Holidays in Canada certainly guarantee two things: great value for money and a terrifically warm welcome. Canada holidays offer a delightful and varied combination of things to do, from a visit to one of its famous National Parks or to view its magnificent Mountain Ranges, a browse through a huge exciting shopping centre or an amazing museum. Visit an Old Fishing Village or hear the many echoes from the wild with humpback whales, polar bears and moose, plus the tremendous variety of other bird and wildlife.
Canada holidays also offer adventures, like nowhere else on earth, pure, rugged, and unspoiled. Home to one of the world's largest networks of National Parks and protected areas Canada has it all - from mountains to coastlines, glaciers to secluded forests and lakes. There's so much to see and do on a holiday in Canada that you could set out on an adventure all year round.
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Start planning your Canada holiday by selecting a region of interest from either the list to the left or below, or by using the map above to select areas of interest.
You'll find information, photography and recommended things to see and do and sample Bon Voyage Canada holiday itineraries as you browse through the different destinations on offer. Once you have narrowed your choice and found something of interest, just give us a call and we'll do the rest.
Call us on 0800 316 3012 to speak to our friendly advisors about your holiday of a lifetime to Canada.
Canada is one of the largest countries in the world, second only to Russia in territorial size!
Alberta, in western Canada, is bounded by the provinces of British Columbia to the west and Saskatchewan to the east, the Northwest Territories to the north and the U.S. state of Montana to the south. Alberta is one of three Canadian provinces and territories to border only a single U.S. state and also one of only two Canadian provinces that are landlocked.
Quebec is Canada's largest province by area and the only Canadian province with a predominantly French-speaking population whose sole official language is French at the provincial level.
Ontario, located smack in the middle of Canada, is the largest province by population and second largest in total area and also has the distinction of being the most affluent.
Manitoba is a prairieprovince which borders Saskatchewan to thewest, Ontario to the east, Nunavut and Hudson Bay to the north and the U.S. states of North Dakota and Minnesota to the south.
Newfoundland and Labradoris the easternmost Canadian province comprised of two main parts: the island of Newfoundland off the country's eastern coast and Labrador on the mainland to the northwest of the island. A former colony and dominion of the United Kingdom, it became the tenthprovince to enter the Canadian Confederation on 31 March 1949.
Soaring mountains, crashing ocean surf, lush rainforests and rolling ranch land - British Columbia is all about the serious out-of-doors!
The province's mainland is the Nova Scotia peninsula surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, including numerous bays and estuaries. Nowhere in Nova Scotia is more than40 miles from the ocean.
There just aren’t enough minutes in the hour to experienceall of the extraordinary moments that make up a New Brunswick day. From the exhilaratingheights of the Bay of Fundy tides, dubbed One of the Marine Wonders of theWorld,
Prince Edward Island islocated in the Gulf of St. Lawrence west of Cape Breton Island, north of the Nova Scotia peninsula, and east of New Brunswick.
The size of Germany, Switzerland and Austria combined - whether its trekking into Kluane National Park and Reserve, a canoe expedition down the Yukon River, or the ultimate road trip on the Dempster, Alaska or Top of the World highways, you’re sure to find plenty of wide-open spaces, stunning scenery and countless species of wildlife in Yukon.