Canada is steeped with picturesque landscapes and unique vacation spots for tourists to admire and explore. The country plays home to culturally rich and vibrant cities and a host of unearthly wonders. Take a life-risky plunge into the gigantic Niagara Falls and stop to admire the glossy blue lakes and unparalleled scenery of Banff National Park. Catch a glimpse of the city's majestic skyline from the CN Tower of Toronto don't miss out on trips to Quebec and Vancouver.
  • Hike along the trails that boast of rugged cliffs, mountain peaks, dense green forests, alpine lakes, and vales of wildflowers. Watch out for the landmarks like Mount Assiniboine, Lake Moraine, Lake Louise, and the Athabasca Glacier. Take note of the variety of wildlife around you that will make your Canada Tour more memorable.

    Hike up the rugged Canadian Rockies
  • The trip to British Columbia during the Canada Tour is marked with helicopter sightseeing, tubing, hiking, and skiing. Take part in ski safaris along the trails that include Revelstoke, Kicking Horse, Whistler Blackcomb, and Panorama. Hit the Powder Highway if you love it steep and deep or relax at the resorts of Okanagan Valley.

    Go on an exciting ski trip in British Columbia
  • Feast your eyes on the stunning views on the Alaska Cruise on the Canada Tour. Explore the serene lakes, steep glaciers, mountains, and wilderness. Marvel at the sky-kissing walls of ice like Endicott, Hubbard Glacier, and other colossal icebergs. Sail the icy bay and watch out for the giant cold-water whales during the Cruise.

    Set out on the romantic and adventurous Alaska Cruise

Bucket List Experience

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British Columbia

The Canada Tour welcomes you to the world of mystical rainforests, majestic mountain ranges, and the vast Pacific Ocean at British Columbia. Indulge in mind-blowing encounters with giant whales at Vancouver Island and trek along the trail of rickety ladders, beaches, and sludgy gullies. Savor the wide variety of wine at Thomas Okanagan and drink in the lush green beauty of Harrison Hot Springs. Shop till you drop at the Saturday Market of Salt Spring Island and take an exciting ride between peaks on the gondola at Whistler.

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Relax in the steamy mineral waters of Banff Upper Hot Springs on the second day of the Canada Tour. Take a tour of the Royal Tyrell Museum after the soak and enjoy a scenic boat cruise in the Maligne Lake soon after. Spend a few hours with the wide variety of wildlife at Jasper National Park examine the various aboriginal artifacts at Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump at Fort Macleod. Enjoy the thrilling cowboy games of Calgary Stampede in Calgary and then pay a visit to the beautiful Red Rock Canyon Park.

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Niagra Falls

A trip to the iconic Niagara Falls at the US-Canada border will be the most magnificent experience of the Canada Tour. Board the Hornblower Catamaran to take a boat tour of the Niagara Falls. Explore the ancient compartments of the Old Fort Niagara, and proceed to get a deep insight into aquatic life at the Niagara Aquarium. Admire the various sculptures, paintings, and works of art at the Castellani Art Museum and visit the beautiful Butterfly Conservatory along with the Botanical Garden. Also, visit Niagara Falls View Casino to try your luck.

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Visit the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Center on the fourth day of the Canada Tour in Yellowknife of the Northwest Territories. Hike along the Ingraham Trail in Hidden Lake Territorial Park and explore the wooden shacks that belong to the era of the first gold rush in Old Town Yellowknife. Take a pleasant boat trip on the Slave Lake and stop to admire the architectural complexities of the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories. Head to the Aurora Village to hunt for the Northern Lights in the night sky.

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Nova Scotia

Splash around and have fun in Stanley Park on the fifth day of the Canada Tour in Vancouver. Board the cute Aquabus to reach Granville Island, the hub of markets, galleries, restaurants, and shopping centers. Pacify the adrenaline-junkie in you with zip-lining and hiking or ice-skating at the Grouse Mountain and then take the most stunning gondola ride in the Sea to Sky Gondola for astounding views of mountains and landscapes. Take a tour of the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia too.

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Explore the Canadian culture on the last day of the Canada Tour in Toronto. Ride the glass-floored elevator in the tallest building in Canada, the CN Tower, to catch a glimpse of the spectacular views of the city and then proceed to examine the historical tapestry of Canada at The Royal Ontario Museum. Navigate the alleys of Kensington Market to savor the multicultural essence of Toronto and travel back in time with a tour of Casa Loma, the Gothic Revival Castle.

When to Visit

Peak Season

Visit Canada during the Fall Season from September to November to enjoy the Canada Tour in good weather.

Travel Guide


Canada is in North America with the Pacific Ocean to the west, the Atlantic Ocean to the east, and the Arctic Ocean to the north.

Capital City

Ottawa is the capital of Canada.

Main Airport

Toronto Pearson is the busiest, largest, and most important airport in Canada.

Language Spoken

English, French, Mandarin, Cantonese, and Punjabi are the most widely spoken languages in Canada.


The currency of Canada is the Canadian Dollar.


Holding a valid US passport does away with the need for a Canadian visa. However, you need a tourist visa before entering Canada.


The standard values vary between 120 volts and 60 Hertz. The usual power points accept plugs of types A and B.


The WHO and CDC recommend vaccinations for Hepatitis A and B, typhoid, yellow fever, meningitis, rabies, measles, polio, rubella, mumps, Tdap, influenza, pneumonia, shingles, and chickenpox before signing up for the Canada tour.

Emergency Calls

The emergency phone call numbers are 999 the police, 997 for the fire brigade, 993 for traffic police, and 911 for emergencies.

FAQs about Canada

What is internet access like in Canada?

The speed of the internet in Canada is not high enough, but you can get access to it in the hotels, hostels, restaurants, and cafes.

Can I use my mobile/cell phone while in Canada?

The cheapest mobile provider in Canada is Lucky Mobile, so pick a plan and make calls to your heart’s content.

What are the toilets like in Canada?

There are unisex washrooms and free washrooms in shopping centers. The toilets require you to sit down.

Can I drink the water in Canada?

You can safely drink tap water in Canada. Filtered or bottled water is available too in hotels and restaurants.

Are credit cards accepted widely in Canada?

Canada accepts all debit and credit cards, especially MasterCard and Visa cards.

What is ATM access like in Canada?

There are thousands of ATMs or ABMs all over Canada which accept all major debit and credit cards.

What to wear in Canada?

Pack in the warmest of layers because you are going to need all the sweaters and more to bear the icy cold weather of Canada.

Is Canada safe for women to travel solo?

Canada is only perfectly safe but welcoming, too, for women who want to travel solo.