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Luxury Tours To CANADA

Luxury Tours To Canada – You can literally lose yourself almost anywhere in Canada. The world’s second-largest country has more gorgeous and remote corners than you can ever count or visit. From the glaciers of Kluane National Park in the Yukon to Nova Scotia’s Cape Brenton Highlands, the natural wonders never cease. When you’re ready for civilisation, you’ll find cities that are among the world’s most genteel and pleasurable. Although most people live within 100km of the US border, Canada boasts a multicultural society that combines elements of Britain, France, Asia and almost every other world culture. It’s an intoxicating melange found no place else. The nation’s indigenous cultures have rich pasts that enrich the entire nation today. First Nations art honours both the glories of nature and aeons-old traditions.

Best time to visit in Canada

March to November, except in the north where winter comes early (October) and leaves late (April)

Best time to visit in Canada

March to November , except in the north where winter comes early (October) and leaves late (April)

Places to visit in Canada

  • Black bears, grizzly bears, moose and more in the wilds across the country.
  • Quebec City’s Old Town, a Unesco World Heritage site exuding historical romance.
  • The Queen Charlotte Islands, where the rich Haida culture is thriving again.
  • Toronto, with superb food, drink and shopping.
  • Newfoundland’s Northern Peninsula, which blends icebergs, craggy cliffs and the odd Viking artefact.

Places to visit in Canada

  • Black bears , grizzly bears, moose and more in the wilds across the country.
  • Quebec City’s Old Town , a Unesco World Heritage site exuding historical romance.
  • The Queen Charlotte Islands , where the rich Haida culture is thriving again.
  • Toronto , with superb food, drink and shopping.
  • Newfoundland’s Northern Peninsula , which blends icebergs , craggy cliffs and the odd Viking artefact.

Top things to do in Canada

  • Relive the Klondike Gold Rush by hiking and canoeing across the Yukon to Dawson.
  • Brave the far north for stark Arctic beauty enlivened by polar bears.
  • Sail the whale- and dolphin-filled Inside Passage along British Columbia.
  • Cracking shells at a glorious Prince Edward Island lobster feast.
  • Booming Vancouver, where Asia meets North America and the outdoors looms.

Top things to do in Canada

  • Relive the Klondike Gold Rush by hiking and canoeing across the Yukon to Dawson.
  • Brave the far north for stark Arctic beauty enlivened by polar bears.
  • Sail the whale- and dolphin-filled Inside Passage along British Columbia.
  • Cracking shells at a glorious Prince Edward Island lobster feast.
  • Booming Vancouver , where Asia meets North America and the outdoors looms.

Discover Canada

  • Read Margaret Atwood’s Booker Prize-winning Blind Assassin, and Michael Ondaatje’s In the Skin of a Lion, both set in 1930s Canada.
  • Listen to Leonard Cohen, Neil Young, Broken Social Scene and the Cowboy Junkies.
  • Watch Douglas Coupland’s Everything’s Gone Green, a hard-edged comic work about modern Canadian life.
  • Eat seafood from the coasts, maple syrup from the trees
  • Drink many superb wines from the Okanagan Valley in southern British Columbia.

Discover Canada

  • Read Margaret Atwood’s Booker Prize-winning Blind Assassin, and Michael Ondaatje’s In the Skin of a Lion, both set in 1930s Canada.
  • Listen to Leonard Cohen , Neil Young, Broken Social Scene and the Cowboy Junkies.
  • Watch Douglas Coupland’s Everything’s Gone Green , a hard-edged comic work about modern Canadian life.
  • Eat seafood from the coasts,maple syrup from the trees
  • Drink many superb wines from the Okanagan Valley in southern British Columbia.

Canada Highlights

Moose, bears, the Rockies, Bryan Adams, maple trees, Mounties

Canada Highlights

Moose , bears , the Rockies , Bryan Adams , maple trees , Mounties

One word for Canada Tourism

Eh? (bilingual and all-purpose, eg ‘Nice day, eh?’)

One word for Canada Tourism

Eh? (bilingual and all-purpose, eg ‘Nice day, eh?’)
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