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The globe's second-biggest country has an endless variety of landscapes. Sky-high mountains, glinting glaciers, spectral rainforests and remote beaches are all here, spread across six times zones. It's the backdrop for plenty of ah-inspiring moments – and for a big cast of local characters. That's big as in polar bears, grizzly bears, whales and, everyone's favourite, moose. The terrain also makes for a fantastic playground.
Experience a multisensory theatre of a breathtaking 360 degree view of the Sulphur Mountains from the rooftop observation deck.
Lake Louise is famous for it's awe-inspiring turquoise lake with a surrounding amphitheatre of soaring snow-capped mountains and the Victoria Glacier.
Explore the Athabasca Glacier riddled with crevasses followed by the Glacier Skywalk, a glass-floored observation platform over the Sunwapta Valley for an unobstructed view of the surrounding glaciers
Drive through one of the highest road accessed points in Glacier National Park - Rogers Pass with lunch at the Giant Cedars boardwalk in the British Columbian unique old rainforest. Continue your jour
The road shadows the swiftly flowing Fraser River, the longest river in British Columbia passing through the eponymous canyon of the Rocky Mountains into the Strait of Georgia, Vancouver.
Walk onto one of the longest and highest suspension bridge swaying gently over the Capilano River checking out the historic exhibits, totem poles and tree-shaded nature trails with the major attractio
FlyOver Canada, a 4D show experiencing a gentle ride. Chairlift-style seats are elevated before a large spherical screen creating an illusion of flying over the landscapes.
Guided city tour for the rich and ever-spreading canvas of cultural action to dive into around the city of Vancouver. Explore the spectacular waterfront landmarks including Canada Place, Robson Street