Lighthouse in Canada

The Great White North Canada Cruises

Charming cities, mesmerising mountains and lucid lakes await in Canada.
Canada is the land of glacial-fed lakes, incredible coastlines, French-speaking cities and friendly locals. Nicknamed the Great White North, the world's second-largest country is full of colonial and indigenous history. Cruise to Canada to step into 17th-century Notre Dame Cathedral in Montreal, and wander the European-styled Old Town in Quebec City. Venture out of the urban centres and explore the country's wild terrain: Traverse 80 miles of trails in St John's, Newfoundland. Mountain-bike up Bear Mountain in Victoria, British Columbia. Or go zip-lining or bungee jumping in the Coast Mountains outside Vancouver.

Hit the Powder
Vancouver is also home to several ski mountains, including Cypress and Grouse Mountain, both of which make for a doable day trip. In the country's east, Quebec City is not far from Stoneham Mountain Resort and Mont Tremblant.

A Whale of a Good Time
On both Canada's east and west shores, the whale-watching is world-class. Head to Nanaimo, British Columbia, and sight orcas and humpbacks off Vancouver Island. Or check out the Saguenay-St Lawrence Marine Park is Saguenay, Quebec, where belugas live year-round and other whales travel to come feed each season from May to October.

Play in the Parks
Canada is home to 40 national parks, as well as over 1,000 provincial and territorial parks. Head to La Mauricie National Park outside Quebec City to go kayaking on its forest-surrounded lakes, and hike past dunes and marshes in Prince Edward Island National Park. The fall foliage is especially spectacular in these places.

Feel French
Test your high school French in Quebec, where you'll find European-inspired architecture and French treats galore. Visit Canada and soak in the fairytale vibe of Chateau Frontenac, or pick up a buttery, flaky almond croissant for fuel as you stroll past the Parliament Building and other sights on the oldest streets in North America.

Press Play on the Past
Learn more about Canada's natural and anthropological history at places like the Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver, the Maritime Museum of British Columbia and Montreal's Maison Saint-Gabriel Museum, a humble farmhouse that recreates daily life circa 1658.

Quirky and Cultural
Canada's West Coast urban centre, Vancouver is full of unusual to-dos. Walk above the treetops on the thrilling Capilano Suspension Bridge. Marvel at the brightly painted totem poles in Stanley Park. See the Gastown Steam Clock, which puts on a show of steam and whistles chimes every quarter-hour.

Be charmed by Canada's cities, where you can spend a day brunching and skiing in Vancouver or marvelling at the French-inspired cities of Montreal and Quebec on the East Coast.
Icy Strait Point Alaska.

Westward Winds

Start in Seattle and visit Victoria, British Columbia's historic capital city. Alternatively, cruise from Vancouver up the Inside Passage to Alaska and extend your week-long cruise to see more of Vancouver.

Aerial View of Louisbourg Lighthouse, Nova Scotia, Sydney.

Canada & New England

Northeast cruises in Canada usually include New England adventures as well. See the quiet maritime provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island and explore their windswept coastlines. Cruise from New York to explore the Northeast landscape.

The Trails are Waiting for You

Charming cities, mesmerising mountains and lucid lakes await in Canada

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Bon Appetit 

With both British and French influences, Canadian cuisine is known for its heartiness and generous portions. You'll also find an emphasis on top-notch ingredients, from the cold-water salmon of Vancouver to the wild berries and oysters of the East Coast.

Pile on the Poutine
Known as Canada's national dish, poutine is a delightfully indulgent French-Canadian dish found from coast-to-coast that includes three ingredients: fries, cheese curds and gravy. What more do you need, really?

Royal Delicacies
Montreal cuisine isn't just about recreating French classics, of course. The city has its own specialities, including Montreal-style bagels – thinner and crunchier than their American counterparts – and smoked meats and fish, such as bacon or salmon.

Sweet Treats
Canadians love their sweets. Try the no-bake Nanaimo Bar, which originated in Vancouver Island's Nanaimo. Don't miss the butter tarts, small pie-shaped pastries topped with raisins and walnuts or pecans. Or go in for a BeaverTail, a deep-fried, hand-stretched dough often topped with sugar and cinnamon or lemon.


Experience the world's highest tides in Saint John. Learn more about Canada's maritime and colonial history in Halifax. Savour both the sand and snow in Vancouver. And visit Victoria, Canada's prettiest provincial capital.

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