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Tours in Canada

Brimming with extraordinary scenery and cosmopolitan cities– prepare to discover Canada.

Kayak through rushing rapids and see a grizzly bear snatch leaping salmon from the air. Trek up teal-hued mountains for spectacular panoramas of the awe-inspiring Banff National Park, taking a break to soak your muscles in natural hot springs, before journeying across glacial ice fields on our Rockies Trail tour.

Catch a game of ice hockey and cheer on the Toronto Maple Leafs before climbing the soaring CN Tower and contemplating the glimmering Toronto skyline. Witness the phenomenal Niagara Falls from the deck of the famed Maid of the Mist; or wander down the cobbled streets of picturesque Quebec and shop ‘til you drop at Montreal’s Underground City.

Alternatively, extend your trip with a tour of the USA’s eastern cities – museum-hopping in the democratic capital Washington D.C. and wandering through Central Park in the city that never sleeps, New York.

11 days Seven Seas Mariner in Alaska

Seven Seas Mariner Alaska Cruise

Guide Price €8,075 pp  

Set sail for the wilderness and beauty of Canada and Alaska in luxury with Regent Seven Seas Cruises®. From the moment you embark upon the 700 guest all suites, all balcony Seven Seas Mariner® you can expect exceptional service and...

Cruise holidays

Seven Seas Mariner Alaska Cruise
14 days Patricia Lake, Jasper

Great Parks of the West

 

Vancouver is the starting point for this exciting journey through the best National Parks of the Canadian Rockies. See spectacular scenery from the stunning lakes in Banff to the soaring peaks at Whistler as you head through some of the...

Self drive holidays

Great Parks of the West
9 days

Whales, Bears and Vancouver Island

 

Experience vibrant, cosmopolitan cities, incredible wildlife and the unrivalled beauty of Vancouver Island's scenery. Arriving first in the provincial capital of Victoria, where you'll hit the water for a world-class whale watching journey in the Strait of Georgia. Then, travel...

Self drive holidays

Whales, Bears and Vancouver Island
15 days Stanley Park Totem Pole, Vancouver

Totem Peaks

 

Snow capped mountains, crystal clear lakes, unexplored forests; welcome to Western Canada! This 14 night tour, starting and ending in Vancouver, takes in some of the most picturesque sights in the west including the National Parks of Banff and Jasper.

Self drive holidays

Totem Peaks
17 days

Seven Seas Navigator New England and Canada Cruise

Guide Price €7,985 pp  

Discover the rugged coastline of New England and Eastern Canada in luxury with Regent Seven Seas Cruises®. From the moment you board the 490 guest Seven Seas Navigator® you will experience the incredible service and attention to detail which brings...

Cultural holidays

Seven Seas Navigator New England and Canada Cruise
16 days

EagleRider Canada to Yellowstone Guided Motorcycle Tour

 

This incredible guided tour initially takes you from the coastal City of Seattle in Washington state, through the visual splendor of the Cascade Mountains before ascending the spectacular Canadian Rockies to bask in the beauty of Lake Louise and Banff...

Escorted tours

EagleRider Canada to Yellowstone Guided Motorcycle Tour
16 days High Note Trail, Whistler

Unlimited Adventures

 

Take an epic adventure across the great Canadian Rockies. Journey from Calgary through the Canadian Rocky Mountains to the breath taking coastlines of Vancouver and the Pacific Ocean. Experience the wilderness of Banff National Park, the magnificence of Lake Louise...

Adventure holidays

Unlimited Adventures
7 days

Olympic National Park and Vancouver Island Tour

 

The Pacific Northwest and South Eastern Canada are combined in this fabulous 7 day escorted small group tour. Visit Olympic National Park and Vancouver Island to experience the rugged coastline both share, which is home to black bears and orca...

Escorted tours

Olympic National Park and Vancouver Island Tour
13 days

Heritage Trail

 

Explore the amazing provinces of Ontario and Québec and enjoy a kaleidoscope of incredible experiences on this unforgettable self drive itinerary. Start in Canada's entertainment capital of Toronto before journeying along the picturesque shores of Lake Ontario to the fantastic...

Self drive holidays

Heritage Trail
15 days Manitoulin Island, Ontario

Great Parks of the East

 

Take a journey through the incredible parks of Ontario and Québec on this 14 night self drive tour soaking up the breath taking scenery, fascinating culture and unforgettable wildlife. Begin in cool and cosmopolitan city of Toronto , where you...

Adventure holidays

Great Parks of the East
10 days

Lighthouses and Lobsters

 

Discover quaint seaside towns, picturesque scenery and colourful lighthouses all in one New England self drive tour. Begin in historic Boston and take a stroll along the famous Freedom Trail, before exploring the small fishing communities and lighthouses along the...

Self drive holidays

Lighthouses and Lobsters
6 days

Churchill Town and Tundra Polar Bears Tour - Enthusiast Package

 

Embark on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure – one that cannot be replicated anywhere else on earth. This tour allows you a unique opportunity to view the majestic polar bear in its natural habitat – often extremely close-up – from an official...

Wildlife holidays

Churchill Town and Tundra Polar Bears Tour - Enthusiast Package

Frequently Asked Questions

Jaw-dropping scenery and friendly locals aside, Canada is known for a number of things…here’s just a few:
Maple syrup – over 80 percent of the world’s maple syrup is produced here.

Ice Hockey – the country’s national winter sport, both the Canadian men and women’s teams consistently walk away with Olympic gold.

The Northern Lights – though visible in Iceland and Norway, tourists travel from all over the globe to Canada’s unspoilt wilderness to be mesmerised by the aurora borealis as it snakes across the sky.

Crystal waters – boasting some of the cleanest water on the planet, Canada has more lakes than all other countries in the world combined.

With a rainbow of colours bouncing off the pristine cerulean lakes, the northern-most regions of British Columbia boast stunning backdrops for viewing aurora borealis, or make the journey into the remote wilderness of Saskatchewan and you’ll be rewarded with unbelievable views of this beautiful spectacle.

Canada is known for a few foods – here’s three of the most popular dishes:

Poutine – this savoury dish consists of cheese curds, crispy fries and gravy, and can be topped with either pulled pork, bacon or smoked meats.

Salmon jerky – with a wealth of delicious seafood on offer, this dried to-go snack is a favourite among locals.

Butter tarts – a hugely popular sweet treat, these consist of a small pastry shell filled with egg, sugar, butter and syrup, baked until the top layer is crunchy.

With its combination of phenomenal landscapes, diverse cities, and the unerring charm of its locals and sleepy towns, America’s beautiful and polite cousin, Canada, should not be overlooked.

Why you’ll love Canada…

• Strolling along the cobbled streets of Quebec
• Gazing up at the mighty Niagara Falls from the Maid of the Mist
• Observing the humbling beauty of the aurora borealis
• Catching an ice hockey game
• Watching an evening light show at the picturesque Parliament Hill in Ottawa
• Experiencing the highest tides in the world at the Bay of Fundy
• Observing the dramatic Canadian Rockies aboard the world-famous Rocky Mountaineer train
• Riding the Ice Explorer snow bus across the Athabasca Glacier
• Witnessing polar bears in their natural habitat in Churchill
• Enjoying a meal with a view, from the soaring CN Tower
• Whale watching in British Columbia
• Taking the Banff Gondola lift to the top of Sulphur Mountain

Did you know?

• Over half of the world’s population of polar bears can be found in Canada.
• Canada’s police force give out ‘positive tickets’ to civilians when they see somebody doing something positive.
• Some parts of Canada have less gravity than the rest of the world. Discovered in the 1960s, this bizarre phenomenon is a result of Ice Age glaciers pushing down on the Earth’s crust underneath Canada. The weight of the ice caused mantle rock to ooze sideways, leaving an unfilled gap for the crust to bounce back into. It is yet to fully bounce back.

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