If you are taking off for Canada, and especially for Quebec, we can help you plan so you can travel eco-responsibly! Because Quebec has its own eco-tourism label: Aventure Écotourisme Québec. You can trust them... but still keep your eyes open!
Let me introduce you to the world's most famous waterfalls: the Niagara Falls! Divided between Canada and the States, they're the region's No1 attraction and a highlight during a trip to North America.
Explore Yukon in Canada's Northwest and discover one of North America's last savage paradises. Home to a population of 20,000, twice the size of the UK and globally famous for its stunning landscapes, diverse wildlife, the Klondike Gold Rush and authors such as Jack London.
Let me introduce you to one of the cities with the highest qualities of life. A city where quality of life is more than a buzzword, where nature is respected and cared for where the climate is (mostly) very pleasant and where you don't have to go far to experience the most stunning landscapes at close quarters. Let me present you the pearl of the Canadian west: Vancouver!
Quebec and Montreal: two towns which show you a different, French speaking Canada. Quebec is very much a European style town with its walls and historic sites. Montreal is modern Canada, vibrant and lively. Both of them are ideal towns for a holiday!
Let me give you a guided tour of the multi-faceted, delightful Vancouver Island! The capital, Victoria, is one of Canada's most charming towns. Its smaller neighbours, Torfino and Ucluelet, are great for watersports, surfing in particular. Vancouver Island: a perfect mix!
Let me give you the lowdown on an underrated province in Canada - Alberta. On the one hand there are the majestic Banff and Jasper nature reserves. On the other, there's the urban buzz of Edmonton or Calgary. Alberta is certainly one of Canada's most populous provinces!
Have you heard of Manitoba? Situated in central Canada, most tourists barely give it a second glance. Yet it's full of pleasant surprises…Winnipeg, indigenous people and incredible Churchill, complete with polar bears going about their business!
To the far east of Canada, the province of Newfoundland and Labrador is one of the least visited areas of the country. At the same time, it's one of the most beautiful; a blend of ocean life with stunning scenery at every turn. Newfoundland and Labrador: a welcome surprise!