landscapes and hoodo rock formations in the Badlands. Shimmering glaciers, abundant wildlife, crystal-clear lakes and deep canyons surrounded by mountain peaks are waiting to be explored.Read more
Springtime on Canada’s east coast is a time of bloom and bounty. Explore highlights of Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Saint-Pierre—expedition style!
Warmed by the waters of the Gulf Stream, Canada’s east coast comes alive in springtime. Trees and flowers burst into bloom, marine mammals are on the move, and seabirds flock in the thousands. Centuries of overlapping culture—Mi’kmaq, Acadian, English, Scottish, Irish, and French—have left their mark on the landscapes here. Rugged forts, quaint towns, rustic villages, and remote islands dot the coastlines.Read more
On this trip, we seek the wilds and the wonders of the Arctic, in the welcoming company of those who call it home! Beginning in Qausuittuq (Resolute Bay), we’ll enter expedition mode as we seek polar bears, whales, birds, and muskoxen throughout Lancaster Sound. At Beechey Island, we’ll pay our respects at the graves of three of Sir John Franklin’s men; at Dundas Harbour, we’ll explore the abandoned HBC and RCMP post that once guarded the gateway to the Northwest Passage.
Mittimatilik (Pond Inlet) with its stunning views of Bylot Island is a dynamic contemporary Inuit community; we’ll spend the day getting to know the place before striking out across Baffin Bay for Greenland. Towering mountains, pristine fjords, and colourful communities are among the attractions of this mighty Arctic island. The modern Greenlandic center of Illulissat offers museums, shopping, and cafés with a European flair. The Jakobshavn Icefjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and source of the majority of the icebergs in the North Atlantic, provides a dramatic climax to a northern journey unlike any other.Read more
This comprehensive tour begins in Newfoundland & Labrador and features the best of “the Far East of the Western World”. Travel from the northernmost tip of the island of Newfoundland to the most easterly point in North America through national parks – including Gros Morne, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Learn of ancient peoples – the Maritime Archaic, Vikings, and Basques – as you travel to coastal fishing communities to meet the friendly and hospitable people of today. Boat tours provide the opportunity to see whales, thousands of seabirds, and, depending on the time of the year, icebergs! Sample local food and drink to become an honorary “Newfoundlander”!Read more
Journey through the stunningly diverse landscape of British Columbia and Alberta; from the rugged Rocky Mountains to the dense, lush coastal forest of northern British Columbia and the stunning western coast dotted with pristine islands. This tour truly highlights the best of ‘Beautiful British Columbia’.Read more
Treat yourself and experience the world renowned Fairmont properties, rich in history, resplendent in natural beauty and nestled in awe inspiring locations. Your journey through the spectacular Canadian Rockies will be complimented by these grandeur hotels.Read more
Step out and meet winter face to face in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Imagine your next ski holiday, flying down the mountainside against a backdrop of white peaks ablaze with sunshine, ice glittering on the evergreens or gently snowshoeing through quiet forests deep in snow. Slice through amazing powder as you cut fresh lines on the slopes. Both cat-skiing and heli-skiing were pioneered in the Kootenay Rockies region, which is also home to some of the best snowmobiling terrain in the world. Incredible cross-country skiing terrain, dog-sledding fun and snowshoeing excursions are just a few of the winter experiences you can have. Let us share this beautiful winter playground with you.Read more
Located in the heart of downtown Saskatoon, Canada, the Hilton Garden Inn Saskatoon Downtown hotel is across the street from Midtown Plaza Shopping Centre and TCU Place – Saskatoon’s Arts and Convention Centre. Just ten minutes from Saskatoon’s airport, the hotel is central to downtown businesses and attractions and a short drive to other areas of the city.Read more
Hilton Lac-Leamy features 5-star, 4-diamond lakefront rooms only five minutes away from Ottawa, Canada’s capital. An on-site casino entertains, a day spa provides respite and rejuvenation and four restaurants please any palate. Newly renovated rooms with two queen beds or one king bed are available. Free high-speed Internet access and parking are also included.Read more
The world’s highest tides, fresh salt air, sandy beaches, rocky coves, cosmopolitan cities, remote lighthouses, rich history, warm hospitality, rustic fishing villages, succulent seafood, unspoiled nature, varied activities, first-rate facilities and travel routes. All of these things and more make Canada’s Maritime Provinces one of the world’s most popular destinations. Experience the best of the Maritimes on this delightful tour of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.Read more
The beauty of the Pacific coast is revealed as we travel the Sea-to-Sky Highway, explore the diverse coastal city of Vancouver and experience the unique Sunshine Coast. While on the breathtaking Sea-to-Sky Highway between Vancouver and Whistler, we see sweeping views of Howe Sound fjord, luscious coastal forest, and surrounding mountains. This tour will please all senses and show us the beauty that these regions have to offer. A place where diverse ecosystems meet art and culture, Vancouver Island is simply like no other. Enjoy a taste of ‘island life’ as we discover the beauty and diversity of Vancouver Island.Read more
This comprehensive tour travels from the northernmost tip of the island of Newfoundland to the most easterly point in North America through national parks, including Gros Morne, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Learn about ancient people, the Maritime Archaic, Vikings and Basques as you travel to coastal fishing communities to meet the friendly and hospitable people of today.Read more
Experience the best of Prince Edward Island, Cape Breton and the west coast of Newfoundland and Labrador on this Atlantic Canada adventure. Highlights include the red sandstone cliffs of Prince Edward Island, the world famous Cabot Trail and Gros Morne National Park. Atlantic Canada is one of the world’s most popular destinations; the hospitality of the people will leave you with memories that will last a lifetime and the scenic natural beauty will take your breath away!Read more
South Greenland’s stunning coast. The communities of South Baffin. The islands of Ungava Bay. People, wildlife and landscape are the true Heart of the Arctic!
Visit three distinct Arctic regions on this voyage aboard the Ocean Endeavour. Explore the deep fjords and vibrant communities of Greenland, including the world’s smallest capital, Nuuk. Cross the Davis Strait in the wake of the explorers, searching for marine life and seabirds.Read more
Québecers have a culture that’s unique; it is 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. Montreal, Historic buildings, lighthouses, characterful inns and quaint towns throughout the famed Charlevoix and Gaspé regions of Québec provide the building blocks of our cultural tour.Read more
This maritime self-drive itinerary combines the highlights of the Maritimes and exploring areas that cannot be accessed by scheduled tour services. With the flexibility of having a car, you can choose to walk one of the many hiking trails, linger at the various historic sites and join any of the local adventures at your leisure.Read more
At the heart of town lies Jasper’s newest hotel, The Crimson. 99 rooms and suites offer a variety of room styles, some with full kitchen facilities, balconies and fireplaces. All rooms offer in-room safes, fridges and microwaves. Other highlights include an indoor swimming pool and hot tub, fitness facilities and the new C200 Restaurant featuring a private dining room.Read more
Our most popular package, this comprehensive itinerary combines the renowned Rocky Mountaineer Rail Tour across the Rockies with the highlights of the best of British Columbia and Alberta. Explore vibrant seaside cities before travelling across the Rockies by train viewing breathtaking landscapes, majestic mountains and picturesque mountain villages.Read more
This comprehensive self-drive combines the highlights of the Rockies with exploring areas that cannot be accessed by scheduled tour services. With the flexibility of having a car, you can choose to walk one of the many hiking trails, linger at the vineyards, or join any of the local adventures at your own choice and leisure.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.
For this unique self-drive we have found some of the most picturesque cabin accommodations available. They have been selected for their scenic location and proximity to major attractions. The majority have either full cooking facilities or kitchenettes so you have the option to prepare your own meals.Read more
Enjoy the impressive panoramic sights offered by the Top of the World Highway on your way to view wildlife in the shadows of Mount McKinley. Gaze upon whales and sea lions in Kenai Fjords National Park, see cascading tidewater glaciers and visit the mining boomtowns of Dawson City and McCarthy.Read more
Enjoy the impressive panoramic sights offered by the Top of the World Highway on your way to view wildlife in the shadows of Mount McKinley. Gaze upon whales and sea lions in Kenai Fjords National Park, see cascading tidewater glaciers and visit the mining boomtowns of Dawson City and McCarthy.Read more
The Northwest Passage represents the pinnacle of Arctic exploration. On this trip, like the explorers before, you’ll experience the quaint villages, dramatic fjords, and calving glaciers of Greenland. Then, crossing Davis Strait, you’ll visit Qikiqtarjuaq, the iceberg capital of Nunavut, and pay respects at the Franklin Expedition graves at Beechey Island. Somerset and Devon Islands offer opportunities to spot Peary caribou, polar bear, walrus, and muskoxen – and for visits to ghostly RCMP and Hudson’s Bay Company posts. Meet the Inuit who have called this remarkable place home for generations, and join the ranks of the adventurers who have been lured by its legend.Read more
Rail is a relaxing way to view the spectacular changing scenery as you travel across each diverse province. You will experience varied landscapes and culture from the vibrancy of the Pacific Coast to the hospitality and lively music of the Atlantic Maritimes on the East Coast.Read more
This tour provides a combination of the Alaska and Yukon Full Circle Tour with a cruise down the Inside Passage with Holland America Line. Enjoy a small group experience as you travel by land from Calgary to Anchorage and then relax and rejuvenate on your cruise to Vancouver.Read more
This tour features the highlights of Eastern Canada. Visit Ottawa, the nation’s capital, then travel to Quebec to discover the culture. Visit New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia to experience the vibrancy of the Maritimes before travelling to Ontario to marvel at Niagara Falls before ending in the metropolitan city of Toronto.Read more
One of the most comprehensive tours of Atlantic Canada, this tour doesn’t miss a thing. Nova Scotia’s Western Shore, Cape Breton and the Cabot Trail, New Brunswick and the Acadian Coast, PEI and the Red Beaches, plus 7 days in Newfoundland highlights Gros Morne, the Viking Trail, Twillingate and St. John’s.Read more
This comprehensive tour travels with a small group through Alberta, British Columbia and the Yukon before arriving in Alaska. Experience an abundance of wildlife and pristine natural surroundings as you immerse yourself in the local culture and history of each region. Each day will bring new sights and adventures on this incredible journey through the north.Read more
Beginning on the wild Pacific coast we journey through the rugged Rocky Mountains, across the Golden Prairies, traverse the Great Lake region and continue along the St. Lawrence Seaway to the eclectic Atlantic Maritimes. Experience the history, culture and rich diversity that defines Canada as we travel Coast to Coast across this great land!Read more
Edmonton is the capital of the Canadian province of Alberta, located on the North Saskatchewan River. Known as Canada’s festival city, with more than 30 festivals each year, from the popular Edmonton Folk Music Festival to the International Street Performers Festival, they bring the city to life. The magnificent river valley is North America’s largest urban park, offering great trails to run, walk, or ride. World-famous West Edmonton Mall is a popular reason to visit Edmonton, with more than 800 shops, 100 eateries, and 10 world-class attractions all under one roof, it has something for everyone.Read more
Canada’s capital Ottawa is home to the country’s most impressive line-up of national museums, outstanding performing arts groups and venues, also presenting the province’s only UNESCO world heritage site, the Rideau Canal.
You can wander the streets, see the parliament buildings and explore the Byward markets- one of Canada’s oldest and largest public markets. A nature lover’s haven, Ottawa offers a natural setting of rivers, waterways, parks, and pathways right in the heart of the city. Explore the National Gallery of Canada, a visual arts museum of international stature with exhibitions, collections of art from the middle ages to contemporary art.Read more
Saskatoon is a thriving city graced with the vibrant beauty of nature. Divided by the winding South Saskatchewan River, Saskatoon’s east and west face are joined by a series of bridges and lined with several kilometers of trails to jog, walk and explore.Read more
Experience and enjoy Toronto’s vibrant and high energy downtown restaurant and nightlife district. We will offer you the choice of the latest theatre productions in Toronto. Take a guided walk through Toronto’s famed St Lawrence Market hearing about its fascinating 200 year history. Ride to the top of the CN Tower, the world’s tallest building for panoramic views and lunch.Read more
Known for its friendly and welcoming spirit, Winnipeg is a diverse multicultural city with a rich and varied history. An aboriginal trading centre prior to the arrival of the Europeans, Winnipeg was at the heart of the country’s fur trade and instrumental in developing Canada’s gateway to the west. Home to a grain exchange that once rivaled the largest markets in the world, Winnipeg’s architecture and neighbourhoods reflect the profound character of this small prairie town.Read more
Beginning on the wild Pacific coast we journey through the rugged Rocky Mountains, across the Golden Prairies, traverse the Great Lake region and continue along the St. Lawrence Seaway to the eclectic Atlantic Maritimes. Experience the history, culture and rich diversity that defines Canada as we travel Coast to Coast across this great land!Read more
On this popular rail route, see sparkling salmon streams as stands of birch and spruce come into view, while carpets of fireweed add dramatic purple to the landscape. See the spectacular Mount McKinley and wildlife like wolves, caribou, Dall sheep, moose and bear.Read more
Enjoy the best that this spectacular mountain township has to offer as well as time to explore at your leisure. Build a connection with this World Heritage Site as you visit Banff’s landmarks and view wildlife in their natural habitat. Hear how the history of the Bow Valley changed when three railway workers rediscovered a hidden treasure.Read more
Visit the quaint village and unspoiled countryside of Charlevoix, stretching along the north shore of the St. Lawrence River east of Québec City from the Beaupre Coast to the Saguenay Fjord. Nestled between the sea and the mountains, stay at the Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu, a vision of historical splendour, before travelling into the spectacular Saguenay Region.Read more
Travel with VIA Rail on a getaway to the mountains. Its shimmering glaciers, abundant wildlife, crystal clear lakes, thundering waterfalls and deep canyons surrounded by mountain peaks are all easy to explore from the relaxed charming township of Jasper.Read more
Test your mettle against Great Northern Pike, the voracious fish of Great Slave Lake. Join your master guide and learn more about the Great Northern Pike, its behaviour, its movements, likes and dislikes. Come and put into practice those Trophy Pike Fishing techniques and experience the challenge of catching a fish of a lifetime.Read more
Richmond, home of Vancouver International Airport, is your gateway into Canada and Vancouver – located just 25 minutes away by rapid transit. An island city, Richmond lies on the shores of the Straight of Georgia and mighty Fraser River. Explore the quaint fishing village of Steveston, home to two National Historic Sites, or venture out to spot marine life on a whale watching excursion. Richmond’s dining scene is not to be missed, as well as The Olympic Experience and an array of shopping options.Read more
Experience an authentic adventure in Nunavut’s capital. Baffin Island awaits, home to Iqaluit, capital of Nunavut and the start of your authentic adventure through this beautiful and culturally rich land.
Engage with locals in Iqaluit while you explore the town, stopping at landmarks, artisan shops or a museum. Located on Baffin Island at the northern end of Frobisher Bay near the mouth of the Sylvia Grinnell River. Formerly known as Frobisher Bay, the modern city of Iqaluit is rich with traditional Inuit culture. It is the home of many Inuit artists, filmmakers and musicians, play there are arts and culture festivals stages in the spring and summer that bring artists here from across the territory.Read more
Visit Peggy’s Cove, Lunenburg, and Mahone Bay before overnighting in the Oak Island area where you will learn of the treasure hunters that have ventured to Nova Scotia for hundreds of years. Continue on to Prince Edward Island for a two-night stay. The red cliffs, white beaches, gently sloping sand dunes and green fields of Canada’s smallest province awaits!Read more
The country’s biggest urban playground never sleeps and delights in offering visitors excitement around every corner. From bustling patios that liven up distinct neighbourhoods and art festivals that turn streets into galleries, to outdoor celebrations of fashion, food and film, there’s always a reason to get out and explore Toronto and its neighbour Niagara Falls.Read more
A vibrant metropolitan city on the west coast, Vancouver is nestled between majestic mountains, sparkling ocean, rainforests and beautiful foliage. All four seasons make Vancouver one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Vancouver is a walkable city; the locals take great pride in welcoming visitors with clean, safe and vibrant streets, day or night. Ride a bike through Stanley Park, relax on the beach at English Bay or shop on the trendy Robson Street. Only 20 minutes from downtown you can be at the top of Grouse Mountain, over-looking the harbour, or explore Capilano Suspension Bridge Park and experience the spectacular tree-top walk.Read more
Where in the world can you find a UNESCO World Heritage Site, an International Peace Park, and a Biosphere Reserve all rolled into one? At Waterton Lakes National Park, the only place on earth endowed with all three titles. It is a rare gem tucked into the southwestern corner of the province of Alberta and bordering the Glacier National Park of Montana, where windswept mountains rise abruptly out of gentle prairie grassland.Read more
Experience an authentic adventure in Nunavut’s capital. Imagine, it’s winter and you’re travelling to the Canadian Arctic. Baffin Island awaits, home to Iqaluit, capital of Nunavut and the start of your authentic adventure through this beautiful and culturally rich land.
Engage with locals in Iqaluit while you explore the town, stopping at landmarks, artisan shops or a museum. Travel across tundra or sea ice on a traditional dogsled. Venture deeper into the landscape on a sensational snowmobile excursion. Build an igloo and savour a cup of hot tea inside. Perhaps you’ll see the Northern Lights dance in waves of green across an inky sky, or witness the dawn of a new spring under 20 hours of daylight? You have left behind the well-trodden path, you’re on a Bucket List adventure.
Experience our private, all-inclusive Winter Arctic Discovery tour. This best-selling trip includes flights, accommodation, expedition-grade apparel, daily guided excursions and more.Read more
If you are coming off a cruise, combine time in the seaside community of Seward, with a stay in the vibrant city of Anchorage before either departing Alaska, or continuing into Denali National Park. You will travel on a high speed catamaran for viewings of glaciers, marine life and stunning scenery. Visit Holgate & Aialik Glaciers and Chiswell Islands or Cape Resurrection. Your cruise includes a buffet lunch and guided park ranger.Read more
This Churchill adventure, led by an Interpretive Guide, allows you to experience the excitement of polar bear viewing from a world-famous Tundra Buggy®, as well as enjoy the eclectic charm of this unique Northern town. The hotel-based Churchill Town and Tundra Enthusiast includes full-day Tundra Buggy safaris in the Churchill Wildlife Management Area – where polar bears await the freezing of the Hudson Bay – but also has ample time spent in town, offering the opportunity to discover Churchill’s personality by exploring unique shops, family-run restaurants boasting delicious regional cuisine, and cultural museums that portray the historical importance of the area. This adventure is ideal for guests who want to experience the wondrous charm of the town of Churchill while also spending days in the Churchill Wildlife Management Area, viewing Churchill’s incredible polar bears.Read more
Travel west to the mighty Canadian Rockies. You will see a spectacular range of scenery as you travel across ranch lands, along rocky lake shores, over high mountain passes and through the remarkable tunnels that form the rich rail history of the Canadian Rockies. Complement your time in the Rockies by staying at the impressive Fairmont resorts – rich in history, resplendent in natural beauty and nestled in awe-inspiring locations.Read more
Located north of Montréal, the Laurentides region is blanketed in mountains and lakes with fresh air, wide open spaces and pretty villages teeming with bistros, bars and boutiques. Whether rafting the rivers or relaxing in a Nordic bath, enjoying a sugar shack meal or apple picking, you will love this stunning region.Read more
Combine the highlights of these two scenic cities. Explore the vibrant metropolitan city of Vancouver, see the unique white beluga whales at the Vancouver Aquarium, try the the tree-top walk at Capilano Suspension Bridge, wander along English Bay and shop on Robson street. In Victoria visit the renowned Butchart Gardens, with over 22 hectares of colourful gardens.Read more
Make Your Way to the jewel of the Rockies, Banff and take a sleigh ride with the pristine Canadian Rockies as your backdrop. Enjoy a day skiing or snowboarding and experience the “champagne powder” Banff is known for. Hike on steel walkways built into the walls of Johnston Canyon that give an airy view of the frozen water below.Read more
Step out and meet winter face to face in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Imagine your next ski holiday, flying down the mountainside against a backdrop of white peaks ablaze with sunshine, ice glittering on the evergreens or gently snowshoeing through quiet forests deep in snow. Slice through amazing powder as you cut fresh lines on the slopes. Incredible cross-country skiing terrain, dog-sledding fun and snowshoeing excursions are just a few of the winter experiences you can have. Let us share this beautiful winter playground with you.Read more
Yellowknife is a place where traditional aboriginal culture blends together with modern amenities, for a truly remarkable experience while discovering the mystery of the Aurora Borealis. On winter nights the Aurora Borealis is often so vivid it seems close enough to touch. Far from city lights, watch the night sky light up. It’s a marvel that seems to embody the mysteries at the crossroads of Heaven and Earth in all of its elegance and raw beauty.Read more
Experience summer in Canada’s North on an incredible wildlife adventure in Churchill, Manitoba. During July and August, thousands of beluga whales migrate into the Churchill River and the surrounding landscape erupts into colourful blooms. Enjoy the fresh summer air and dip your toes in the Arctic Ocean! Visit Churchill’s eclectic shops, enjoy local and regional cuisine, and learn about the culture and history of the area on a tour of Prince of Wales Fort National Historic Site. Get up close with playful and curious beluga whales on a boat tour in the river estuary. Then, explore the Churchill Wildlife Management Area on a Tundra Buggy® excursion – you may even get to see the first of the summer polar bears!Read more
Discover the colour, vibrancy, and tranquility of an Arctic summer combined with a break in Ottawa, Canada’s vibrant capital city. During the summer months, the Arctic awakens from its winter slumber and explodes with fireworks of colour, showing off its raw and pristine beauty. Experience seemingly endless summer days and the midnight sun and admire the exotic tundra abloom in a brilliant blaze of wildflowers. Led by an Inuit guide, the days will be spent looking out for whales and polar bears on a boat trip on legendary Frobisher Bay, kayaking in tranquil waters, and visiting museums and art galleries to learn more about the culture and history of the Inuit people of Iqaluit. This experience-filled tour to the Arctic will definitely leave you wanting more.Read more
Enjoy the best of Canada’s ocean playground as you spend three nights in Nova Scotia’s capital city of Halifax and two nights on beautiful Cape Breton Island. The modern port city of Halifax is bursting with culture and heritage while Cape Breton Island offers a world of wondrous sightseeing opportunities, including the famous Cabot Trail. This magnificent highway is carved into the edge of ancient highlands where eagles soar above you, seals splash below you and moose wander alongside you.Read more
Visit St. John’s, the oldest and most easterly city in North America. Melded with culture, history, and personality, St. John’s has survived two World Wars, five centuries, and countless hardships and triumphs. It has become a rare, old city full of character, experience and charisma, with a contemporary, sophisticated edge. After explore Trinity where history, friendliness, and steadfast authenticity are woven into every aspect of the area. From the beautifully restored fishing rooms and saltbox houses, to the lovely people greeting you in the lanes and welcoming you into their homes.Read more
Richmond, home of Vancouver International Airport, is your gateway into Canada and Vancouver – located just 25 minutes away by rapid transit. An island city, Richmond lies on the shores of the Strait of Georgia and mighty Fraser River. Explore the quaint fishing village of Steveston, home to two National Historic Sites, or venture out to spot marine life on a whale watching excursion. Richmond’s dining scene is not to be missed, as well as The Olympic Experience and an array of shopping options.Read more
From culture to coast, travel from the French-influenced province of Québec into the Atlantic Maritimes. Wake to views of the Atlantic Ocean, rolling hills, and quaint coastal villages that appear frozen in time as you travel through New Brunswick to the east coast province of Nova Scotia.Read more
Explore the best of the New Brunswick’s spectacular Acadian coast, from historical gems and the Acadian culture’s unique “Joie de Vivre” to Canada’s warmest saltwater beaches and fresh, succulent seafood. See the fascinating Acadian stories come to life at Village Historique Acadien and Le Pays de la Sagouine, as well as experience the world’s highest tides at the unforgettable Hopewell Rocks.Read more
This 6 Day Taste of Nova Scotia tour brings you the bounty of culinary experiences this region has to offer! Explore delicious local flavours, succulent seafood, uniquely local wineries that are famous for its aromatic whites and cool climate reds and unspoiled nature that make Nova Scotia one of the world’s most popular destinations.Read more
Prepare to be wowed! You will spend two full days on the Tundra tracking along the coastline and in our touring-permit zone of the Wildlife Management Area. Each day you’ll explore the amazing Hudson Bay coastline observing the majestic Polar Bear up close and personal. Along the way, look for Arctic Fox, Arctic Hare, Camouflaged Ptarmigan and other wildlife. You’ll also have a Dog Mushing Experience (evening) and a Culture and Heritage Tour of historic Churchill, Manitoba. After your day’s adventures, you’ll return home to our cozy wood-fire heated log lodge, sumptuous local cuisine at our Lazy Bear Café, and your warm room with comfy beds and all the modern amenities.Read more
With over 2,600 farms working the land on Vancouver Island, local fare is never far away, and with a coastline that stretches over 3,340 km (2,137 miles), the freshest seafood is practically in your plate.
There are over forty different wineries, breweries, cideries, and meaderies in the Cowichan Valley and south Island. Artisan winemakers and brew masters have discovered that the Island’s temperate climate and crystal clear waters create the perfect recipe for a diverse selection of beverages, best enjoyed with local produce.
Just about every community on the Island has at least one Farmers Market: a place to find local produce, fresh dairy, herbs, spices, and baked goods. Some of the markets have over 100 vendors, offering a diverse variety of edibles, crafts, and delicious treats to provide you the sustenance you need to keep shopping and exploring.Read more
The Great Ice Bear Adventure is undoubtedly the most diverse and holistic wildlife viewing package offered anywhere in the world for polar bears seekers. It combines three nights at the Dymond Lake Ecolodge, where many of the Arctic’s most famous residents are seen and photographed on foot, with a one-day Tundra Buggy® tour in Churchill. Great Ice Bear takes place during prime polar bear season in October and November, when polar bears congregate in large numbers on the coast of Hudson Bay as they wait for freeze-up and the beginning of their annual seal hunt. The population of Churchill skyrockets to approximately 2,500 at this time, but the remoteness of Dymond Lake Ecolodge will help you escape the crowds while experiencing the most unique and interactive polar bear experience anywhere. In addition to wildlife viewing at the Lodge, highlights include evening presentations by our specialist guides and often northern lights shows!Read more
Drive through the picturesque Okanagan Valley, known for its warm climate, sandy beaches, lakes and wine valley. Visit the Grizzly Bear Refuge at Kicking Horse Resort. Relax at Emerald Lake Lodge in Yoho National Park, offering cabin-style superior accommodation surrounding the lake amid breathtaking scenery.Read more
Immerse yourself in the history of North America on this 7 day independent tour through Quebec’s Charlevoix region. See the highlights of Montreal and Quebec city, and take a scenic train ride though the lush countryside of Quebec. Marvel at the beauty of the Saint Lawrence River and take in the sights of the Plains of Abraham before arriving at Isle-aux-Coudres where you will stay at Hotel Cap-aux-Pierres.Read more
This self-drive tour features the world-renowned Cabot Trail, with its dramatic coastal views and highland scenery. There will be plenty of time to take in the sights on this tour and you’ll want to stop a lot while on the island. The Cabot Trail is known to be one of the most spectacular drives in all of Canada. Visit the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site and take a step back in history when all of Nova Scotia was a battleground. Discover rugged coastlines, tranquil bays and crystal-clear lakes and streams as you follow the Marine Drive route along the Eastern Shore.Read more
Frontiers North’s Tundra Buggy® Lodge, located in the heart of polar bear country, offers a unique, immersive experience where guests can fall asleep and wake up with polar bears right outside their window, and, on a clear night, the Northern Lights dance above, unhindered by town lights. The Lodge consists of two sleeping units, a lounge with Internet access and a dining unit where guests can share stories and enjoy delicious regional cuisine. Evenings at the Lodge include presentations from Polar Bears International representatives. Daily Tundra Buggy excursions, led by a knowledgeable guide, allow guests to explore the area beyond the Lodge and give plenty of photography opportunities.Read more
With 60,000 beluga whales filling the Hudson Bay and polar bears leaving the pan ice, summer is the perfect time to visit Churchill. Let the experienced guides take you on a jet boat tour of the bay and river estuaries where you’ll see countless beluga whales.Read more
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
The beauty of the Pacific coast is revealed as you travel the Sea-to-Sky Highway, explore the diverse coastal city of Vancouver and experience the unique Sunshine Coast. While on the breathtaking Sea-to-Sky Highway between Vancouver and Whistler, you will visit the Britannia Mine Museum and the Sea-to-Sky Gondola, where you will see sweeping views of Howe Sound fjord, luscious coastal forest, and surrounding mountains.Read more
Explore a region of astounding, raw and unspoiled beauty. You’ll find scenery to take your breath away. Visit Gros Morne National Park, the second largest National Park in eastern Canada and a UNESCO World Heritage Site stretching across 1,805 square kilometres of western Newfoundland as part of the towering Long Range Mountains. Encircled by tiny seaside communities, encompassing forests and striking cliffs and shorelines, the spectacular beauty of the park provides the perfect backdrop for all kinds of outdoor adventures. This tour also visit Main Brook, a fishing and lumbering community on the southwest shore of Hare Bay.Read more
Nestled between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, Atlantic Canada’s Bay of Fundy is home to the highest tides in the world. Learn of the ecology and geology of the most dramatic and diverse tidal environment on the planet and experience Maritime history, culture and hospitality. Travel the lush Annapolis Valley and learn about the French Acadians who established their first settlement in the early 1600s.Read more
Experience the highlights of central Canada. From the multicultural diversity of Toronto, to the historical landmarks and French culture of Québec, this itinerary combines the best of both provinces. Marvel at the view from the CN Tower, immerse yourself in the history of Montréal and look in awe at the beauty of the St. Lawrence River as you travel in comfort on board VIA Rail.Read more
This comprehensive self-drive combines the highlights of the Okanagan and exploring areas that cannot be accessed by scheduled tour services. Discover the off-the-beaten-path route, offering diverse scenery, small towns and unique experiences. Travel through the wineries of the Okanagan to the historic mountain alpine village of Fernie.Read more
Explore the Best that the Rockies have to offer in the winter. Experience new adventures every day by joining our fully guided tours and relax at night by the fire while enjoying some outstanding cuisine in the jewels of the Alberta Rockies – Banff and Jasper.Read more
This is the perfect add-on at the beginning or end of an Alaska cruise. Indulge in the natural beauty of Alaska as you travel from Seward to Fairbanks on some of the most scenic routes in the world. Keep your eyes open for moose, black and grizzly bears, caribou, Dalls sheep, coyotes, foxes and possibly wolves, while bald and golden eagles soar overhead.Read more
This classic canoe trip down the Yukon from Carmacks to Dawson City is specially tailored for visitors who like to travel far away from tourist routes. The expedition travels over 320 kilometres on this mighty river, exploring several abandoned settlements such as Hootalinqua and Big Salmon Village. Camps are set up on the gravel and sand banks of the river, where you can enjoy a refreshing bath in the Yukon. Black bears are quite common in the Yukon valley. Watch the ridges of the cliffs along the river to spot the busy mammal. Moose are numerous in the forested foothills, and bald eagles nest along the riverbanks. Special canoe skills are not required.Read more
Canada’s Maritime islands await! Enjoy fresh salt air, sandy beaches, mountain vistas and much more. Pass through fields of green, dine on succulent seafood, and travel the world famous Cabot Trail on this vacation of Prince Edward Island and Cape Breton Island. Also spend time in the Oak Island area to learn of the treasure hunters that have ventured to Nova Scotia for hundreds of years! Get ready for a truly memorable island adventure in the Atlantic Maritimes.Read more
On this comprehensive self-drive you will experience what they call ‘island life’. The island’s very diverse ecosystem, mountains, oceans, rivers and lakes create habitats for multitudes of wildlife species. Discover the off-the-beaten-path route, offering diverse scenery, small towns and unique experiences.Read more
Come and experience the many “flavours” of Quebec. The history, culture and traditions of “La Belle Province” are truly unique. View the majestic Laurentian Mountains, the mighty St. Lawrence River, Montmorency Falls and the pastoral Charlevoix Valley. Visit Quebec City, the oldest walled city in North America and explore the cobblestone streets of Old Montreal and the famed Notre-Dame Basilica.Read more
The Big Five Safari is a nod to the incredible array of mega fauna that populate the beautiful province of Manitoba. The journey begins in Winnipeg, the geographic centre of North America. From here, travel overland to the beautiful boreal forests and sloping meadows of Riding Mountain National Park, where you will take daily wildlife safaris in search of moose, black bears and bison. After enjoying the landscape of Manitoba’s southern plains, travel north to the tundra town of Churchill, where you will seek out polar bears and beluga whales. Board a Tundra Buggy® and travel overland into the Churchill Wildlife Management Area, where polar bear populations are highest. Then float along the Churchill River with melodic beluga whales by boat.Read more
Haida Gwaii, known as the Galapagos of the North, is a pristine archipelago on the west coast of British Columbia steeped in the culture of the Haida People dating back over 10,000 years. Discover the culture both past and present as we explore these incredible islands. Visit Haida Gwaii and experience a world of intrigue, adventure and undeniable breathtaking beauty.Read more
On this tour you will be introduced to two of Canada’s northernmost territories, the Yukon and the Northwest Territories. Drive on the iconic Dempster Highway, stop at the Arctic Circle Monument, visit the Inuit community of Tuktoyaktuk on the Arctic Coast and a traditional Inuit whaling base in the Mackenzie River delta. See the geological wonders of pingos and spend time with Inuit families. Along the way experience many cultural displays and make memories that will stay with you forever.Read more
Thick pine forests, steep mountain slopes covered in greenery, crystal-clear streams, cascading waterfalls, moose and black bears await! Visit Homer, known as the halibut capital of Alaska, and take a water taxi across Kachemak Bay to the historic artistic community of Seldovia. Moose Pass offers a glimpse into the relaxed pace of life in small town Alaska. In Seward, you will see whales and otters frolicking in the waves.Read more
Thousands of years of history come alive as you ferry across the Cabot Strait to explore the West Coast of Newfoundland & Labrador. Learn about ancient peoples-the Maritime Archaic and Dorset Indians at Port au Choix, the Vikings in L’Anse aux Meadows, and the Basque Whalers in Red Bay – as you meet the hospitable and friendly people of today. See the beauty of Gros Morne National Park – a UNESCO World Heritage Site and coastal fishing communities. Take a boat tour in St. Anthony (weather permitting) where you may see whales and, depending on the time of year, icebergs!Read more
This itinerary explores very diverse scenery, from the majestic snow-capped mountains of the Canadian Rockies, to the prairie lands of Alberta and the unique coulee landscapes and hoodoo rock formations in the Badlands. Visit the world-renowned Royal Tyrrell Museum devoted exclusively to the study of paleontology.Read more
Combine the highlights of these three scenic cities. Explore the vibrant metropolitan city of Vancouver, see the unique white beluga whales at the Vancouver Aquarium, try the the tree-top walk at Capilano Suspension Bridge, wander along English Bay and shop on Robson street. In Victoria visit the renowned Butchart Gardens, with over 22 hectares of colourful gardens. In Whistler you can join in one of the many adventure activities or just wander through this picturesque alpine resort.Read more
The Arctic Discovery is your immersion into one of the planet’s last untameable wilderness areas: the Canadian Arctic. Your stay at Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge — a member of National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World — boasts unrivaled access to polar bears, their denning areas and coastal habitat. Similar to our Hudson Bay Odyssey (see video below), but with the addition of two days exploring the port of Churchill and kayaking with beluga whales, the diverse and abundant wildlife on this safari combined with untouched terrain, make the Arctic Discovery one of our most loved trips.Read more
The Arctic Safari takes place in Canada’s last remaining wilderness — from the great tundra plains known as The Barren Lands, through “The Land of Little Sticks” and finally down to the rugged Hudson Bay coastline, home of the mighty polar bears. The Arctic Safari is a wildlife encounter second to none, with endless photo opportunities and experiences. You’ll cover up to 20,000 square km of the wildest regions in the Arctic, home to wolves, caribou, moose, three species of bears (polar, black and grizzly), Arctic and colored fox, wolverine, beaver, pine marten and a myriad of bird life.Read more
Come and explore the Canadian Rockies. Discover the city of Calgary before heading to Banff, Yoho and Jasper National Parks. See the iconic resorts of Banff, Lake Louise and Jasper. Rumble over the Athabasca Glacier on a massive Ice Machine, soar to the top of Sulphur Mountain in a gondola and explore the vibrant coastal city of Vancouver.Read more
Travel from Anchorage to the Yukon and view wildlife in the shadows of the impressive Mount McKinley in Denali National Park. Thrill at the mountain views in Kluane National Park and learn about Yukon and Alaska’s exciting gold rush history in Fairbanks and Whitehorse.Read more
Explore magnificent coastlines, landscapes and villages. Highlights include the thundering Niagara Falls, the picturesque Thousand Islands, the heritage and Parliament Buildings in Ottawa, the multicultural and vibrant city of Montréal and the charming French ambience and deep history of Québec City.Read more
Explore the province of Québec and discover the charms and adventure of Canada’s French-speaking province. Travel into the stunning Laurentian Mountains, with a vast sweep of coniferous forest dotted with hundreds of tranquil lakes and rivers. Wander the cobblestoned pathways of Old Québec and explore the spectacular Saguenay Region.Read more
Once called the Edge of the Earth, Newfoundland delivers a unique vacation experience. Get up close with a humpback whale, visit a UNESCO World Heritage Site, get a taste of traditional ‘screech’ and explore a rich culture and history. Come to the place where the New World begins. You will eat food you’ve never heard of before, drink the traditional “Screech”, sing a ballad or two and experience the unique history, environment, culture and life-style of the friendly and warmhearted people who love to live here. Some of the very best Newfoundland has to offer is featured in this comprehensive vacation: picturesque out ports, national parks, dramatic mountain-to-fjord scenery, and trips off-the-beaten-path.Read more
Travel by train on this journey from the prairies through the Canadian Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Coast. Cruise on picturesque Maligne Lake, rumble over the Athabasca Glacier on a massive Ice Machine, and soar to the top of Sulphur Mountain in a gondola.Read more
Enjoy some of the most breathtaking and varied rail scenery found anywhere in the world on this route. Experience the two day/one night train through the Rockies before joining VIA Rail for your three day journey across the Prairie Provinces to Toronto.Read more
History, scenery, culture and eclectic characters will all play an important role in your journey through Newfoundland. You will be inspired by the vivid streets of St. John’s, awed by the coastal views of the Atlantic Ocean, and uplifted by the notorious hospitality of the people who want you to love their home as much as they do.Read more
Kayaking the pristine waters around Fox Island is one of the best ways to get up close to the beauty and wonder of the region. Say goodbye to electronics when you stay at Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge and kayak the surrounding waters. Replenish your soul with serene beauty and fulfil your desire to experience true Alaska wilderness with the Fox Island Escape package. Enjoy two nights’ accommodation in a waterfront cabin and full or half day guided kayaking. Your stay culminates in a wildlife and glacier cruise with Kenai Fjords Tours. The friendly staff will tend to your every need. All meals are included and prepared by the island’s private chef along with a unique culinary program. No experience necessary for this adventure as kayak instruction is provided by skilled and knowledgeable guides.Read more
Enjoy amazing wildlife and breathtaking scenery; view whales, puffins, seals, otters, sea lions, cormorants and kittiwakes. This is a must for anyone interested in Alaska wildlife cruises, whale watching, Alaska bird watching and wildlife viewing. Boats are designed with your comfort in mind: view spectacular scenery through large picture windows in a heated cabin or get up close with walk-around outdoor decks. This lunch tour includes 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 offers something for everyone.Read more
Experience the Canadian Rockies from a new perspective while cruising beautiful Lake Minnewanka on this panoramic one-hour interpretive cruise. Bask in the breathtaking mountain scenery and emerald green waters as you survey the landscape for wildlife.
Along the way, the experienced captains will provide informative and entertaining commentary throughout the journey.
Your adventure begins with an eight-minute journey to the summit of Sulphur Mountain in a modern, fully-enclosed four passenger gondola cabin. Glide up over the treetops to the crest of a steep-sided Rocky Mountain peak and step out into a jaw-dropping mountaintop experience at an elevation of 2,281 metres (7,486 feet). Stroll along the ridgetop boardwalk where the views get better with every step. Then warm up inside the completely rebuilt, redesigned and reimagined Banff Gondola Summit, creating a world-class indoor experience that equals the awe-inspiring ridgetop boardwalk 2,900 feet above Banff. From new restaurants and interactive exhibits to a multi-sensory theatre and a breathtaking 360-degree rooftop observation deck, the all-new Banff Gondola experience heightens every sense.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
For quiet, comfort and beauty, escape to Bear Lodge – a popular location tucked between a 75-acre wildlife reserve and a 2,000-acre migratory waterfowl refuge with miles of nature trails and an on-site antique auto museum renowned for rare one-of-a-kind models and hundreds of authentic historic fashions. After your museum experience, enjoy an easy, pristine walk around Wander Lake. Bear Lodge offers spacious guestrooms with private balconies and exceptional guest service. Visitors will enjoy the inviting and relaxed atmosphere at the restaurant, bar and the Internet gift shop, featuring complimentary Internet access. Find your way to the fitness centre or use the on-site tram to get around the resort. During the summer, ride the free Around Town Express to popular locations. Enjoy the hospitality!Read more
Beck’s Kennels is one of the largest professional sled dog kennels in Canada. Over 150 happy, healthy huskies live at Beck’s Kennels. If you are looking for adventure along with a pristine wilderness tour, Beck’s Kennels is the place for you. You will also have the chance to meet with world champion dog musher, Grant Beck.Read more
Blachford Lake Lodge is located in the rugged wilderness of northern Canada, in prime Aurora-watching country. Perched overlooking Blachford Lake, it is a half-hour bush-plane flight from the city of Yellowknife. The lodge provides many of the benefits of a resort, with the priceless addition of the pristine wilderness, unpolluted by artificial light or noise.Read more
The Calgary Stampede invites you to dust off your boots, put on your cowboy hat and join us for a 10-day, city-wide western celebration. From the two-and-a-half-mile parade and the Stampede Rodeo’s Richest Afternoon to free pancake breakfasts, five stages of live music and adrenaline-pumping midway rides, there’s something for everyone at the Calgary Stampede.Read more
From the splendour of the Rocky Mountains to the heart of Destination Africa, the Calgary Zoo takes you to see almost 900 animals from around the world. Trek through the gorilla’s rainforest, safari over the Savannah to watch the hippos swim or climb the Canadian Wilds to see a grizzly bear and many other iconic Canadian species.Read more
Journey through the pristine Callaghan Valley to the historic Northair Goldmine site for a fabulous introduction to the backcountry. Follow wide, winding trails to an open play area. Experience the perfect mix of easy riding and spectacular scenery – ideal for first time snowmobilers, double riders and families!Read more
Breathtaking setting. Majestic architecture. Fascinating exhibitions. Welcome to Canada’s national Museum of History, exploring this country’s rich cultural heritage, including the outstanding achievements of First Peoples. Explore Canada’s history through the diverse experiences and perspectives of the real people who lived it. Discover a story of conflict, struggle and loss, as well as success, achievement and hope. The new signature exhibition, the Canadian History Hall, illuminates the enduring legacy of Canada’s past – a legacy that is alive, relevant and continually unfolding. The museum is home to the Children’s Museum and CINÉ+.Read more
Canada is all about nature, and no trip to Ottawa is complete without a visit to the Canadian Museum of Nature, a historic “castle” in downtown Ottawa. Minutes from Parliament Hill, the museum features world-class galleries representing Canada’s diverse nature. See iconic mammals of Canada shown in their natural habitats, Canada’s original collection of dinosaur fossils, a blue whale skeleton, the largest collection of Canadian birds on display and an amazing variety of rocks and minerals. Immerse yourself in Canada’s Arctic in the new Canada Goose Arctic Gallery! Outside, explore three of Canada’s ecozones in the Landscapes of Canada Gardens. 3D movies, special exhibitions and guided tours (by reservation, minimum 15 people) are also available.Read more
This newly renovated and modernized hotel of 119 guestrooms offers a variety of luxury accommodations. The hotel features include the Silverwater Grill and Lounge, a fitness centre, the Mountain Wellness Day Spa, business centre, indoor swimming pool and Jacuzzi. All 109 standard rooms are equipped with electric fireplace, microwave, mini fridge, bar sink and free Wi-Fi.Read more
Chelsea Hotel provides comfort in the heart of downtown Toronto. Guests are within walking distance of prime retail districts, colourful neighbourhoods and tourist attractions. The hotel features three in-house dining options, separate adult and family recreation areas and free Wi-Fi, providing travellers with essential amenities and reliable service at exceptional value.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.Read more
Enjoy this authentic mountain community nestled in the heart of the spectacular Canadian Rockies when you visit the Coast Canmore Hotel & Conference Centre. Located just 15 minutes from the town of Banff and one hour west of Calgary, the Coast Canmore Hotel offers both accessibility and respite from the hustle and bustle.Read more
Coast Capri Hotel is walking distance to picturesque Okanagan Lake and steps from some of the best shopping, restaurants, entertainment and nightlife Kelowna has to offer. The hotel features 185 rooms, parking, complimentary Wi-Fi, a business centre and more. Dine poolside at Vintner’s Poolside Grill and enjoy live entertainment on Friday and Saturday evenings.Read more
Boasting 220 guestrooms, each featuring floor-to-ceiling windows and sleek workspaces, the Coast Coal Harbour is one of the city’s most environmentally friendly hotels, with a strict Zero Waste management system.
Centrally located in the heart of downtown Vancouver’s business district and steps from the Vancouver Convention Centre, Gastown, Robson Street shopping and restaurants, Canada Place cruise ship terminal, Stanley Park and the Seawall, the Coast Coal Harbour is for travellers who like to experience contemporary accommodation in the heart of the city. Complimentary Wi-Fi is available.
The Coast Hillcrest Hotel is nestled between the spectacular Monashee and Selkirk Mountains, which lets you appreciate the gorgeous views this area has to offer. It provides the perfect jumping off point for hiking, fishing, heli-skiing, rock climbing, mountain-biking and a whole lot more.Read more
On the Northern Passage Route, this downtown Prince George location is close to movie theatres, live theatres, restaurants, boutiques and more. For the shopping-inclined, you will not want to miss the many outlets close by. The Coast Inn of the North in Prince George has a range of modern and spacious accommodations available, all of which come with complimentary Wi-Fi and local calls, flat screen TVs and more. You’ll also have access to the well-equipped fitness facility. Don’t forget to stop by the hotel’s award-winning restaurants: Shogun Japanese Steakhouse for Teppanyaki-style dining, and the newly opened Winston’s Resto-Bar. Also try the Coffee Garden for casual dining between 6.30am–2pm.Read more
This luxuriously comfortable full-service hotel features beautiful views of the North and South Thompson Rivers and city centre. It offers a fresh, culturally infused full-service restaurant, complimentary Wi-Fi and parking and a saltwater pool and hot tub in a tropical atrium. Welcoming staff and top-notch amenities ensure your stay will be memorable and relaxing!Read more
Conveniently located between the Calgary International Airport and the city centre, easily accessible from all major driving routes and in the heart of the northeast business community, this hotel is an ideal stop for any traveller. It is within walking distance to two shopping centres, a variety of dining and entertainment destinations and the light rail transit system. Also within very close proximity are the Calgary Zoo, TELUS Spark Science Centre and the Calgary Stampede. Complimentary parking, Wi-Fi and a business centre are available to all guests. Enjoy contemporary cuisine in Horizons Bistro or spend a relaxing evening in Barrington’s Lounge. For those wishing to expend some energy, the hotel features a fitness room, indoor pool and sauna.Read more
Coast Sundance Lodge offers the best ski-in/ski-out location in all of Sun Peaks. This is the perfect spot to take advantage of some of the best hiking, biking and golfing in the area. The lodge features 84 spacious hotel rooms, suites and lofts, all of which come with kitchens or kitchenettes. Most rooms have beautiful, unobstructed views of the mountain and village.Read more
Escape to the remote comforts and warm hospitality of the exclusive Denali Backcountry Lodge, located in Kantishna in the heart of Denali National Park and Preserve. Enjoy all the comforts of an all-inclusive stay with ample opportunity to explore the ruggedly wondrous backcountry with guided hikes and activities, or on your own with equipment rentals.Read more
Experience the absolute definition of what it means to unwind with an escape to the simple comforts of the charming Denali Cabins, located in the vibrant landscapes of Denali National Park and Preserve. Just 13 kilometres south of the national park entrance, the Denali Cabins are a favourite retreat among the local Alaskans and the perfect base camp to embark on all your Denali adventures.Read more
Walk in the footsteps of pre-historic giants at Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site. On this full-day tour from Calgary, you will discover one of the worlds richest deposits of dinosaur fossils. Be amazed by the stunning landscape, roam among the otherworldly sandstone hoodoos and explore the fossil exhibit to see the dinosaurs that roamed the land 75 million years ago, right here in the heart of The Canadian Badlands.
Your admission to the fossil exhibit and guided tour of The Badlands Trail is included. Tours depart from The Calgary Tower every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 17 to August 31, 2019.
This hotel references the natural elegance of the Frank Lloyd Wright era and the rustic timeless architecture of a Grand National Park Lodge. It is located two short blocks from the brink of the falls and 365 metres to Fallsview Casino. This hotel features spacious guestrooms, most with two queen beds. Buchanans Dining Room and Starbucks are located on-site.Read more
The stylish DoubleTree by Hilton Regina Hotel & Conference Centre offers 235 modern guestrooms. It is located in the heart of downtown, close to Casino Regina, shopping and a wide array of restaurants and bars. Regina is home to the RCMP and ten minutes from the RCMP Heritage Museum. All stays include full buffet breakfast. The hotel also features a Starbucks in the lobby.Read more
The new DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Suites Victoria boasts an ideal location just steps away from the Inner Harbour, shopping, whale watching, museums and many arts and cultural activities. Enjoy a warm welcome when you stay at this contemporary hotel in Victoria, BC, as you are greeted with a signature DoubleTree Chocolate Chip Cookie on arrival. Feel at home in a spacious guestroom, fitted with a Sweet Dreams® by DoubleTree bed, accompanied by down-filled pillows, duvet and plush that will have you waking up feeling revitalized. Each guestroom is also fully equipped with an LCD TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, refrigerator, microwave and ergonomic workspace. Many of the guestrooms offer spectacular views.Read more
Whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure, DoubleTree by Hilton West Edmonton is the perfect oasis. Feel welcome the moment you arrive as you receive a freshly baked chocolate chip cookie. Settle into a contemporary guestroom equipped with thoughtful amenities, dine at Stages Kitchen & Bar, or discover a unique experience at the Mayfield Dinner Theatre.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.Read more
Inspired by the hotel’s location at the intersection of Elk Street and Banff Avenue, the Elk + Avenue lives at the intersection of rugged mountains and modern amenities. Elk + Avenue is a comfortable and contemporary basecamp for Banff exploration. Guests can expect warm and inviting accommodations that celebrate the authentic history and natural landscape of Banff and the surrounding area.
Just a short stroll from boutique shopping and local dining, Elk + Avenue is the epitome of mountain comfort and ease, all while maintaining its great location and genuine mountain experience. Fully-renovated, all-new modern guestrooms provide an in-room experience that is warm and inviting with natural mountain accents, and come equipped with modern showers, comfortable bedding and a stunning Canadian Rockies-inspired accent wall that is sure to bring the beautiful outdoors in.
Hotel amenities include: Keurig coffee and tea makers, pillow top mattresses, in-room fans, flat screen TVs, complimentary Wi-Fi, hot tub, sauna and steam room, ski storage and lock-up.
The fully-renovated, all-new modern public spaces provide a welcoming guest experience and ample common space for guests to connect.
Experience the unique convenience West Edmonton Mall has to offer and enjoy exclusive shopping, fine dining, exciting entertainment and thriving nightlife. Inspired by the traditional urban bazaars of Persia, this complex welcomes over 30 million visitors a year, making it the number one attraction in Alberta.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 positioned 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.Read more
FlyOver Canada utilizes state-of-the-art technology to reveal some of Canada’s most awe-inspiring sights as you have never seen them before. Hang suspended, feet dangling, before a 20-metre spherical screen while their film whisks you away on an exhilarating eight-minute journey across Canada, from east to west. FlyOver Canada’s film crew spent more than a year travelling from coast to coast to capture some of Canada’s most spectacular and iconic locations. Special effects, including wind, mist and scents, combine with the ride’s motion to create a unique and memorable experience.
On this incredible journey of discovery you’ll travel from coast to coast, covering more than 6,000 kilometres – all while never leaving Vancouver!
Newfoundland’s Fogo Island Inn sits on an island, off an island, at one of the four corners of the earth. Commissioned by the Shorefast Foundation and designed by Newfoundland-born architect Todd Saunders, the inn has quickly garnered an international reputation for exceptional, embodied, place-specific hospitality and bold, thoughtful, humanistic and contemporary design.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
The Gatherall family and staff have been welcoming visitors on this exciting and educational puffin and whale watch cruise for over 30 years. The team loves to share the natural and cultural heritage of the area with guests. Each summer, year after year, numerous species of whales, along with puffins and a multitude of other seabird species, return to the rich waters of the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve. Occasionally, incredible icebergs arrive just in time to enchant and astound guests.
While the staff, services and equipment have grown from humble beginnings, they strive to remain true to their roots – providing a real experience for all guests.
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 the 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
Feed your adrenaline and 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 the grand finale of this experience; a glass-floored observation platform 280 metres (918 feet) over the Sunwapta Valley. This is a bird’s-eye view that’s fully accessible to all abilities and is an incredibly unique perspective of nature at its finest.
This entire journey is presented in an interpretive storytelling format that will connect you on a deeper level with the natural world. It’s a place so special that only a handful of people in the world have had the opportunity to experience it. In other words, it’s flat out awesome!
<strong>A River of Ice. A Blanket of Stars.</strong>
Nestled in a high alpine zone dominated by the iconic Columbia Icefield, the Glacier View Lodge (formerly the Glacier View Inn) will be an experience like no other. The fully renovated hotel space, created by globally-acclaimed design firm Dialog, includes 32 alpine-inspired contemporary guest rooms and an exclusive premium lounge with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the breathtaking Athabasca Glacier. This glacier get-away pairs an incredible setting with exclusive experiences that are sure to wow guests when it opens summer 2019.
Enjoy the best views of Québec City, a UNESCO world heritage treasure. The “City Tour” aboard an ultramodern helicopter features a flyover of the famous Québec Bridge, the longest cantilever bridge in the world. Then continue your flight along the St. Lawrence River and the Québec escarpment. Admire National Battlefields Park – better known as the Plains of Abraham – from up high. Next is a bird’s-eye panorama of Québec City’s fortifications, including the vast star-shaped Citadel perched atop Cape Diamond. Through the large windows of the helicopter, take in the view of the Dufferin Terrace, one of the city’s leading attractions, and the spectacular Château Frontenac, considered to be the most photographed hotel in the world. On the return route, you’ll fly over the city centre.Read more
In the company of a professional Québec guide, this English-only Québec City walking tour will lead you and 14 other participants on a leisurely descending path through all the important sites of Old Québec. Over the course of two hours, The Grand Tour covers the architecture, the marking events and the Québec people’s history. It meanders next to Québec historical sites.Read more
Genuine Alaskan hospitality, inviting accommodations and spectacular views await at the Grande Denali Lodge, located high on the slopes of Sugarloaf Mountain, above the hustle and bustle of the highway. The Grande Denali lobby features warm timbered log accents, a stone fireplace, high vaulted ceilings and large windows with views of Denali National Park Canyon.Read more
The Great George Hotel is Charlottetown’s 4.5-star award-winning, historic boutique hotel. A unique collection of 17 lovingly restored heritage buildings, with 50 stylishly appointed guestrooms, all richly renovated with their own character and story. The perfect combination of modern luxury and historic elegance.Read more
The award-winning Hampton Inn Anchorage hotel, surrounded by majestic mountains, offers a panoramic view and a quiet retreat in the heart of Anchorage, Alaska. Conveniently located near Ted Stevens International Airport, with free shuttle service to the airport and downtown Anchorage. Come see why this hotel received a 2016 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Award.
Enjoy free Wi-Fi access and start each day with Hampton’s free hot breakfast. Relax in a guestroom with a king- or queen-size bed and LED HDTV. Rooms with a sofa bed or whirlpool are also available. The lobby’s lodge design creates a unique Anchorage ambiance and comfortable setting. Stay at the Hampton Inn Anchorage and experience all that the area has to offer. Attend the ceremonial start of the Iditarod and enjoy the Fur Rendezvous Festival. Discover natural wildlife at the Alaska Zoo, or take the kids to the Imaginarium Discovery Center. The Alaska Native Heritage Center provides cultural presentations on the state’s indigenous people. Exhibits at the Anchorage Museum showcase Alaska’s art and history. Explore the Anchorage coastline along the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail or hike Flattop Mountain. Plan an extended stay to fully appreciate Alaska’s beautiful wilderness.
Hampton Inn by Hilton Halifax Downtown is an inviting, contemporary hotel featuring 181 guestrooms, including 93 rooms with two queen beds, in the heart of downtown. This Hilton hotel is ideally located within walking distance of Halifax attractions such as the famous Halifax boardwalk and the Scotiabank Centre. Located at the base of the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site, this downtown hotel offers guests easy access to leisure options, shopping, entertainment and restaurants. Unwind in this Hampton hotel’s spacious rooms after a busy day of exploring Halifax. Each morning, savour Hampton’s free hot breakfast buffet and enjoy free tea and coffee any time in the welcoming lobby. Located 30 minutes from the Halifax International Airport.Read more
Be in the heart of it all at the new Hampton Inn & Suites Québec/St-Romuald. Its convenient location makes it easy for travellers to access the city and the Trans-Canada Highway. The hotel is just a 20-minute drive to Québec International Airport and five minutes from the train and bus stations. Steps away from all major tourist attractions, such as the Aquarium du Québec.Read more
Two great hotels, one great location! The Hampton Inn and Homewood Suites by Hilton Calgary Airport North are just minutes from the Calgary International Airport and Calgary’s greatest attractions.
Offering a complimentary hot breakfast buffet, swimming pool, fitness centre, basketball court and a complimentary 24-hour airport shuttle.
Relax at Hampton Inn by Hilton Kamloops and enjoy a refreshing suburban retreat with a wide choice of amenities included in your stay. Set just 20 minutes from Kamloops Airport, this hotel is conveniently located only ten minutes from downtown. Upgrade to a spacious suite with a separate living area and make yourself at home with a microwave and refrigerator. Wake up with a Hampton’s free hot breakfast, or grab breakfast to go from Monday through Friday. Sip on complimentary tea and coffee in the cozy hotel lobby and stay in touch with free Wi-Fi in public areas. Catch up with work in the 24-hour business centre, or re-energize with a workout in the fitness centre. Relax in the indoor pool, whirlpool or waterslide, or get out and explore BC’s breathtaking scenery and discover adventure.Read more
The Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Moncton has 126 well-appointed rooms including 42 rooms with two queen beds. Situated in the Moncton shopping district, the hotel offers complimentary Wi-Fi, ample free parking as well as a great hot breakfast buffet to start your day. Within minutes of this Moncton hotel, you’ll find family fun at Magic Mountain Water Park. Treat yourself to a unique adventure at TreeGo, a series of obstacle courses, rope swings, zip lines and swinging bridges high among the trees of Centennial Park. Play in the sand or have a picnic on one of Moncton’s beaches. After a full day of sightseeing or shopping, relax in the hotel’s indoor pool, then fall asleep in the crisp linens on your clean and fresh Hampton bed™.Read more
Hampton by Hilton Ottawa has 179 rooms, four of which are accessible. It offers free parking, breakfast and Internet access. Guests can relax in a clean and fresh Hampton bed. The hotel offers an indoor swimming pool and gym for guest use. Hampton Inn Ottawa is situated a few minutes’ drive from downtown Ottawa and Parliament Hill.Read more
Welcome to the “Golden Heart City”, Fairbanks – the core of Alaska’s Arctic. Friendly service, clean rooms and comfortable surroundings – that’s their promise and your guarantee. That’s 100% Hampton! Enjoy a free freshly baked, hot breakfast every day and free high-speed Internet access (wired and wireless) in your room and public areas. Amenities include a microwave and refrigerator in every room, an indoor pool and hot tub, on-site fitness centre and complimentary airport shuttle service between the hotel and the airport or train station. Easy access to shopping, dining and the downtown business district. Offering year-round access to one of the best top-of-the-world locations.Read more
Your home away from home in Sydney, Nova Scotia. Hampton Inn by Hilton in Sydney, Nova Scotia is centrally located near Exit 7A, off Highway 125, minutes away from downtown, local attractions, restaurants and shopping. The hotel is conveniently connected to the Membertou Trade & Convention Centre via a pedestrian walkway. Savour flavours at Kiju’s, one of Sydney’s top restaurants, and enjoy a variety of live entertainment, conferences and special events within the centre.
Begin each day in Sydney, Nova Scotia’s Hampton Inn with a cup of fresh coffee brewed in your room, then enjoy Hampton’s free hot breakfast in the dining area. Plan your day’s activities using the free Wi-Fi in your room.
This hotel boasts a convenient location minutes from the Toronto Pearson International Airport. Start your day right with Hampton’s free hot breakfast and famous waffles. Work out in the well-equipped fitness centre or refresh with a few laps in the indoor pool. After a long day, retire to your room and watch your favourite show while staying connected with free Wi-Fi.Read more
Just two minutes’ drive from James Richardson International Airport, the Hampton Inn by Hilton Winnipeg offers easy access to downtown Winnipeg, located just 15 minutes away.
Your stay at the Hampton Inn Winnipeg includes complimentary Wi-Fi, complimentary guest parking, full hot breakfast, state-of-the-art fitness centre and saltwater pool and spa.
Explore authentic interactive history, take a ride on a thundering steam train, become an intrepid voyageur or fill a paper bag full of treats at the candy store. Visit Plains First Nations people at the encampment or the impressive collection of antique vehicles at the Gasoline Alley Museum.Read more
The Hilton Garden Inn Anchorage hotel, a 2016 TripAdvisor award winner, is located in midtown Anchorage, just a short drive from Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. Guests enjoy free 24-hour airport shuttle service and free Wi-Fi access. Enjoy local golfing, hiking and fishing, as well as restaurants and shopping located within walking distance, including the Golden Corral, TGI Fridays, Starbucks and many more. Each of the 125 newly renovated rooms at the Hilton Garden Inn Anchorage hotel make you feel right at home. Sleep deep in your signature King Garden Sleep System® bed or two doubles with plush bedding and soft down pillows and make tasty treats when you want with an in-room hospitality area featuring a microwave, refrigerator and Keurig® coffee maker.Read more
In trendy East Village, this beautifully designed hotel is located close to downtown attractions, restaurants and stunning surroundings. With 198 guestrooms in total, 44 of which have two queen beds, the hotel also features a 24-hour fitness centre, an indoor pool and hot tub and a full-service restaurant and bar.Read more
Choose a spacious, comfortable guestroom or suite at the Hilton Garden Inn Ottawa Airport hotel. Located five minutes from Ottawa MacDonald Cartier International Airport and 15 minutes from downtown Ottawa, the hotel is in an ideal location for business travellers and guests on vacation.
Whether you’re travelling on business or vacationing with family, Hilton Garden Inn Ottawa Airport guarantees you a cooked-to-order breakfast, complimentary Internet access and an on-site restaurant. The on-site herb garden adds an extra touch of freshness to the delicious meals prepared in The Garden Grille & Bar.
The Hilton Garden Inn Toronto Airport features 224 spacious guestrooms, including suites, a 24-hour business centre, Wi-Fi and a 24/7 airport shuttle. It offers approximately 5,000 square feet of flexible event space, dedicated boardrooms, state-of-the-art audio visual, creative menu selections and a professional staff to flawlessly execute your conference or social event.Read more
At the new Hilton Garden Inn Winnipeg, you’ll find an open, inviting atmosphere with warm, sunny service – from the first hello to the next. The award-winning Hilton Garden Inn hotel brand provides guests with upscale accommodations and the modern amenities needed for a successful and comfortable experience for both business and leisure guests. Thoughtful touches will make your stay easier and more comfortable. Your room is your retreat. End your day with an ahhhh as you sink into the comfort of crisp, cool sheets. Then, in the morning, fix fresh, fragrant coffee by the cup from your own personal coffee maker.
Hilton Garden Inn Winnipeg’s goal is to make your stay better and brighter.
Overlooking Niagara Falls, this 52-storey luxury high-rise is Canada’s highest hotel and will surpass the expectations of international travellers. It is also Canada’s largest Hilton property with 1000 deluxe resort-style rooms (500 have a view of the falls). Two of the restaurants, Pranzo Ristorante Italiano and Brasa Brazilian Steakhouse, both seat 300 people. The Watermark Restaurant features panoramic fallsview dining – Niagara’s most exclusive dining experience. There is a glass-enclosed walkway to the Fallsview Casino, the city’s finest entertainment and shopping centre. Hilton Hotel & Suites Niagara is one block to the falls and provides a complimentary shuttle to Falls Avenue and Casino Niagara.Read more
Hilton Québec City hotel is the perfect base for exploring the heritage and charm of Canada’s oldest city. Located on Parliament Hill, Hilton Québec is just a 20-minute drive to Québec International Airport and five minutes from the train and bus stations. This Québec City hotel is steps from all major tourist attractions and festivals. Enjoy proximity to the city’s government and business attractions. Visit the Old Town to take in Québec’s culture and historical significance, then retire to a spacious guestroom at Hilton Québec and enjoy striking views of the St. Lawrence River and Old Québec. Executive rooms provide exclusive access to the stunning Executive Lounge with complimentary continental breakfast in the morning and hors d’oeuvres and drinks in the evening.Read more
The Hilton Saint John has a spectacular waterfront location in the heart of uptown Saint John with 197 spacious and well-appointed guestrooms. It is conveniently connected via indoor pedway to shopping, restaurants and attractions and only steps away from Harbour Passage – Saint John’s waterfront walkway. Hotel amenities include an indoor saltwater pool, sauna and fitness centre. All guestrooms are equipped with one king bed or two queen beds, a 32-inch TV, mini fridges, in-room coffee/tea, hair dryer, iron/ironing board, voicemail, in-room safes, Hilton Serenity Bed and Bath Collection and Peter Thomas Roth bath products. The York Bistro + Pub, with a seasonal outdoor patio, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, offering a varied menu featuring fresh, local ingredients.Read more
Be at the centre of the action when you stay at the Hilton Toronto! It is located in the heart of downtown Toronto’s entertainment, fashion and shopping district, close to Union Station, and is connected to the PATH system – the city’s downtown underground pedestrian walkway. The 27 kilometres of connecting tunnel ensures easy access around the city, and is home to the world’s largest underground shopping space, offering over 1,200 outlets. The Hilton Toronto offers spacious guestrooms with breathtaking views of the city from the floor-to-ceiling windows! Unwind at the end of a busy day with a workout in the 24-hour fitness centre, or swim laps in the heated indoor and outdoor pools. Dine on Canadian specialties at Tundra Restaurant or Ruth’s Chris Steak House.Read more
The Hilton Whistler Resort and Spa is ideally situated in the heart of Whistler Village at the base of both Whistler and Blackcomb ski gondolas. Boasting the most spacious full-service guestrooms in the village, guests enjoy luxurious deep soaker tubs, with many rooms offering full-size kitchens. Take off your skis after a long day and enjoy what this Whistler resort has to offer. Swim lengths in the heated outdoor swimming pool or relax in the hot tub. Work out in the 24-hour fitness centre, fully equipped with cardio equipment and weights. Treat yourself to a day in the Taman Sari Royal Heritage Spa, or play a set of tennis on the court. To top it all off, enjoy a selection of Pacific Northwest creations at the Cinnamon Bear Grille restaurant.Read more
Enjoy the spacious guestrooms and convenient location of the Hilton Winnipeg Airport Suites hotel. Ideally located in Winnipeg Airport Industrial Park, with easy access to all that downtown Winnipeg has to offer. Use the complimentary airport shuttle service to and from the hotel. Polo Park Mall – the largest shopping centre in Manitoba, featuring over 200 stores – is less than 3.5 kilometres away.
The rooms and suites are designed with comfort and convenience in mind, providing a place to unwind or to catch up on work. Experience Hilton’s own “Serenity Collection” Pillowtop mattress, and enjoy a wet bar including mini-refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker in every room.
Feel at home in a spacious studio or one-bedroom suite. The versatile ‘Working Wall’ lets you customize your hotel room to fit your needs. Connect to social networks using complimentary Wi-Fi and channel surf on the 42-inch HDTV. The kitchen, equipped with a microwave and refrigerator, makes cleanup quicker with a dishwasher, too. Pack the bowl and leash and bring the dog.Read more
Nestled in the heart of a scenic village at the foot of the mountain, Hilton Homewood Suites Mont-Tremblant is a ski-in/ski-out hotel, offering easy access to ski tracks or hiking trails. Enjoy the comforts of home at the Mont Tremblant hotel in a spacious one or two-bedroom suite with a fully-equipped kitchen and separate living and sleeping areas. Relax on a comfortable couch in your living room with a fireplace and unwind in front of a 37-inch LCD TV. Stay connected with complimentary Internet access and rest in a comfortable queen-size bed in a separate bedroom with its own remote-control TV. Complimentary breakfast buffet and indoor parking also included. Experience true joie de vivre!Read more
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 or 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.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 to 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
A territory larger than life, Nunavut’s horizon stretches out to infinity. The indescribable beauty of the arctic landscape is the result of the last glacial era. The land is made up of vast expanses of tundra, an immense ocean, small friendly towns and breathtaking scenery. Up here, the caribou pursue their ancestral migratory trails and the polar bear is still king of the ice.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
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.
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 offers the best views of Canada’s largest Rocky Mountain National Park and is located a convenient eight kilometres from the Jasper town site.Read more
Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge is located 12 nautical miles from Seward on Fox Island in the protected waters of Resurrection Bay. Operating in the summer months of June, July and August, the lodge is easily accessible by a short boat ride through calm waters. In 2013, Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge debuted a new main lodge, complete with an expanded kitchen and formal culinary program featuring the wild Alaska salmon belly (an underutilized piece of the salmon) and locally harvested beach greens. The new 3,300-square-foot building is re-positioned on the apex of the beach, with two-storey windows overlooking Resurrection Bay.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, Kings Landing has brought New Brunswick’s loyalist history to life for millions of guests. You will have the opportunity to discover and explore rural New Brunswick’s culture and heritage. Your experience is limited only by your imagination!Read more
A resort for all seasons, the Lake Louise Inn is the perfect choice for your Rocky Mountain getaway. All guest accommodations provide the comfort and convenience of modern amenities, like free Wi-Fi, in a beautiful and rustic mountain setting. Individual room and suite styles may feature kitchens, balconies, patios, or Jacuzzi tubs. Take in the spectacular mountain scenery through floor-to-ceiling windows as you relax and unwind in the heated indoor pool and whirlpools. Guests can also enjoy many dining options, from cozy dining at Legends Restaurant, après-ski/hike at Explorers Lounge or family-style dining in Timberwolf Pizza & Pasta Cafe. Come and enjoy a great location near Lake Louise Village and the Lake Louise Ski Resort and experience the best of Banff National Park.Read more
Adjacent to Notre-Dame Basilica, Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel Montréal offers you a unique Old Montréal experience. Guests will be lured by the unparalleled ‘cachet’ of this 4-star, 4-diamond boutique hotel. The 108 spacious and elegant suites overlooking the courtyard garden or the cobblestone streets of Old Montréal, the warmth of the lobby, the refined cuisine of Sinclair restaurant and the attentive staff all invite you to take full advantage of your stay.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 entertain 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.Read more
Whether you are travelling with your family, a group or looking for a personal adventure, set your sights on Lobstick Lodge – the perfect place to base your exploration of Jasper. Offering 139 spacious accommodations with 43 kitchen suites, three outdoor Jacuzzis and a heated indoor pool, you will find everything you need at Lobstick Lodge.Read more
The Lord Nelson Hotel & Suites is an unforgettable downtown Halifax landmark overlooking the famed Victorian Public Gardens. Surround yourself with the warm and rich ambiance of the unique historic architecture and beautifully-appointed guestrooms and suites.
Located on the vibrant corner of Spring Garden Road and South Park Street, you are steps away from the finest shopping, dining and entertainment venues. Citadel Hill, universities, hospitals and the waterfront are all within easy walking distance from the hotel. As Halifax’s most historic hotel, The Lord Nelson’s elegance, charm and Maritime hospitality attract guests from around the world, including royalty, politicians and celebrities.
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 two 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.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.Read more
This 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. You will learn about Jasper’s Maligne Valley, Karst topography and the mystery of the “disappearing” Medicine Lake.
The Icewalk Tour covers approximately 3.5 kilometres (2.1 miles) and is mostly downhill. Participants are required to dress appropriately for the weather. Transportation is included and pick-ups are available from all Jasper accommodations.
Declared the “Best Boat Cruise in Canada” by 8 million Reader’s Digest subscribers, the Maligne Lake Cruise is an experience like no other. Join this panoramic tour across the crystal waters of magical Maligne Lake, fed by the glaciers of Jasper National Park. Glide past the jagged mountain peaks as you cruise to Spirit Island, a world-famous destination only accessible by boat.
The Maligne Lake Cruise has been providing visitors with the opportunity to discover the world-famous Spirit Island for over 60 years through interpretive boat cruises in Jasper National Park. Visitors can explore the lake from the comfort of glass-enclosed and heated cruise boats while a knowledgeable guide retells Maligne’s history and explains its geology, wildlife, weather, flora and fauna.
Located in the heart of the historic, culturally vibrant and gastronomic activity of Old Québec City, Hotel Manoir Victoria extends a warm and friendly welcome. All rooms have been renovated with upscale contemporary furniture and décor. You will also enjoy the trendy atmosphere and inventive Nordic-inspired menu of renowned Chez Boulay – Bistro Boréal. Free high-speed Internet access, indoor pool, sauna, fitness centre and indoor parking. Take advantage of the privileged location of Hotel Manoir Victoria, just steps away from attractions, boutiques and restaurants.Read more
Marmot Basin is the only ski area in Jasper National Park; an 11,000-square-kilometre wilderness that 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.Read more
Nestled in the trees on beautifully maintained grounds, Marmot Lodge offers an elegant stay at affordable rates. Guests enjoy 107 rooms in a variety of styles, many with cozy fireplaces. In addition to award-winning dining at Embers Steakhouse, you can often catch a glimpse of wildlife from your room and the picturesque mountain vista is a welcome sight for all travellers.Read more
Trek through a forest full of mystery along an old trapper’s path, deep into an ancient forest in the Callaghan Valley. Learn traditional knowledge and sample healing teas from the plants that grow along the Medicine Trail. Hear about the area’s traditional uses and ways of the past. Let your imagination go as you gaze upon giant cedar, fir and hemlock.Read more
A convenient location on Jasper’s Main Street and complimentary continental breakfast makes the Mount Robson Inn a preferred place to stay in Jasper. Enjoy the comforts of well-appointed rooms and suites, each with pillowtop mattresses, flat screen TVs with satellite, a mini fridge, microwave, coffee station and free Wi-Fi. Guests enjoy the on-site outdoor hot tubs, complimentary continental breakfast buffet, guest laundry facility and ski storage. Visit Jasper to hike, watch wildlife, gaze at amazing mountain ranges, photograph pristine glacial lakes, ski, snowboard, golf and other activities. Spend an afternoon on a boat cruise of Maligne Lake and then peruse the local shops just a short walk from your hotel.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 snow-capped 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.Read more
Be thrilled by the sensation of driving or share this mountain experience with a friend as you embark on a classic après tour. Meander through old growth forest at dusk, then on to the mid-mountain playground on your way to the charming Crystal Hut. Enjoy a warm snack, then step out onto the deck of the rustic alpine cabin to take in the panoramic mountain views.Read more
Just a five-minute drive from the world-famous Lake Louise, the Mountaineer Lodge offers some of the best accommodations in Lake Louise. This 80-room hotel offers a variety of accommodations ranging from standard and deluxe guestrooms to two-bedroom suites. All rooms and suites include pillowtop beds, microwave and mini fridge, flat screen satellite TV, coffee station and free Wi-Fi. Guests are sure to enjoy the continental breakfast buffet, indoor hot tub, steam room, ski waxing room, laundry facilities and ski storage. At the Mountaineer Lodge, you are on the doorstep of Banff National Park’s wilderness, attractions, ski area and year-round activities.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. Departing Lake Louise, this guided excursion explores the natural attractions of Yoho National Park. Here you can visit the Natural Bridge and Takakkaw Falls. 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
For an exclusive dining experience, journey to the quaint and charming Crystal Hut, perched atop Blackcomb Mountain at 6,000 feet. Drive your own snowmobile or share with a friend, or choose to ride in the comfort of the luxury Snowcat. Enjoy your chef’s local interpretation of a traditional candle-lit fondue dinner accompanied by wine.Read more
My Backyard Tours professionally guided tours offer personalized service, and participants’ interests are incorporated into the city, capital sites and Meet the Artist gallery tours, which range from two to three hours in length. My Backyard Tours also offers hiking tours, boat sightseeing tours, fishing tours and Northern Light tours in autumn and winter.Read more
NARWAL offers year-round opportunities for you to learn and explore. In the spring and summer, tours include the floating dinner theatre, hiking, fishing, motorboat tours, paddling day tours, half day tours and multi-day tours. In the fall and winter, you can view Aurora by voyageur canoe, go on an ice cave adventure or build an igloo.Read more
See Canada’s visual arts treasures within the lively Ottawa ByWard Market. Discover the remarkable stories that have shaped this country in the completely reinvented Canadian and Indigenous Galleries. Love photography? You won’t want to miss the gallery’s new Canadian Photography Institute. If the great masters are more your style, the gallery is your destination for the country’s finest collection of European art. In addition to the exquisite national collection, during any visit you can take in world-class special exhibitions and engaging activities for all ages. Shop the newly renovated boutique, and dine in the restaurant with spectacular views of the Canadian Parliament buildings and the river below. Come celebrate creativity at one of Canada’s most impressive landmarks.Read more
Nature Tours Yukon provides bucket list worthy experiences and nature photography adventures in Alaska and Canada’s Yukon and Northwest Territories. Their custom-made trips and small group nature adventures focus on authentic experiences in one of the planet’s most riveting nature destinations.
Nature adventures are only as good as your guide. Despite all the intricate planning that goes into creating a superlative nature adventure, Nature Tours Yukon knows a successful trip can only happen with an extraordinary guide at the helm. That’s why they have a collection of fine Yukon wilderness guides! Not many companies undertake in-depth guide training as they do. Nature Tours Yukon has the most experienced guides available in Yukon. They also have some of the smallest groups in the industry. Nature Tours Yukon knows that meaningful nature encounters must take place in small groups. That’s why the trips average just five to twelve guests, by far the smallest groups in the industry. This not only guarantees you much more personal, close-up wildlife encounters, it also ensures a lower-impact presence on the planet’s special places.
floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the falls. Take an exhilarating ride aboard the Hornblower Niagara Cruise that takes you to the base of the Horseshoe Falls. Then head to the whirlpool, where you can take a helicopter ride (for an additional fee). Before leaving Niagara Falls, you will stop at the Table Rock complex, where you have free time to take in a closer view of the waterfall. Time is allocated for souvenir shopping and photo opportunities.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 4,100 feet and learn about spawning salmon at the Capilano Fish Hatchery.Read more
Newfoundland’s award-winning boat tour – voted best boat tour by Newfoundlanders. Join the two-hour adventure creating memories that will last a lifetime. Cruise to the Witless Bay Ecological Reserve, home to half a million Atlantic puffins and millions of other seabirds. Watch the largest population of humpback whales frolic right before your eyes. Feel the chill as you sail past towering 10,000-year-old icebergs. The guides have been offering professional tours to visitors and locals alike for over 30 years. Ride in comfort on the new custom-built, stable vessel featuring a fully-enclosed heated cabin with panoramic viewing. Daily tours May–September. Group rates, private charters and customized packages are available. Features: shuttle service, Sailor’s Galley Restaurant and gift shop.Read more
In the fascinating ambiance 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 Montréal 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
Combining convenience and luxurious comfort, The Pacific Gateway Hotel at Vancouver Airport is your natural choice. We offer 382 guestrooms with mountain and river views and unique dining options featuring local produce and sustainable food. This waterfront property is on the banks of the Fraser River and very close to Vancouver International Airport.
Complimentary 24/7 shuttle service to and from Vancouver International Airport is available for guests. We are within 20 minutes from downtown Vancouver and 5 minutes from the McArthurGlen Designer Outlets. Shopping, dining, and entertainment are only a short distance away with our convenient access to public transportation and ride-share programs.Read more
This half day, pre-cruise excursion will take you into the stunning nature that surrounds the city. Drive over the iconic Lions 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
Pyramid Lake is just six kilometres northwest of the Jasper town site and is the only resort in Jasper with exclusive access to the tranquil Pyramid Lake, a picturesque setting on a terraced hillside surrounded by the Canadian Rockies. This chalet-style alpine resort is open year round and features 62 guestrooms with views of both Pyramid Lake and the Canadian Rockies.Read more
Experience first-hand one of Canada’s most beloved 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.Read more
The Olympic Experience museum, embedded within the iconic Richmond Olympic Oval, is a highly interactive and dynamic visitor experience covering the history of the modern Games. It features over 400 Olympic and Sport artifacts, touch-screen archives, state-of-the-art sport simulators, and athletic challenges. The experience begins with a 10-minute inspiring feature film.Read more
Step into another world! Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada is a great interactive attraction that immerses guests in a thrilling underwater adventure and showcases more than 16,000 marine animals. Nine carefully curated galleries showcase a cross section of saltwater and freshwater environments from around the world and over 100 interactive displays.Read more
With its 4-star facilities, tranquil setting within Brudenell River Provincial Park and wide variety of activities offered on-site, Rodd Brudenell River Resort offers an unparalleled resort destination in eastern Prince Edward Island – only 30 minutes from Charlottetown and ten minutes from the nearest town where you’ll find pharmacies, grocery stores, restaurants, retail stores and more. Only 35 minutes from Wood Islands, Rodd Brudenell River is an easy transfer when arriving from Nova Scotia by ferry.Read more
Rodd Miramichi River is not your typical city hotel. The hotel features 79 newly renovated guestrooms and suites, many with patio walkouts and river views of the mighty Miramichi River. Guests can enjoy the indoor pool, whirlpool and complete fitness centre. Tour guests can also enjoy traditional Miramichi dishes such as fresh salmon in the popular 1809 Restaurant & Bar.Read more
Experience quality Moncton hotel accommodations. Rodd Moncton is a modern 3.5-star hotel located in the heart of downtown Moncton. The hotel overlooks the famous tidal bore and sidelines Tidal Bore Park. The hotel is one of only a few within walking distance of the downtown Moncton business district, Champlain Place Mall and many unique shops.Read more
Sparkling glacier-fed lakes and breathtaking mountain views make Blue River an ideal interior destination for tourists and travellers alike. Halfway between Vancouver and Edmonton, this area is a hot spot for heli-skiing, hiking and fishing enthusiasts, with the inn standing just three blocks from the town centre.Read more
Situated only minutes from the Calgary International Airport, the Sandman Hotel & Suites Calgary Airport offers everything for the business and leisure traveller. This hotel boasts 177 tastefully decorated and functional rooms and suites. Pick-up from the airport to the hotel is complimentary and Wi-Fi is available in all rooms.Read more
The Sandman Hotel Calgary City Centre is a first-class hotel located in the heart of Calgary, just minutes away from shopping, entertainment, numerous restaurants and nightlife. The LRT (light rail transit system) operates right outside the lobby doors and the Plus 15 system connects guests to the best of downtown shopping and restaurants without having to go outside.Read more
Elegant, sleek and stylishly modern, Sandman Signature Hotel & Suites Edmonton South is first class hospitality at its best. The hotel is just a 15-minute drive from Edmonton’s city centre and Edmonton International Airport and features a distinctive combination of elegant furnishings and impressive amenities to ensure an outstanding experience.Read more
Situated in the heart of downtown Vancouver, Sandman Hotel Vancouver City Centre is located directly across the street from both Rogers Arena and BC Place, making this the ideal spot for all concerts, sporting events and everything downtown has to offer. The hotel features an indoor pool, business centre, fitness centre, Moxie’s Grill & Bar and Shark Club Bar & Grill. Because of its central location, this downtown hotel provides perfect walking distances to Vancouver’s famous shopping street, Robson Street, and to the multitude of restaurants and lounges the city is known for. A simple ten-minute walk from this downtown hotel puts you in historic Gastown, the city’s oldest neighbourhood. With cobblestone streets, shopping and nightlife, this district closely resembles Europe.Read more
Situated along Highway 132 near Jacques-Cartier bridge and across from the Longueuil Metro Station and Bus Terminal, this Montréal-Longueuil hotel has easy access to many of the city’s top attractions, including the Casino Old Montréal La Ronde and Montréal’s underground city. Cozy guestrooms with panoramic views as well as an indoor pool and sauna allow you to unwind.Read more
With one of the most gorgeous landscapes in BC, Penticton has an endless array of activities for pleasure seekers to enjoy. Conveniently located across from the South Okanagan Events Centre, this Sandman is close to both city businesses and popular outdoor hot spots like beaches, wineries, ski resorts, golf courses and the ever-popular Penticton Channel.Read more
Ideally located in Regina’s burgeoning East Side neighbourhood, Sandman Hotel, Suites & Spa Regina offers guests the perfect combination of comfort and convenience. Modern essentials like high-speed Internet, a business centre and exceptional meeting and banquet facilities ensure that business travellers can work with ease. In addition, amenities like a pool, whirlpool and the famed Damara Day Spa allow you to unwind and relax to perfection. Close to world-class golf courses, popular shopping centres and major highways, you can experience the best that this one-of-a-kind city has to offer just steps from the hotel’s doors. Whether you’re on business or are looking for a long, leisurely stay, Sandman Hotel & Suites Regina is a fabulous choice.Read more
Set against the sweeping prairie skies, Winnipeg is one of Canada’s most culturally vibrant urban centres. Just minutes away from Winnipeg International Airport, Polo Park, Assiniboine Park and a ten-minute drive to Winnipeg’s bustling downtown core, this is the ideal location for any traveller on the go.Read more
The Sandman Vernon is perfectly situated between Kelowna and Kamloops and surrounded by natural mountain splendour. Centrally located, this hotel features everything from a business centre, high-speed Internet, meeting and banquet facilities to a relaxing indoor pool. Conveniences like an on-site Denny’s 24-Hour Restaurant make this the ideal setting for all your needs.Read more
Situated in the picturesque neighbourhood of the West End, Sandman Suites on Davie Street overlooks English Bay, providing all the rooms and suites with breathtaking views of the ocean and mountains. Located close to beaches, famous Stanley Park and Granville Island, this hotel is the perfect place to combine sightseeing and nature walks.Read more
As northern BC’s largest city, Prince George is a burgeoning 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, guests 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.Read more
Centrally located with easy access to Highway 1, Sandman Hotel Revelstoke just completed a renovation and features convenient amenities, indoor pools, whirlpools and a Denny’s 24-Hour Restaurant with room service. It also has complimentary Wi-Fi and a meeting space. Whether you are going for a relaxing holiday or a business trip, Sandman Hotel Revelstoke has all you need.Read more
Just minutes from John G. Diefenbaker Airport, Sandman Saskatoon is perfectly located for optimum travel efficiency, convenience and ease. Featuring comfortably furnished guestrooms, high-speed Internet access and exceptional business, meeting and banquet facilities, business travellers on the go can rest assured that they will have all the modern essentials to make their stay easy. For those looking to unwind, on-site dining at Denny’s 24-Hour Restaurant and Shark Club Sports Bar & Grill, in addition to the hotel’s relaxing pool and whirlpool, provide you with the perfect comforts for a peaceful night’s rest.Read more
Facing both Riverside Park and the Thompson River, Sandman Signature Kamloops Hotel brings luxurious comfort and cutting edge technology in every room. Situated directly across the street from Sandman Centre, home of the Kamloops Blazers, this six-storey hotel has been designed from the ground up with the express purpose of providing guests a relaxed, comfortable elegance. Each of the 202 beautifully appointed guestrooms at this downtown Kamloops hotel, including the 100 suites, provides the perfect setting to unwind. Relax by the indoor swimming pool and hot tub, enjoy a delicious meal at Moxie’s Grill & Bar, watch a game at Shark Club Sports Bar & Grill or exercise in the state-of-the-art fitness room.Read more
Sandman Signature Mississauga Hotel is ideally located minutes from Toronto Pearson International Airport and close to Mississauga Hershey Centre, Living Arts Centre and Square One Shopping Centre. Each beautifully appointed guestroom has been designed to provide comfort for business and leisure travellers alike.Read more
The gorgeous city of Victoria is filled with amazing history, architecture and a vibrant arts scene. Located just minutes away from the downtown core, this Victoria hotel features everything from full business amenities and complimentary high-speed Internet to an indoor pool, whirlpool, fitness centre, free parking and delicious dining at the on-site restaurant.Read more
Escape to the Scandinave Spa Whistler, the perfect destination to relax in the heart of nature in British Columbia, Canada. Rejuvenate after a long hike or day skiing on Whistler Blackcomb’s slopes at the 25,000-square-foot outdoor spa, which is just minutes from Whistler Village.Read more
Your adventure starts with a ten-minute gondola ride to 885 metres above sea level. The ten-minute 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.Read more
With 122 tastefully appointed and newly renovated rooms and suites, Service Plus Inns & Suites is your ideal choice for travel. Located in Grande Prairie’s booming Gateway Power Centre and next door to The Great Northern Casino, Service Plus Inns & Suites has dedicated staff willing to go above and beyond to ensure your stay (and your pet’s!) is as comfortable as if you were at home. Included in every room is free Wi-Fi, free deluxe hot breakfast buffet, a free waterpark with a 210-foot waterslide and free bottled water and cookies.
From the family on the go to the corporate traveller, there is something for everyone!
Nestled in the tranquil seclusion of a glacier river valley and only minutes from the thriving bustle of Seward and the untamed nature of Kenai Fjords National Park, this secluded retreat is surrounded by glacier-carved mountains and spruce forests. Guestrooms are a short walk from the main lodge under a forest canopy along winding pathways. Each spacious guestroom is defined by rustic Alaskan styling and a host of services and amenities. At the end of the day, meet on the deck to share stories and adventures over fresh Alaskan cuisine at the Resurrection Roadhouse, an award-winning favourite among locals and visitors.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 majestic bald eagles and taking in the sights of the Vancouver skyline. Each safari boat (there are three in the fleet) accommodates up to a maximum of 12 guests per boat, which provides a very authentic and enriching experience in the marine environment of Howe Sound. Sewell’s Marina is a family business in their 86th year with an amazing experience and guides to make sure you don’t miss a thing. Join this Canadian Signature Experience with daily tours departing at 11am, 1.30pm, and 4.30pm from April to October. Shuttles available from any downtown Vancouver or North Shore hotel, reservations required.Read more
Visit Skylon Tower for the very best views of Niagara Falls. “Ride to the Top” in the exterior glass-enclosed elevators for spectacular views of the mighty falls, the Great Gorge, Niagara River and beyond. The indoor/outdoor observation decks stand 775 feet above the falls and promise once-in-a-lifetime, 360-degree panoramic views. Visit the Skylon Tower at night for the best views of the famous Falls Illumination and seasonal fireworks display. At the top, it features two unique dining options: the legendary Revolving Dining Room and the celebrated Summit Suite Buffet. Skylon Tower offers the complete Niagara Falls experience with Niagara’s largest indoor amusement area, Skylon Fun Centre complete with a food court, 3D/4D theatre and plenty of shopping. Open year round, 8am to midnight in season.Read more
Make Sophie Station your first choice in the last frontier. An all-suite hotel where staff are dedicated, informed and continuously working to create an atmosphere where guest service is the ultimate amenity. Hotel guests receive a friendly greeting upon check-in and enjoy spacious suites with complimentary Wi-Fi, separate bedrooms, fully equipped kitchens, air conditioning, room service, free parking, a 24-hour fitness center, laundry facilities, as well as restaurant, lounge and meeting spaces.
Offering genuine hospitality and the opportunity to relax in comfort. Sophie Station Suites is located near grocery stores, shopping, the University of Alaska Fairbanks & the airport.Read more
This 4-star riverfront boutique inn is nestled on 55 scenic acres, allowing guests to relax and rejuvenate in the natural surroundings. The Inn offers 57 uniquely decorated guestrooms, most with balconies to better enjoy the river or mountain views. Enjoy locally sourced cuisine in the newly renovated Bourbon Lounge, or new bistro style restaurant, The Library. Recent renovations include new carpet, newly painted corridors and more! Complimentary amenities include Wi-Fi, parking, fresh coffee and tea, mountain bikes, seasonal outdoor pool, river view hot tub, fitness centre, lawn games, hiking trails and welcome s’mores reception for groups. Nearby attractions include wineries, the BC Wildlife Park and Rivershore Golf Links. Named #1 out of 55 properties in Kamloops on TripAdvisor for seven consecutive years!Read more
Studio Bell, home of the National Music Centre (NMC), opened on July 1, Canada Day, 2016. More than a museum, this 160,000 square-foot international hub for music in Canada features five floors of exhibitions, three Canadian music halls of fame, and multiple performance spaces where visitors can see live music and special events.Read more
Delicate crystal chandeliers, warm colours of Italian marble and granite, soft luxury Persian carpets, unique French Provincial-style furnishings and specially trained service professionals all welcome you to the comfort of The Sutton Place Hotel Edmonton. Whether you travel on business or leisure, The Sutton Place Hotel Edmonton is the perfect location. Connected to five major office towers and over 400 stores, businesses and services in Edmonton City Centre Mall, every convenience of downtown Edmonton is at your fingertips. Enjoy easy access to Sir Winston Churchill Square with its plethora of annual international festivals, City Hall, Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Rexall Place, Shaw Conference Centre, University of Alberta and the West Edmonton Mall.Read more
Sutton Place RMR is a luxury condo-style hotel. Located at the village area of the Revelstoke Mountain Resort, it boasts spectacular northwest to southwest views across the Columbia River to the Monashee Mountains. The outstanding full-service resort and breathtaking surroundings are serviced by the renowned hospitality that Sutton Place Hotel Group is known for.Read more
Located on picturesque Vancouver Island, Fairmont Empress is the ideal location to explore all the natural beauty of the west coast of Canada. This iconic hotel offers a sophisticated new Lobby Lounge and is home to the luxurious Willow Stream Spa, beautifully appointed guestrooms and suites and the world-renowned Tea at the Empress, an atmospheric new restaurant and bar.Read more
The Hotel on Pownal offers a fresh take on what it means to be a 3.5-star property with modern décor and personalized guest service in a stylish and relaxed atmosphere. The perfect location, this newly renovated downtown hotel is just steps from local shops, restaurants, the historic waterfront and the Confederation Centre of the Arts.Read more
From the moment you step into the grand lobby of this 4.5-star hotel, with its marble floors and barrel-vaulted ceilings, you will be surrounded by the historic elegance that puts the Rodd Charlottetown hotel in a class apart from all other island hotels.
Built in 1931, the Rodd Charlottetown features the luxury characteristics and details synonymous with Canadian National Railway hotels. Guests enjoy the perfect blend of old-world charm combined with convenient modern amenities, including an indoor pool, fitness room, sauna and whirlpool. You can easily explore all the culinary, cultural and coastal experiences downtown Charlottetown has to offer on foot, starting with the Confederation Centre of the Arts.
This summer we will have six, six-day rides, in the Castle Provincial Park and Wildlands area in southwestern Alberta, Canada. Our wilderness base camp, known as “Teepee Town” will be located on Mill Creek, north of the border of Waterton Lakes National Park. Our camp, although “rustic and wilderness,” has private accommodations for individuals, families and friends, in walled tents and native Indian style canvas teepees, complete with raised cots and mattresses. Our hot home cooked meals are served in a large kitchen/dining tent and we have plenty of hot water, washbasins, a hot private outdoor shower, separate mens/ladies washing tents, and dry toilets. The traditional “Doughnut tent” is where we gather in the evenings around the campfire for our traditional “sing-song” with music, entertainment, and educational talks. All this fun while the professional staff look after the food, the horses, and your safety and well being. It is a complete holiday package!Read more
A cruise with Toronto Harbour Tours lets you enjoy the scenic Toronto skyline and gives you a close-up look at the beautiful Toronto Islands and waterfront. Enjoy a narrated sightseeing cruise of Toronto’s harbour and islands, which includes breathtaking views of Canada’s most dynamic city – from towering skyscrapers to Toronto’s famous islands. When conditions allow, stop on the islands, where you can enjoy the gardens, bicycle and boat rentals, a petting zoo, wading pools, restaurants and Centreville Amusement Park, then re-board the tour at your convenience! (Ask for details). Evening tours available July and August. All vessels are Transport Canada Ship Safety Certified and your crew is extensively trained and licensed as CLW Captains with Transport Canada.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
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
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. Door to door service is included and provides transportation to hotels and condos located in the village.Read more
Tuckamore Lodge is situated just outside the coastal community of Main Brook, near St. Anthony, along the Viking Trail in Newfoundland.
This charming lodge featuring Scandinavian-style accommodations in the heart of the Newfoundland wilderness is coupled with some of the highest quality outdoor experiences in Atlantic Canada. Enjoy the morning song of birds, the frantic activity of squirrels and maybe observe a moose or two grazing on the fresh green grass. There are eight rooms at Tuckamore Lodge, which are connected to the main cedar lodge. Each room is unique and either configured with two queen beds, one queen and one twin or two twin beds.
The City Highlights Tour is the best way to see this West Coast gem. Explore Stanley Park’s thousand-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.Read more
Explore both Vancouver and its neighbouring North Shore all in one day. This fully-narrated, seven-hour tour provides stops in downtown Vancouver at Stanley Park, Granville Island and the Vancouver Lookout, as well as journeys through Gastown, Chinatown, Robson Street and English Bay.Read more
Vancouver Harbour Tours is a unique Vancouver experience offering unparalleled panoramic views of the city skyline, the surrounding Coastal Mountain range and many of the area’s most famous landmarks. Cruises include fully-narrated daily one-hour tours of the Vancouver Harbour, luxurious nightly Sunset Dinner Cruises with live entertainment, and Luncheon Cruises sailing through the calm blue waters of a coastal mountain range only accessible by boat.
Get on board with Harbour Cruises for an extraordinary Vancouver experience!
You have not seen Vancouver until you have seen it like this. The adventure starts with a 40-second elevator ride, whisking you 168 metres above ground to the panoramic observation deck. From there, you will enjoy stunning unobstructed views of picture-perfect Vancouver. Historic Gastown, the bustling downtown core, the sparkling waters of Coal Harbour and the world-famous Stanley Park are all within view day or night at the city’s most remarkable viewpoint, Vancouver Lookout. Enjoy a self-guided tour or let the friendly and knowledgeable staff lead you and help you make the most of your time here. Looking for advice on more must-see attractions? The team will be happy to help you. The Vancouver Lookout is open daily, year round.Read more
Experience majestic Orcas, Humpback whales, Dall’s porpoises, seals and more. Join our professional Wildlife Guides for three to five-hour tour, departing from historic Steveston, 40 minutes from Downtown Vancouver. Travel through the spectacular Gulf Islands on one of our zodiac-style vessels equipped with washrooms. Shuttle service available. Reservations recommended.Read more
Travel from Vancouver to Whistler via the spectacular Sea to Sky Highway featuring breathtaking views of the coastal mountains on one side and glacier fjords on the other. En route, stop to visit Shannon Falls, the third highest waterfall in BC. There is plenty of time in Whistler Village to browse through the quaint shops and explore the Aboriginal Cultural Museum.Read more
Vieux Port Steakhouse welcomes you in a historic old Montréal building dating back to 1880 – originally an inn for the sailors who visited this important commercial harbour. They are more than a restaurant – they are an institution. Quality cuts, cooked to perfection for over three decades. All the beef is AAA Canadian Certified and aged for at least 30 days.Read more
Wedgewood Resort, nestled on 105 acres, is the ideal location to experience the beauty of interior Alaska. A 75-acre wildlife reserve and a 2,000-acre migratory waterfowl refuge make this resort a restful destination while you explore Fairbanks. On-site activities include the Wedgewood Wildlife Sanctuary with nature trails leading to Wander Lake, the Fountainhead Antique Auto Museum (the number one attraction in Fairbanks) and a seasonal Northern Lights viewing area. The 306 spacious one and two-bedroom suites are thoughtfully appointed and feature separate living and dining areas and fully-equipped kitchens. During the summer, ride the free Around Town Express to popular locations. While in Fairbanks, enjoy the quiet and relaxed surroundings of Wedgewood Resort.Read more
Tofino: wild by nature! West Coast Aquatic Safaris can help you experience it all, whether you are looking for a relaxing soak in natural hot springs; the thrill of watching bears, whales and other wildlife; the breathtaking views of this beautiful and unique environment or a picturesque sunset on one of the Season Safaris.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 88 kilometres 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
SunDog Tours’ Wildlife Discovery Tour is the best way to see animals and spectacular scenery while visiting Jasper. Their knowledgeable guides are trained to seek out all of the park’s most iconic creatures and are well-versed in the history, geology and ecology of the area, and are happy to answer any questions you may have. Bear, elk, big horned sheep, mountain goats, coyotes, wolves and moose are just a sample of Jasper’s many wild mountain animals. As you travel through the Athabasca Valley, your guide will show you some of the park’s most beautiful scenery, so have your camera ready to capture some amazing photos of the highlights of your visit! This tour is the perfect way to spend an afternoon and your best opportunity to see the wildlife of Jasper National Park!Read more
Canada Olympic Park was one of the key venues from the 1988 Winter Olympic Games. It was the site of challenge and perseverance, such as Eddie the Eagle soaring to new heights or the fledgling Jamaican bobsleigh team, who after flipping their sled in the Kreisel, persevered to the finish line to cap off an amazing run at their first ever Winter Olympic Games.Read more
Join SunDog Tours on this daily Winter Wildlife Discovery Tour. The knowledgeable guides are trained to seek out all of the park’s most iconic creatures. Big or small, there are lots of animals to see in Jasper! Elk, deer, sheep, goats, coyotes, wolves and moose are just a sample of Jasper’s wild mountain fauna. Learn all about the ways these animals contribute to the rich diversity of the national park and how they survive the mountain winters. As you travel through the Athabasca Valley you will see some of the park’s most beautiful scenery, so have your camera ready to capture some amazing photos of the highlights of your visit.Read more
Soar on a scenic float plane into the wilderness of Yellow Dog Lodge, a family-run fishing retreat perched between two pristine lakes. A guide reveals the best fishing spots and you spend the day amid nature with only the sounds of thrashing pike, walleye or trout and water lapping the boat. Fly fish for the beautiful arctic grayling. Stunning Aurora viewing in fall.Read more
The YYJ Airport Shuttle is your direct link between Victoria International Airport and Downtown Victoria. Offering regularly scheduled departures all day long, and serving all major hotels, YYJ Airport Shuttle provides the ultimate transportation solution to and from Victoria’s International Airport.
With professionally trained drivers operating spacious and comfortable vehicles, there is ample room for groups, families, luggage and other travel necessities. YYJ Airport Shuttle offers regularly scheduled departures from Victoria International Airport to Downtown Victoria, every 30-45 minutes all day long.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
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
The vibrant and colourful cultures of the French provinces and cosmopolitan cities in the east offer a wealth of history and cuisines. Traverse the rugged wilderness of the Rockies in the west on board the famous Rocky Mountaineer and stay in the historic luxury Fairmont Rockies resorts. Head of the beaten track to the wild Yukon where you may see the phenomenal Northern Lights. Experience the quirky charms, sea coast traditions and lively music in the Atlantic Maritimes. Explore untouched land with 10,000 year old icebergs and 20 tone whales in Newfoundland & Labrador.
Where you choose to go, Canada & Alaska offers a wide variety of travel options and experiences that will not disappoint!