DISCOVER THE HIDDEN BEAUTY OF CANADA WITH US
A vast and varied country, Canada is a feast for all travellers, and given its history of exploration, it really is no surprise.
You can discover hidden corners even amongst the postcard favourites.
Travel a bit further and seek out more remote and rewarding experiences with a heavy focus on nature.
This is our preference, and the substantial focus of our Canada menu. We have sought out adventures by destination, not activity, so all our travellers can be immersed in awe-inspiring natural wonders in the country’s boundless wilderness. Be mesmerised as the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) dances across the sky.
Watch in awe as polar bears prowl the ice flows in the High Arctic or along the shores near Churchill. And seek out grizzly, black and spirit bears in the forests of Western Canada. Canada is authentic and natural, where first time visitors will vow to return and seasoned travellers will never run out of new experiences. Exciting, unique and amazing memories are waiting to be made; you just need to go and find them.
Explore the prairie provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba, with over 100,000 lakes and rivers, boreal forests and Arctic tundra. The ‘Bread Basket of Canada’ is home to one of North America’s largest dark sky preserves for stargazing, and Churchill – the polar bear capital of the world.
Enjoy the abundant outdoor adventure opportunities including hiking, fishing, canoeing, kayaking and exceptional wildlife viewing.
Comprising of British Columbia and Alberta, Western Canada features the most dramatic landscape changes in the country. Its well-known jewels, from Victoria and Vancouver, to the majestic Rocky Mountains and plains of Alberta, delight visitors every year. But make sure you seek out some of the lesser-known gems, including the natural paradise of the forests and waters.
Western Canada is a year-round destination with the green mountains so perfect for exploring in spring/summer turning into some of the best powder snow in the world in winter.
Untamed, unspoiled and undiscovered. Canada’s north is our favourite.
The Northwest Territories and Nunavut offer unique experiences in magnificent wilderness surroundings.
Renowned for the spectacular Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) and the wild, remote, and somehow romantic vastness of the High Arctic. Time your visit in August and you can combine both.
Ontario and Quebec, the largest provinces, offer visitors impressive wilderness, history and culture.
Ontario is bursting with museums and galleries and plenty of places to escape the crowds in the towering forests and sparkling lakes.
Quebec is a unique destination with a culture and heritage all its own.
The province offers many special destinations to explore, including Quebec City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.