Absolutely Toronto & Vancouver  

Combine Toronto’s hipster districts, craft breweries and sky-high attractions with Vancouver’s wild and ready mountains and ocean where whale watching, sea planes and gondolas are waiting.

A culinary, cultural and natural adventure across two of Canada’s most sensational cities.

Double up on the adventure and see two of Canada cities in one go on a self-guided trip that takes you from glistening glass skyscrapers to the stunning Great Outdoors. Toronto offers a fusion of cultures with beers on tap, jerk tacos and souvlaki at your fingertips, quirky bookstores and independent boutiques. Next, swap Toronto’s CN Tower and design museums for Vancouver’s Douglas firs and Pacific Ocean. Here, takes any turn you want; wet and wild rides alongside humpback whales, aerial strides over rainforest bridges or nostalgic strolls through Gastown’s lamp-lit streets.

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Toronto and Vancouver

First timers. City slickers. Wildlife lovers.

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Ontario’s most energetic city

Three nights gives you a terrific amount of time to amble around a slew of top-notch museums, peruse West Queen West’s art galleries and soak up Cabbagetown’s village-style atmosphere. Tick off the big attractions by popping into the glass crystal-encased Royal Ontario Museum for skeletons, artworks and meteorites before catching sunset at the CN Tower’s sky-high revolving restaurant.

What else can you do?

Take a tour

World-famous Niagara Falls is easy to reach from Toronto. We can arrange a day tour from the city to the Falls including a cruise across the thundering waters and a visit to Niagara-on-the-lake.

Where to stay in Toronto

Choose your hotel

In the beating heart of downtown, supersized Chelsea Hotel is a modern base that’s great for sightseers who want a swimming pool. Delta Hotel by Marriot, also close to the landmarks, comes with fantastic CN Tower views whilst The Anndore House in central Yorkville has a stylish vibe that attracts the cool crowd. If you’re looking for the height of luxury, Fairmont Royal York’s impeccable rooms and restaurants will have you captivated.


A city where Mother Nature is in overdrive

The adventures you’ll have in Vancouver are as magnificent as its scenery. Come for the humpback whales and sea lions. The rainforest and the waterfront. The beaches and the bars. The city’s neighbourhoods are everything from stylish to bohemian and Victorian to contemporary whilst Grouse Mountain is a snow globe in winter and home to grizzly bears in summer.

Granville Island

What to do in Vancouver

How you’ll spend your days

Granting yourself three nights in Vancouver allows you to tuck into the action on the ground, in the air and on the water. Explore primeval rainforest, cycle alongside the ocean, take a seaplane flight over the city or a floatplane trip to Victoria. Climb the North Shore mountains for a challenge or hit the beach in Kitsilano. Then there’s the city’s Instagram-worthy architecture, shiny shopping malls and stylish eateries, all washed down with a sample of BC’s famous ice wine.

Capilano Suspension Bridge

Where to stay in Vancouver

Choose your hotel

Georgian Court Hotel, a chic bolthole just ten minutes from hip Yaletown, comes with complimentary bike hire so you can make the most of your time in this cycle-friendly city. Prefer an indoor pool and spa? Just minutes from the Seawall, The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver has both. Or opt for a stylish riff on the nautical, staying at the Pan Pacific, a glass ocean-liner-style hotel complete with shops, an outdoor pool and North Shore mountains views.