Travel in Canada

This will be a make-or-break year for small businesses across Canada. Between lockdowns, store-opening restrictions and widespread income loss among the general population, independent business owners are struggling to meet their overheads and pay rent.

Booking an adventure holiday in Canada is probably on your bucket list. Join a guided tour that explores the Rocky Mountains, or find a self-guided bike tour on Vancouver Island. Explore famous mountain towns like Jasper, Banff, Canmore or Whistler on these incredible group tours. Canada is famous for nature, and the best way to explore nature is on your own two feet, or two-pedals, or two skis. You get the idea!

In Banff you can get out onto the slopes on skis or a board, with equipment hire and lift passes made easy. But that’s not all this place has to offer. With a bit of luck you can view nature’s most spectacular light show, the Northern Lights, as they dance in the night’s sky.

Atlantic Canada takes you from Nova Scotia – with its plentiful pubs and windswept shores – through to the Nordic spas of Moncton and the quaint charms of Charlottetown. This trip has unforgettable experiences, including whale watching, lobster feasts, epic cycle trails and even ziplining adventures.

Kicking off in the multicultural city of Toronto, this trip has a little something for everyone, bringing you the best of Ontario & Quebec in a week.  Lose yourself in Toronto and maybe catch a Blue Jays game if they are playing, indulge in Montreal’s foodie scene and the history of Quebec City, ending your trip in the nation’s capital of Ottawa.

Booking an adventure holiday in Canada means you will see something special. Guided and Self-guided tours take you out into nature, exploring stunning mountain peaks, finding time for a dip in a chilly alpine lake and hopefully seeing a lot of wildlife along the way. Find a guided tour through the Canadian Rockies or a self-guided tour on Vancouver Island.