Discover Tailor-Made Canada Luxury Holidays

From the peaks of the west to the icebergs of the east, Canada is packed with natural splendour. You'll have an awe-inspiring adventure with a luxury holiday to Canada, whether you embark on a fly-drive along the coast, a rail journey through the mountains or a cruise to Alaska. Delve into stunning landscapes, from the glistening waters of Lake Louise to the shores of Vancouver Island, and see wildlife at its most magical with trips to spot bears, whales, elk and more. Whatever it is about Canada that calls you, our knowledgeable team will create a personalised experience, just for you.

Canada holiday ideas for you

With a backdrop of thousands of lakes, lush forests, dramatic mountain ranges and rugged coastlines, there are so many ways to explore and see Canada. See some suggested itineraries created by our experts, or speak to our Canada Travel Specialists to craft your own bespoke experience.

Your tailor-made holiday in Canada

Canada sprawls across North America, offering an array of journeys for those with a taste of adventure. From lively cities thriving in summer, to glacial lakes and ski resorts in winter, there is something for every season, from east to west.

Our knowledgeable Canada Travel Specialists have travelled it for themselves, and have the first-hand insight to plan a seamless tailor-made experience for you. Whether you want to grab a mountain bike and explore solo, spot captivating wildlife in its natural habitat or drive the coast of Atlantic Canada, we'll create a bespoke holiday with you at the heart of it.

  • A tailor-made luxury trip to Canada planned by insightful experts
  • 24/7 support while travelling and concierge team to arrange personalised experiences
  • Handpicked portfolio of the best luxury hotels, resorts and lodges in Canada

Our team would love to hear from you. Speak to them today to start planning your bespoke trip.


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Time zone:-2:30 to -7 GMT (across 6 time zones)

Flight time:5 hours 40 minutes to 9 hours 45 minutes

Recommended airlines:Air Canada

Currency:Canadian Dollar

Tipping guideline:15-20%

Health considerations:No major health risks


Population:38,972,375 (2024)

National languages:English, French

Electricity and plugs:Type A/B - 120V, 60Hz

Mobile phone coverage:Good

UK passport visa requirements:eTA required for stays of up to 6 months

Top regions in Canada

The Rocky Mountains, Jasper National Park, Blackcomb Mountain, Quebec City - your tailor-made Canada holiday could cover so many unforgettable stops. Explore the best places to go below and speak our team to find out more. 

Luxury Canada Holidays FAQ's

Time zone: -2:30 to -7 GMT (across 6 time zones)

Flight duration: From 5 hours 40 minutes (to Newfoundland) up to 9 hours 45 minutes.

Currency: The Canadian Dollar

Capital: Ottawa

Language: English and French is widely spoken in Canada.

Visa Information: British passport holders are require to obtain eTA to visit Canada for up to six months. 

Canada is filled with year-round adventures. Depending on when in the year you visit, you can embark on a choice of fascinating excursions, joining exciting activities and soaking up the breathtaking scenery of turquoise lakes, rolling mountains, lush forests and much more.

Visit in summer for the abundant wildlife, including eagles, elk, mule deer, bighorn sheep, coyotes, moose and cougars, as well as black and grizzly bears. Take to the water and search for minke or orca whales, porpoises and other marine life.

Opt to travel in autumn for the iconic scenery of orange and brown trees swaying in the cool breeze, coating the pathways with a blanket of autumn leaves. This is the best time to enjoy the season change and not be too cold to stroll around the city, enjoy some watersports on the lakes and hike through the mountains and forests.

In winter, you’ll be immersed in the glittering magic of Canada, with festive experiences to fill your days and magical sights of snow-coated trees and frozen lakes to skate across. Enjoy ice walks and glacier tours, guided hikes in Banff National Park, and even dog sledding through the alpine valleys with spectacular views of the Canadian Rockies.

Getting to Canada

Multiple direct flights are available from the UK, taking you to some of Canada’s renowned locations.

Seasonal direct flights from London Gatwick to St John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador: 5 hours 40 minutes

Direct flights from the UK to Halifax, Nova Scotia: 7 hours

Direct flights from the UK to Montreal: 7 hours 10 minutes

Direct flights from the UK to Toronto: 7 hours 55 minutes

Direct flight from the UK to Calgary: 8 hours 50 minutes

Air Canada, Air Canada Rouge, and Air Canada Express offer a comprehensive schedule of domestic services connecting 62 Canadian destinations, making it easy to visit multiple destinations in one Canada Holiday.

Getting around Canada


VIA Rail Canada is the country's national rail service. It operates intercity services, such as Vancouver to Edmonton via Jasper, and connecting cities such as Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, and Quebec City.

Rocky Mountaineer

The Rocky Mountaineer is one of the world’s most iconic rail journeys. It offers three routes connecting Vancouver with the Canadian Rockies. The First Passage to the West is a two-day journey from Vancouver to Lake Louise & Banff, with an overnight stop in Kamloops.

Journey Through the Clouds connects Vancouver to Jasper, a two-day journey with an overnight in Kamloops. The Rocky Mountaineer’s three-day journey, ‘Rainforest to Gold Rush’ also connects Vancouver with Jasper, but travel through Northern British Columbia with overnight stops in Whistler and Quesnel.


This year-round service connects Vancouver with Victoria, offering scenic flights over the Gulf Islands. In the summer months, seaplanes operate flights from Vancouver to Whistler, Victoria, and Tofino as well as more off-the-beaten-track destinations on the British Columbia coastline and Vancouver Island, plus Seattle. This makes for a great method of transportation from one destination to another, while enjoying spectacular scenery from the air and reducing travel times, too.

Car and RV Rentals

For those seeking the most independence, car rental is the best way to tour Canada. Self-drive around Alberta and British Columbia, touring Ontario and Quebec, or visit the four provinces of Atlantic Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland & Labrador.

For those with an adventurous spirit, RV rentals are a popular way of touring parts of Canada, especially during spring, early and late summer, and autumn when the roads and campsites are less busy.


Several cruise companies offer 7-night plus voyages from Vancouver through the Inside Passage and stopping off along the Alaska coastline. Other cruise options include from Montreal, out of the Gulf of St Lawrence, and along the Atlantic Canada Coastline to Boston or New York.

Best Things to do in Canada

Some of the best things to do include:

  • Skiing from December to April in Whistler, or Lake Louise and Banff
  • Exploring Banff National Park, Tweedsmuir Park and Jasper National Park
  • Heading off from Newfoundland & Labrador on a Zodiac to see North Atlantic icebergs along the coast of Twillingate 
  • Spotting Canadian wildlife including bears and moose
  • Taking a boat trip out to spot whales
  • Boarding the Rocky Mountaineer to see the majestic mountains 
  • Visiting the cities for excellent dining options

Combine your life as a ranch hand with a little golf, white water rafting, hiking, fishing, mountain biking, kayaking, windsurfing or a city break for the complete Canadian experience.

Find adventure in the Canadian Rockies and enjoy a skiing holiday with like-minded travellers. Canada is a must-go for a supreme skiing experience, with reliable snow conditions, fresh powder slopes, long seasons and a variety of terrain. Sun Peaks, Revelstoke, Lake Lousie, Banff and Whistler Blackcomb are home to some of Canada’s premium ski regions, offering panoramic views of snow-sprinkled mountain peaks, quaint ski villages and a lively apres-ski scene.

Enjoy exploring the cosmopolitan atmosphere of the Canadian cities. From the chic city of Montreal to the charming streets of Quebec City, you can enjoy lively winter festivals, live music and indulgent restaurants and shopping scenes.

Meet your Canada Travel Specialists

We have a full team of Travel Specialists with their own personal knowledge of Canada. Give them a call today.

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