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Vacation rentals in Canada
For incredible urban getaways and unique natural gems, Canada is a vast playground for travellers looking for fun, adventure, landscapes and sea views. Find the most comfortable vacation rentals in cities such as Toronto, Vancouver or Ottawa. Enjoy nature at its best in British Columbia, Nova Scotia and Quebec. Every destination in Canada will offer a unique setting to create long-lasting memories. Plan a trip to Canada today!Incredible vacation rentals to cater every traveller
Comfortable vacation rentals with views? Secluded locations to enjoy a private garden and surrounded by incredible mountains and green landscapes? Canada ticks all the boxes! Ideal properties for two near a lake, medium size rentals for families and large accommodation for big groups of up to 12 people. The vacation rentals provide everything you need in open plan areas, equipped kitchens, cozy lounges and ideal outdoor spaces to enjoy the best Canada has to offer -the views!
Vacations in Canada
The area and getting around
A vast extension stretching from the Atlantic to the Pacific, Canada is the world’s second-largest country. Head into the wild and go grizzly bear watching, walk on the glaciers and chase the northern lights in Yukon, on clear nights. Feel the thrill racing down the slopes of the best skiing resorts and try some heli-hiking on mountainsides. Take a scenic drive along the coast, visit the beautiful lakes and hop between lighthouses.Enjoy natural Canada at its best
English and French are the official languages in Canada. The Francophone heritage is well represented in artsy Montreal. Stroll along the cobbled streets of the old town of Quebec or enjoy canoeing and kayaking in crystal clear waters along a river, near pristine glaciers and incredible lakes like the ones in Banff National Park. Enjoy the stunning landscapes and the Canadian Rockies. You will have many opportunities for wildlife viewing, including polar bears in Manitoba and orcas off the coast of Vancouver.
Travellers and activities
The sheer expanse of skiing slopes and incredible mountains and scenery make skiers wanting to explore this winter wonderland. Have off-piste experiences in Whistler, book your ski vacations in Banff, and get surrounded by pristine landscapes in Lake Louise. In British Columbia, you can enjoy unforgettable skiing vacations in Revelstoke and Panorama where you can twist, turn, swerve, undulate and dip down the hill as you enjoy great views one moment, followed by dramatic scenery the next. Receive a warm Canadian welcome and enjoy your stay!Canada for hiking lovers
Exploring a place on foot is when you get to see every detail in the surroundings. Canada is home to incredible hikes and routes thanks to the vast territory of superlative beauty and extensive tracts of wilderness dotted with seaside cliffs, rolling hills, boggy marshlands and great ocean views along the coast. Gear up and enjoy the West Coast Trail in British Columbia. Plan a route in Nova Scotia or follow the Skyline Trail within Cape Breton’s Highlands National Park. In Alberta, near Lake Louise, with the impressive Canadian Rocky Mountains as a backdrop, there is The Plain of the Six Glaciers in Banff National Park. The east coast also offers great hiking trails through Newfoundland, from the easy Silver Mine Head Path to the challenging White Horse Path featuring wonderful ocean views. The Grizzly Lake Trail in Yukon, The Grey Owl Trail in Manitoba, or the Lion’s Head Trail in Ontario are also great hikes to enjoy. Discover what Canada has to offer!
Did you know there are around 2 million lakes in Canada?
Top 5 travel tips in Canada
With an incredible and varied offer of outdoor activities, great cities to visit and honeymoon spots to enjoy, Canada is a great destination for a romantic weekend doing what you love. Hike up together, go kayaking in a lake, have a romantic dinner by the sea and have a romantic stay in Vancouver, Toronto, or Ontario. Visit the Niagara Falls and create memories of a lifetime! Do you need more reasons to visit Canada?2. Get panoramic views
Get to the top of Canada’s highest tower, the CN Tower in Toronto. Climb the tower to get sweeping views of the city and the lake. The tower defines Toronto’s skyline and it is a recognisable and renowned architectural masterpiece. Definitely, a must-see for anyone who visits the city.3. Get on the Maid of the Mist
For 20 minutes, soak up the drops sprayed aboard the Maid of the Mist. Experience one of the world’s most impressive views from the boat and get close to the 600,000 gallons per second of water plunging down to the bottom. Feel the power of Niagara Falls like never before. Check the dates and book your tour as a group or individually.4. Canada’s National Parks
Explore Canada coast to coast and discovering its 46 beautiful National Parks and National Park Reserves. Everywhere you are in Canada there is always a park to explore. Why not starting at the jaw-dropping Gros Morne National Park? Cape Breton Highlands National Park in Nova Scotia should be on every traveller’s list as well. Enjoy Fundy National Park in New Brunswick or the Bruce Peninsula National Park in Ontario. Quebec is home to La Mauricie National Park and in Manitoba, you will find the Wapusk National Park, one of the largest polar bear denning areas where you can also see Arctic foxes, hares, caribou. Take canoe excursions and discover it at your pace. These parks are just the tip of the iceberg. Find out more when you arrive!5. Visit Old Quebec
With ancient fortifications, Old Quebec is one of the most interesting cities to visit in Canada. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is rich in museums and historic sites to visit. Walk around the Citadelle fort, visit the Grand Château Frontenac hotel and Terrasse Dufferin, and take the funicular that connects to Lower Town and the Quartier Petit Champlain. In here you will find a nice stone church, the popular Place Royale square and lovely independent shops along Rue du Petit Champlain. Get ready to travel back in time admiring the awe-inspiring architecture and taking in over 400 years of history in Old Quebec.