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Top wildlife encounters

There’s nothing we love more than watching wild animals going about their lives, unfazed by our temporary passing in their world. From the sounds of their calls to their quirky mannerisms and even at times their unique scent, tracking down wildlife requires you to have all your senses engaged. To celebrate World Wildlife Day, we’ve more »

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An insider’s guide to bear watching in Canada

In Canada, wildlife comfortably outnumbers people. Of all the outdoor activities that Canada offers, bear watching is one of the best and most rewarding experiences. There are many opportunities to spot native bears, particularly if you know where to look. While most people will only ever dream of getting up close and personal with these more »

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A stopover in Vancouver

Vancouver is a cosmopolitan city that provides the gateway to some of Canada‘s most spectacular landscapes and the wonderful wilderness of British Columbia. With so much to see and do there, our Canada expert Paul, guides us through some of the city’s highlights to squeeze into a stay. Vancouver is a vibrant, colourful, and bustling city full more »

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Top 3 places to visit on Vancouver Island

We are really excited to have recently welcomed back Canada onto our portfolio. With abundant wildlife, spectacular landscapes and wonderful cities, there is so much to discover there. We asked Paul, our Canada specialist, to name his top three must-sees on Vancouver Island. There is a lot more to Vancouver Island than you think, whilst the more »

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All aboard the Rocky Mountaineer

On a recent trip to the wildly spectacular regions of the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia, our all-round North America guru Kirsten embarked on a scenic train journey on board the Rocky Mountaineer, hailed around the world for its world-class service and breath-taking scenery. Dating back to the 1800s, transcontinental train travel in Canada continues more »

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Lost and Found in North America

North America has a seemingly never-ending bucket list of iconic sights and destinations that are justifiably popular. But getting off the beaten track and exploring what Americans often call the boondocks really repays the effort of getting there and, more often than not, generates the kind of serendipitous encounter that transforms a holiday from being more »

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