If you are someone who counts the U.S., the U.K. and France amongst your favourite travel destinations, Canada could be an attractive fourth. Combining cultures from all three, Canada adds a unique blend of incredible wildlife, wild and empty landscapes, an intriguing history - and fun. Canada is famous for its northern frontier - and for good reason. From snowboarding to whale watching, from rainforests to water rafting, this country brings out the adventurer in everyone. Orcas, caribou, polar bears and white foxes all roam the Arctic here, along with plenty of other wildlife not easily seen anywhere else.
Summer is the best time for visiting - not just for the weather, but also because of all the summer festivals. There are also plenty of cultural highlights, from Alberta's old oil town (first spot in Canada to spring oil) to Dawson City of Klondike gold rush fame (1898). Finally Toronto, a party city with a plethora of nightlife - and if you still have energy, get tickets to watch the Maple Leafs hockey team battle on the ice: a quintessential Canadian sporting experience.
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Travelling from Canada to Alaska, this road trip is for travellers with the pioneer spirit who appreciate spectacular countryside and aren't afraid of long distances and empty roads.
Dramatic view, glaciers cleaving as you pass and exotic wildlife have made this one of the world's most popular cruise destinations.
Walking on what locals like to refer to Canada’s Matterhorn, Mount Assiniboine, which you can only get to on foot or by helicopter. Fun and a challenge.