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Lose yourself in a world of primordial forests, glorious glistening lakes and towering peaks

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Whales & Bears of British Columbia

Canada
9 Days from CAD 9,308
CAD 7,960

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Rugged scenery and wildlife of Western Canada

Wildlife

Discover the Canadian Rockies: Jasper to Banff

Moraine Lake Sunrise
10 Days from CAD 6,270

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Captivating tour through the Canadian Rockies

Culture

Discover the Canadian Rockies: Banff to Jasper

Moraine Lake Sunrise
10 Days from CAD 6,270

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Captivating tour through the Canadian Rockies

Culture
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Canadian Rockies: Heli-Hike & Wilderness

Jasper National Park
12 Days from CAD 7,028
CAD 6,690

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Hike through pristine wilderness in the Canadian Rockies

Walking & Trekking
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Walking Canada’s Sunshine Coast

Canada
9 Days from CAD 5,120

Self-Guided Holidays (Incl. Taxes)

A pocket of paradise, this little-known area is home to diverse walking trails through coastal rainforest and along rugged shoreline with far-reaching mountain views.

Walking & Trekking
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Gems of West Greenland: Fjords, Icebergs & Culture

Canada
12 Days from CAD 11,920

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Immerse yourself along the dramatic coast of West Greenland, exploring deep into fjords and stunning islands!

Polar Expeditions
New

West Greenland Ice Odyssey: Glaciers and Icebergs

Canada

Immerse yourself along the dramatic coast of West Greenland, exploring deep into fjords and stunning islands!

Polar Expeditions
New

South Greenland Adventure: The Majestic Alpine Arctic

Canada
13 Days from CAD 15,625

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Explore the majestic fjords, glaciers and mountains of South Greenland.

Polar Expeditions

Northwest Passage – In the Footsteps of Franklin

Iceberg at sunset
17 Days from CAD 18,920

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Explore the Northwest Passage, the fabled sea route running between Europe and Asia

Polar Expeditions

What is the best time of year to visit Canada?

The best time to visit Canada largely depends on personal preferences and the kind of experiences you’d like. If you want to enjoy Canada’s stunning natural beauty and outdoor activities, the summer months from June to August are ideal. This is when the weather is warmest, making it perfect for exploring national parks, hiking trails and enjoying outdoor activities. Autumn, particularly September to October, when there’s vibrant foliage, is an excellent time for avid photographers. In the winter months, from December to February, it’s perfect for winter sports with activities like cross-country skiing. Spring is typically the best time for viewing rich flora and animals such as bears, wolves and cougars.

Where are the best places to visit in Canada?

Located in the heart of the Canadian Rockies, Banff is a picturesque town famous for its mountain scenery, crystal-clear lakes and abundant wildlife. Here you can enjoy hiking and exploring the Banff National Park. The Rockies are a majestic mountain range stretching through several Canadian provinces and offer unparalleled opportunities for activities such as hiking, wildlife spotting. In contrast to the mountains, Vancouver is a bustling coastal city on the west coast and is home to Stanley Park, Granville Island and Grouse Mountain. Alternatively, soak up the vibrant culture and urban sophistication of Calgary, another of the best places to visit on Canada tours with a thriving food and arts scene.

FAQs on Canada Tours

Do I need a visa to travel to Canada?

If you’re travelling to Canada, you may need a visa or Electronic Travel Authorisation (eTA) depending on your nationality. Canada has specific visa requirements for different countries, so it’s essential to check the official website of the Government of Canada or consult with the Canadian embassy or consulate in your country to determine if you require a visa. Citizens of the EU and UK will need an eTA and US don’t usually require a visa. However, we always recommend researching the visa requirements well in advance to ensure a smooth and hassle-free trip to Canada.

What is the currency used in Canada?

In Canada, the official currency used is the Canadian dollar, represented by the symbol $ and the code CAD. The Canadian dollar is divided into 100 cents and is widely accepted across the country for transactions, both in cash and electronically.

What is the weather like in Canada?

Canada is known for its diverse weather patterns, varying from one region to another. In the western coastal areas, such as Vancouver, the weather is mild and rainy, influenced by the Pacific Ocean. Moving eastward towards the prairies, the climate becomes more continental, with hot summers and cold winters. In central and eastern Canada, cities like Toronto and Montreal experience four distinct seasons, with warm summers and cold snowy winters. The northern regions of Canada have a subarctic and arctic climate, characterised by long, harsh winters and short, cool summers.

What kind of food do they eat in Canada?

Canadian cuisine is influenced by French, British and other cultures. Commonly enjoyed dishes include poutine, a comfort food made of fries topped with cheese curds and gravy, as well as butter tarts, Nanaimo bars, and maple syrup, which represent iconic Canadian desserts. Seafood, such as salmon and lobster, is popular on the East Coast, while dishes like tourtière (meat pie) and pea soup are enjoyed in Quebec. Canada’s multicultural population also contributes to a vibrant food scene with a wide variety of international cuisines available across the country.

What vaccinations do I need to travel to Canada?

Although vaccinations aren’t crucial for travelling to Canada, we do recommend certain vaccinations based on factors such as age, health conditions and your travel itinerary. Other common vaccinations that are advised include polio, rabies and tetanus. Ensuring you’re up to date on vaccinations not only protects your health but also contributes to public health by preventing the spread of contagious diseases.

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