Our top five Canadian road trips

A traveller’s dream, Canada is filled with vibrant cities, breathtaking landscapes and winter activities in a vast swath of wilderness. As the world’s second largest country, it isn’t short of attractions.

We’ve handpicked our favourite five tailor-made road trips, bringing together the best of Canada alongside the fun, flexibility and freedom only a driving holiday can provide.

  1. Rockies and rainforest

From £3,395 per person

Sample the spectacular sights and backdrops of Western Canada on this tailor-made 17 day road-trip, venturing from one city to another. Explore delightful Vancouver’s snow-laden mountains, turquoise lakes and harbour front city, before facing the remote wilderness of the Pacific Rim National Park on the rugged West Coast. End your journey on a memorable high, taking in the incredible scenery of the Rocky Mountains and a trip out to the glaciers.

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Wild lupins

  1. Best of the East

From £3,045 per person

Drive through a showcase of the very best of Ontario and Quebec on this 16-day self-drive. Begin in the most excellent city of Toronto – the gateway to the Niagara Falls – and unwind in the charming town of Niagara-on-the-Lake and experience magnificent landscapes and coastlines. This Best of the East adventure invites you to spend time in the World Heritage Site of Quebec City, before enjoying well-deserved gourmet extravagance in the beautiful village of North Hatley and ending in one of the world’s finest examples of cultural preservation: Montreal.

  1. Wilderness Ontario

From £2,095 per person

Discover the bustling city of Toronto, be awed by the cascading Niagara Falls and immerse yourself in Ontario’s vast wilderness regions on this 16-day tailor-made road-trip. For adventure seekers and those who love the outdoors, seek out the shores of Lake Huron, Killarney Provincial Park, relax in the beautiful Blue Mountains and discover Manitoulin Island for remote hiking trails.

Peggy's Cove Ligthouse

Peggy’s Cove Ligthouse

  1. Unique properties of the Maritimes

From £2,295 per person

If you’re seeking a local experience, this 16-day self-drive across Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick, exploring diverse regions, World Heritage Sites and some of the best seafood in the world. Drive through what is regarded as the most scenic coastal routes in Canada, see the world’s highest tides, walk on the ocean floor and meet local people in thriving communities with art galleries, museums and wonderful marina.

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A Moose in Quebec

  1. Buffalos and Badlands

From £3,195 per person

Combine Wild West history and culture with the splendour of Canada’s epic Rocky Mountains. This two-week road-trip encapsulates the two different regions, exploring the palaeontology of the Albert Badlands, visiting the oldest and best preserved bison jump sites in Canada, witnessing the vast wilds of the mountains and Rockies and finishing with an unforgettable drive along the famous Icefields Parkway.

For more information from our destination specialists and further inspiration and ideas, visit us at or call us on 020 7838 5994.


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