Departure9 January 2024 I'm flexible
Nights1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
BoardAll-inclusive Full-board Half-board Breakfast Self catering Room only
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4* Bath, Somerset Hotel Stay & Roman Baths Entry
Central Plymouth - The Duke of Cornwall Hotel Stay & Breakfast for 2 – Dining Option
4* Bath Christmas Getaway - Wine & Chocolates for 2
Win yourself a holiday to Canada
Canada is a stunning destination for British tourists, offering a wealth of experiences for visitors of all ages. From the dramatic Rocky Mountains to the vibrant cities of Vancouver and Toronto, there is something for everyone to enjoy. The climate is varied, with warm summers and cold winters, making it ideal for outdoor activities and sightseeing. Popular tourist attractions include Niagara Falls, the CN Tower, and the Bay of Fundy. Canada also has a rich culture, with a diverse range of museums, galleries, and festivals to explore.
Books inspired by Canada
Our hand-picked selection of books to get you in the mood for your Canada holiday
In order to avoid scandal, shy Harry Cane is forced to make a speedy escape from his privileged, passive existence in Edwardian England. Trying to build a new life in the remote prairie wilderness of pioneering Canada, he's compelled to confront and accept his sexuality in order to find true happiness.
An originally written novel about a naÃ¯ve, broken-hearted widower who moves to Newfoundland in Canada - the land of his forefathers - with his two young daughters. It's about healing, moving forwards and learning to live again. The author's unique style of writing takes some getting used to but it's worth the effort - she brings the remote Newfoundland landscape and community to life with wit, poignancy and an astute flair.
An amusing and interesting look at Canada by the country's top literary humorist. Ferguson has travelled all around the huge expanses of his home country and presents its people and places with a witty warmth. A must-read for anyone with a trip planned or thinking of going.
A classic survival story for 8 to 12 year-olds about a young boy stranded with only a hatchet after his plane crash-lands in the Canadian wilderness. It offers a gripping and fascinating insight into the country and its vast, extraordinary landscape. It'll make you want to venture into the wild!
Canada Blog posts
From the UK's most popular travel bloggers
From Sea to Table: How Food in Nova Scotia Brings People Together
16th November 2023 by The World in My Pocket
The waitress put the bowl of steaming seafood chowder, with large mussels and roughly chopped potatoes popping out of the creamy broth, on the table. That first taste of the rich, somehow sweet, of the thick chowder, balanced by the crunchy, fresh celery bits, was pure perfection. I knew at that exact moment that my culinary journey through Nova Scotia would be unique, like nowhere else I have travelled before. That first spoonful of chowder was an incredible introduction to the food in Nova...
Cheapest Way to Get From Toronto Pearson Airport to Downtown
27th September 2023 by The World in My Pocket
Once the flight was booked, the travel blogger found themselves pondering the most cost-effective means of transportation from Toronto Pearson Airport to the heart of the city. The flight was scheduled to touch down at midnight, but in reality, it ended up arriving at the ungodly hour of 2 am....
Toronto vs New York City – Which Is Better To Visit In 2023?
21st September 2023 by I'm just a girl 16
Last Updated on 14th September 2023, this article comparing Toronto and New York City contains affiliate links. Are you considering a trip to either Toronto or New York City? Maybe you're even contemplating visiting both, but finding it difficult to decide which city to explore first! This comprehensive guide comparing Toronto and New York City will assist you in making that decision....
Don't Miss These Eight Canadian National Parks
28th March 2023 by PommieTravels
Canada is home to some of the most spectacular, untouched and breathtaking national parks in the world. Many of these parks are also UNESCO World Heritage Sites, making them even more special. Whether you're looking for a rugged outdoor experience or a luxurious stay with stunning views, Canada's national parks have something for everyone. Make sure to check out these eight Canadian national parks for an unforgettable experience....
10 Very Best Things to Do in Quebec City, Canada
28th March 2023 by Hand Luggage Only
Quebec City is a city steeped in history and beauty, making it an ideal destination for exploring the province of Quebec's many attractions. With so much to see and do, it is no wonder that Quebec City is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the region. From its stunning architecture to its vibrant culture, there is something for everyone to enjoy in Quebec City. Whether you are looking for a relaxing getaway or an exciting adventure, Quebec City has something to offer....
10 Best Things to Do in Halifax, Nova Scotia
6th March 2023 by Hand Luggage Only
The city of Halifax is gorgeous to visit; and in lots of ways is the gateway to exploring Nova Scotia’s beautiful places. That being said, it’s also got a charm and history that’s totally worth spending a few days exploring. This is especially true with all the best things to do in Halifax that are easy to reach on foot. ...
Weather in Canada
Our month-by-month guide to the weather and climate in Canada