Private Tours & Luxury Holiday In Canada

Canada is a vast and rugged land of evergreen woods, rolling plains, and shimmering lakes. Despite being the world’s second-largest country, it barely accounts for 0.5% of the global population. Canada, which covers more than half of the Northern Hemisphere and extends to the Arctic, is home to breathtaking scenery, wild places, incredible animals, and quaint urban cities. With so much to see and so much to learn, having a well-planned itinerary is essential.

In the northern part of Canada, you will have the opportunity to experience many once-in-a-lifetime events, such as watching the Northern Lights dance and travelling through Yellowknife National Park. The North is also home to some of the most incredible species, including wolves, caribou, and the Canada lynx, in addition to polar bears and beluga whales.

The neighbouring Rockies are one of the most striking mountain ranges in the world, and in British Columbia, you may come face to face with grizzly bears fishing for salmon, orcas, and humpback whales. Imagine taking a luxurious train ride through the Rockies and taking in all these sights. How amazing would that be? Besides the scenery and animals, you can also explore the attractive urban centres of Vancouver, Victoria, and Quebec.

Tailor-Made Tours To Canada

Understanding Your Needs

Identifying your interests is crucial for trip customization. We initiate the process with a video call, during which we share insights about the destination and experiences offered, helping you gain clarity on your preferences.


With an understanding of your needs, our Travel Specialist crafts a personalized itinerary tailored to your preference, encompassing a range of handpicked experiences, activities, accommodations and private guide.

Pre-Trip Briefing

Before departure, we’ll meet to give a final overview and share essential contact information and preparations needed for your journey, ensuring you’re well-equipped for a remarkable travel experience.

Highlights Of Canada

The following are some places of interest in Canada we’ve picked for you. These places allow you to experience the best that Canada has to offer, including its unique wildlife, history, culture, and scenery! We are happy to provide a custom travel itinerary that include activities or places that aren’t included here to ensure you come home with the best memories from your vacation in Canada.

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Okanagan Valley

The Okanagan Valley, often known as the Okanagan Valley, is a lush, sunny valley filled with lakes, protected grasslands, rolling mountains, and orchards. The area is known for its picturesque villages and luscious vineyards, surrounded by gentle hills and linked by crystal-clear lakes, rivers and waterfalls.

At the centre of the region are the 120-kilometre-long Okanagan Lake and the City of Kelowna on the lake’s eastern bank. The lush greenery of the countryside and woodland surrounding the lake in the summer provides a beautiful contrast to the clear blue of its waters, but if you come in the fall, you’ll be treated to a show of colour that’s unrivalled.

Many water-based activities are available in the Okanagan, as the lake is the region’s most distinctive feature. Even better, you can go wakeboarding, power boating, or kayaking across the water, stopping at one of the many charming look-out points along the way.

The Canadian Rockies

The mountainous region known as the Canadian Rockies can be found extending across the territories of British Columbia and Alberta. It is a place of snowy peaks like the towering Mt. Robson, as well as alpine lakes, a wide variety of fauna, and opportunities for outdoor recreation. Here, you can visit Takakkaw Falls, situated in Yoho National Park, one of the world’s tallest waterfall systems. Other national parks worth visiting include Jasper, which is home to the famously accessible Athabasca Glacier, and Banff, which is home to the glacier-fed Lake Louise.

The Rockies are a fantastic destination for multi-sport enthusiasts since they offer excellent opportunities for self-driving, trekking, wildlife-focused tours, and winter sports. The location is incredibly breathtakingly stunning. Therefore, it is no surprise that this is a bucket list destination that every visitor wishes to see at least once in their lifetime.

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Stanley Park & Vancouver

Vancouver’s Stanley Park is one of the reasons the city is universally regarded as among the best in Canada. This 400-hectare paradise is regarded as one of the best examples of an urban park anywhere in the world. It is known for its idyllic beaches, miles of well-maintained paved and dirt trails, and a variety of kid-friendly places that cannot be missed. Incredibly large and lush, this park sits on the city’s outskirts and provides residents and visitors with a tranquil place to reconnect with nature.

The park is home to centuries-old cedars as well as enormous Douglas fir trees. Also, the Seawall is a popular destination because of the miles of scenic paved paths that run beside the water and are perfect for jogging, strolling, and riding bikes. These trails also run through the forest. Anyone looking to dodge the hustle and bustle of city life will find the Seawall a welcome haven.

Whistler & Blackcomb Mountain

Whistler is the epicentre of Canada’s largest winter sports region, situated at the base of the Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. Hosting the downhill skiing competitions at the 2010 Winter Olympics brought much attention to this world-class ski resort.

Whistler is a year-round vacation spot with hiking trails, mountain biking routes, golfing, and stunning landscapes to discover in the summer, despite being mainly recognised for skiing and snowboarding in Canada. This charming town is worth a visit even if you don’t ski or plan on doing much of anything physical. This chic and sophisticated mountain resort town has numerous five-star hotels, exclusive boutiques, and award-winning restaurants.

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Niagara Falls

The volume of water cascading over Niagara Falls is what makes it so spectacular. There are three distinct waterfalls at Niagara Falls: The Bridal Veil Falls, the American Falls, and Horseshoe Falls being the largest of the three. And these three falls combine to provide the world’s highest water flow rate of any waterfall, as most of the world’s tallest falls don’t have much water going over them. Amazing in its grandeur because of both its height and its volume, Niagara Falls is a sight to see. It’s a breathtaking view that everyone ought to take in at least once.

The Horseshoe Falls, the largest component of the cascades, are visible from the western bank of the Niagara River. Elevators transport tourists to a lower, wetter observation point behind the falls. Alternatively, a stroll down the promenade at Cliffside Park, which is adjacent to the 520-foot-tall Skylon Tower, offers glimpse of the falls that are just as spectacular.


Yellowknife is the capital of Canada’s Northwest Territories. It’s on the northern side of Great Slave Lake, where, in the winter, you might catch a glimpse of the aurora borealis. The wildest little city on earth is home to mansions next to log cabins and teepees, and its inhabitants are some of the friendliest and most charming people you’ll ever meet.

Apart from the spectacular Northern Lights, visitors to Yellowknife can learn about the city’s human and environmental history at the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, located on the shores of Frame Lake near the downtown. Moreover, got off the beaten path as you cross over the Yellowknife River, on to the nature path known as the Ingraham Trail leads to lakes and trails in the east.

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FAQs for Canada Tours

The best time to visit Canada is during the summer months, when sunny days and pleasant temperatures are the norm. Despite Canada’s size, weather patterns are largely the same across the country, with defined seasons similar to those in Europe. Coastal regions are usually more temperate than prairie provinces, and mountain ranges attract higher rainfall and snow in some areas than others.

Springtime, which starts in late April through to early June, can also be a delightful time of year to visit. Gradual snow melt reveals forests and wildflowers, while Canadian wildlife re-emerges from the long winter hibernation.

September is considered the peak of the salmon run, attracting large numbers of bears. It also marks the start of autumn, with spectacular fall foliage lasting into October.

For a comprehensive first visit, we suggest dedicating at least 12 days to Canada, extending up to two weeks if your schedule allows.

Canada is too big to complete in 1 visit. Its vastness offers a multitude of sights, making it a country worth revisiting. You could explore the majestic Canadian Rockies in the West, the wild Yukon territory, or the culturally rich cities like Ottawa, Toronto, and Montreal in the East.

Unsure of where to begin? Engage with a travel specialist to customise your tour package based on your preferences, ensuring a perfect start to discovering Canada.

In addition to private tours, we also craft customized self-drive itineraries, or a combination of self-drive and guided tours, tailored to your interests and confidence in driving abroad. Our travel specialists can guide you through selecting the best tour options suited to your preferences.

Singapore passport holders do not need a visa, but an Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) is required. Our travel specialist will provide you with the latest updates and guide you through the necessary steps to ensure you’re fully prepared before your trip.

Navigating Canada’s cities and popular tourist spots at night is generally considered safe. However, it’s prudent for our clients to stick to well-lit areas. We advise against wandering through dark parking lots, alleys, lanes, trails, or any poorly lit locations. Opting for a brighter, more populated path to your destination, even if it’s a longer route, ensures greater safety.

Unique Things To See & Do In Canada

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