Canada is known as a huge country with massive expanses of pristine nature, yet its cosmopolitan cities of Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver are suprisingly multi-cultural and sophisticated. This is a destination that has it all. World-class cuisine, entertainment, attractions - and breathtaking natural parks. Western Canada stretches from the Prairies (Winnipeg, Edmonton, Calgary), over the Canadian Rockies (Banff, Jasper, Whistler), and down to the Pacific Ocean (Vancouver, Victoria, Tofino). Central Canada is the business and financial center of the country, with the largest cities (Toronto, Montreal), historical treasures (Ottawa, Quebec City), and a share of natural wonder (Niagara Falls, Muskoka, Tremblant). Eastern Canada is defined by the Atlantic Ocean and the rugged personalities of its port cities (St. John's-Newfoundland, Halifax) and its sleepy villages (Prince Edward Island). Northern Canada is Polar Bears (Churchill) and untouched ancient land (Nahanni).
Browse the designer boutiques of bustling Toronto, sip fine wine at an elegant countryside vineyard and take a thrilling joy flight over the soaring Niagara Falls all in the same day in this picturesque piece of Canada.
Take shelter in a quaint local restaurant as the wild surf crashes against glacier rock formations on the rugged Atlantic coastline in the old-world fishing village of Peggy’s Cove.
As you paddle your kayak amid playful pods of Beluga whales and watch polar bears stalk their prey on the rugged coastline of Hudson Bay, you’ll be forced to pinch yourself to believe it's not all a wonderful dream.
It’s impossible not to feel a certain sense of homecoming overcome you as you’re warmly welcomed by Calgary locals in a festival of color, life, pageantry – and most of all bull riding – that’s a joyful celebration of past and present.
Perhaps it’s the diverse and hospitable population, or the surrounding landscapes that are the epitome of breathtaking, or maybe it’s the fact that Calgary gets more days of sunshine per year than any other Canadian city; whatever the reason, the minute you step foot in it, you’ll know why visitors fall in love with “The Heart of the New West.”
Climb atop your trusty steed and live the life of a Canadian rancher as you gallop fearlessly across rolling cattle pastures and deep into the untouched wilderness of majestic British Columbia.
As your heart rate quickens and your adrenalin peaks, you watch wide-eyed as a wild polar bear stalks across the frozen tundra deep in the Canadian wilderness.
As you stand atop the soaring Maligne Canyon and gaze down into the rushing waterfalls below, the epic scale and grandeur of Canada’s Rocky Mountains will flood your senses like the thick waterfall mist.
As humpback whales breech in the pristine waters off Vancouver Island and majestic bald eagles soar overhead, take a moment to breath in the fresh sea air and reflect on the incredible natural paradise that lies before you.
From Titanic history, to early French and British settlements. From quaint picturesque coves to sweeping highland vistas. Explore the Best of Nova Scotia with your own private guide.
* CAD per person, double occupancy, private tour with own vehicle. Subject to change. Per person rate typically lower for a large group.
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