Leaving southern Canada and heading north into Arctic Canada is a prospect that fills many with excitement. Superlative wilderness coupled with Arctic adventures and remote lodges makes Canada a perfect winter holiday destination to compliment our range of Nordic destinations.


Atlantic Canada

Travel to the wilds of Atlantic Canada to stargaze under dark skies, witness the world's largest tides and picturesque lighthouses. The ‘Maritimes’ beckon with blustery clifftops, ancient icebergs, whales, and jellybean coloured house fronts.

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The Great White North is home to surprisingly diverse landscapes including Canada’s highest Mountain, Mt Logan, the world’s smallest desert and the world’s largest non-polar icefield. Once a source of great struggle for gold miners, the vast lands now beckon with outdoor adventures, epic self-drives, and cosy cabin vibes year round.

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British Columbia

Adventure is never far away in BC! Whether the aim is to meet Canada’s mighty bears, explore the legendary Rocky mountains, observe whales or experience BC’s vibrant First Nation culture. Choose to retreat to a boutique wilderness lodge to breathe in the wild air. Even in bustling Vancouver, kayaking, cycling or hiking adventures tempts both locals and travelers.

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Churchill, the polar bear capital of the world, is the most popular destination in Manitoba. Visitors to Hudson Bay can witness the iconic bear frolicking in the tundra just before the Big Freeze in November. Summer travellers will delight at the huge pods of Beluga whales of Hudson Bay believed to be the highest concentration in the world!

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Arctic Canada

In Canada’s frozen North, locals share vast, barren expanses of land with the King of the Arctic, the polar bear. Step into the footsteps of Canada’s First Nations, learn about their survival techniques, folklore, and love for the harsh beauty of life above the Arctic Circle.

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The early days of Canada’s history flow through the province with stories of the voyageurs and the fur trade, whilst Quebec city stands as the only walled city in North America. Quebec is the place to tickle your tastebuds with maple syrup, mouth-watering fromageries, and thirst-quenching ciders.

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Most famous for the photo inspiring Niagara falls and the sophisticated shopping mecca of Toronto. Ontario knows how to combine culture and nature. This is the place to sample ice wine, worldwide cuisine and ice hockey, Canada’s national sport. Ontario’s lake-peppered backyard offers ample opportunity to burn off Canada’s culinary delights on a canoeing adventure.

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Home to Canadian icons such as the beautiful Lake Louise, energetic mountain town Banff, vast Columbia Icefield and the mighty grizzly bear, Alberta really offers a truly Canadian experience. The compelling contrast between vast Prairies and the Canadian Rockies make Alberta an incredibly tempting destination to explore.

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