Things to do
Vancouver -Located on a peninsula, the gorgeous city of Vancouver is flanked by seawater channels, urban beaches, and snow clad North Shore Mountains. Touch down at Vancouver and get yourself ready to kick-start your tour, as you are sure to stumble upon plenty of scenic surroundings and plenty of active experiences. After the long-haul flight, you'll want to stretch your legs. Head straight for your hotel and get a shower before you take a 'Flyover Canada'.
Jasper -Step aboard one of the specially designed boats and make a river safari on the Blue River, admiring the views of imposing peaks, vibrant blue water, and ancient forests. You are sure to fall witness to a variety of active wildlife always seen on this riverbanks. Explore the 12-kilometre-long Grizzley Bear Valley that offers you a great way to spot bears trumpeting along the shore. Dine at an Indian restaurant and overnight stay at Jasper.
Quebec City Day Trip -Drive to Quebec City, a UNESCO World Heritage site. After lunch on own, proceed to the guided city tour of Quebec City. Learn about the past, present and future of Quebec City. Walk along the fortified walls surrounding of Old Quebec and admire the view from many different vantage points. Visit various notable historical sites. On arrival at Montmorency Falls, take the cable car skywards for panoramic views over the tumbling torrent.
Best time to visit December to March
Summertime is definitely the best time to visit Canada and they run from June till around September. Sunny days and pleasant temperatures between 20-30 degrees Celsius or higher make this the ideal time to un[travel] Canada's outdoors. Hiking trails are cleared and open, lakes and rivers are flowing with much more wildlife around. Camping, golfing and fishing aside, this is also the time Niagara Falls has its maximum visitors. The shortest of all seasons, days of Autumn are noticeably shorter with the first frosts appearing. Leaves turn a beautiful shade of yellow and brown.
Winter is the longest season of the year with even daytime temperatures running below 0 degrees Celsius and colder nights. The ideal time for dog sledding or ski vacations, this is also perfect for the Northern lights. Quebec's renowned Winter Festival features a carnival ice and snow sculptures and more. March to May is the spring period in Canada. A fairly rainy period, days are warmer with flowers in bloom and cool nights. The coastal regions have much warmer days as well. May is whale-watching season along the Atlantic coast.
How to reach
Canada's overall reputation for natural beauty means it sees millions of tourists every year. This makes for a lot of air traffic in some areas, particularly in Vancouver, which serves as a major transpacific hub and a gateway to Indian and other popular Asian countries. The busy Eastern Triangle comprises of Ottawa, Toronto and Montreal.
Canada's major airline is Air Canada. It operates nationally and internationally, and has services to more than 150 destinations. WestJet and Air Transat offer scheduled service to as many as 50 cities and 90 destinations in 25 countries. Smaller airlines such as CanJet, First Air and Air North also fly to various destinations in and around Canada.
Rail travel is somehow quintessentially Canadian, in many ways a link to the early days of the country. It is one of the most popular and easiest ways to experience the country. Almost all of Canada's major cities are connected by railroad and passenger rail. From Canadian long-distance trains run by VIA Rail Canada to the vintage cars of the Royal Canadian Pacific, these trips promise some great and exciting journey.
The intercity bus routes that spans the entire country is the most economic and comfortable way to travel in Canada. Greyhound is the largest provider of intercity bus services in the country.
A robust public transit system makes it easy and exciting to explore cities. Other than buses, streetcars, trolleys, and sea buses make travelling much more comfortable and pleasing.