Canada from East to West

Experience the best of Canada on this trip from East to West.

It's all about taking Canada from all angles as you discover Canada, your way. Starting off in trendy Toronto, visit romantic Quebec City, contemporary Montreal, dramatic Banff and outdoorsy Vancouver, all via the snowcapped peaks of the Rocky Mountain range. Be charmed, be amazed, and be left speechless by this county's impossible beauty.

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About this trip

What's included

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18 nights


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4 Meals

4 Breakfasts

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Sightseeing highlights

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View stunning landscapes on a sightseeing tour

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Enjoy an orientation tour of this charming town and free time in Jasper National Park

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Embark on a narrated cruise through the scenic Thousand Islands area of the St. Lawrence River

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Embark on a tour of the city led by a Local Specialist

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Niagara Falls

See the American and Canadian side of the falls aboard a cruise

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Explore Old Quebec with a Local Specialist

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Iconic Breakfast at a Cabane a Sucre (Sugar Shack) where you'll learn how maple syrup is made

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Orientation tour including Chinatown

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Sightseeing includes Gastown, Chinatown, Stanley Park and Prospect Point

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Enjoy a sightseeing tour of the city

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Iconic Breakfast at world-famous Butchart Gardens in the Blue Poppy Restaurant with light pouring in through skylights and garden views

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