So Much to Enjoy on a Holiday to Canada

A richly varied country featuring everything from polar bears and cosmopolitan cities to snow-capped mountains and the most famous waterfall in the world – Canada genuinely has it all.

The Rocky Mountains

Stretching from New Mexico in the south-western United States to the northernmost part of British Columbia in western Canada, the Rocky Mountains provide some of North America's most awe-inspiring sights. There are many ways to visit the Rockies on Travelsphere’s tours of Canada, with one holiday combining a rail journey with a cruise. You can embark on a tour of the mountain town of Banff and see other destinations such as Lake Louise and Kamloops before heading to Vancouver. There’s time to explore this beautiful city before setting off on an Alaskan cruise.

Some of the region's unique sights are also showcased on a Canadian Rocky Mountaineer rail holiday starting off in the former railroad town of Jasper, with visits to Banff and Vancouver included. If you’re feeling adventurous, optional excursions include rafting trips and nature walks.

The Maple Leaf Trail

Canada is home to some unforgettable natural attractions, but its man-made sights are equally impressive. A holiday along the Maple Leaf Trail gives you the chance to explore some of the nation's biggest and most exciting cities, starting off in Montreal.

The city, which is the largest in the province of Quebec and the second-biggest in the country, is known for its parks, cobbled streets and history. You can set off on a tour to see some of the best that Montreal has to offer, such as Mount Royal and Notre Dame Cathedral.

Quebec is notable for the lasting influence of French culture that distinguishes the destination from many other Canadian cities. It also offers enticing streets, cathedrals and other landmarks, such as Chateau Frontenac.

Views from the CN Tower

You can then head on to Ottawa to see the impressive Parliament Buildings in Canada's capital, before continuing your journey along the shores of Lake Ontario to Toronto. With time to spend in the final location on your tour, you might want to take in panoramic views from the CN Tower or expand your cultural horizons at the Art Gallery of Ontario.

The Splendour of Niagara Falls

There are few natural spectacles more awesome than Niagara Falls, the most powerful waterfall system in North America. After arriving in Toronto, you can travel south through scenic vineyards towards the falls. Every second, hundreds of thousands of gallons of water plunge from the Niagara River down to the comparatively calm lake below. Taking in the sight from the Canadian side of the border, you can appreciate the full force of the falls and even feel the spray on your face.

Every Travelsphere holiday offers exceptional value for money. Included in the price are return scheduled flights/rail travel and internal flights, where applicable, overseas transfers and transportation, carefully chosen hotels, many meals and excursions and the services of a Travelsphere Tour Manager or Local Guide.

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  1. Boat at Horseshoe Falls

    Canada's Eastern Splendours

    Canada’s rich history and immense beauty are yours to discover on this tour of iconic cities and natural wonders.

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  2. Grand Tour of Canada & the Rocky Mountaineer

    ​The ultimate journey across Canada from east to west​, plus a ride on the iconic Rocky Mountaineer train.

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  3. Rockies Winter Wonderland

    Winter is a great time to explore the Canadian Rockies, with snowy peaks, frozen waterfalls and sleigh rides just some of the magical highlights. 

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