Where to go
There's so much to see in Canada. From the breathtaking lakes and mountains of the west to the picturesque charm of the east.
Find out everything you need to know before you travel including language, money, the latest government advice and more.
Be inspired by our range of itineraries in our Canada brochure. We can personalise any element of your trip to how you want it.
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Canada's Annual Climate:
Canada’s huge size would suggest that there is a large variety of weather patterns, however, they are often similar across the country and have weather seasons that aren’t dissimilar to those here in the UK. Something to keep in mind is that the coastal regions tend to remain more temperate and the mountainous ranges attract higher rainfall and snow, though as a general rule of thumb it’s cold everywhere in winter and warm in most locations in summer!
Most visitors tend to travel to Canada in the summer months, as they bring sunshine-filled days and pleasant warm temperatures. From late April to early June, the melting of the snow brings with it the reappearance of beautiful flowers and wildlife as they end their winter hibernation. For nature enthusiasts, September is a great time to visit Canada as the salmon run is in its peak, which attracts a large number of bears – don’t forget your camera! Autumn brings with it a spectacular fall foliage lasting into October.
A-Z OF CANADA
Our bite-sized A-Z of Canada provides you will all of the must-see places and activities that this wonderful country has to offer, from the vibrant city of Vancouver, the iconic rail journey that is Rocky Mountaineer and the natural wonder of the Northern Lights.