An organised tour is a great way to explore Canada. Itineraries develop and evolve as a result of customer feedback so you know that you will be spending the right amount of time at each destination and have some of the best excursions and experiences pre-booked before you travel. Organised touring doesn’t have to mean coaches and walking around in groups. Self-drive tours, where you join up with others at each destination but travel independently are a popular ‘best of both worlds’ option whilst independent touring means that you a following a suggested route but have freedom to travel at your own leisure.

Whatever your preference, itineraries range from 7 to 21 nights and are available across the country.

Focus on Vancouver

Vancouver is the gateway to the amazing natural beauty of British Columbia and Canada. Located at the foot of the dazzling Coast Mountains and surrounded by glimmering waterways, it is one of the world’s most fortunate cities when it comes to setting. You get the best of both worlds: a cosmopolitan city nestled within nature’s playground. Tranquil kayaking by day; world-class dining at night. A morning spent shopping followed by an afternoon exploring the west coast temperate rainforest. Vancouver may be easy to get to, but it’s hard to leave!

Best of the West

Self Drive tour – 14 days


Discover the natural beauty of the Canadian Rockies and British Columbia; visit the mountain resorts of Jasper and Whistler; explore the cosmopolitan city of Vancouver and the ever-so-British Victoria.


  • Amazing mountain scenery in the Rockies
  • Visit scenic Wells Gray Park
  • Whistler, a year round resort
  • Vancouver Island, home to great rainforests
  • Victoria, elegant with stunning gardens

Glacier skywalk

A brand new attraction is drawing visitors into Jasper National Park. Five minutes from the Discovery Centre at the Columbia Glacier, the Glacier Skywalk lets visitors literally step into the scenery, high above the Sunwapta valley on a suspended glass platform. At a cost of $21 million, this is one of the boldest attractions to go into a Canadian National Park. A combination of structural steel and glass the Skywalk is anchored into the rock on the side of the mountain.

We recommend: First Class Holidays

First Class Holidays are our preferred supplier for Canada. They have a team of Canada experts who make the little differences that can make a trip, from the best coffee shops to the hidden gems in your favourite city. They also have an average customer rating on review site Feefo of 4.9/5.