Where to Go in Canada
From massive mountain ranges and windswept beaches to rainforests overflowing with life British Columbia is an area of untamed wilderness. It’s also home to the bustling west coast city of Vancouver, renowned for its natural beauty, as well as flower-filled Victoria and the picturesque mountain town of Whistler.
Alberta & Rockies
Brace yourself for stunning mountains, forests, prairies, canyons and foothills: Alberta has all this and more. This diverse region has something for everyone. The cities of Calgary and Edmonton provide a gateway to Alberta’s Rocky Mountain National Parks.
Home to six National Parks, 335 provincial parks and more than 250,000 lakes, Ontario is another of Canada’s picturesque landscapes – there’s always something new to discover here. This region is easily accessed through the gateway cities of Toronto and Ottawa.
Sitting on the banks of the St Lawrence River, Quebec‘s two major cities, Montreal and Quebec City, have a European feel to them, with grand historic stone buildings and narrow streets.
Four provinces on Canada’s Eastern seaboard, Atlantic Canada, is a quaint beautiful region. Here you’ll find a landscape of pine forests, green hills, pretty fishing villages and a rocky coastline dotted with iconic lighthouses.
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.