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Evergreen spruce, poplar and pine carpet the slopes of Canada's mountains, and skirt the edges of brilliant blue waters like Lake Louise, while the Eastern Provinces share New England's changing colours in the autumn as the trees light up in brilliant reds, oranges and yellows.
Discover the breath-taking Rocky Mountains on your Canada tour, with their pristine lakes and spectacular Canadian wildlife, while at sea, pods of humpback, orca, minke, beluga and the bizarre but beautiful narwhal make Canada’s coastal waters some of the best in the world for whale watching.
As well as vast open spaces, and endless, forested wildernesses, Canada is home to glittering modern cities, including some of the world’s most desirable urban locations. Experience glittering skylines, acres of parkland, vibrant music and dining scenes, and historic enclaves during your tour of Canada.
Marvel at Toronto’s sky-piercing icon, the CN Tower, and enjoy the view from over 440 metres high, choose to walk on the famous glass floor, or even venture outside to take what is officially ‘the world’s highest external walk on a building’.
The streets of Quebec City streets heave with locals and tourists enjoying European-style cafe culture, while Vancouver’s pristine parks are as flames to a moth for weekending city dwellers during the spring and summer, while Banff turns in a skiier's and snowboarder's paradise in the winter months.
Whatever season you choose to visit on one of our Canada tours, you’ll always enjoy the outdoors to the full.
Things to see and places to visit on your escorted tour of Canada.
Discover the unspoilt beauty of Banff's spectacular surroundings, where the beautiful Canadian Rockies await.Explore
Take in the scenic splendour of the delightful mountain town of Jasper, and enjoy spectacular views of its mountain ranges, glacier-fed lakes, and the town itself.Explore
Take in the highlights of Montreal, the world's second-largest French-speaking metropolis.Explore
Canada’s national dish is poutine (cheesy chips and gravy to British visitors). But this simple, hearty and moreish snack is just one side of Canadian food.
From the bright orange-red of Pacific sockeye salmon to delicate Nova Scotia lobster and lean caribou meat, meat and fish lovers will find plenty to celebrate, while those with a sweet tooth should keep an eye out for Nanaimo bars as well as the ubiquitous maple syrup.
Among national drinks, Canada has taken advantage of its chilly winter to become the world’s leading producer of ice wine (which is only made from grapes that have frozen while still on the vine) and has one standout peculiarity, the Cesar cocktail, a Bloody Mary made with a mix of tomato and clam juice.