This vast country is much more than just mountains, lakes and a waterfall; scratch the surface and you will find a land rich in history, culture and diversity.
Eastern Canada has grown on the back of the mighty St. Lawrence River which acts as a conduit between the Great Lakes and the Atlantic Ocean. The culture here is given an added flavour and richness by the bi-lingual natives and there is a real feeling of being on a two nation vacation when exploring Quebec and Ontario. Montreal is purported to be the largest Francophone city outside of France and the city, along with the rest of Quebec, has a strong cosmopolitan sense of identity separate to that found outside the province. The east coast is renowned for its quaint fishing village charm and beautiful scenery. Ontario is home to Canada’s largest city, Toronto and the nation’s capital, Ontario and perhaps one of the world’s most iconic tourist spots Niagara Falls. A perfect destination for touring, the west of Canada has seemingly endless miles of spectacular scenery with the striking splendour of the Rocky Mountains contrasting wonderfully with the charm and elegance of Victoria and the cosmopolitan vibrancy of Vancouver which is fast becoming a fusion of western and eastern cultures with a growing Asian migrant community blending seamlessly into this remarkable and stunningly beautiful city.