Diversity in Culture, Geography and Vacation activities, makes Canada the destination spot for just about everything.
The landscape is diverse, ranging from the Arctic tundra of the north to the great wheatlands of the central area. The country is divided into ten provinces and two territories. Today, the world's largest country, Canada comprises of lake and river - filled forest, mountains, plains and even a small desert. The great plains or prairies cover Manitoba, Saskatchewan and parts of Alberta.
Western Canada is known for its Rocky Mountains, southeast are the great lakes, while the east has the countries major cities and also its most visited geographic feature - the Niagara Falls.
Canada is an incredible mix of native flora and fauna. One of Canada's best known symbols - the maple leaf - from the sugar maple tree - appears on the country's flag.
There are about 500 species of birds, such as the Canadian geese, the great blue heron, and many varieties of duck. Endemic animals include the grizzly, black, brown and polar bears, buffalo, lynx, deer and moose. Canada has over 37 national parks, over 129 national historic parks, and 12 areas of such natural significance that they are on the UN World Heritage list.
"City Sights" and "Stopover Packages"
2 Nights Hotel Accommodation only based on European Plan (no meals).
City sightseeing tour.
All rates are per person in Canadian Dollars, and do not include the 7% Goods and Services Tax.
This tax will be added at the time of booking.