It is wonderful to feel the grandness of Canada in the raw.
— Emily Carr

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It's difficult to categorize Canada in terms of a travel destination.

Being the world's second largest country in regards to land mass, you'll find an extraordinary amount of diversity in the culture, history, as well as the natural and man-made attractions.

There are high mountain ranges, sparse plateaus, desert-like areas, forested valleys, stunning lakes, seemingly endless prairies, modern cities, as well as a tremendous assortment of flora and fauna. Not to mention, there's a Tim Hortons (Canada's beloved coffee and donut shop, named after the late NHL hockey player Tim Horton) in almost every city and town across the country.

Whether you wish to spend your time hiking through the Rockies, learning about the maritime history of the east coast, or exploring the cosmopolitan cities of Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver, this is a country where every traveler will find something to their liking.



Vancouver Island

Okanagan Valley & British Columbia Interior


Eastern Canada

There’s a land - oh, it beckons and beckons,
And I want to go back - and I will.
— Robert Service