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Canada Tour Packages

Many of the tours packages you find here feature unique travel activities that you are not likely to find anywhere else. If a country is not listed below, it is because we have not found any travel package there that are really out of the ordinary - we will keep searching. Click on the country name to see the tour packages there.

Canada Travel Stories
Reality Enriches Those That Visit The Pacheedaht First Nation
We proceeded west from Victoria through rainforests and scenic ocean vistas. The winding and twisting 2-hour drive along the scenic Pacific Coast Highway took us to the tiny village of Port Renfrew situated at the end of the road at the mouth of Port San Juan. I was a guest on one of Island Adventure Tour's Aboriginal Culture Tours. I... read more...

Killer Passage On a Mothership
Mothers kayaking with Killer Whales in the Straits of British Columbia Water dripped off my cheek--was it a tear, or the spray from the whale's blowhole? As we paddled next to the Orca whales, clicking and squeaking sounds surrounded us whenever the six ton mammals surfaced in the water nearby., The majestic male bull led in front with his immense dorsal fin towering five feet above the water.... read more...

The Vikings came to North America!
The Year 2000 marks the 1000th anniversary of the Viking exploration of North America. At the very northern tip of Newfoundland is a site that preserves this outstanding cultural and historical event - L'Anse aux Meadows. L'Anse aux Meadows is the only authenticated Viking site in North America. It was established 1000 years ago... read more...

Five Story High Tides
Tides on the upper Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia on Canada's Eastern Coast are the highest in the world. Tides here have been measured, according the Guinness Book of Records, at 16.3 meters, or over 52 feet. That's higher than a five story building! Tides are created by the gravitational pull of the moon. As the moon revolves around the earth it causes large bodies of water to bulge or pull... read more...

Discovering a Winter Wonderland in the Canadian Rockies
Crisp, clean air; powdery snow blanketing evergreens, valleys and mountains; crystal clear nights with stars seemingly close enough to touch. These sights await backcountry skiers and dog sledders on the Mountain Shadow Trail. Although best known for it's world-class downhill ski resorts in Bankff, Lake Louise and Jasper, the... read more...

Nova Scotia's South Shore
Last winter, depressed by an endless slew of snowy days, I yearned for a faraway, exotic vacation, somewhere to clear my mind and let my spirit soar. Alas, my wallet didn't back me up. Was I destined to summer in my backyard? A state park? A crowd-bulging strip of sand? Ugh. Thank goodness the vacation gods intervened and embedded in my mind the prospect of going to Canada; more specifically, to... read more...

Close Encounters In The Arctic
The excitement begins to grow even before our propjet's wheels touch the runway tarmac of Churchill, Manitoba's tiny airport. It is late October and a gentle snowfall greets us as we disembark and walk the short distance to the terminal. Our Big Five group of 26 assembled in Winnipeg the day before from all over the United States with... read more...