Canada Tour Packages

Being the second largest country of the world, Canada has a lot to offer to visitors and no matter what tourists might be looking for; chances are that they will find it here. From train rides to boat cruises, stepping back into time or jumping into the future, there is something for everyone. With ten provinces as well as three territories, tourists will be spoilt for choice.

The provinces, which include British Columbia, Nova Scotia, Ontario and Quebec, offer destinations that are pristine, yet completely exciting. A good tour package to Canada will allow travellers to taste all that this beautiful country has to offer. Like most countries, Canada too has its fair share of big cities, but these cities offer tourists experiences unlike others.

Some of the major cities include Toronto, Ottawa and Calgary and all these have lots of places to see and family activities. In Ontario, tourists could dabble in a session of acting or climb to the top of the CN Tower to enjoy some breathtaking views. The best tour packages to Canada will ensure that tourists get to sample the traditions of the native tribes, which still exist in some parts of the country. For the connoisseurs of finer things in life, Canada has much to offer and these include chances to savour the best food and wine.

With long coastlines, there is plenty of fresh seafood to be relished. A tour package to Canada will take tourists to Ontario, where they can see how wine is made and thereafter, enjoy a glass of their favourite. Fishing trips and clam digs at the Prince Edward Island allow tourists to catch their meal for the day. The British Columbia and Manitoba are ideal for nature lovers and well-planned Canada tour packages will ensure a trip to these destinations.

Once here, there will be choices between treks through nature parks, boat cruises that take tourists through icy waters, heli-skiing and even a hunt for gold. A trip to Quebec will take tourists back in time, because here the old world charm has been kept intact. The cobblestone streets remind travellers of Europe and a ride through them in a horse-drawn carriage is a must-do. The sandy beaches of Ontario will prove to be a great place to rest and work on that tan or tourists could choose to head to one of the several award winning spas.

Watch the Royal Canadian Mounties in their full glory at the RCMP Sunset Retreat in Saskatchewan or catch a few whales splashing around. There is simply so much to do in Canada and then some more.

Canada Guide

  • Shopping in Canada

    Shopping in Canada

    There are countless malls and streets in Canada where visitors can indulge in shopping. West Edmonton Mall is the largest shopping mall in North America and has a large number of shops selling quality products. Other than shopping outlets, this mall has an amusement park and ice skating rink. To buy stuffed moose, maple syrups and other famous souvenirs, there are shops dotted across the countryside. Toronto, has a market known as St. Lawrence Market for those who are interested in outdoor shopping.

  • Food Cuisines in Canada

    Food Cuisines in Canada

    Each Canadian region has its own special delicacies to satisfy the taste buds of visitors from across the globe. One of the famous dishes in the country is tourtière meat pies and French fries with cheese curd and gravy. Atlantic Canadian food mainly includes lobster, curled fern heads and seafood. Perogie is one of the most demanded delicacies in West Canada because of the large Ukrainian immigrant population in the country.

  • Calendar of Events in Canada

    Calendar of Events in Canada

    Canadians always celebrate, whether it is freezing winters or warm summers. Some festivals like Ottawa’s Winterlude and Quebec City’s Winter Carnival are celebrated in winters to bring back the lost energy and zeal of the people. Quebec Winter Carnival is a celebration of ice and snow and includes dog sled competitions, snow sculpture contests and Le Bonhomme Carnaval. In late March and in the beginning of April, Pacific Rim Whale Festival is celebrated, which offers many opportunities for whale watching. Celtic Colours International Festival is organised in Cape Breton for nine days in the month of October. Ottawa Tulip Festival is among the most awaited festivals when about three million flowers bloom in the capital city of Ottawa.


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