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    From US $5099

    Alaska, Yukon & Arctic Circle - 19 days

    Sparsely populated, vast and wild - the Yukon is the tangible definition of wilderness. Humans are largely outnumbered by four-legged creatures. The indigenous...
    Countries visited: Canada, United States
    From US $2969

    Canadian Rockies - 10 days

    There are five national parks within the Canadian Rockies:  Banff, Jasper, Kootenay, Yoho and Waterton. All but Waterton are interlocking parks that make...
    Countries visited: Canada
    From US $3569

    Best of the Rockies - 17 days

    1883 was a momentous year for Canada. It marked not only the completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway, but also the discovery – by three men who worked...
    Countries visited: Canada, United States
    From US $3719

    Canadian Rockies, Wildlife & Vancouver Island - 13 days

    As the largest Pacific island east of New Zealand, Vancouver Island is a refuge for natural beauty, immense wildlife and outdoor adventurers.  During the...
    Countries visited: Canada
  • Why we love Canada

    • In the northernmost Canadian town of Inuvik, you’ll meet the Dene, Metis and Inuvialuit peoples and see how they live their lives on the edges of civilization
    • Witness black and brown bears roam the wildlife-rich expanses of McKinley National Park
    • In Dawson City, you’ll see the original centre of the Klondike Gold Rush that brought 100,000 people to the ends of the earth in the late 19th century.
    • For most, the Rockies might be a little more familiar, but the sight of the mountains around Banff and Yoho National Parks will still fill your senses. There’s plenty of opportunity to jump on a horse, bike or canoe (or a cable car if you’re feeling a little more relaxed!). While on the more beaten path, Vancouver has a habit of charming all who visit her.

    Safety information

    The safety of our passengers, leaders and operators is one of our main priorities. We keep a close eye on world events, and make operational decisions based on informed advice. Small group travel means that getting around is easier, so if a problem does arise it can be dealt with in a much smoother and hassle-free way. Our leaders are local and speak English fluently, so if something goes wrong during the trip, they know how to get help efficiently and effectively. Our local leaders are all first-aid trained and their training is kept up-to-date with regular refresher courses. We provide you with emergency numbers before you travel, this includes a 24-hour emergency number as a back-up while you’re on your holiday. Safety updates: there are currently no travel alerts in this country.

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    Introducing: The Canadian Rockies

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