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Holidays to Canada with If Only

As the world’s second-largest country, it’s no surprise that there’s so much more to Canada than just cosmopolitan cities and magnificent mountains. The country is known for being a cultural smorgasbord, where diversity runs all the way from the Pacific Coast to the Atlantic.

Find internationally inspired cuisine, from candied salmon in British Columbia, barbequed beef in Alberta, poutine in Quebec and a Jiggs dinner in Newfoundland. As for the landscapes, discover arid deserts in the Okanagan Valley, glacier jewels in Banff, Jurassic drives of the Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta and red sandy beaches of Prince Edward Island.

Canada is truly a year round destination. In the summer, take advantage of the warm waters, blissful beaches and pleasant temperatures perfect for taking in city sights by foot or bike. Go explore with a scenic self-drive and discover all the natural wonders of the Great White North, from the healing hot springs to awe-inspiring waterfalls. For a more leisurely experience, why not ride through the Rockies by rail? Gaze upon nature through wraparound windows and you might see a bear feeding its cubs or a magnificent moose lazily grazing.

Explore by air, on foot, by rail or on the road as you embark upon the trip of a lifetime.

Our Destinations In Canada

From coast to coast, Canada guarantees magical memories, with an abundance of iconic sights, bucket list activities and world-class dining and accommodation. Discover it all, from mountain retreats and natural hideaways to surf stays and city breaks.

 

We currently feature 44 luxury hotels and villas in Canada

 
Fairmont Banff Springs

Fairmont Banff Springs

Banff, Alberta, Canada

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5 star hotel located within Banff National Park.

7 night stay

From £4,009 per person

Moose Hotel & Suites

Moose Hotel & Suites

Banff, Alberta, Canada

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Mountain designed elegant hotel next to the downtown Banff.

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The Rimrock Resort

The Rimrock Resort

Banff, Alberta, Canada

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A luxury hotel where all are welcome.

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Fairmont Palliser

Fairmont Palliser

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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A Fairmont hotel sitting in the heart of the city.

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Hotel Arts

Hotel Arts

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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Situated in the centre of downtown this hotel is the perfect getaway.

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Le Germain Hotel Calgary

Le Germain Hotel Calgary

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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Upscale hotel to relax and explore Calgary.

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Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge

Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge

Jasper, Alberta, Canada

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A collection of rustic-chic lodges and cabins.

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Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise

Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise

Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada

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A 5 star hotel with countless amenities and outstanding scenery to take advantage of.

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Moraine Lake Lodge

Moraine Lake Lodge

Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada

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The ideal getaway offering spectacular views.

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Wickaninnish Inn

Wickaninnish Inn

Tofino, British Columbia, Canada

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An elegant hotel on the Chesterman Beach.

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Highlights

From towering mountain ranges and glacial lakes to cosmopolitan cities and never-ending prairies, Canada is an eclectic medley of landscapes, cultures and cuisines simply waiting to be explored.

Winter wonderlands

On Canada’s mainland, the mountains are calling. Whistler, the former winter Olympics host is a must for all downhill enthusiasts with great temperatures for bluebird snowy days, and a haven for adrenaline-seekers and ski fanatics. Head inland to the Banff and Jasper National Parks to see the stunning Lake Louise, just a small part of this epic epicentre for outdoor adventures, especially during winter with snow sports in abundance.

Winter wonderlands
Quirky cuisine

Quirky cuisine

Epicurean delights await, whatever your destination. Toronto is enjoying a reputation for becoming the world’s next culinary hot spot, while Quebec is famed for its rich culinary tradition. Sample Montreal’s celebrated national dish of poutine, or enjoy a picnic in the park in Vancouver. Locally-sourced produce and artisan goodies are rife, with several spectacular wineries dotted throughout the countryside, guaranteed to inspire your palate.

Otherwordly outdoors

Travel towards the Atlantic and encounter some of the world’s most magnificent coastlines along New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. In between the former two, you’ll find The Bay of Fundy, which boasts the world’s highest tides and is considered one of the seven wonders of North America. Set your sights upon the Northern Lights and explore the Yukon. Home to Canada’s highest peak, Mount Logan, discover epic glaciers, alpine lakes and lots of wide, open roads.

Otherwordly outdoors
Wildlife Watching

Wildlife Watching

Canada’s abundant native wildlife has an enduring appeal, from pods of whales and roaming grizzly bears to magnificent moose and even polar bears. The best way to come face-to-face with these majestic creatures is by heading out into the wilderness on an escorted wildlife tour, where guides will take you to the best spots for seeing Canada’s most lovable residents.

Useful Information

When To Visit

Canada’s climate varies wildly based on geography, from perma-frost in the north to four distinct seasons towards the American border. In this southern region the temperature can climb up to 35°C in the summer and descend to a chilly -25°C during winter. Canada’s climate is characterized by its diversity, as temperature and precipitation differ depending on where you are and what time of year it is. Other than the north where it’s above freezing for only a few months a year, most Canadian cities are within 300 km of the southern border, where mild springs, hot summers and pleasantly crisp autumns are common during the majority of the year.

Location

Canada extends from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean, and northward into the Arctic Ocean, bordering the United States to its south and Alaska to its west.

Size

9.98 million square kilometers

Local Time

Vancouver GMT-8, Edmonton GMT-7, Winnipeg GMT-6, Toronto GMT-5, Halifax GMT-4 & St John's GMT-3.30.

Telephone code

+1

Visa

British passport holders travelling to Canada by air are now expected to get an electronic travel authorisation (eTA) to enter Canada (if stay is under 90 days). If you’re visiting Canada, you’ll need an eTA to board your flight unless you’re otherwise ex

Currency

Canadian Dollar (CAD)

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Vaccinations

Consult your doctor before travelling, as all of your primary courses and boosters should be up to date, and diphtheria and tetanus vaccinations are sometimes recommended. If you are planning to take part in winter sports or watersports during your trip,

Flying time

Approximately 9 hours to Quebec and 10 hours to Vancouver from the UK

Electricity

Canada’s electricity runs on 110-120 Volts. Travellers from the UK and Europe will need to use an adapter since two-pronged plugs are in use.

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Language

Canada is an officially bilingual country, which means it has two official languages: French and English. French is spoken in the province of Quebec, and English is the main language throughout the rest of Canada.

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