With over 15 years of experience, Grand American Adventures’ new 2012/13 brochure features 49 itineraries and 15 new trips, taking travellers further off the beaten track than ever before.
Known for its wilderness landscapes, wildlife and striking natural phenomena, the Yukon in north-west Canada is larger than life. This is a land rich with dramatic mountain vistas, wild rivers and crystal clear lakes.
Oceania Cruises has launched its 2012/13 winter collection of worldwide cruises from September 2012 to May 2013 on board its four mid-sized luxury cruise ships, the 1250 guest new cruise ship `Marina’, her sister ship `Riviera’ (launching April 2012), and the two 650 guest ships `Regatta’ and `Nautica’.
Banff National Park is home to three of the world’s finest ski resorts; Mt. Norquay, The Lake Louise Ski Area and Sunshine Village.
Canada's newest airport is also the greenest. The James Armstrong Richardson International Airport, located in the central Canada capital of Winnipeg, officially welcomed its first passengers into a big, beautiful and bright terminal at the end of October.
Nowhere in the world can you get as up close and personal with Mother Nature as in the Bay of Fundy. On Canada's east coast, between the provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, 100 billion tonnes of seawater flow in and out of the 180-mile-long bay - twice a day! The tides rise and fall by as much as 50 feet - making them the highest in the world!
The spectacular Polar Peak Lift will add onto the already incredible vertical at Fernie Alpine Resort, British Columbia, now giving the ski resort a whopping 3,550 vertical feet when it opens this winter.
Six of the Canadian Rockies Golf courses have again been named to ScoreGolf’s annual public golf course rankings.
Québec is an exhilarating place all year round, but particularly so during the winter. So if you are going on a snow inspired adventure holiday in Québec where should you be heading and what should you be doing? This video reveals all.
We call it autumn; they call it fall. Whatever you call the season, in Atlantic Canada it means colour with a capital C: a tapestry of leaves on a billion trees that have turned to blazing red, gold and orange.
Frontier Canada is launching a brand new phone app in conjunction with Travel Alberta packed with information on Alberta destinations and products.
Fresh from the wedding of the year, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have started their tour of Canada and the USA, the first overseas travel engagement as husband and wife.
The ill-fated Titanic was launched in Belfast Lough on 31 May 1911 by Harland & Wolff. Less than a year later, on the 15th of April 1912, the largest passenger steamship in the world struck an iceberg and over 1500 people were killed on the boats maiden, and last voyage.
Combine the charm and glorious colours of New England in The Fall with the mighty Niagara Falls this autumn on a 14-night fly-drive holiday, courtesy of US specialist, Bon Voyage.
May 19, 2011 marks the 100th birthday of the establishment of Parks Canada – the world’s first national park service.
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