Canada Regions

Canada’s distinct regions are holiday destinations in their own right with so much to see and do. Choose from:

  • British Columbia – the bustling city of Vancouver, towering forests and wildlife of Vancouver Island
  • Alberta & Rockies – spectacular rocky mountain scenery, turquoise lakes and National Parks
  • Ontario – Great Lakes, the world-famous Niagara Falls and multi cultural Toronto
  • Quebec – home to the French speaking cities of Montreal and Quebec City
  • Atlantic Canada – unspoilt wilderness, traditional landscapes and a wealth of National Parks

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Where to Stay in Canada

Discover vibrant cities, abundant wildlife and vast national parks across Canada’s large and impressive regions.

Canada Holiday Ideas

Designed by our Canada experts, our range of one, two and three week holidays give you a real taste of life in Canada.

Canada Holiday Choices

Whether you want to explore at your own pace on a self drive adventure or motorhome trip, or discover Canada on a guided tour,
you can create your own Canada holiday or ask our experts to design one just for you.

Where to Go in Canada

British Columbia

In Canada’s westernmost province of British Columbia, the Pacific Ocean meets the bustling city of Vancouver; a landscape where mighty snow-capped mountains give way to picturesque valleys and where lively urban life blends in with the nature surrounding it.

Alberta & Rockies

Further to the east, the breathtaking mountains of Alberta rise from the earth creating the world-famous backdrop of the Rocky Mountains, with turquoise lakes, thundering waterfalls and incredible wildlife. Canada’s Banff and Jasper National Parks are also an outdoor enthusiast’s dream and can be enjoyed year-round.


The diverse province of Ontario has 250,000 lakes and plenty of bucket list attractions. It also has two of the country’s biggest cities, Toronto and the nation’s capital, Ottawa, as well as one of the country’s biggest tourist attractions, the mighty Niagara Falls.


Continuing east, the beautiful and historic province of Quebec is home to the French speaking cities of Montreal and Quebec City, two cities that are welcoming, lively and full of history.

Atlantic Canada

On Canada’s Atlantic Coast lie the provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and the country’s smallest province, Prince Edward Island.

Whether you want to explore at your own pace on a self drive, enjoy the company of others on a guided tour or see more on an iconic rail journey, our Canada Destination Experts have travelled the country extensively and can help you to create a spectacular holiday to Canada.

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