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Canada: A Patchwork of Thriving Cities & Majestic Wilderness

Welcome to Canada, a country of boundless natural wonder and endless discovery! 

Canada is the world’s second-largest country and is home to several defining natural landmarks, including the Great Lakes, the Canadian Rockies, Niagara Falls, Lake Louise, and the Bay of Fundy. Canada also boasts over 40 national parks hosting incredible wildlife, including beaver, whales, lynx, moose, bison, caribou, polar and grizzly bears, and the famous Canadian goose. 

Canada’s winter months can be quite cold, but they provide ample opportunity to enjoy world-renowned skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating, sledding, and incredible festivals, including the world’s oldest winter carnival, Carnaval de Quebec. The summer months are a great time to enjoy hiking, camping, surfing, biking, outdoor concerts, swimming, and almost any outdoor activity you can dream of, while both the fall and spring seasons showcase the beauty of autumn colours and spring blossoms. 

Canada is home to world-famous cities like Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver, as well as countless other cities and townships, each showcasing a unique identity. You'll find entertainment no matter what city you find yourself in, whether you’re interested in world-class culinary experiences, exploring history in acclaimed museums, or meeting new people at community events. 

Canada promises an unforgettable journey for every traveller, whether you’re seeking adrenaline-fueled escapades or moments of tranquillity. Embrace the warmth of Canadian hospitality and embark on the adventure of a lifetime.

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LanguagesEnglish, French
CurrencyCanadian Dollar (CAD)
Places To Go

Handcrafted Journeys to our Most Popular Places in Canada.

01Lake Louise
Aerial view of lake surrounded by dense trees and mountains
Waterfront of the Vieux Port and overlooking the city skyline and bonsecours market building
03Niagara Falls (City)
Close-up of the majectic American Falls pouring into the Niagara River with the horseshoe falls in the background
The city skyline at twilight reflecting in lake ontario
iew of Burrard Bridge and False Creek in downtown, taken during a beautiful cloudy sunset.
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Experience the World’s Second Largest Country

Canada’s captivating wilderness, exciting cities, and multicultural identity offer endless opportunities for exploration and discovery from coast to coast. Iconic cities like Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver showcase Canada’s multicultural identity, each hosting countless world-renowned culinary experiences, festivals, and recreational activities all year round. There is no shortage of adventure waiting for you in Canada, whether you’re skiing in Whistler, canoeing across the Great Lakes, or hiking through extraordinary National and Provincial parks.

Traveler canoeing with rocky mountain reflection on Maligne lake at Spirit island in Jasper National Park, Canada

The Culture

Canada’s cultural heritage is as dynamic and diverse as its incredible natural landscapes, from the Rockies to the Great Plains, the Northern Territories, and the Maritimes. Canadian culture draws from traditions and influences from around the world, and the country celebrates its multicultural identity in its art, music, architecture, and language.

One of the most defining aspects of Canadian culture is the shared passion and respect for the country’s beautiful natural environment. Canadians love to connect with their natural environment through outdoor sports and activities, including skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing in the winter to hiking, canoeing, and camping in the summer. One of the most iconic outdoor pastimes in Canada is pond hockey or shinny, where people play ice hockey on outdoor rinks or frozen ponds.

The vibrant cultural hubs of arts and entertainment in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Edmonton, and several other cities simultaneously showcase Canadian culture while fostering community and a shared Canadian identity. Canadian actors, musicians, and filmmakers like Ryan Reynolds, Celine Dion, Drake, Denis Villeneuve, and many more have earned global recognition for their talent and creativity while proudly sharing Canadian culture with the world.

Canada was colonized by the French in the 16th century and later by the British in the 18th century before declaring independence on July 1, 1867. As a result, Canada is now a bilingual country with English and French as its official languages, but you’ll also hear over 60 Indigenous languages as well as many international languages spoken throughout the country. 

Canada is a melting pot of cultures and Canadians proudly embrace the contributions from various cultural backgrounds, nationalities, and religions with warmth and inclusivity. Canadians also have a reputation of being overly friendly, so don’t be surprised to hear a wild “sorry!” here and there.

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