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Canada HolidayCanada is packed with incredible experiences, from Alberta’s Rocky Mountains, to British Columbia’s majestic forests, and the vibrant, buzzing cities of Vancouver, Toronto and Ottawa. Set off on a holiday to discover a whole new side to this country.
Canada Hotel + Flights
You can explore the sights on your doorstep in your own car, but to truly appreciate all that Canada has to offer, hop on a flight and in a couple of hours you can be experiencing a completely different side to the nation. Take your pick of 24747 hotels on Expedia starting at AU$126 a night, and combine these with your flights to create a money-saving, bespoke package. Road trips are one of Canada’s specialties, so don’t forget to add car rental into your package too.
Your Canada Holiday Itinerary
Day 1-3: Toronto is a fantastic place to base yourself, and shortly after touching down at the airport and grabbing the keys to your rental car you can be exploring this culture-filled city. Spend time in the diverse neighbourhoods, head to the top of the world famous CN Tower for a dizzying view of the skyline, and experience first-hand the city’s multiculturalism at Kensington Market. If you haven’t been before, make time for a day trip to Niagara Falls.
Day 4-5: Leave Toronto for the culturally rich capital of Ottawa, a four-hour drive away. Throw yourself into the country’s history by spending time at museums including the Canadian Museum of History, the National Gallery of Canada and the Canadian Museum of Nature. Don’t miss the Rideau Canal. If you visit in winter you can ice skate along it.
Day 6-8: A two-hour drive will take you to the city of Montréal. This eclectic metropolis is known for its iconic dishes. Go on a food tour, stroll down the streets of Old Montréal and get your last-minute shopping done at Montréal Underground City.
Why not experience Canada Day in a different part of the country and see the festivities, parades, concerts and fireworks on July 1 in a totally new way?
Feel the patriotism as you explore Ottawa and dig deeper into Canada’s history with our Ottawa Holiday Packages.
If you want a completely stress-free holiday, our Canada All Inclusive Resorts will be sure to impress.