Canada is geographically located in the north of North America and ranks second in area after Russia. The countries of China, USA, Australia have a little less area after Canada.
Due to the large areas, the climate in different parts of Canada varies significantly. For example, in the north of Canada the climate is polar, in the south it is moderate and mild, so a tourist in Canada may be interested in both active educational tourism and beach holidays or ski resorts.
The resorts of Canada are so diverse that you can describe them for a long time and still there will be things that we have not mentioned.
Banff is a real godsend for all snowboard and ski lovers. There are three ski resorts in the national reserve: not far from Lake Louise, there is the Lake Louise ski resort of the same name. Ski Banff & Norquay was founded in the very center of the Rocky Mountains, and Sunshine Village is recognized as the highest mountain resort. All three resorts are the undoubted pride of the Rocky Mountain region.
Banff National Park is Canada's oldest national park, established in 1885 in the Canadian Rockies. The park is located 110-180 km west of the city of Calgary in the province of Alberta, occupies 6 641 km ² in a mountainous area with many glaciers and ice fields, dense coniferous forests and alpine landscapes. The Icefields Parkway runs from Lake Louise in the south to Jasper National Park in the north. Adjacent to the west are local forests and Yoho National Park, Kootenay National Park to the south, and Kananaskis Country National Park to the southeast. The main commercial center of the park is the city of Banff in the Bow Valley.
For tourists who decide to visit Canada, we can say one thing - you made the right choice.
Toronto is the largest city with a population of more than 2 million people, within a radius of 500 kilometers of which one third of the total population of Canada lives. Toronto is located on the coastal plain of the huge Lake Ontario and has very picturesque landscapes. Toronto has a temperate climate. Tourists can go here at any time of the year, but the most attractive time is autumn - long, mild and dry, which begins in early August. Toronto's central street is Yonqe Star. It begins right at Lake Ontario and goes far north for hundreds of kilometers far beyond Toronto. Toronto has an incredible number of shops, boutiques, restaurants and malls where you can buy whatever you want. Therefore, shopping for tourists is a popular activity.
For tourists, guests and locals, there is a huge choice for sports: water sports, a large number of outdoor and indoor pools, golf courses, tennis courts, spacious parks with jogging and bike paths, many indoor and outdoor skating rinks, ski slopes. In addition, Toronto has a huge zoo and also the largest water park in Canada.
Canada Travel Grand Tour
Duration - 14 days, from May to October, NEW for the season 2018, starting from Montreal or Toronto Location - Quebec, Ontario, Alberta, British Columbia Cost - from $ 7,500
Included for 1 person, double occupancy: tours, transfers, guides and drivers, transportation, fuel, parking, licenses, transport insurance, flights from Toronto to Calgary, entrance fees for the entire program, cruise tickets , 4 * hotels in Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, 3 * hotels in Calgary and Canada National Parks, federal and provincial taxes.
Not included in the price: meals, life insurance, additional excursions
The price is for low season, the price in the middle and high season may vary depending on the date of booking. Low season from October 1 to December 15, from January 3 to March 31 Medium season from April 1 to May 15 High season from December 16 to January 2, from May 16 to September 30
Province of Quebec Montreal is the main city of French Canada, Quebec City is the capital of the province of Quebec. In the province of Ontario, Ottawa is the capital of Canada, the Thousand Islands Archipelago, Toronto is the largest metropolis in Canada, Niagara Falls. In Alberta Jasper National Park, Banff National Park, Calgary, Lake Louise in Banff National Park Province of British Columbia Yoho National Park, Whistler Ski Resort, Glacier National Park, Mount Revelstock, Victoria - capital of British Columbia
Day 1: Arrival in Montreal, meeting at the airport, transfer to the hotel. Accommodation at the hotel.
Day 2: Sightseeing tour of Montreal. Including the Old City, Notre Dame Cathedral, East and West Montreal. Further along the route of the excursion, the Golden Mile, ascent to the Mont-Royal mountain and the Oratorio of St. Joseph. Free time in the evening. Detailed description of the tour of Montreal.
Day 3: Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Quebec - the capital of French Canada. Guided tour of Old Quebec. After the excursion, return to Montreal. Free time in the evening. Description of the tour of Quebec.
An adventure tour of Canada in British Columbia and Alberta.
1 day - arrival in Vancouver. Meeting at the airport. Transfer to the hotel. Accommodation at the hotel.
Day 2 - An extended tour of Vancouver, including an introduction to North Vancouver. A sightseeing tour of the most interesting places in Vancouver gives an idea of the unique natural location and history of the most beautiful city in Canada. Just over two hundred years ago, the first European, and he was the Spaniard Jose Maria Norvaes, landed in the place where Vancouver now stands. Vancouver is not just surprisingly young, but very young, not even one hundred and fifty years old. Interestingly, the capital of British Columbia has always been the town of Victoria, although Vancouver is the main center of the province of British Columbia.
The itinerary includes a visit to Queen Elizabeth Park. A city park with an observation deck, a former quarry turned by the hands of people into a work of garden art. Granville Island is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike, where street performers perform in the open air, where the market is replete with fresh seafood and fruits. Chinatown is one of the oldest in North America. In the Traditional Chinese Garden we enjoy peace and harmony. Historic Vancouver - Gastown. The place where the city originated. Monument to the "father of the city", the merry fellow Gussie Jack. Unique steam clock. Stanley Park is the natural history museum of the West Coast. Stop at Indian totems with a story about the amazing culture of this people. The extended excursion includes all the elements of a sightseeing tour and a visit to the attractions of North Vancouver: the suspension bridge over the Capilano Canyon. After the tour, return to your hotel or any other location within the city center.
Day 3 - Excursion "From sea to sky", travel along the famous Sea to Sky highway. Stop at Shannon Falls. Climb to the top of the mountain in a gondola above the treetops, admiring the snow-capped peaks of the Rocky Mountains. During the tour, stops at panoramic observation decks are provided.
Day 4 - Check out and hotel in Vancouver and drive to Harison Hot Springs On the way, we make stops to eat and admire the subtropical nature of British Columbia. Arrival and check-in at the hotel. In the afternoon, a visit to natural hot springs - pools is provided. Hot springs help remove impurities through the skin, intestines and kidneys. The resort has two indoor and three outdoor mineral water pools. The indoor pool is cooled to a temperature of 38-40 C, which is the ideal temperature for relieving general pain and stress. The indoor crescent pool is maintained at a temperature of 32 ° C. Two outdoor pools were built surrounded by a cascading waterfall, rock formations and plants to mimic the subtropical nature of Canada's West Coast. In the outdoor pool, hot spring water comes from a spring and is cooled to 32-35 C. The large outdoor family pool is maintained at 35 C. The outdoor swimming pool is maintained at 30 C and is ideal for those looking to swim long distances.
Day 5 - Breakfast at the hotel and morning visit to the thermal pools. At noon, departure to Kamloops, on the way, an eco-tour with a visit to the cave in Hope and the Fata waterfall, as well as the largest factory in Canada, Ren-Shen. Overnight at an old ranch hotel on the banks of the Thompson River
Day 6 - Breakfast at the hotel, check out from the hotel and transfer to Vailmount. The journey begins to the Jasper National Park, which is the largest and oldest National Park in the Rocky Mountains. Also during the tour you will visit the provincial park Gray Wells, which contains magnificent waterfalls. You will see the mystical places for and for which romantics, adventure seekers and photographers from all over the world come here! Find out why the Gray Wells Park is known as the land of waterfalls. Ancient volcanoes and slowly moving glaciers have carved out the rivers and lakes that feed the park's waterfalls. You will hear the roar of the falls long before you see the cascading water fall onto lichen-infested boulders as it travels downstream. We will stop for the night in the town of Vailmount.
Day 7 - Breakfast at the hotel, check out from the hotel and transfer to Jasper National Park. We begin our exploration of the reserve with trekking to the Angel glacier, after the glacier we go to the emerald glacial lake. After visiting the lake, we get on a bus - an all-terrain vehicle and take a ride on the Columbia glacier. After the ground part of the tour, climb the glass bridge and enjoy the majestic scenery of the Rocky Mountains of Canada. Overnight at Lake Louise.
Day 8 - Breakfast at the hotel, check out and start of the journey to Lake Moraine and Lake Louise. At Moraine Lake, we enjoy the views and admire the shades of the blue water surface. Convenient hiking trails for walks in the mountains and forests are laid around the lake. Lake Louise is renowned for its fabulous beauty. The lake is surrounded by the majestic Rocky Mountains with snow-capped peaks, surrounded by green forests on picturesque slopes. Overnight in the resort town of Banff.
Private Tour 8-9 hours from Montreal to Ottawa 11-12 hours from Toronto 10-12 hours from Quebec 3 days from Vancouver
Ottawa is located in the southeastern part of Ontario, on the border with the province of Quebec. Ottawa is located 220 km from Montreal, 450 km from Toronto and 450 km from Quebec City
Individual tour to Ottawis Montreal1-2 people from $ 400 3-5 people from $ 490 6-9 people from $ 880 groups from 10 people and higher prices on request from Toronto2 people from $ 550 4-5 people from 650 $ 6-9 people from 1190 $ groups from 10 people and higher prices on request
Who would have thought and predicted 200 years ago that at the confluence of the Ottawa and Rideau rivers, in the thick of the Canadian forest, the beautiful city of Ottawa will be born and develop, which will even become the capital of the huge country of Canada and the center of attraction for everyone tourists arriving in Canada with sightseeing tours? Ottawa is the capital of Canada and one of the most interesting cities in the country and is rightfully considered one of the most beautiful capitals in the world
Ottawa is the capital of Canada and one of the most interesting cities in the country and is rightfully considered one of the most beautiful capitals in the world. Ottawa has more than 70 parks on its territory and is literally buried in greenery. Cleanliness, well-groomed, spacious streets, beautiful roads, orderliness, tranquility, friendliness - these are all typical features of the Canadian capital and the city is the main center of art and cultural life in the country of Canada.
Before the European colonization of the territory of Canada, the Ottawa area was a place of meeting and trade of Indians. Ottawa was founded by British settlers in the 1820s. Initially, it was a small settlement, the inhabitants of which were engaged in laying the Rideau shipping channel, it was supposed to connect the Ottawa River with Lake Ontario. The first name of Ottawa is Bytown, after Colonel John Bye, who oversaw the construction of the canal. By the 1850s, Bytown's territory had expanded significantly, it grew and developed rapidly, and in 1854 it received a new name - Ottawa, after the name of the river on which it was located. The origin of the word "Ottawa" is associated with the name of one of the local Indian tribes, in translation it meant "merchants", "money changers".
By 1832, the canal was completed. Ottawa by this time was a wooden city with more than 10 thousand inhabitants. Nevertheless, Ottawa received the status of a city only in 1854. Since that time, it bears its modern name. In the middle of the XIX century. (in 1857) Upper Canada (province of Ontario) was united by Lower (province of Quebec). The question arose for the capital. Many major Canadian cities have fought for this status. In 1857, Queen Victoria of England issued a decree, according to which Ottawa received the right to be the capital of Canada, since the city was located at the junction of two provinces - English and French, competing with each other. Later, after the formation of the dominion of Canada on July 1, 1867, Ottawa became its capital.
Ottawa in the second half of the 19th century resembled a small provincial city rather than the capital of a large state. There were no interesting architectural structures, large cultural and entertainment institutions, only one-story houses prevailed, and the streets were not crowded even on holidays. Residents of Toronto and Montreal considered Ottawa to be an ugly, uncomfortable and boring city.
Private tour of the most famous and unique attractions in Eastern and Western Canada. During this exciting journey, we suggest seeing and visiting:
Included for 1 person with double occupancy (DBL): tours, transfers, work of guides and drivers, transport, fuel, parking, licenses, transport insurance, flights from Toronto to Vancouver, entrance fees for the entire program , cruise tickets, 4 * hotels in Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, federal and provincial taxes Not included: meals, life insurance
The price is for low season, the price in the middle and high season may vary depending on the date of booking. Low season from October 1 to December 15, January 2 to April 14 Mid season from April 15 to May 20 High season from December 16 to January 1, from May 21 to September 30
Day 1 - Arrival in Montreal. Meeting at the airport by a company representative. Transfer to the hotel. Help with hotel accommodation. Rest and free time after the flight. Walk in the evening Montreal.
Day 2 - Tour De Luxe in Canada begins with a tour of Montreal with a tour of the main attractions of the city. Duration 4 hours.
During a tour of Old Montreal, you will be told about the history of the city's development, as well as many interesting facts from the history of Canada. The route will pass through the most interesting historical sites of the Old Town. Tourists will visit the most beautiful cathedral in North America - Notre Dame Basilica. On the Square of Arms, the attention of tourists will be attracted by the monument to the founder of Montreal - Paul Maisonneuve. Walking along Notre Dame Street, our guides will show you the Montreal City Hall and tell you what now stands on the site of the house of the founder of Detroit Cadillac.
The Chapel of Notre Dame de Bonsecourt, Montreal's old Bonsecourt market and the amazing story behind these names will catch your eye. Further, the route will pass along the pedestrian street of St. Paul, where you will see a monument to the famous Admiral Nelson. Our guides will show you the amazing place where the first settlers of the city landed for the first time, from where the construction of Montreal began. Now there is a unique Museum of History and Archeology. Science Canada Museum, Château Ramsey Castle and Old Port of Montreal will also be featured along the route.