Travel to Canada

Canada is a country roamed by wandering wildlife and adorned by jaw-dropping landscapes and pristine lakes. No one leaves Canada unmoved, its sheer vastness, staggering natural beauty and wealth of outdoor activities are simply unforgettable.

Key facts

  • Currency: Canadian Dollar (CAD)
  • Population: 37.2 million
  • National dish: Poutine
  • Bottle of beer: 7 CAD
  • Official language: English, French
  • Hello: Hello / Bonjour
  • Capital city: Ottawa
  • Minimum wage: 11 CAD/hour
  • Annual temperatures: -14°C - 28°C

Our trips to Canada


Culture

Canada is officially bilingual in English and French. You’ll find most French Canadians predominantly in the east of the country, whereas English Canadians mainly reside in the central and western parts. Canadians are accepting and welcoming of other cultures, and they highly value the traits of fairness and equality. Canadians are considered laidback and casual and are fiercely proud of their country.


Best time to visit

Canada is one of those rare nations that is beautiful year-round. Visit between the winter months of December to February to experience the magic of a white Christmas and plenty of perfect skiing snow. The snow begins to melt in spring (March - May), which means nature awakens from its long slumber and the hiking trails open again. While Canada is known for its snow, June - August (summer) is one of the prettiest times to visit. The lakes gleam bright blue, the sun is shining and the festivals sell out.


Best places to visit

Vancouver

Vancouver is a vibrant coastal city that happily boasts that it has it all. And it truly does. From beaches and parks, to mountains and a vibrant city life – not to mention Whistler being just an hour away - you won’t be short of options in this place. There’s always something different to discover when you explore its mini districts and trendy neighbourhoods.

Vancouver is a vibrant coastal city that happily boasts that it has it all. And it truly does. From beaches and parks, to mountains and a vibrant city life – not to mention Whistler being just an hour away - you won’t be short of options in this place. There’s always something different to discover when you explore its mini districts and trendy neighbourhoods.