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Canada group tours for solo travelers

Experience our group tours to Canada, designed for solo travelers looking to explore with like-minded adventurers

Why travel solo to Canada?

Looking for an invigorating breath of fresh air? Embrace the spirit of the Great Outdoors in Canada.

Stretching from the US border to the North Pole, Canada boasts a breathtaking scope of landscapes. Vancouver, located on the Pacific Coast, is one of the most liveable cities in the world, thanks to its mild year-round climate, cosmopolitan culture and access to outdoor adventure. Its coastlines are wild and remote, excellent for spotting blue and humpback whales; and its mountainscapes are verdant and home to abundant wildlife, perfect for an invigorating weekend of hiking.

Further east, the Rockies Mountains – a jagged spine along the frontier between Alberta and British Columbia – beckons adventurers with frost-hued lakes, untouched pine forests and rugged dirt tracks. Here, you’ll feel the primordial awe of nature from the peak of a glacier, scale waterfalls flowing from glacial melts, kayak down freshwater rivers and sink into the reviving warmth of wild hot springs – all of which you’ll experience on our 10-day adventure.

Travel to Canada, and you’ll experience first-hand nature’s revitalizing power.

Top places to visit in Canada


A multicultural ocean-fringed metropolis boasting cosmopolitan cuisine and a thriving arts scene. Follow the nature trails through Stanley Park to discover beaches, wildlife and a collection of colorful replica totem poles.


Famous for its world-class ski slopes, on Whistler and Blackcomb mountains, this vibrant alpine town is a year-round activity hub for everything from hiking and biking to ziplining and golf. Take a floatplane over the valley for breathtaking views.


Nestled between two lakes, picturesque Penticton is Canada’s craft beer capital, known for its beach culture and easygoing vibe. Spend a couple of laidback days touring the boutique vineyards of the Okanagan Valley and tubing down the Penticton Channel.

Banff National Park

A Unesco World Heritage site renowned for its Rocky Mountains landscape and diverse wildlife, Banff is home to iconic landmarks like Lake Louise and Moraine Lake. After a day of hiking, skiing, caving or canoeing, kick back in a steaming hot spring.

Trips to Canada

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15 Days in The Americas

Western Canada

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Canada Facts

What Are The National Languages?

English and French

What is the currency?

Canadian Dollar


Eastern Daylight Time (GMT -4)

Top Three Experiences

1. Whitewater rafting in Kumsheen
2. Hiking and caving in Banff
3. Wine tasting in the Okanagan Valley

Top five dishes to try

1. Poutine – French fries, cheese curds & gravy
2. Canadian Bacon
3. Split Pea Soup
4. Tourtiere – French-Canadian meat pie
5. Butter tarts

86 °f

Average temp in high season

What's The Weather Like?

Canada has an average summer temperature of 86ºF (30ºC) and an average winter temperature of 5ºF (-15ºC). The best time to visit Canada is during the Fall months between September and October as the weather is pleasant and there are less crowds.

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