Gaze across Toronto from the CN Tower and take a boat trip on Lake Ontario.
Explore the many excellent museums, parks and galleries of Canada's capital, Ottawa.
Visit Montréal's superb Biosphere and Planetarium and enjoy a cruise along the St Lawrence River.
Discover tangible history among Québec's cobbled streets on a guided walking tour.
Take a day trip to admire Niagara Falls and explore the village of Niagara-on-the-Lake.
These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Canada, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well.
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Spend two full days exploring cosmopolitan Vancouver, visiting Stanley Park, Chinatown and its many shops and museums.
Drive through some of North America’s most spectacular landscapes, passing snow-covered mountains and glittering lakes.
Immerse yourself in the great outdoors, whether on foot, mountain bike or kayak.
Admire the frothing waterfalls of Wells Gray Provincial Park.
Spot wildlife such as black and grizzly bears, moose, bald eagles, deer and elk.
Explore Vancouver, one of Canada's most vibrant cities, and join a food tour here.
Go looking for humpback whales and Orca in Victoria Harbour.
Encounter black and grizzly bears in their natural environment around Vancouver Island.
Enjoy a scenic flight along the rugged coastline to Bella Bella.
Stay at Spirit Bear Lodge, in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest, and spend a few days in this stunning wilderness setting.
Go hiking, kayaking and mountain biking in the rugged scenery of the Rocky Mountains.
Look for wildlife such as bears, moose and elk in Banff and Jasper National Parks.
Drive through the rugged interior of British Columbia, stopping to admire lakes, glaciers and mountains.
Take in the sights of Vancouver, including Stanley Park, Chinatown and its beautifully wild coastline.
Stay in the buzzing cosmopolitan city of Montréal, discovering its history, chic shops and many excellent restaurants.
Enjoy lots of varied outdoor activities or simply relax and contemplate the sublime scenery in the Laurentian Mountains.
Discover the charm, history, bistros and artists' shops of Québec City.
Explore the grand estates, antiques shops and art galleries in the Eastern Townships.
Explore the buzzing coastal city of Vancouver and go whale watching off the coast.
Admire western Canada's mountainous scenery from aboard the comfortable Via Rail Canadian train.
Explore the Rocky Mountains at your own pace, enjoying hikes through mountain and lake scenery.
Take a guided icewalk onto the Athabasca Glacier.
Experience one of the world's great train journeys through the Canadian Rocky Mountains, in your own private cabin.
Travel along the spectacular Icefields Parkway.
Explore the alpine panorama of Jasper National Park.
Sample Canadian gourmet cuisine in Vancouver.
Travel to Victoria for the day by seaplane and visit the beautiful Butchart Gardens.
Maximum of 15 guests per large tundra vehicle ensuring wonderful uncrowded polar bear viewing.
Experience the frozen wilderness of Hudson Bay from the comfort of warm tundra vehicles.
Explore the highlights of Churchill, including the Eskimo Museum and the 'Polar Bear Jail'.
Re-live the excitement of the 1890s gold rush in historic Dawson City.
Drive through impressive mountain scenery with barely another car on the road.
Look for wildlife and try some of the many activities available whilst staying near the southern lakes.
Truly get off the grid at Farewell Harbour where you can spend your days spotting bears and whales.
Meet the friendly local characters that make the Yukon such a different and special place.
Explore the vibrant cities of Vancouver and Victoria.
Watch bears in the wild on Vancouver Island.
Cruise along the famed Inside Passage.
Travel through B.C.'s scenic wilderness by train.
Discover the breathtaking beauty of the Rocky Mountains.
Some of our favorite travel guides
- Self-drive vacations in Canada
- Canada’s Maritime Provinces
- Cruises in Canada
- Family vacations to Canada
- Luxury vacations in Canada: heli-hiking, glamping and ranch stays
- Self-driving in western Canada
- Canada self-drive vacations: Ontario and Québec
- Highlights of Vancouver Island
- Driving the Icefields Parkway: what to see and where to stop
- Highlights of Ontario
Self-drive vacations in Canada
Whether you choose a route circuiting western Canada’s renowned mountains, glaciers and lakes, or you’d rather go off-grid exploring the traditional fishing villages and coastal drives of the Maritimes, Canada’s well-maintained, easily navigable roads make it an excellent self-drive destination.View this travel guide
Canada’s Maritime Provinces
Canada’s Maritime Provinces offer a quieter alternative to the west coast. Here, you can follow coastal roads to secluded coves and traditional lighthouses. Visit peaceful fishing villages where saltbox houses line the waterfront. And, explore the area’s Celtic roots. Canada specialist Jon shares his highlights of the region.View this travel guide
Cruises in Canada
Canada is ideally suited for adventure cruises, especially with the abundance of marine wildlife around its enormous coastline. We can recommend a variety of boats and suitable activities to help you get the most out of your visit.View this travel guide
Family vacations to Canada
Whether you’re visiting the east or the west, Canada offers a wealth of things to do for families, from helicopter rides over Niagara Falls to whale watching around Vancouver Island. Canada specialist Kayleigh outlines her ideas for a memorable family vacation in Canada.View this travel guide
Luxury vacations in Canada: heli-hiking, glamping and ranch stays
Canada may be associated with log cabins and the simple pleasures of the great outdoors, but there are ways to add a touch of luxury to your trip. Our Canada specialists highlight places and experiences with a more exclusive feel.View this travel guide
Self-driving in western Canada
Canada specialists Kerry and Annie share their tried-and-tested self-drive routes in western Canada. You might want to follow a lesser-known loop through the Canadian Rockies, detouring to the Okanagan wine region. Or, take in British Columbia’s coastline and Vancouver Island.View this travel guide
Canada self-drive vacations: Ontario and Québec
By self-driving in Canada’s Ontario and Québec provinces, you can explore peaceful parks filled with wildlife, secluded towns and villages, and multicultural cities at your own pace. Canada specialist Rebecca shares her ideas for self-drive routes that take in the best of each province.View this travel guide
Highlights of Vancouver Island
Canada specialist Jamie shares the best things to see and do on Vancouver Island. You could observe black and grizzly bears in temperate rainforests. Look for orcas on boat trips from Victoria. Or hike to secluded beaches in the remote north.View this travel guide
Driving the Icefields Parkway: what to see and where to stop
One of Canada’s most celebrated scenic drives, the Icefields Parkway runs through the Rockies between Jasper and Lake Louise. With so much to see and do along the route, specialist Jamie shares her tried-and-tested highlights, from waterfall hikes to elevated viewpoints.View this travel guide
Highlights of Ontario
Ontario offers forested landscapes, cosmopolitan cities and First Nations culture in a relatively compact area. Canada specialist Kayleigh outlines the region’s highlights, from touring Toronto’s markets to canoeing in Algonquin Provincial Park.View this travel guide