It won’t surprise you to know that as the world’s second largest country, Canada has an abundant range of landscape, scenery, culture, experiences and wildlife. From the Rocky Mountains and the Pacific Coast in the west of the country to the multi-cultural cities of the east and the Atlantic Coast, this is a country of enormous size with adventure around every corner.
Weather and when to go
Spring and autumn are lovely times to visit and the typical touring season runs from May to October. The summer months are long, warm and sunny. Depending on your altitude and activities, you may well need to pack waterproof outdoor clothing, even in the warmer months.
Savour gourmet cuisine in Québec City
Explore the wilderness of rural Vancouver Island
Go whale watching in the Strait of Georgia
See bears at locations including Knight Inlet
Traverse the mighty Rocky Mountains
Experience vibrant Vancouver
Drive the magnificent Icefields Parkway
Hike the trails of beautiful Banff National Park
See magnificent polar bears in Churchill, Manitoba
Discover the French influence in Montréal
Canada’s most westerly province is an absolute paradise for lovers of the great outdoors. There are mountains, valleys, forests full of wildlife, enormous empty spaces, rugged coastline and islands off the coast. This is also Canada’s second largest wine producing country offering vineyard tours and wine tasting to wine lovers.
We advise that you seek advice on recommended vaccinations and precautions from a health professional – either a GP, a practice nurse, a pharmacist or a travel health clinic – ideally at least eight weeks before departure. Visit NHS Fit for Travel for Canada specific guidance.
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