Canada is, quite frankly, one of the most spectacular places on the North American continent. From the towering mountains to the glittering lakes, the snow-covered Rockies and the endless rainforests and remote beaches, it truly has everything – and it has it all with snow.
Go on a self-drive safari across the Canadian outback, spotting polar bears, grizzly bears, whales, moose, and bald eagles. Park up for the day and have a go at snowboarding down the Whistler mountains, or surf the Nova Scotia waters, and kayak along the South Nahanni River.
With a self-drive safari, you’re completely in control of where you go, what you eat, and what you do – perfect when planning a trip with a bunch of teenagers that all want different things. This means that you get to soak up the culture in Vancouver, or explore the aboriginal villages on Haida Gwaii, and even try poutine – a true Canadian delicacy consisting of golden fries topped with gravy and cheese curds.