Eastern Canada Tours3 tours available
RBYA Yukon & Alaska Tour With Rachel Bertsch
12 days from Whitehorse to Whitehorse
This Yukon & Alaska Tour was designed by, and will be led by, senior Tour Leader, Rachel Bertsch-Kristensen, who resides in Canada's North. She… Read more
NL1 Newfoundland & Labrador Tour
15 days from Corner Brook to St John's
For this Newfoundland & Labrador tour we are delighted to partner with a first-rate local operator whose knowledge and experience in the region… Read more
MCNW The Northwest Passage 2020 Tour
19 days from Calgary to Toronto
This Northwest Passage 2020 Tour is a one-time 2020 offering will be led/hosted by Senior Tour Leader, Martin Charlton, who in 2020 celebrates his… Read more
More About Canada
Continually listed as one of the best destinations to travel to in the world, Canada has a great deal to offer. Our Eastern Canada tours hit all the highlights from coast to coast in a wide variety of itineraries.
As the world's second largest country, second only to Russia, diversity is Canada's strong suit. With over 200,000 km of coastline that spreads out across the Pacific, Arctic, and Atlantic Oceans, experience nature up close with whale watching tours beyond the shoreline and scenic tours along the coast.
From the red earth of the Atlantic and Maritime provinces, with a lobster culture and Hopewell Rocks in the Bay of Fundy which boasts the largest tide swings in the world, to the Pacific Ocean's salmon run that has inspired the totem poles found in the fishing villages of many First Nation groups.
With a comfortable pace and an easy to understand guide, learn why Eastern Canada tours offer a memorable experience far beyond the cosmopolitan cities.
Though continually ranked among the world's most livable cities, Vancouver, Montreal, Calgary, and Toronto are merely gateways to the outstanding natural beauty of Canada.
It's why visitors and locals flock to hear the thunder of Niagara Falls, watch the sun dip behind the towering mountains in Banff or Jasper in the Canadian Rockies, or feel the ocean spray on their skin in Clayoquot Sound near Tofino.
Being joined by wildlife ranging from seals to sea lions, otters to beavers, black bears to grizzlies, orca to humpback, caribou to bison, right whale to finback, or raven to puffin, is both extraordinary in experience but common in place.
Culturally, Canada is made up of many. The Acadian French on the Atlantic coast who came to North America from France starting in the early 17th century. The Inuit of the Arctic have survived off the land for centuries in some of the world's harshest conditions.
The Haida of Haida Gwaii have constructed totems, paintings and carvings that have inspired generations. The French Canadians of Quebec have created a flavour trail of delicious bakeries among the cobblestone of old cities.
The cattle ranchers of Alberta celebrated each year with the Calgary Stampede. Our Eastern Canada tours take a greater look at each group individually in their respective home area, as well as the countless other cultures found within that region that make Canada truly a cultural melting pot.
Historically inhabited for more than 10,000 years since the arrival of First Nations via the land bridge of the Bering Sea exposed before the end of the last Ice Age, infrastructure changes came swiftly after European explorations were carried out during the fur trading years of the HudsonÃ¢ÂÂs Bay Company.
For nearly 250 years, Canada was explored by trappers in canoes. Competition led to the West being explored and an eventually a railroad called the Canadian Pacific was built. The Klondike gold rush created a boom in the Northern Territory of the Yukon in 1898. Canada is still a country that, economically, still relies on its natural resources.
With something for everyone, from foodies to nature lovers to culturally curious, it is easy to see why Eastern Canada tours should be on everyone'ÂÂs must do list.