Explore Canada with Canadian Affair

Why book your next trip to Canada with Canadian Affair? Established for over 25 years, award-winning Canadian Affair is the largest specialist tour operator selling flights & tailor-made holidays to Canada. An extensive collection of holiday types are available including rail, cruise, fly-drives, motorhome holidays and much more, all with the added protection of ATOL bonding and peace of mind policy.

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Spirit bear, British Columbia


From grizzly to polar bears, from orca to beluga whales, Canada is the premier destination for wildlife watching.

If you’re hoping to see the rare white-coated black bears known as ‘Spirit Bears” (pictured above), you’ll find them in the coastal temperate rainforests of northwest British Columbia. If you head for the province of Manitoba, it’s there where you can witness black bear, polar bear, moose, beluga whale and bison.

Emerald Lake Lodge


From incredible rugged coastlines and soaring mountains, to sparkling lakes and icy glaciers, this country is full of jaw-dropping scenery.

We’ve way too many scenic wonders we could recommend to squeeze into this section, so let’s just reel off a few top highlights: Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia & New Brunswick (coast), Churchill in Manitoba (plenty of snow and polar bears), Western Brook Pond in Gros Morne National Park (glacially-carved fjord), Bruce Peninsula in Ontario (Northern Lights) and Moraine Lake in Alberta (for the Insta-friendly lake money shot). 

Hiking around Garibaldi Lake near Whistler


Canada’s naturally rugged and beautiful landscape creates an incredible outdoor playground for adventurous travellers.

For alpine outdoor activities, the most obvious places to head would be either Sun Peaks or Whistler. Both offer a plethora of exciting ways to fill your day including mountain biking, hiking, kayaking, golf and horse riding in the summer months and skiing or snowboarding in the winter. With plenty of spa hotels at both resorts, you’re sure to find a hot tub to soak those aching limbs at the end of the day.

Victoria waterfront, Vancouver Island


Canada’s cities are busy, lively, vibrant, quirky and cool.

Given you’ll most likely be frequenting any given city for just a couple of days as part of a larger tour itinerary, we’d confidently say that Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal are the best places for a combination of sightseeing and dining. If we were pushed to pick an overall winner, we’d go for Vancouver simply because of the options to explore the city by foot are immense – such as Stanley Park and Gastown.

Savings on holidays in the Canadian Rockies

Road by Abraham Lake

Unlimited Adventures Self-Drive

A spectacular adventure packed with world-class resorts. A mosaic of landscapes awaits you as you travel from the towering mountains of the Rockies to the rugged coastlines of the Pacific.

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Motorhome driving in Banff

Roaming the Rockies By Motorhome

Get to know the majestic Rocky Mountains on this 13-night motorhome holiday. Start in the Stampede City of Calgary before delving into the mountains and exploring charming towns and striking scenery.

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Rocky Mountaineer

Yukon & Denali Cruise

This magnificent circular tour departing Vancouver encompasses Whitehorse, Dawson City in the Canadian Yukon and through to Fairbanks, the gateway to the interior region of Alaska.

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Cruising Alaska

Rockies & Alaska Cruise Extravaganza

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An incredible combination of two fantastic experiences! A two-day journey on board the Rocky Mountaineer from Banff to Vancouver then step aboard a magical cruise from Vancouver to Alaska with Holland America Line.

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