Summer In Canada

Canadian Vacations

Planning a holiday can be stressful at the best of times, but planning a trip in 2021 requires additional information, patience, and creativity. Vacationing in Canada during Covid may feel daunting – but Canadian vacations offer visitors the opportunity to spread out, reconnect with nature, and meet the locals. We believe the people and their small businesses make up the fabric of our great country, and we’re on a mission to introduce them to our guests.

With that in mind, we’ve created a collection of summer experiences that we think you will love. From horseback riding at wilderness resorts in BC to paddling alongside belugas in Canada’s high Arctic to coming face-to-face with grizzlies, these curated Canadian experiences will give you a summer you will never forget.

Are you a history buff who’s looking for Canada vacation ideas? Look no further. Travel back in time visiting preserved 1,000-year-old Thule archeological sites in the Arctic, home to muskox, fox, and polar bears. Interested in sustainable travel and community connection? Time on Fogo Island and visiting its Inn (where all local islanders are part owners) will leave you captivated and inspired.

All Inclusive Resorts in Canada

Yes, believe it or not – all inclusive resorts in Canada exist! While our idea of ‘all-inclusive’ is miles away from traditional buffets and water aerobics, rest assured you and your loved ones won’t have to lift a finger. We’re at the ready with helicopters and floatplanes to deliver you to remote wilderness lodges where gourmet food, wild outdoor adventures, and local wildlife await. If you want to stay on the grid this summer, you can do so knowing that we’re behind the scenes, making it all happen – whether you’re enjoying a Whistler villa vacation, strolling the cobbled streets of Montreal, or getting soaked under Niagara’s famous falls.

Echo Valley Ranch & Whistler Resort

Beginning in Vancouver, see the sights including Stanley Park and historic Gastown. From there, head north for four days at Echo Valley Ranch & Spa. Practice yoga, ride horses and hike everything from mountains to marshland. Driving south, you’ll retrace your steps to the resort town of Whistler. With ample activities to choose from, enjoy bear viewing, horseback riding, or ride an ATV.

Clayoquot Sound Experience

This trip showcases the best of the famous Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver, and Whistler. With three nights each at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler and Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge, and two nights at the Fairmont Pacific Rim in Vancouver, you’ll experience three exquisite hotels in three distinct and beautiful pockets of B.C.

The Arctic Watch Experience

The most Northerly lodge on earth, Arctic Watch on Somerset Island is a world-class wildlife observation site and an extraordinary wilderness resort. Spot beluga whales, muskox, polar bears, or Arctic fox, paddleboard atop frigid Arctic waters or visit one of the many historical sites frozen in time with remnants of the past.

Newfoundland’s Fogo Island Inn

This trip showcases the unique province of Newfoundland and the remarkable Fogo Island Inn. Visit the colorful town of St. Johns’s, exploring the Cape Spear Lighthouse and Cabot Tower. Traveling to the edge of the earth you’ll spend four days at the Fogo Island Inn, where (depending on the season) you’ll watch whales, paddle alongside icebergs and meet the artisan locals of Joe Batt’s Arm.

Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort Getaway

Visit cosmopolitan Vancouver before flying to Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort. Named by National Geographic as one of their Unique Lodges of the World, guests may choose to go helicopter fishing, picnic on a glacier or go paddleboarding among porpoises.

Grizzly Bear Viewing at Nakina River

Deep in British Columbia (nearing the Yukon border) is the Nakina River. A short helicopter ride from Atlin, BC, your days will be spent grizzly bear viewing like never before. Stroll the river’s edge and come face-to-face with these majestic bears, accompanied by a world-renowned grizzly bear expert and guide.

Exploring La Belle Province

This trip pairs cosmopolitan Montréal and Québec City with the outdoor playground of the Laurentian Mountain region. Enjoy a private walking tour of Old Montréal, and breathe the fresh air of Mont Tremblant and Sacacomie. Completing your journey is a visit to Québec City, where you’ll enjoy a privately guided tour stopping at all the world-famous landmarks.

Niagara Falls

Explore Niagara Falls in style, with a three-night stay at the historic Prince of Wales Hotel in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Discover Canada’s fruit belt and largest wine-producing region on a private wine tour including a gourmet lunch.

Desolation Sound Discovery

This quintessential west coast trip introduces you to one of British Columbia’s crown jewels, the Desolation Sound. Located within BC’s Discovery Islands and accessible only by air or sea, Sonora Resort provides guests with the ultimate setting for outdoor exploration and tranquil relaxation. Rounding out your exploration is two days in Vancouver, where culture and history collide.