Nature and culture combine to create an unforgettable holiday in Canada. Its diverse landscape, numerous water worlds and cosmopolitan metropolises will fill your tour with such variety. And you thought it was all Mounties, moose and snow.
Spread across six time zones and second only to Russia in size, Canada offers visitors a diverse landscape to explore, from majestic mountains and glittering glaciers to tranquil rivers and raging streams.
The St. Lawrence River, flowing form Lake Ontario to Québec, is lined by interesting towns and lush, green wilderness. A gentle cruise on the crisp waters will take you to the curious Thousand Islands, an archipelago straddling the Canada-U.S. border dotted with castles and cabins.
Journey across dry land and you’ll encounter many welcoming, culture-rich towns and cities. History enthusiasts will enjoy Kingston’s original charm: Bellevue House, Fort Henry, prim Victorian mansions and the military college are definite highlights. We also recommend a tour of Old Québec, a UNESCO World Heritage site, boasting the Place Royale, Dufferin Terrace, Chateau Frontenac, Parliament and Basilica. Toronto, the unofficial economic capital of Canada, is a modern, multicultural oasis where guests can take in grand City Hall buildings, Parliament and the university or stretch their legs on a climb of CN Tower.
Weather & Climate
The climate in Canada varies due to month and region with colder months October to February and milder months March to September.
When to go
If you want to enjoy the great outdoors without the snow, travel between May and September.