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10-Day Newfoundland and Maritime Tour from Halifax to Moncton

10-Day Newfoundland and Maritime Tour from Halifax to Moncton - Halifax, Canada

Duration: 10 days
Location: Halifax, Canada

From USD
$1674.75

Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, and New Brunswick are provinces with stunning scenery, captivating coastlines, treasured traditions and wonderful wildlife that will take your breath away! On this 10-day tour, hike to the summit of the incredible Gros Morne Mountain, explore the beaches and trails of Cape Breton Island, observe humpback, minke, pilot whales and more on a whale watching cruise, kayak through the amazing fjords in Norris Point, and get “Screeched in” on George Street, St. Johns.

Day 1 : Halifax to Pleasant Bay (Cape Breton)
After a friendly welcome from your guide, head towards the Cape Breton Highlands, which are home to Canada's Scottish heritage ... More info ›

Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, and New Brunswick are provinces with stunning scenery, captivating coastlines, treasured traditions and wonderful wildlife that will take your breath away! On this 10-day tour, hike to the summit of the incredible Gros Morne Mountain, explore the beaches and trails of Cape Breton Island, observe humpback, minke, pilot whales and more on a whale watching cruise, kayak through the amazing fjords in Norris Point, and get “Screeched in” on George Street, St. Johns.

Day 1 : Halifax to Pleasant Bay (Cape Breton)
After a friendly welcome from your guide, head towards the Cape Breton Highlands, which are home to Canada's Scottish heritage. You’ll hike the famous Skyline Trail. Stay in a hostel located on the Cape Breton Road. (Dinner included).

Day 2: Pleasant Bay to Baddeck (Bear on the Lake Cape Breton)
This morning, you have the option to take an amazing whale watching tour in the Atlantic Ocean (own expense). Drive along the Cabot trail and stop for an easy hike up the Skyline Ridge. Spend this evening beside the lake and roast some marshmallows at the campfire. (Dinner included).

Day 3: Baddeck to Norris Point
Board the ferry to Newfoundland (6 hours). Drive to Norris Point, a picturesque coastal community located near Gros Morne National Park. 

Day 4: Gros Morne National Park
Take advantage of the many optional activities available, including sea kayaking, boat tour through freshwater fjords, or the famous hike up Gros Morne Mountain. In the evening, relax and enjoy dinner cooked by your guide. (Dinner included).

Day 5: Norris Point to Botwood
Spend time hiking in Gros Morne National park before you drive to the town of Botwood. Botwood is centered around its sheltered, deep water port. Depending on the time of year, you may be able to see some magnificent icebergs floating by. At night, you'll have a group meal at the hostel (included).

Day 6: Botwood to Trinity East
Continue your drive through the Bonavista Peninsula to a small town called Trinity East. Here, you'll explore the area by walking the famous Skerwink Trail. After a full day of hiking, enjoy a relaxing group dinner. (Dinner included).

Day 7: Trinity East to St. John's
Stop at St. Johns, one of North America’s oldest cities. Join your guide for a city walk and then relax (or party) with some drinks on George Street which is known for its many pubs and bars. This is your opportunity to get “Screeched in” at a local pub!

Day 8: St. John's
Enjoy a free day in St. Johns.

Day 9: St. John’s to Ferry
On the way back to the mainland, take note that this area has the world's largest puffin colony, the world's southernmost caribou herd, and some of the world's oldest and rarest marine fossils. You will board the ferry in the early evening for an overnight adventure across the sea!

Day 10: Ferry to Moncton
Journey back into New Brunswick today and stop to take a tour of Hopewell Rocks, where you can see and learn about the incredible tidal changes which are some of the largest in the world! Tonight, join your guide for a city walk and night out on the town!

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10-Day Tatshenshini River Expedition

10-Day Tatshenshini River Expedition - Whitehorse, Canada

Duration: 10 days
Location: Whitehorse, Canada

From USD
$4884.98

Spend 10 days exploring, adventuring and reconnecting with yourself and those on the river with you, 10 days that will be with you for the rest of your life!

This Journey is not solely focused on the time spent on the river; the shorter river days and long hours of sunlight allow for excursions from camp each afternoon before settling in for a campfire dinner under a star-filled sky. Two layover days also allow those who chose to attempt more vigorous hikes to take in the surrounding tundra and glaciers.

Visit one of the most remote and pristine wilderness areas remaining in the world ... More info ›

Spend 10 days exploring, adventuring and reconnecting with yourself and those on the river with you, 10 days that will be with you for the rest of your life!

This Journey is not solely focused on the time spent on the river; the shorter river days and long hours of sunlight allow for excursions from camp each afternoon before settling in for a campfire dinner under a star-filled sky. Two layover days also allow those who chose to attempt more vigorous hikes to take in the surrounding tundra and glaciers.

Visit one of the most remote and pristine wilderness areas remaining in the world. Over ten days you will separate completely from your daily lives and focus your energy on the sights, sounds and people around you. This is a world-class rafting trip, but it is more than that; it is a journey that reconnects us with nature and adjusts our perspectives in life. What more can you ask for from a vacation?

Travelling through remote sections of Yukon, British Columbia and Alaska, you will encounter glaciers sitting on the water’s edge and calving into icebergs in front of your eyes, all worth the journey in itself. You will also view grizzlies, eagles and several other animals and birdlife as you become one with your natural surroundings on the Tatshenshini and Alsek Rivers.

On DAYS ONE & TWO, begin your journey by heading out on the Alaska Highway to enter the Kluane National Park. Take in the scenery and bountiful wildlife before continuing to Dalton Post, Alaska to settle in for the first of many sumptuous dinners at camp. The next morning, awake to a delicious breakfast and coffee, then set off on your first river day deep into the canyons of the St. Elias Mountains and raft through the most continuous white-water section of the trip before camping for the night.

On DAYS THREE & FOUR, relax as you meander through Quiet Canyon, the Oxbows and Bear Bite Creek. Take in panoramic mountain vistas and a variety of wildlife before setting camp at Sediments Creek. Spend your first layover day relaxing, or join a group hike to an open ridge and an alpine meadow bursting with flowers, and maybe continue to Goat Ridge to view glaciers.

On DAYS FIVE & SIX, raft through the Monkey Wrench before passing the O’Connor River, and take in the spectacular scenery as the valley broadens. As the river expands, lose track of its flow and take in its colour caused by the presence of glacial sediment. After meeting the confluence with the Alsek River, set camp at Reynolds Creek and recover from SOS (Scenic Overdose Syndrome).

On DAYS SEVEN & EIGHT, slowly travel down the Alsek to reach Walker Glacier where you will settle for lunch before hiking the glacier to marvel at its seracs and crevasses. Come morning, cut through the Barbazon Range, pass by the massive Novatak Glacier, and take in views of Mount Fairweather.

On DAYS NINE & TEN, enter the ice age on the breathtaking Alsek Lake filled with floating icebergs. Row through the lake in a once-in-a-lifetime experience before camping a final time. Float down to Dry Bay, Alaska on the shores of the Pacific Ocean, then hop on a scenic flight back to Whitehorse where the group will gather a final time for a dinner among friends, old and new.

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10-Hour Small Group Whistler Day Trip from Vancouver

10-Hour Small Group Whistler Day Trip from Vancouver - Vancouver, Canada

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Vancouver, Canada

From USD
$155.30

On this 10-hour day trip, take a journey along the beautiful mountains, see the third-tallest waterfall in British Columbia and have plenty of free time to sample the exciting year-round activities offered in Whistler Village. Scheduled tour stops include Squamish, Whistler Village, Shannon Falls and the new Aboriginal Cultural Center and Museum with your guide ... More info ›

On this 10-hour day trip, take a journey along the beautiful mountains, see the third-tallest waterfall in British Columbia and have plenty of free time to sample the exciting year-round activities offered in Whistler Village. Scheduled tour stops include Squamish, Whistler Village, Shannon Falls and the new Aboriginal Cultural Center and Museum with your guide. Enjoy the personalization with a small group on your journey and admire the picturesque views of the Sea to Sky highway on route to one of the world's most renowned resort towns.

Enjoy exploring Whistler on this family-friendly tour from Vancouver. While this region is known as one of North America's top ski destinations, the beautiful alpine village of Whistler also offers fun activities year round for your family and friends. From ancient rainforests and glaciers to modern skyscrapers and public artwork, you and the group will get to experience the best of both worlds in Whistler. 

Begin the tour with breathtaking views and scenic stops along the thrilling Sea to Sky Highway. First stop: Shannon Falls. Feel the mist of the spectacular waterfall as you walk along the viewing deck. 

Once in Whistler, you'll have plenty of time to try the fresh food, enjoy amazing views, and explore the mountaintop venues. Experience gourmet cuisine in a fine dining atmosphere, have a casual fireside meal or grab a quick bite on the go. Shop at over 200 stores, go for a bike ride, or stroll along the trails. The options are endless in Whistler and the opportunity to have an unforgettable trip is waiting for you!

Additional tour stops include Britannia Beach, Shannon Falls, Brandywine Falls (seasonal), Whistler Village, and other popular spots. Depending on the season, you may have the option of taking the Peak 2 Peak Gondola between the Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. This is the longest and highest lift in the world, where you'll get to enjoy incomparable views of towering volcanic peaks to the coastal rainforest. 

A quick summary of the Whistler tour:

  • Pick up from hotel 
  • Enjoy the picturesque views of the Sea to Sky Highway
  • Stop at Shannon Falls, British Columbia's third largest waterfall
  • Visit Brandywine Falls (Seasonal)
  • Whistler Village: Peak 2 Peak (Seasonal), fine dining, explore the trails, and shopping.
  • Drop off at hotel

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14-Minute Helicopter Tour Over Toronto

14-Minute Helicopter Tour Over Toronto  - Toronto, Canada
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Duration: 14 minutes
Location: Toronto, Canada

From USD
$211.51

See the beautiful sights of Toronto from the sky on an exciting helicopter ride over the city! Fly through the air with an experienced pilot, gazing down on attractions like CN Tower, Fort York, the Royal Ontario Museum, Casa Loma, High Park and the Lake Ontario waterfront. This 14-minute ride follows a route of nearly 22 miles (35 km) and includes one souvenir photo ... More info ›

See the beautiful sights of Toronto from the sky on an exciting helicopter ride over the city! Fly through the air with an experienced pilot, gazing down on attractions like CN Tower, Fort York, the Royal Ontario Museum, Casa Loma, High Park and the Lake Ontario waterfront. This 14-minute ride follows a route of nearly 22 miles (35 km) and includes one souvenir photo. Several departure times throughout the day are available.

Begin your tour over Toronto at the downtown city airport, where you'll check in, meet your pilot and board your 3-passenger helicopter. When everyone is buckled in, take off into the sky, rising approximately 2,000 feet (600 meters) in the air.

Soar high above Canada's largest city, enjoying the aerial views of downtown skyscrapers, CN Tower, the picturesque Lake Ontario waterfront, the Canadian National Exhibition grounds, Don River Valley, Fort York, City Hall, the Royal Ontario Museum, Air Canada Centre, Rogers Centre (the former SkyDome), Ripley's Aquarium, St Lawrence Market and the historic Distillery District. Fly southwest of the city center to see Humber Bay and High Park, and journey north to see Evergreen Brick Works, a former brick quarry, and Casa Loma, Toronto's famous Gothic Revival–style mansion.

After 14 minutes of smooth flying, touch back down at the airport.

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1.5-Hour Banff National Park Canoe Tour

1.5-Hour Banff National Park Canoe Tour - Banff, Canada
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Banff, Canada

From USD
$46.34

Enjoy the serenity of the Bow River and marvel at the surroundings whilst on a Voyageur Canoe Tour. As you journey upstream, your local guide will entertain you with stories of the past, history of canoeing and interesting local facts. Every tour includes life jackets and paddles plus instruction on how to paddle as a team.

Your canoe tour will start at the Banff Canoe Club, just a 5 minute walk from Downtown Banff ... More info ›

Enjoy the serenity of the Bow River and marvel at the surroundings whilst on a Voyageur Canoe Tour. As you journey upstream, your local guide will entertain you with stories of the past, history of canoeing and interesting local facts. Every tour includes life jackets and paddles plus instruction on how to paddle as a team.

Your canoe tour will start at the Banff Canoe Club, just a 5 minute walk from Downtown Banff. Upon arrival, meet your personable guide for the tour. After checking in, the guide will set you up with a life jacket and paddle before talking you through some dryland safety instruction and paddling techniques. 

From the shore, learn about the history of the Bow River and some of the wildlife that are present in the area. Your guide will then load you into a 12-seater Voyageur Canoe for approximately 1 hour of river time. Your tour will be followed by a light refreshment at the end.

The Voyageur Canoe Tour is perfect for the whole family and no paddling experience is necessary. It’s a fun and interactive way to explore the waterways of Banff National Park.

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1-Hour Distillery History District by Segway

1-Hour Distillery History District by Segway  - Toronto, Canada
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Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Toronto, Canada

From USD
$63.24

This 1-hour Segway tour is packed with awesome facts and a fun ride around Toronto's Distillery District. Enjoy more historical exploits, riding time and a complimentary tasting at two favorite Distillery District businesses ... More info ›

This 1-hour Segway tour is packed with awesome facts and a fun ride around Toronto's Distillery District. Enjoy more historical exploits, riding time and a complimentary tasting at two favorite Distillery District businesses. On the tour, you'll learn about the rise of a booze empire, Toronto's drunk history, and many other incredible facts that will leave you awestruck at Canada's vibrant history. This tour is perfect for beginners and first-time riders. 

Make your way to Toronto's Distillery Historic District, where the tour will begin with a brief training and practice session on the Segway. Once you've passed training, the professional guides will lead lead the way through the neighborhood, sharing stories along the way.

During the tour, you'll see the gorgeous Victorian Industrial architecture that defines the Distillery Historic District, and hear tales of intrigue from the area's gritty, boozy past. Pause to visit SOMA Chocolatemaker and the Mill Street Brewery to sample their locally-made treats, then wrap up the tour at your original departure point.

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