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Book a Travelbag all-inclusive holiday to Canada for 2018 where edgy cosmopolitan cities are just the beginning; it’s what’s on their fingertips that draws people in. Trek through the passes of The Rocky Mountains, witness bears gorge on the salmon rush and marvel at the glory of nature in 40 national parks. All this is a stone’s throw from in demand and up and coming cities.

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Bleak stretches of Arctic tundra, still lakes and seasonal rivers fringed by conifers. Wilderness tells the Canadian story best. Customise your holiday itinerary to include kayaking the Great Lakes, hiking through national parks Banff and Jasper. Keep your eyes peeled for moose, lynx and grizzly bears. Climb and walk through the foothills of the Rockies or take in the majesty of the mountains from the comfort of a train carriage. Canadian holidays in the winter months mean Northern Light hunting in far flung territories like the Yukon and skiing the slopes outside of Vancouver. Worldly cities like Quebec, Toronto and Vancouver are hotbeds of international cuisine and in the summer they burst into life, mimicking the wildlife awakening from hibernation elsewhere. Order steaming plates of poutine after cocktails in Montreal’s jazz bars and cycle over bridges and through verdant islands dotted on the Vancouver coastline.

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Wildlife & Wilderness

It’s not only the beauty of Canada’s wide open spaces that makes it so appealing but their accessibility from major cities. Embark on a rail adventure tour from Vancouver and ride forlorn tracks into the Rocky Mountains to see the snowy alpine landscapes of Banff and Jasper National Parks, tormented by knife sharp glaciers and darkened by shaggy pine forests. Add a boat tour to your Canadian holiday package and find whales honing in on their feeding grounds up and down the Pacific coast. In British Columbia, sodden grizzlies snatch and grab at salmon in waterways that freeze and thaw with the seasons. Way over east in the town of Churchill on the Hudson Bay, Manitoba polar bears stalk seals on pack ice whilst further south towards Toronto on the Atlantic seaboard, thousands of gallons of water plunge down Niagara Falls every second.

Outdoor Activities

A Canada holiday is as much about doing as it is seeing. In the summer, mountain bike around the fragrant pine forests of Banff National Park and swim in Lake Minnewanka. Or hike up to Valley of the Ten Peaks and look down on the 24-carat waters of Lake Moraine. When national parks close for winter, Canadians look to the mountains for skiing and ice climbing. There’s Vancouver’s Whistler, North America’s biggest ski resort, well known for its powder soft snow and class act restaurants and hotels. The sea to sky drive up there is an exhilarating trip and the fertile soils of Okanagan Valley vintages are a short way away. Get your hair wet on a Niagara Falls boat tour and dry out on a summer’s walk through the picturesque 19th century town of Niagara-on-the-Lake with ice creams and lake side views.

Cosmopolitan Cities

 The great outdoors can too be felt in Canada’s urban spaces, enriched by trendy neighbourhoods and pioneering history. Cities like Vancouver, high ranking in the ‘world’s best places to live’ list are best explored along its hiking trails and biking routes, woven into the city’s design. Feel the spray of the Niagara Falls on a day trip from cosmopolitan Toronto (the Tee-dot) and return to dine in your choice of no less than six Chinatowns. If European cuisine is more your thing, consider basing yourself in the cool French ambience of Montreal. Jazz bars, cafes and boutique shops have all found a fitting home away from home in colonial buildings along cobbled streets. Different again is the prairie city of Calgary in the shadow of the Rockies. Dawdle around town after descending from the mountains to discover its agricultural roots, best showcased by the Stampede Festival in July.

Best Time to Travel

Canada follows the same weather patterns as Europe with four well defined seasons in most parts of the country. Each season has its own draws; Canada summer holidays are gloriously hot and long, for many the most opportune time of the year to visit big cities Vancouver and Toronto that explode into life. Winters are extremely cold (many national parks are closed), prime time for skiing, snowboarding and the northern lights in the far north. Perhaps the best time of year to visit is the spring when wildlife emerges from the long winter hibernation and crowds haven’t yet bulked out. Autumn too is popular for wildlife experiences, the salmon run attracts large numbers of bears in British Columbia and polar bears descend into northerly reaches to hunt as the snow and ice set in. Search by state using the tabs above for more indepth weather detail by region.

Why Travelbag?

Search and find Canada holiday packages with Travelbag today. We’ve got great offers on all inclusive holiday packages that save you money on flights and accommodation. Fly to major Canadian holiday destination cities like Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver on the Pacific coast for cheap rates.

Whether you’re into winter sports activities like skiing the Whistler slopes near Vancouver or hiking and trekking national parks like Banff and Jasper, Travelbag travel experts can advise you on your 2018 Canadian holiday package.

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