on a bay on the Straits of Georgia and framed with lofty mountains Vancouver is
a beautiful city. Vancouver features Canada's largest Chinatown, Gastown
a cruise ship pier (how about an Alaska Cruise), Stanley Park, Vancouver
Aquarium, Science World, Grouse Mountain Skyride and more. The sunny Okanagan Valley is hours away as well as
fantastic skiing at Whistler Mountain. Vancouver is only a couple hours from
Seattle, Washington. The city is famous as a terrific sight for conventions
and meetings. A short, scenic ferry ride delivers lucky tourists to
Vancouver Island and the British city of Victoria. Butchart Gardens is
world famous for its stunning collection of millions of flowers.
The capital and largest metropolis in Alberta, Edmonton is both heart and soul
of the province. Alberta's oil boom started a few miles from Edmonton
which was also the gateway to the Great Northern Goldrush! West Edmonton Mall is the world's
largest shopping complex and attracts millions of visitors. A visit to
Fort Edmonton Park (largest of its kind in Canada) is a must, Muttart Conservatory is very unique and the city hall is one of the most stunning of
its kind anywhere. The Parliament Building and Grounds are
fascinating. World class alpine skiing and terrific lodges are only 3 hours away in
beautiful Jasper. Flights to
Yellowknife, the Ablerta Tarsands, Whitehorse and Dawson city can be arranged. To the south are the
and Royal Tyrell Dinosaur Museum. Whyte Avenue is lively and
trend-setting and Edmonton has festivals constantly throughout the summer, more
than any other Canadian city. Don't miss this great city!!
Jasper and Banff
Canada's most stunningly beautiful cities are only a few hours from Edmonton.
They are blessed with majestic mountains, vast forests and plentiful wilderness
wildlife. Learn the secret of why Lake
and Maligne Lake (Jasper) shine with an amazing aquamarine blue color seen
nowhere else. Hotsprings, boating, canoeing, white water rafting,
swimming, scuba diving and hiking are all within easy distance. The
Icefields Parkway connects the two towns and you can stop at the Columbia
Icefield and ride onto Athabasca Glacier in a snowcoach. VIA Rail train journeys through the Rockies
are the most spectacular on
earth. We can recommend secret hidden lakes and exhilarating hiking trails.
On the vast Canadian Prairies one finds an oasis of humanity. Saskatchewan
grows enormous amounts of wheat
and Canola but few people know that northern Saskatchewan has thousands of pristine
include Wanuskewin Heritage Park, Western Development Museum, Batoche National
Historic Site and Fort Carlton. Call us to plan a vacation or business
trip for your company or group. We can arrange all the details to save you
time and money.
The history of the city traces back 6,000 years when first nations traders
traveled to the junction of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers, now in the heart of
Winnipeg. Step back in history at the Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature
and St. Boniface Museum The Western Canada Aviation Museum and Fort Whyte
Centers are well worth a visit. North of Winnipeg are Hecla Park, Lake
Winnipeg and over a hundred thousand other lakes! To the north of Winnipeg
is Churchill where you can meet a Polar
Bear up close! Well, perhaps not. Minneapolis is a few
hours to the south.
There are so many things to do in the city of Toronto and the province of Ontario. Toronto is Canada's
largest Metropolis and has over 80 ethnic communities. Ride up the tallest
free standing structure in the world, the CN Tower. Royal Ontario Museum
is Canada's largest and you can also visit the Ontario Science Center and the
Canadian National Exhibition. See a sporting game in the Skydome
or go sailing on
Lake Ontario. Within a couple hours you can visit Niagara Falls, Stratford
or go rock climbing at Rattlesnake Park. There are dozens of
Canada's capital sits above the junctures of the Ottawa and Rideau Canal.
Visit the Parliament Buildings including House of Commons and Senate when they
are in session. The Museum of Civilization is fascinating as is the
national Gallery of Canada. A visit to the Royal Canadian Mint is a must.
90 Miles south are historic and the "Thousand
Islands" of the St. Lawrence River.
Hochelaga by Native tribes for thousands of years has the
largest French speaking population in the world outside of France. Like
many of the world's great ports, Montreal is a gastronomic delight. Stop
at sidewalk cafes and wonder if you are actually in Europe! Old Montreal
is a terrific walk. Try your luck at Montreal Casino on the man-made
island of Notre-Dame. Step into the Museum of Contemporary Art, the
Center of History, Olympic Park, and the Biodome. Outside of
Montreal visit Upstate New York which is only 50 Kilometers (30 miles) away, or
Laval and the Laurentians Mountains, some of the oldest in the
is a Unessco World Heritage Sight and is the only walled city in North
America. The city's history is long and dramatic. The fate of
North America was decided centuries ago on the Plains of Abraham.
Champlain died at Terasse Dufferin in 1635 and Winston Churchill and President
Roosevelt met at the Chateau Frontenac during World War II. Visit
the Ile of Orleans, Quebec Wax Museum and Artillery Park Historic site.
Northeast of Quebec is 270 foot Montmorency Falls. The Manoir Montmorency
is perched on a cliff here and has a restaurant and suspended bridges that take
you over the canyon and falls. Call us for booking details for beautiful