Since all our Canada educational tours are tailor-made to suit each group's specific interests – eg. photography, music, archaeology, First Nation's history and culture, historic sites, etc – the Canada itineraries and destination information on this website can be considered sample tours to be used as inspiration to plan your group's personalized travel experience; you can change as little or as much as you might like on any itinerary that piques your interest, or we can work with you to create a brand new, unique Canada student tour from scratch.
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Alberta has many destinations that are well worth visiting; among the highlights are Edmonton, Drumheller, Banff, Calgary and Red Deer. While famous for West Edmonton Mall, Edmonton has much more to offer including many educational programs and activities. Among Edmonton's other highlights are the Royal Alberta Museum, Telus World of Science and IMAX, Fort Edmonton, the Muttart Conservatory, a tour of the Legislature (with Scavenger Hunt) or the University of Alberta campus. Calgary is the other city that many tours elect to visit. There they visit the Calgary Tower, Telus World of Science, Calgary Zoo, Heritage Park Calgary, Calgary Olympic Park and Glenbow Museum. Calgary Philharmonic, musicals and dinner theatres are great evening options, or you may wish to go and see the Calgary Flames play hockey! Why not combine a city tour with a natural element as Canada is famous for its natural beauty? Banff is a popular option to combine with a Calgary tour. Banff is the gateway to the Rockies and we can include some unique guided tours such as Johnston's Canyon or a Traditional Living Skills class. Well known sights include the Sulphur Mountain Gondola, Whyte Museum, and the Banff Hot Springs. You may wish to add a day trip to Lake Louise and/or the Athabasca Glacier, or a day's skiing.
Gathering New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island,
the Maritimes represent a unique opportunity for groups to explore a diverse array of sights,
activities and landscapes all in one trip. Explore multiple historic sites and towns
in one of the oldest parts of Canada, where early European settlers landed and Vikings
arrived in the 10th century, all while enjoying its sheer natural splendour.
The bilingual province of New Brunswick is a worthy cultural destination as well as an area of wild and breath-taking beauty. Discover St John, Fredericton and Moncton, all showcasing a wide range of museums but also cultural events and festivals by the coast.
From world-class museums to picturesque architecture and gorgeous surrounding nature, Halifax in Novia Scotia has everything to please. There, students will learn of early settlers, Canada’s World War II involvement and the fateful journey of the Titanic.
In Prince Edward Island, the charming capital Charlottetown offers a small-town vibe and low-key atmosphere. Possible sights there vary from the visit of National Historic Sites to endearing towns, and spectacular National Parks. In summer, the capital also hosts the annual Charlottetown Festival, a highlight putting on free concerts and theater productions.
A vast land of heritage and spectacular natural beauty, the province of British Columbia has so much to offer! From majestic mountains to sparkling ocean, rainforests and beautiful foliage all four seasons, it provides an ideal peaceful environment for you to teach your students while recharging your batteries. Discover Vancouver, a city generously gifted with breath-taking landscapes and a rich cultural diversity. Among the activities available are the Vancouver Aquarium, Capilano Suspension Bridge, Fly Over Canada and Grouse Mountain are just a few of the sightseeing options to choose from on your tour to Vancouver. Stops at Granville Island and Stanley Park are a must, and a sightseeing tour to include Robson Street, the Olympic Flame, historic Chinatown and Gastown provide extra educational value. Traveling north, drive to exquisite Whistler or sail the Howe Sound to the dazzling Sunshine Coast, an integral part of BC's identity and history. Further west, experience the province's capital Victoria and take a deep breath of fresh air in the wilder sides of Vancouver Island. Activities in this city include The Royal BC Museum, a tour of the Legislature Buildings, a Ghost Walk and Whale Watching. Other options can include the Butchart Gardens, Canada's oldest Chinatown and Craigdarroch Castle. For a distinctive experience, consider BC Interior's gems Kamloops and Prince George for their unique geography and climate. Combined together or separately, the above all make perfect destinations for those looking to combine educational experiences and outdoor adventures in a memorable trip.
Ontario is a large province that contains a big portion of the Canadian population. This province is immensely important to Canadian history and it is the location of the Canadian capital Ottawa. Upon visiting this important city, you can tour the Parliament Hill's Victorian architecture, Rideau Hall, Museum of Civilization, Canadian War Museum, Museum of Nature, Science Museum, Royal Canadian Mint and the National Gallery. Cruise or skate on the Rideau Canal, and the Ottawa River. Another destination within Ontario well worth visiting is Toronto which is known for sights such as CN Tower, Royal Ontario Museum, Casa Loma, Toronto Science Centre, Eaton's Centre, the Hockey Hall of Fame, Nathan Philips Square, Broadway Musicals and Plays. While visiting both these cities there are a lot of opportunities to include special events such as going to a Blue Jays game, going to the symphony or visiting Canada's Wonderland. In addition to these cities when in Ontario you can visit the Niagara Falls plus the historical and picturesque Niagara-on-the-Lake.
The flat heart of Canada is a true hidden gem – its infinite skies, immemorial native stories, intriguing cultural attractions, and mesmerizing natural wonders offer a wide range of educational opportunities and fun experiences.
Winnipeg, the capital of Manitoba, is a thriving city where the iconic Human Rights museum is one of the top attractions in Canada (as also pictured in the new $10 bill); the city offers distinctive natural and historic sites and it is the house of the Royal Mint.
The neighboring province of Saskatchewan doesn’t fall behind in number or quality of its attractions: offering the same natural and historical features of Manitoba. The province capital of Regina and the cities of Saskatoon and Moose Jaw are magnets for those interested in Canada’s first nations heritage, Canadian territorial expansion, and the beauty of prairies’ fauna and flora.
Quebec is a province that is of great importance to the Canadian identity as it is predominantly French-speaking. There are two primary cities in Quebec that vary greatly and are of interest to visitors. The first city is Montreal which is a diverse and cultural place. Among the sites to visit is Old Montreal and the Notre Dame Basilica, the Biodome, the Montreal Tower at Olympic Park, Mont Royal Park and St. Joseph's Oratory, and Schulich School of Music at McGill University for a clinic and/or tour. The other city is the oldest city in North America and a UNESCO World Heritage Site; Quebec City is picturesque and historic! Experience a walking tour of Old Quebec, the Maple Syrup Museum, the Citadel, Martel Towers, the Plains of Abraham, the Copper Museum, Sainte Anne de Beaupre Basilica, visit a Cabane a Sucre or the Huron Village, cruise on the St. Lawrence and see Montmorency Falls. While visiting Quebec, students will experience the unique culture and history of the province and will be able to enjoy activities that are quintessentially Quebecois.
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