Capilano Suspension Bridge and Park
Breathtakingly suspended 230 feet above and 450 feet across Capilano River, Capilano Suspension Bridge takes you to towering evergreens, serene trails and the award winning attratction, Treetops Adventure. Seven suspension bridges, some reaching as high as 100 feet, take you high abo...
Travel Dates: 2 January - 30 April 2020
Granville Island Market Tour
Granville Island in Canada's second most-visited destination and Vancouver's destination for food lovers, art and culture. Offering fresh, local seasonal produce, guests rub elbows with Vancouver's chefs as they shop for their menus. During the tour guests will savour a variety of fine food artis...
Travel Dates: 2 January - 30 December 2020
Whistler Mountains & Adventure Tours
Explore the Sea-to-Sky highway, also known as the road to the 2010 Olympics, on your way to Whistler Village. Marvel at the second largest granite monolith in the world as you travel amidst the 2133 metre high majestic peaks of the Coastal Mountains. Stops en route include Shannon Falls - the 3rd...
Travel Dates: 1 February - 30 April 2020
Canada boasts pristine wilderness and vibrant cities
Covering such a vast region, a Canadian holiday is certainly not limited for scope. Whether it's to see a black bear in its habitat, watch the Calgary Stampede, snowboard at ski resorts, take in an ice hockey game or visit the home of Anne of Green Gables on Prince Edward Island, Canada's unique attributes are showcased against a breathtaking natural backdrop.
While Canada's stunning landscape is well known, the cities also know how to put on a fabulous show. Montreal is where you can indulge your Francophile tendencies with poutine and maple syrup amongst other cultural pursuits. Toronto, Canada's largest city, is home to the longest street in the world (Yonge Street) and famous landmarks, sporting venues and artistic endeavours. On the west coast, Vancouver is a modern city framed by snow-capped peaks and where you can famously go skiing and sit on a beach on the same day. Canada, eh?