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Beyond the stunning landscapes and luxury resorts of the Canadian Rockies, our Canada tours offer the wide-open spaces and natural wonders of the roads less travelled. Experience the spectacular coastal views of the Cabot Trail in Nova Scotia. Walk the pristine beaches of Prince Edward Island. See the otherworldly Hopewell Rocks of New Brunswick. Embark on a timeless rail journey past coastal forests, roaring rivers, and snowcapped peaks. And for a more urban vibe, soak up the culture of forward-thinking cities like Vancouver, Montreal, and Quebec City. Start exploring and discover your own corner of this incredible country.

From the nautical beauty of Peggy’s Cove to the rugged splendour of the Cabot Trail, the Maritimes will enchant you.

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Explore the Cabot Trail:

For 186 spectacularly scenic miles, the Cabot Trail traces an arch around Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia, rewarding travellers with lush valley landscapes in Cape Breton Highlands National Park and sweeping views of the Atlantic. The park is a hiker’s paradise, and the drive itself offers plenty of opportunity for stops to explore the many trails, lookoffs, artisan shops and local restaurants along the way.

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Hopewell Rocks at the Bay of Fundy:

For one of the most iconic sites in all of Canada, head to New Brunswick, where the Hopewell Rocks stand between 40 – 70 feet tall on the shores of the Bay of Fundy — home to the highest and lowest tides in the world. The towering rocks, also known as “sea stacks” are thousands of years in the making, and visitors can enjoy them at high and low tides for dramatically different views.

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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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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 Indigenous people, and a diverse population. Each region has its own specialty, like the seafood of Atlantic Canada, Vancouver’s fantastic Asian restaurants, the meat produced by Alberta’s sprawling ranches and the wine from British Columbia.

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Prince Edward Island:

Take a ferry ride from Nova Scotia or cross the Confederation Bridge from New Brunswick to Prince Edward Island. PEI may be the smallest Canadian province, but it’s not short on culture, natural wonders, and delicious seafood. From the seaside capital of Charlottetown to the red sand beaches that inspired the backdrop for Anne of Green Gables, it’s hard not to fall in love with the "Land Cradled on the Waves."


Trains (VIA Rail):

Aboard VIA Rail’s The Canadian, admire the majestic beauty of the Rockies and experience train travel like it used to be in your private cabin. Listen to the peaceful sounds of the train while natural beauty dances to life before your eyes in a scenic wonderland; it’s a veritable journey back in time as you travel from Vancouver to Jasper. Enjoy first-class meals and awe-inspiring vistas during the day. Spend the night in the comfort of your private sleeping room that includes a private washroom. From the moment you board The Canadian, you’ll embrace the nostalgia of a golden era; rail lines trace history while whisking travellers through scenery far removed from the highway.

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Niagara Falls:

Behold Niagara Falls, an incredible natural wonder where a staggering four to six million cubic feet of water flows over the falls every minute. Straddling the international border of Canada and New York State are the three waterfalls known as Niagara Falls. They’re called Bridal Veil, Horseshoe and American and have a vertical drop of over 165 feet. Providing hydro-electric power and majestic beauty, the Falls are best viewed from one of the many cruise boats operating on the river below, or from the new zip line that borders the Falls. Also, if given the chance, go see the falls at night. They are lit up and look incredible in the night sky. You may even see fireworks.

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Old Québec City:

Take a trip back in time and explore Old Québec, North America’s only walled city north of Mexico. Here you’ll find colonial architecture, unique shops and restaurants, and plenty of old-world European charm. Visit the Place Royal where Samuel de Champlain built what became the first permanent French settlement in North America. See the neoclassical façade and stained glass of the oldest church in Canada, the Notre-Dame de Québec Basilica-Cathedral. Explore the antique shops, cafés, and art galleries of the Old Port and stroll along the St. Lawrence River. Visit Parliament Hill, see the iconic Château Frontenac, and discover over 400 years of history in this cultural heart of Québec City.

Expert Advice


Diana Ditto

Sr. Director of Product Marketing
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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 sweater 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 while visiting the Icefields — it can be very bright.

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On arrival day in Vancouver, 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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