Canada Summer Programme
"Contrary to popular belief, Canada as a tourist destination is actually far more popular in the Summer months when the place really heats up and everything and everyone comes out to enjoy the beautiful wilderness! The snow starts to melt, the animals come out of hibernation, and the adrenaline l...
Travel Dates: 01 May - 31 October 2020
Northern Lights of the Yukon, 5 Days
Day 1 Whitehorse. Upon arrival at the airport you will be greeted by a local representative of Northern Tales Travel Services who will welcome you to the Yukon and transfer you to your hotel. Once you have checked in you will receive an orientation meeting describing what to expect during your st...
Travel Dates: 1 February - 13 April 2020, 18 August 2020 - 12 April 2021
Canada Powder Package
Authentic Canadian Winter experience with pre-arranged work at one of our world class ski resorts that include competitive pay, awesome benefits and staff housing, this is definitely the best way to experience a real Canadian ski season! It goes without saying that Canada is renowned around the w...
Travel Dates: 18 January 2020 - 20th April 2021.
Northern Lights of Aurora Village, Yellowknife
Day 1 Yellowknife. Arriving at Yellowknife Airport you are met by a representative of Aurora Village at the arrivals gate. Afterwards, you are transferred to your Yellowknife hotel and are assisted with your check in. After getting settled and fitting your winter weather clothes, depart with your...
Travel Dates: 12 August - 12 October 2020
Canada boasts pristine wilderness and vibrant cities
Covering such a vast region, a Canadian holiday is certainly not limited for scope. Whether it's to see a black bear in its habitat, watch the Calgary Stampede, snowboard at ski resorts, take in an ice hockey game or visit the home of Anne of Green Gables on Prince Edward Island, Canada's unique attributes are showcased against a breathtaking natural backdrop.
While Canada's stunning landscape is well known, the cities also know how to put on a fabulous show. Montreal is where you can indulge your Francophile tendencies with poutine and maple syrup amongst other cultural pursuits. Toronto, Canada's largest city, is home to the longest street in the world (Yonge Street) and famous landmarks, sporting venues and artistic endeavours. On the west coast, Vancouver is a modern city framed by snow-capped peaks and where you can famously go skiing and sit on a beach on the same day. Canada, eh?