There’s a lot to be said for Canada solo travel. As the second-largest country in the world (yet with just 0.5% of the population) it is the perfect destination for some serious R&R in nature. Uncover new worlds and new perspectives as you admire the stars above remote Fogo Island, whale watch off the coast of New Brunswick, and relax in front of a roaring log fire overlooking the vast Lake of Two Rivers in Algonquin Provincial Park. Canada solo travel doesn’t have to be spent entirely in nature, either. Between the rugged hinterland of the Arctic tundra and chiseled mountain ranges there are young cities bursting with charm,
culture, creativity, and outstanding fresh fusion cuisine. Try being a true Vancouverite (actual term) for the day with a smorgasbord of local salmon and seafood for lunch before heading up the snow-capped Whistler Mountain for a long afternoon of skiing (or craft ale sampling in the many apres-ski bars if you prefer). Or, if the busier East Coast is calling, top off a day spent exploring Toronto’s bright and bustling shores with a thrilling helicopter ride over the breathtaking Niagara Falls. In a country that is famed for having the world’s friendliest locals, flying solo around Canada couldn’t be more fun.

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Canada customer reviews (3 reviews)
The Canada trip was fantastic, all arrangements, accommodation and tours were spot on. We loved all of the places you recommended, during the trip we had seven different stops all of which were different and each had their own charms. Standouts were Emerald Lake (why bother with Lake Louise, they were bussing them in from the overflow car parks some 8-10 miles away!). Victoria on Vancouver Island was beautiful and so easy to walk around, and of course Vancouver City - the Foodie Tour is a must for anyone. First Class service, great attention to detail, will use them again
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