With The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge touring British Columbia and the Yukon this week, the beauty of Canada’s wildlife-rich wildernesses and its dynamic cultures have been cast in sharp relief.
And, in our feature on Canada's luxury top 10, we’ve got plenty of inspiration on how to follow in the Royals’ well-heeled footsteps. Come winter, you can gaze at the Northern Lights, or stay in your very own ice castle, complete with frozen chapel and grand halls.
Alternatively, make the most of summer with a Rocky Mountaineer rail trip, winding into Canada’s snow-capped mountain ranges, skirting giant blue lakes and skipping over great river canyons on trestle bridges. But don't delay, availability is limited in the warmer months.
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This road trip showcases the natural beauty of Nova Scotia's landscapes and coastlines, exloring this Atlantic Canada province in depth. Experience a unique culture, meet friendly locals and dine on superb seafood as you discover wild beaches, remote lighthouses and pristine national parks.
Combine a stay in historic Québec City with a night in North America's only ice hotel. You'll then transfer out to Hotel Sacacomie for three days of action and adventure in the frozen Québec wilderness.
Take to the open road on this tailor-made fly-drive as you link the cities of Vancouver and Calgary via stops in Vancouver Island, Whistler and the Banff and Jasper national parks.