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Canada is brimming with exciting attractions, inspiring vistas and a rich heritage. Tours are a fantastic way to see the sights and experience multiple destinations in one trip - we offer a range of tour types to choose from.
The itineraries below are here to inspire you, by capturing the essence of our amazing destinations and the experiences they bring. We understand that a tour isn’t a cookie-cutter experience, and so our specialist touring team are on hand to tailor-make the perfect adventure for you.
A great way to make the most of a trip to Canada is with one of our escorted tours, helping to plan your trip and give you the best chance to see and experience as much as possible on your holiday.
Canada evokes a sense of adventure, and an Independent Tour is a great way to explore the country in a hassle-free way. This type of tour entails being transferred between each destination via coach, but unlike an escorted tour where excursions are set, you’ll be able to choose your own activities.
Small Group Tours
Travelling across Canada is a thrilling experience, and how better to enjoy it than with a small group of likeminded adventurers? Take to the road with a smaller group of travelling companions, exploring Canada together on an intimate guided trip.
Fly Drive & Self Drive
Fly to your chosen destination and then pick up a rented car, where you can then take to the open road and explore at your own pace. This way of travelling is great for those who want freedom to create their own route and schedule, and it's a fantastic way to see all the sights in Canada.
With Canada being so vast, exploring by train is a great way to discover this wonderful country. Eastern Canada has efficient rail links between the cities of Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec City, and you can travel all the way to Halifax in Nova Scotia for a real experience on the Ocean route with Via Rail. In the west, Rocky Mountaineer offers a luxurious way to see the spectacular Canadian Rockies and the landscapes between the national parks of Jasper and Banff over to the Pacific Coast and the city of Vancouver.