Explore Canada

When God was feeling particularly artistic, He created Canada. Nothing else would explain the wow inspiring landscape that dots Canada at every turn and corner.

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Quick Facts

  • Capital: Ottawa
  • Language: English
  • Currency: Canadian Dollar

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Rocky Mountaineer is a world renowned luxurious train which travels by daylight and is the best way to experience the majestic Canadian Rockies, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Rocky Mountaineer offers four unique rail routes - three train journeys through British Columbia and Alberta to Banff, Lake Louise, Jasper and Calgary, and one train excursion from Vancouver to Whistler. 

Service levels   
GoldLeaf Service 
The most popular service, luxury and comfort is simply beyond compare. No wonder this is the most popular service.

  • Two level, glass domed coach with full-length windows
  • Exclusive dining room 
  • Gourmet hot meals
  • Complimentary beverages and snacks
  • Deluxe accommodation

SilverLeaf Service 
Take in the scenery through  custom-designed  windows, single level glass dome coach.

  • Single level glass domed coach with oversized windows
  • Breakfast and lunch served at your seat (choice of entrees) 
  • Complimentary non-alcoholic beverages and snacks. A glass of beer or wine with lunch
  • Overnight accommodation in popular hotels

Popular routes   
First Passage to the West 
Vancouver - Kamloops - Lake Louise – Banff.
The most popular route and the only passenger rail service on this historic track.

Circle Journeys 
Vancouver - Canadian Rockies – Vancouver
Experience two or three routes in one unforgettable vacation.
The  best way to see many highlights along the way including the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Banff and Jasper, iconic Lake Louise, and Whistler: home of the 2010 Olympic and Paraolympic Winter Games.

Journey through the Clouds 
Vancouver - Kamloops – Jasper
See the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies, Mt. Robson and breathtaking Pyramid Falls on this route from Vancouver to Jasper.

Rainforest to Gold Rush 
Whistler - Quesnel – Jasper
Travel on the  newest route north into pristine and rarely seen wilderness from Whistler to Jasper. 

Coastal Passage 
Seattle - Vancouver - Canadian Rockies
A three-day journey between Seattle and the Canadian Rockies.

Great Canadian Rail Journey
13 days
13 day train journey from Toronto to Vancouver

Toronto, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Winnipeg, Manitoba &......

The above tours are small selection of what we offer. For more options contact us

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Explore Canada

When God was feeling particularly artistic, He created Canada. Nothing else would explain the wow inspiring landscape that dots Canada at every turn and corner. Spiky mountains, glinting glaciers, spectral rainforests, wheat-waving prairies, sunny weather, crisp snow, mystical northern lights, bounty of wildlife and beautiful, vibrant cities – all combine to make Canada a traveller’s paradise. And with Pacific, Arctic and Atlantic Oceans surrounding it from 3 sides, Canada’s beaches are a cherry on the topping!

Best Time to Visit

Canada can be visited any time of the year though most of the tourists find Canada in summers pleasant to visit. This is the season when the climate is agreeable and the majority of the action moves outside.

But summer varies from region to region. In southern Canada, it generally refers to the period between Victoria day (late May) and Labour day (early September). In the northern regions, however, summer starts as late as mid-June and ends, often abruptly, with the first snowfall in early to mid-September.

The shoulder months of March to May and September to October bring fewer tourists and often surprisingly pleasant weather. Fall is another great time to visit when the forests are cloaked in a spectacular mantle of colour.