Luxury Canadian Holiday Packages
The world’s second largest country, Canada’s vastness is all the more remarkable for its exceeding beauty. A nation of bountiful natural resources, Canada’s great wilderness extends from the jagged cliffs of the Pacific to the towering forests and mountains of the Rockies and eastward towards the crystal clear lakes and quiet harbours of the Atlantic coast. The array of outdoor scenic adventures one can experience in Canada is endless!
The Great White North is also dotted with many welcoming towns and cities. From the très chic city of Montreal with its alluring French culture, the bustling streets of Toronto with its impressive skyline and cultural attractions to the beguiling and scenic Pacific and Rocky Mountain cities of Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton, cities big and small reflect Canada’s many natural wonders and forward looking world view.
Where to stay in Canada
Whether you’re in Canada for an adventure packed ski holiday, a camping and fishing excursion or off on a nationwide tour visiting the many inviting cities and towns, Canada has plenty to offer in the way of accommodation.
With so many national parks and inviting recreational areas to choose from, Canada’s great beauty and charm is best discovered in the outdoors. Pitch a tent or park your RV at one of thousands of camp sites; get away from it all at a lake side cabin or rent a cosy cottage along the charming Pacific or Atlantic shore. How about a luxurious ski chalet in the mountains? Canada offers some of the best skiing in the world and the accommodation in these trendy winter resort towns is world class.
Canada of course features many of the well-known international hotel brands, with larger cities offering everything from delightful and intimate guest houses and bed and breakfasts to five star high-rise hotels. In the case of Quebec, even luxury chateaus and inns are available.
INSPIRATIONS FROM THE BLOG
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You don’t have to hit the slopes to enjoy winter in Alberta.
If your snow tendencies run more toward sipping hot chocolate than hurtling down slopes; and steaming bowls of ramen than frozen mountain bowls, here’s your list of where to hang out when the cold winds blow in the Banff-Lake Louise area of Alberta.