Travel Blocks

Pick special things you’d like to do and start building a trip around those. We¬†offer exciting excursions and activities that you can include in your trip.¬†These are run by small Canadian outfits that we personally know and trust, each one a specialist in their field. What they offer is unique and will make a great addition to your trip.

Tundra Speaks

Come for a walk with Tundra to learn about wolves and First Nation people to become better stewards of our changing environment.

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Wilderness Getaway

Explore the stunning and rugged west coast of Vancouver Island while enjoying luxury accommodation and gourmet meals in a heritage vessel refitted to take you back to her heyday.

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Bear Watching

The west coast of BC and Alaska offers excellent opportunities for bear watching. But timing is everything – when protein-rich grasses emerge in spring and salmon migrate upstream in late summer, bears congregate in their favourite spots. And that’s where you need to be!

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Whale watching

From killer whales to humpbacks, there are numerous opportunities for excellent whale watching on both the Atlantic and Pacific Coast.

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Sea kayaking

A kayak is one of the best ways to explore the endless Canadian coast. For many, kayaking turns out to be the highlight of their trip!

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Canoeing

To explore Canada’s endless supply of lakes and rivers, nothing beats a canoe. No trip to Canada can be truly complete without getting a taste of the voyageurs’ trademark craft.

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Rafting

Exciting whitewater adventures await, from quiet float tours to adrenaline rushes:

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Backpacking

Canada’s wilderness is sometimes best enjoyed on foot. Nature Trek Canada has covered a lot of Canada this way, North and South. We have a very good idea of the hikes you could easily do on your own or those where you will be better off with an experienced guide.

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Nature walks

See the backcountry with a naturalist Look for wildlife, birds, learn about the world around you while enjoying an informative stroll through nature. Walks range from 3 to 6 hours and are offered on the West Coast, the East Coast, in the Rocky Mountains and in the Yukon.

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Biking

Don’t let the scale of the country fool you: biking can be a wonderful way to explore Canada.

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