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Luxury Canadian Holidays

Discover the mirrored lakes, snow-capped mountains, rolling vineyards, and trendy cities of Canada.

Guide to Luxury Holidays in Canada

For vast wilderness, head to British Columbia. Home to jagged mountains, dramatic coastlines, and endless forests, BC is paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. You can hike through the Glacier National Park, one of seven national parks in the province, and spy some of the fascinating local wildlife like moose, grizzly bears, and maybe even a cougar. When you’re done, head to Vancouver – the region’s vibrant metropolitan hub, boasting several important museums and galleries, and plenty of fine dining. Travel east to Alberta, a land of stunning lakes and rugged terrain, which features two of the world’s oldest national parks, Jasper and Banff. Here you can drive the Icefields Parkway, which starts from the glorious Lake Louise - a photographer's dream - and ends in beautiful Jasper. After you've had your fill of outdoor adventure, check out Calgary’s cool cocktail scene or visit the fringe festival in Edmonton. Jump on a plane and fly to Canada’s far eastern provinces. In Ontario, you'll find over 250,000 lakes, the legendary Niagara Falls, as well as Toronto and Ottawa, the region’s vibrant cosmopolitans. Both cities have excellent cultural attractions, a range of fantastic restaurants, and great nightlife. Whilst Quebec is home to the nation's oldest city - Quebec City, and the European influenced Montreal, which has arguably the best food in Canada.

Timezone
GMT-5
Currency
Canadian Dollar
Flying Time
~9 hours
Canada is a fantastic luxury holiday destination year-round. Despite chilly winter temperatures, sometimes dropping as low as -25°C, you can make the most of the snowfall by heading to world-class ski resorts, catch an ice hockey game, and warmup at natural hot springs in stunning locations. Summer brings lush, green landscapes and temperatures of 24°C. The warm weather is perfect for swimming in Canada’s beautiful lakes or sunbathing on remote beaches. You can join the locals in celebrating Canada Day on July 1st or attend Edmonton’s Fringe Festival in mid-August.
British and EU citizens don’t normally require a visa to visit Canada, but you will need to apply for an Electronic Travel Authorisation (eTA) to enter the country. For more information on visa requirements and general travel advice visit GOV.UK
From salmon caught in nearby streams to locally harvested maple syrup, Canadian cuisine is all about freshness. With thousands of miles of coastline, you can rely on most menus featuring fresh seafood, like lobsters, mussels, and scallops. You can also sample local game like venison, bison, and moose. Pair your meal with wine from nearby vineyards. Ice wine is a regional speciality made from grapes that have frozen on the vine. Canada also has a vast selection of excellent microbreweries. Try them all as you travel throughout this remarkable nation.

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Popular areas in Canada

Vancouver Island & Coast
Travel to a land of rugged wilderness, remote yet quirky communities, and stunning national parks.
Banff
View surreal natural beauty with a birds-eye view from above, or with a serene canoe cruise across the flawless lakes.
Lake Louise
Travel to a region home to a picture-perfect lake sheltered by the mighty Rocky Mountains.
Jasper
Travel to a land of dramatic canyons, world-renowned ski resorts and welcoming locals.
Calgary
Travel to a city situated on the edge of renowned national parks with great views of the snow-capped peaks of the Rocky Mountains.
Toronto
Discover a culturally-rich yet effortlessly sophisticated city. Toronto oozes classic charm as well as modern luxuries.
Niagara Falls
Soak up the thunderous beauty of one the world's most majestic and wettest natural wonders.
Vancouver
Discover one of the most cinematic cities in the world featuring an idyllic harbour and rising snow-capped mountains.
Ottawa
Journey to a diverse city, where Victorian architecture and modern skyscrapers meet the great Canadian outdoors.
Niagara on the Lake
World-class wineries, picturesque clapboard houses, and a shimmering lake create Canada's prettiest town.
British Colombia Mountains
Let nature work its magic in the vast open spaces and towering mountain landscapes of British Columbia.
Alberta & The Rockies
Travel to a region where snow-capped peaks dominate the landscape and bison roam the empty plains.
Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia is a destination for something a little different. Spot whales off the coast, eat fresh lobster, walk in beautiful National Parks and see quaint lighthouse all along the coast. Choose Nova Scotia for a taste of something new.
Ontario
Journey to the home of Niagara Falls and explore skyscraper cities, historical towns and the great Canadian wilderness.
Montreal & Quebec
Discover La Belle Province and explore glacial valleys, lakes, lush forests, snow-capped mountains and romantic cities.
Atlantic Canada
Discover the beauty of the Atlantic Ocean, look out for breaching whales, and admire iconic lighthouses.
Manitoba
Travel to a region of beautiful scenery, incredible wildlife, and cosmopolitan cities.