The ultimate lifetime trip: Canada

on 06 December 2018.

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Canada is a country of immense beauty and diversity. A destination that is best enjoyed over a few weeks, you can experience spectacular wildlife and stunning scenery whilst taking in historic towns natural parks and deluxe resorts. We’ve put together some of our highlights for this destination of a lifetime!

Head to the Rockies

Get out in nature like you’ve never experienced before as you head to the renowned Rockies – marvel at the shimmering blue glacier lakes, snow dusted mountain peaks, miles upon miles of lush green forests and life-giving waterfalls and stop at one of the pretty alpine villages.

There are so many ways you can explore this natural spectacular; hire a car, book a ticket on a Canadian railway or book a helicopter ride for a breath-taking experience.

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Experience the wildlife

Fall in love with Canada’s magnificent wildlife from marine life, bears, eagles, beavers and marmets – there is so much to discover. Head to the Great Bear Rainforest and delight at the Grizzly Bears of Knight Inlet as well as an abundance of marine life such as dolphins, seals and sea lions and the occasional Minke whale or perhaps you would prefer a Polar Bear Adventure in Churchill? Or the Black Bears & Orca in Vancouver?

Discover the city

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Discover Vancouver with its picturesque harbour, waterfront and famous gardens and heritage. Take a city tour and head to Stanley Park, a 1,000-acre oasis to view the Nations totem poles, rainforest and spectacular scenery. Finish your adventure with a trip up the glass elevator to the Vancouver lookout for a view you won’t forget!

How to get started

Choosing the right destination and duration in Canada is key to avoiding disappointment. Fare Wise Travel can help you find the best package for your break and advise on the perfect time of year for wildlife spotting. Get in touch with Fare Wise Travel to book this holiday of a lifetime today.

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