‘Extraordinary’ is a word you’ll find yourself repeating again and again in Canada. And you could be referring to a glass-smooth, horizon-wide lake, or a glacier-capped mountain or a polar bear rearing up out of the snow.

Canada is most definitely the world’s largest country. A quarter of all the planet’s trees are in Canada. The world’s biggest bears roam its wildernesses. Its unending open spaces; its soaring, sky-scraping mountains; its fathomless lakes stretching off beyond the scope of your eyes – they’re amongst the most impressive sights you’re likely to find anywhere on Earth.

And size matters in another way. Canadians are big at welcoming visitors to their larger-than-life country. Ask David or Gina – two of our expert consultants on Canada – and they’ll introduce to some of the country’s other, perhaps less well known, aspects. How you could visit the Yukon and Alaska to see the Northern Lights, for example. Or become an Arctic explorer. How you could ski, play golf and fish against a rugged backdrop of the Laurentian Mountains. Or encounter wildlife by day and meet fellow travellers beside a lodge’s cosy fire by night. How you could take scenic flights over astonishingly beautiful wildernesses. Or spend days immersed in the shops and restaurants, sights and bustle of sophisticated cities. How you could visit Niagara Falls, or take a train through the Rockies.

Ask us about planning your luxury, tailor-made holiday to Canada.