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Canada-it’s time to fly

Canada-discover best time and places to visit. Cool culture and spotting road trips.

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Explore Canada holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | Canada is more than its hulking-mountain, craggy-coast good looks: it also cooks extraordinary meals, rocks cool culture and unfurls wild, moose-
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Set off on a journey of a life time through the soaring mountain ranges, melting-pot cities and along wave-shaped coastlines on an epic Canada holiday

Embark on an unforgettable journey through Canada's majestic mountain ranges, vibrant cities, and picturesque coastlines on an epic holiday experience. Canada, with its vast expanse and diverse landscapes, offers endless opportunities for adventure and exploration. Whether you find yourself on the Pacific or Atlantic coast, the great outdoors beckons with its breathtaking beauty.

Wildlife encounters are part of everyday life in Canada, where you might stumble upon a whale breaching just off the shore or witness a bear and her cubs causing a traffic pause as they cross the road. These remarkable moments are what make holidays in Canada truly special. Even in urban centers, nature is always within reach. Cities like Vancouver, surrounded by water and mountains, and Calgary, nestled at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, seamlessly blend urban living with natural splendor.

Toronto boasts stunning views of Lake Ontario, while Montreal and Quebec City overlook the majestic St. Lawrence River. Yet, it's not just the landscapes that captivate visitors; Canada's cities host a plethora of festivals and events year-round. From Calgary's renowned Stampede to Ottawa's Winterlude celebration, there's always something exciting happening.

Our team of Canada experts has traversed the country from coast to coast to curate the finest hotels, lodges, and travel experiences. Let us craft a tailor-made itinerary for you, ensuring every moment of your journey is unforgettable. Visit your local store and join us for a glass of Champagne as we plan your next Canadian adventure together.

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Given Canada's vast size, it's no surprise that regional climates vary significantly across the country. The majority of the population resides within a hundred miles of the USA-Canada border, where distinct seasons prevail, characterized by extreme temperature variations. Winters can be bitterly cold, while summers are warm and humid. Spring brings beautiful blossoms, and autumn is adorned with colorful foliage, both accompanied by pleasant temperatures, making them ideal times to visit.

In the Rocky Mountains, the first snowfall can occur as early as September or October, with snow lingering until mid-June or even July. Northern regions, including Churchill, Manitoba, experience a subarctic climate, featuring long, intensely cold winters and brief, cool summers lasting only a couple of months. These diverse climates offer unique experiences and highlight the country's natural beauty throughout the year.

Canada, the second largest country on Earth, boasts the world's longest coastline and borders three different oceans. Its vastness is exemplified by Baffin Island, which is nearly twice the size of the UK. While many visitors are drawn to the western provinces of British Columbia and Alberta or the eastern provinces of Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick, there's much more to explore across the country.


British Columbia, Canada's westernmost province, epitomizes the Canadian wilderness with its untamed coastlines, snow-capped mountains, and diverse wildlife. Vancouver, its bustling city gateway, offers a blend of creativity, cosmopolitan charm, and natural beauty, boasting museums, galleries, restaurants, and bars.

Ontario and Quebec, the cultural heart of Canada, house four major cities within close proximity. Toronto and Ottawa in Ontario offer urban sophistication, while Montreal and Quebec City in Quebec showcase French-influenced charm. Rural areas in both provinces feature picturesque landscapes ranging from rolling hills to serene lakeside cottages.

Islands and mountains

Vancouver Island, situated across the Strait of Georgia, offers a diverse array of natural wonders within easy reach. From ancient rainforests to marine adventures and upscale dining experiences, the island's attractions are unparalleled.

Canada's portion of the Rocky Mountains spans approximately 900 miles from Idaho and Montana to British Columbia and Alberta. This iconic mountain range, with its serrated peaks and turquoise lakes, captivates visitors with its breathtaking landscapes. Five national parks, including Banff and Jasper, offer opportunities for outdoor exploration and scenic marvels that defy imagination.

Can you really claim to have experienced Canada without indulging in poutine? This Québécois classic combines fries with rich gravy and cheese curds for a sinfully delicious treat that must be tasted to be believed. In British Columbia, seafood, especially salmon and Dungeness Crab, reigns supreme thanks to Vancouver's multicultural culinary scene, offering a global array of dining options.

Maritime Canada

On the Atlantic coast, seafood also takes center stage, with fish and chips and locally caught lobster being must-try dishes. For a taste of Canada's most charming side, head east to the maritime provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland & Labrador, and Prince Edward Island (PEI). Here, Celtic traditions are alive and well, with lively ceilidhs, fiddle music in cozy pubs, and events like the Antigonish Highland Games showcasing the region's rich heritage.

Getting around

In terms of transportation, Canada offers excellent driving conditions, particularly in the west and Atlantic provinces, with wide, open roads and plenty of attractions along the way. Whether you opt for a car rental or the freedom of a motorhome, there are numerous self-drive options to explore. VIA Rail operates Canada's rail network, offering scenic journeys across the country and convenient city-to-city travel, especially in eastern Canada. For an unforgettable experience, consider the Rocky Mountaineer, renowned as one of the world's most scenic rail journeys, traversing between Vancouver and Banff or Jasper.


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  • Canada is a wildlife watching paradise with whale, bears, wolves, moose and many other species a common sight
  • Cosmopolitan and culturally diverse cities with beautiful natural surroundings
  • Breathaking islands and coastlines from Vancouver Island in the west to Nova Scotia and Newfoundland in the east
  • A calendar full of festivals and events throughout the year and across the country
  • Rich Inuit, First Nations and Métis cultures, traditions and heritage

Our Cananda hotels

In Canada, hotels mirror the diversity of its landscapes, offering everything from hidden-away lodges to grand city railway hotels. In just one trip, you can experience a historic hotel in the heart of a bustling city, a cozy lodge perched by the ocean, and a rustic log cabin retreat in the mountains' shadow. For those who prefer contemporary style, there are gleaming skyscrapers, boutique hotels exuding charm, and iconic buildings with a modern twist. We've curated a selection of the finest hotels in Canada, including renowned names like Fairmont, Ritz Carlton, and Relais & Châteaux. Additionally, we feature independently-owned hotels, inns, and lodges such as Vancouver Island's Wickaninnish Inn and Deerhurst Lodge near the entrance of Ontario's Algonquin Provincial Park. Explore our recommended accommodations for an unforgettable stay in Canada.


Discover the Best of Canada: Multi-Center Vacations

Discover the best of Canada on a multi-center vacation that takes you on a journey across this vast and beautiful country. From the towering mountains of the Rocky Mountains to the vibrant cities of Toronto and Montreal, Canada is a destination that offers endless opportunities for exploration and discovery. Visit the iconic Niagara Falls, take a scenic drive through the picturesque countryside, and experience the warm hospitality of Quebec's quaint towns and villages. Whether you're interested in outdoor adventures, cultural experiences, or simply relaxing in nature, Canada has something for every kind of travellers.

A multi-center vacation in Canada allows you to experience the unique charm of each region, from the rugged coastline of British Columbia to the scenic Maritimes. Visit world-class museums and galleries, sample the finest cuisine and wine, and take part in thrilling outdoor activities like hiking, kayaking, or skiing. With its friendly locals, stunning natural beauty, and rich cultural heritage, Canada is a destination that will leave you feeling invigorated and inspired. By exploring multiple centres, you'll get to experience the diversity and complexity of this incredible country, and create memories that will last a lifetime.

Things to do
Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is an absolute must-see when visiting Canada, just an hour's drive from Toronto. This natural wonder attracts visitors from across the globe every year, offering a myriad of entertainment and activities to enjoy. You can explore the Corning Glass Factory, Museum, or catch a show like "Oh Canada Eh?" Additionally, Marine Land provides an opportunity for visitors of all ages to get up close with a variety of sea animals.

Canada’s Wonderland

Canada's Wonderland is a renowned amusement and water park that offers over 75 rides, catering to everyone from kids enjoying Taxi Jam to adventure seekers on Soaring Timbers. Additionally, the splash park attraction adds to the fun. Spend a day exploring this incredible wonderland, where you'll also find numerous shows and events to enjoy.

CN Tower

The CN Tower stands as an iconic and renowned landmark on the shores of Lake Ontario. Offering a plethora of experiences, visitors can dine in its revolving restaurant, enjoying a meal while marveling at the city and lake below. The Glass Floor provides an opportunity to embrace stunning views over the city. As one of the tallest structures globally, soaring 553 meters high, the CN Tower is a must-see attraction. At night, the tower is illuminated in a variety of colors, adding to its allure.

Banff National Park

Banff National Park holds the distinction of being Canada's first national park and is renowned for its abundance of outdoor activities. Visitors can indulge in mountain biking, hiking, and exploring charming mountain villages. Additionally, the park offers ample opportunities for photography, with its diverse array of birds and wildlife.

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Passport and Visas:

An Electronic Travel Authorisation (eTA) is now required for British citizens travelling to Canada, please speak to a Personal Travel Expert for details

Public Holidays:

February: Family Day
May: Victoria Day
01 July: Canada Day
September: Labour Day

Events & Festivals:

• January to February: Quebec Winter Carnival, Quebec City, Quebec – The world's largest winter carnival with events such as night parades, snow and ice sculptures and, most importantly ice slides
• February: Winterlude, Ottawa, Ontario – Much like Quebec's Winter Carnival but with the added excitement of being able to skate on the Rideau Canal which is the world's largest skating rink when conditions lead to it the water freezing.
• June/July: International Jazz Festival, Montreal, Quebec – A famous event with many free outdoor concerts over a period of ten days
• July 01: Canada Day, nationwide: Canada's birthday is celebrated with parties and fireworks throughout Canada
• July: Celebration of Light, Vancouver, British Columbia – This huge firework display competition lights up the skies of Vancouver and can be seen best from a variety of view points.
• July: Calgary Stampede, Calgary, Alberta – A traditional annual event not to be missed. Experience true western Canada cowboy culture with chuckwagon races, rodeos and live music.
• November to January: Winter Festival of Lights, Niagara Falls, Ontario: See the falls and city beautifully illuminated


Most goods are available slightly cheaper than the cost at home. Canadian arts and crafts fashioned from pewter, wood, silver and pottery (as well as Native Canadian art like soapstone-carvings, totem poles and weavings) are best found in the regions where they are produced.


Many Canadians in the service industry rely on tips to supplement their income. Tips or tax are not usually automatically added to a bill in Canada, but you should always check. Taxi drivers, hairdressers and waiters are generally given 10-15%. Bellhops, porters and doormen are generally paid Can$1 per item of luggage. It may be advisable to carry small change for this purpose. These figures are for guidance only and assume that service has been good.



Houston - Average temperatures
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Min (°C) -15 -13 -7 0 7 12 15 14 9 3 -3 10
Max (°C) -6 -3 2 11 19 24 26 25 21 13 6 -1
Min (°F) 5 9 19 32 45 54 59 57 48 37 27 14
Max (°F) 21 27 36 52 66 75 79 77 70 55 43 30
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Max (°C) -29 -30 -29 -21 -9 2 6 3 -6 -16 -23 -26
Min (°F) -33 -35 -33 -18 5 27 34 28 10 -9 -22 -29
Max (°F) -20 -22 -20 -6 16 36 43 37 21 3 -9 -15

Inspirational Experiences in Canada

Canada is a country that inspires the soul, with its breathtaking landscapes, rich cultural heritage, and warm hospitality. From the majestic mountains to the rugged coastlines, Canada's natural beauty is awe-inspiring and humbling. Take a hike through the Rocky Mountains, watch the Northern Lights dance across the night sky, or kayak through the calm waters of the Canadian Rockies - these experiences will leave you feeling grateful and connected to nature.

Canada's cities are also a source of inspiration, with world-class museums, galleries, and performances that showcase the country's vibrant arts scene. Visit the iconic CN Tower in Toronto, explore the historic streets of Quebec City, or attend a performance at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa - these experiences will leave you feeling inspired and energized. And with its rich cultural heritage, Canada is also a destination that celebrates diversity and inclusivity, making it a place where people from all backgrounds can feel welcome and inspired.


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