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Keep Exploring

Canada is a vast country filled to the brim with incredible natural wonders that will leave any lover of the outdoors awe-struck. You don’t have to fly to the far corners of the country to enjoy them. There are amazing wonders within close proximity to Canada’s biggest cities.

Purely Canada offers bespoke tours to all regions of this magnificent country, tailored to your individual chosen itineraries and budget.  Call us to discuss your plans on 01372 372123.



  • Vancouver & Vancouver Island

  • Whistler

  • Calgary

  • Banff

  • Lake Louise

  • Jasper

  • The Yukon



  • Toronto

  • Niagara Falls

  • Ottawa

  • Montreal

  • Quebec City

  • The Great Lakes



  • New Brunswick

  • Nova Scotia

  • Prince Edward Island

  • Newfoundland & Labrador

British Columbia



British Columbia, Canada’s westernmost province, embraces nearly a million square kilometres of mountains, forests and beaches, cosmopolitan cities and friendly little towns. Set between the Rocky Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, BC’s vast and beautiful landscapes span hundreds of provincial parks, seven national parks and countless green spaces in spectacular settings. 

This is the great outdoors. There’s so much to discover from thriving wine regions, ancient temperate rainforests, inspiring indigenous cultures and fascinating wildlife. 


Even BC’s largest and most vibrant cities Vancouver and Victoria rub shoulders with the wilds and make it easy to step into nature – from sea-kayaking and whale watching in the morning to sipping cocktails in the afternoon. In British Columbia nature shapes culture and unbridled adventures abound. 


Atlantic Canada

An enchanting seacoast holiday

Located on Canada’s East Coast, the provinces of New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island boast Canada’s most spectacular and pristine coastline. Here you’ll find lush vistas and uncrowded beaches, breathtaking scenery and a vibrant and welcoming culture that will ensure you feel like a local in no time.

Atlantic Canada is famous for its fresh and abundant seafood, from succulent lobster, to scallops, mussels, oysters and cod – but we offer so much more. Dine at a seaside restaurant, take a stroll through a local farmers market, or take in one of the many culinary festivals. It’s truly a foodie’s paradise.

An Atlantic Canada holiday is just a six-hour flight from the UK.  In fact, Atlantic Canada is the closest North American destination from Europe.

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