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There’s always more to see in Canada. Beyond the stunning landscapes and luxury resorts of the Canadian Rockies, Canada offers the wide open urban spaces of Vancouver and the international vibe of Montreal and Quebec City. Travel the spectacular lighthouse route in Nova Scotia. Embark on a timeless rail journey past coastal forests, roaring rivers, and the snowcapped peaks. Walk the pristine beaches of Prince Edward Island. See the Hopewell Rocks of New Brunswick. Hidden cultural and natural wonders abound. Your own experience will take you many different places as you discover your own corner of this incredible country.

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Labrador:

Explore Labrador, a place where time stands still, nature remains untouched by modernism and the people welcome you whole-heartedly. The newest of Canada’s 10 provinces, it is large in size but has a small population in comparison. Labrador features some of the oldest rocks in the world that tell the remarkable story of earth’s evolution. Just off its coast, the meeting of its cool current and the warm Gulf Stream creates a home for an abundance of marine life and seabirds.

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Newfoundland Icebergs:

See Iceberg Alley, one of the best places in the world to see these colossal floating 10,000-year-old glacial blocks in many shapes, colours and sizes. On a sunny day, you can see these glaciers from many points along the northern and eastern coasts by boat tour, sea kayak or by hiking along the coast. The best time of year to view them is in late May and early June.

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Scenery:

Take in Canada's diverse, captivating scenery! From mountain ranges and glaciers to pastoral land and coastal natural wonders, Canada is simply brimming with wildlife and adventures for every age and activity level. Photographers who visit the region are never disappointed and always leave with truly incredible photos. With its abundance of colours and diverse landscapes, Canada deserves a top spot on every nature lover’s bucket list.

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Culinary:

You're in for a treat! The foods of Canada offer your palate a variety of spices and flavours. The cuisine is influenced by local sources, the traditions of the First Nations, and a multi-ethnic population. Each region has its own speciality, like the seafood of the Maritimes, Vancouver’s fantastic Asian restaurants, the meat produced by Alberta’s sprawling ranches and the wine from British Columbia.

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Expert Advice

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Sandra Pais

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One of the best parts of Travelling is coming back home with souvenirs that really reflect the place you’ve just been. In the Canadian Rockies, native handcrafts such as wood carvings and artwork by aboriginals are very popular. Look for jewellery made from Canadian materials such as ammonite (a rare fossil that produces a precious gem stone) and jade in British Columbia.

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Please be sure to pack a warm jumper and jacket as well as gloves and a hat, as temperatures at higher elevations can change very quickly. Summer temperatures can also vary greatly when in the mountains. It is suggested that you bring a pair of sunglasses, especially whilst visiting the Icefields — it can be very bright.

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On arrival day you should have some free time to get out there and explore on your own. Consider taking the Skyride to the top of Grouse Mountain for spectacular views of the city. Explore a temperate coastal rainforest at the swinging Capilano Suspension Bridge.

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