There’s no place like home
So many times, we think of travelling as going to another country, forgetting what is in our own backyard. There are so many ways to Explore Canada – a road trip, mini cruise or river tour, hop on a train or ride a bus. Play your way.
Explore these ideas and read what they have to say about themselves. Then contact us and we can help you plan your entire trip!
Great Canadian Holidays
The tour division offers a broad array of multi-day tours geared towards a wide range of travellers. Our Worry-Free Getaways include:
Multi-Day Getaways – You’ll love our high quality tour experiences and our wide range of destinations. They’re fun, economical, worry-free and innovative. Avoid the hassle of navigating busy streets or reserving unknown hotels…leave all those details to us, and enjoy a truly worry-free vacation. There’s no better way to meet people and we love hearing first time travellers rave about the experience. Our drivers and tour directors ar the best in the industry. These dedicated professionals are committed to making your tour with Great Canadian everything you had hoped for and more! So come along and make your travel dreams a reality.
One Day Getaways-Looking for a shorter holiday? Come along for just a day away, with a vast array of getaways available, there’s something for everyone!Click the One Day Getaways button in the blue navigation bar above, or visit the links below to see full listings of our available getaways.
Fabric of Canada Tours– Certain tours we offer feature a “Fabric of Canada” designation. On these special tours, we organize a number of events with the locals in different parts of our country to share stories, learn more about each other and perhaps enjoy a meal together. We think it’s important and fun to meet our fellow Canadians in their home setting.
Hanover Holidays offers Day Trips for who people who want to explore but not too far. For those that want to go further they offer Canadian Tours including the Maritimes Explorer, Northwest Territories, Newfoundland Highlights, Chateau Montebello Christmas, Ontario and Quebec, Canadian Prairies, Yukon and Alaska Discovery, Alaska Land and Sea, Maritimes Discovery, Newfoundland Viking Trail, Niagara on the Lake Christmas, Rocky Mountaineer Rail Experience and the Calgary Stampede, Christmas Time in Quebec City and the Gatineau Fall Colour Tour.
Experts in Atlantic Canada Vacation Planning. Our talented team of travel professionals are experts in what to see and do in Atlantic Canada, and know the best way to get there. Atlantic Canada consists of the three Maritime provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island as well as Newfoundland and Labrador. Our self-drive and escorted itineraries let clients immerse themselves in the culture and heritage of each place, while also experiencing the breathtaking scenery and coastal views of each province. We believe our expertise gives our clients unique, compelling travel experiences that they cannot get anywhere else. Based in Newfoundland and Labrador, Maxxim Vacations has earned a solid reputation as a leader in the tourism industry within Canada – we are the experts in Atlantic Canada Vacation Planning.
Truly Moving Train Journeys The majesty of the Canadian Rockies meets the comfort of luxury train travel. Rocky Mountaineer offers over 65 unique Canadian vacation packages and three rail routes through British Columbia and Alberta. Our world-renowned, luxury train travels by daylight through the wild beauty of Canada’s West and is the best way to experience the majestic Canadian Rockies.
Welcome aboard. Connecting people from city to city and coast to coast, we continuously strive to offer a unique and memorable travel experience. VIA Rail is a smarter way to move. It’s green, efficient, and fun.
Reimagining the Canadian journey. We’ve been working hard on modernizing our services and infrastructure. We want to offer our travellers a safe, more reliable and enjoyable experience while helping to protect the environment and boost the Canadian economy. We’re setting the groundwork for the future of sustainable travel in Canada.