As the second-largest country in the world, Canada has so much to offer visitors, ranging from breathtaking natural wonders to charming, history-rich cities to unique local cultures and adventures in the great outdoors. Whether you want to encounter beautiful wildlife, tour one of Canada’s bustling cities, or see the winter auroras for the experience of a lifetime, Sarracini Travel has hand-picked the best of the best, offering you unique, premium experiences that you will always remember. Choose these tours for an authentic, distinct experience in one of the world’s largest, most diverse countries.
The Canadian Rocky Mountains represent some of the most pristine natural habitats in North America. This trip showcases how these natural wonders can be explored in a luxury fashion while maintaining authenticity.
There’s nothing quite like winter-time in Quebec. On this exhilarating itinerary, you will experience the very best that this magical province has to offer, from sampling local delicacies in Montreal to racing down Mont-Tremblant’s pristine, powdery slopes.
The capital city of Canada’s Nova Scotia province, Halifax is growing in popularity as a holiday destination. On this luxury weekend getaway, experience the charm and magic of the city itself, learning about its history and deep military roots, as well as its surrounding areas. Delight in a private sunset sail, sipping it’s best wines and discover the lighthouses, fishing villages and boats that make the area so picturesque.
Welcome to the most northerly fly-in lodge on earth! Set on the isolated shores of Nunavut’s Somerset Island, hundreds of miles away from the nearest paved road, Arctic Watch sets a high standard for guest accommodation and comfort. With this unique locale as your base of exploration, embark on wildlife safaris by an all-terrain vehicle, paddleboard and seaplane, admire breathtaking, plunging waterfalls and challenge yourself with polar plunge if you dare!
Canada’s Eastern cities are sometimes overlooked in favour of Vancouver, Victoria and Banff. We love them for their mix of activities – adventure and culture. We created this 8-night trip to make the most of Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec City, mixing canoeing, cruising, food tours and history, to give you a real sense of the distinct character of each.
The really great outdoors. This trip starts in Vancouver and finishes in Victoria, with stops in Whistler and Sonora in between, and has all of the activities that an action-loving family could possibly want, as well as great food, great hotels and high tea!
With fewer than 50,000 people living in these harsh, snowy lands, Canada’s Northwest Territories nevertheless promise immense natural beauty for adventurous travellers looking to explore the Arctic Circle. A landscape dominated by expansive boreal forests and desolate tundra, the Northwest Territories also lay claim to a rich aboriginal cultural heritage and the distinction of being one of the very best locations in the world to observe the ephemeral northern lights.
Cape Breton’s most famed resident, Alexander Graham Bell, once said “I have travelled around the globe. I have seen the Canadian and American Rockies, the Andes, the Alps and the Highlands of Scotland, but for simple beauty, Cape Breton outrivals them all.” On this itinerary, you will explore Nova Scotia’s wild northern lands on a golfing survey of Cape Breton Island. Admire vast, untouched natural landscapes, absorbing the local Celtic-infused culture, and playing old world style, linksland golf in its purest form.
Together, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island– Canada’s three smallest provinces– make up a region informally known as “The Maritimes.” On this exciting self-drive itinerary, discover how the spirit of the ocean has shaped all aspects of life in these easternmost regions of Canada. From the incredible red sandstone cliffs of Cavendish beach to the picture-perfect lighthouse of Peggy Cove, Canada’s Maritime provinces hold a distinct appeal for travellers from around the globe.
A little Canadian, a little European, but entirely Quebecois; this area is rich in culture, history and beautiful cities, towns and countryside. It’s the perfect place to take a car and explore a unique area of North America.
One of the all-time bucket list trips. Witness the spectacular aurora borealis, swim with pods of Beluga whales, from the air look over herds of caribou as they cross the tundra, and of course have the privilege of seeing one of nature’s most iconic species, the polar bear.
An adventure destination for the intrepid and curious, Newfoundland promises unique experiences in nature as well as a warm, welcoming culture inextricably linked to the ocean and its natural bounties. The earliest European settlements in North America were remote, outport fishing communities along the Newfoundland coast, and it was in these same unforgiving, icy waters that the Titanic struck an iceberg and sank over a century ago. Yet, visiting Newfoundland doesn’t have to be an exercise in “roughing it,” as recent years have seen the development of a burgeoning luxury travel sector that beckons to those visitors seeking a truly unique escape off the beaten path.