Ten unmissable events in Alberta

With five National Parks, spectacular Rocky Mountain landscapes, world-class ski resorts, cultural cities, five UNESCO World Heritage Sites, First Nations culture and dramatic Badlands sc...

Summer in Whistler

Summer in Whistler is arguably Canada's worst kept secret. While this part of British Columbia is renowned as a leading ski resort, the summer months have lots to offer. The spring thaw r...

New trips in Canada for the summer

From cycling the 'Rum Runners Trail' in Nova Scotia to kayaking with orcas off Vancouver Island, adventure travel specialist World Expeditions has added a series of new trips in Canada fo...

New ways to explore British Columbia

Canada's westernmost Province, British Columbia, boasts diverse scenery, from dense temperate rainforest to arid desert, rolling lake country to the iconic Rocky Mountains. Here are the n...

Canada's luxury small ship expedition

Canadian ecotourism pioneer Maple Leaf Adventures will, in 2019, launch British Columbia's first ship designed specifically for luxury expeditions along Canada's spectacular west coast - ...

Explore the Canadian Arctic for whales

When it comes to whale watching destinations, the Arctic isn't always the first place that springs to mind. However, a total of 17 different types of whales inhabit the waters and three w...

Winter wonders in Winnipeg

Manitoba embraces all seasons and winter is no exception. Come the first snow and Winnipeggers go out to play and celebrate the season with plenty of exciting activities and festivals, m...

Paddle your way through the Yukon

Journeys on the Yukon's rivers are frequently included in "best of" lists around the world. And with good reason. This is a paddler's paradise offering world class canoeing, kayaking and ...

Discover the diverse cuisine of Québec

The Québec province of Canada offers a rich variety of cuisine with influences from France, Ireland and the United States

Whale watching season starts with a splash in Atlantic Canada

Each summer thousands of British visitors head to Atlantic Canada to see more than 21 species of whales transform the coastlines of New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador and Nova Scoti...