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Canada is the second largest country on earth as well as the home to some truly awe-inspiring sights. From Coast to Coast, it’s a land of diversity in terms of landscapes, cultures, and histories. As such, students are treated to many educational and recreational opportunities while on tour in any of Canada's wonderful destinations.

EWT is excited to announce that new sample itineraries will be available on our website shortly! While they provide insightful inspiration, every EWT tour remains completely customized so that your students get the most of their hands-on learning experience in the field of your choice.

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  The Sunshine Coast of British Columbia


After all that is going on, you and your students deserve more than ever a break from your routine. Why not introduce them to an integral part of BC’s identity and history, all while treating yourselves to an area of spectacular beauty?

Located in the surroundings of Vancouver, the beautiful Sunshine Coast is the ideal destination for exploring local culture and recharging your batteries in a peaceful natural environment. Visit insightful museums such as the Tem Swiya Museum in Sechelt or Powell River Historic Townsite; revitalize by taking outdoor walks in the forest or by the sea; or enjoy a tasty lunch together at Molly’s Reach in Gibsons, a laid-back restaurant named after the made-in-BC Beachcombers series.

If you are travelling from outside Vancouver, be sure to combine the Sunshine Coast with this majestic city, renowned for its beauty and ethnic diversity.


  Vancouver and Yukon Aurora


Are you ready to take on an adventure? Canada also provides hands-on recreational activities in winter. If that is what you are into, you came to the right place!

Pack warm belongings and treat your students to an Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) tour in Whitehorse, Yukon. Along with well-trained guides, discover this unique and spectacular natural phenomenon while learning all about how they take place. Besides this jaw-dropping show of Mother Nature, exploring Yukon is an experience in itself! You and your students will get the chance to witness how tranquil, authentic and pure this secluded part of Canada is.

As always, we will add sights and activities according to your field and interests. We recommend including a couple of days in gorgeous Vancouver to take part in educational and fun activities, such as a visit to the informative Museum of Anthropology, the Capilano Suspension Bridge and/or Fly Over Canada.


  The Maritimes


Have you ever considered introducing your students to three stunning provinces at once? Gathering New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, all located relatively close to one another, the Maritimes represent a unique opportunity for your group to explore a diverse array of landscapes, sights and activities all in one trip. Discover multiple historic sites as well as endearing towns; enjoy the outdoors and immerse yourself to the local way of life by savoring tasty local seafood!

In New Brunswick, discover Reversing Falls Rapids, Grand Pre National Historic Site, and Annapolis Royal in St John; Hopewell Rock and Garrison Night Market in Fredericton; and Magnetic Hill Zoo or Centennial Park in Moncton, the largest city in the province and nicknamed “the Hub City”.

In Nova Scotia, Halifax will know how to seduce you. Qualifying as a town rather than a city, it has nonetheless everything to please: world-class museums, charming heritage buildings, and gorgeous surrounding nature. Among the highlights are Pier 21 and the museum of Canadian Immigration; the educational Maritime Museum of the Atlantic; the waterfront, popular for its 300 hundred years old Historic Properties; and the Citadel National Historic Park overlooking Halifax, whose ramparts used to shelter the harbor in older times.

In Prince Edward Island, the charming capital Charlottetown offers a small-town vibe and low-key atmosphere. Possible activities there are varied: take a tour of the Province House National Historic Site; stroll along streets from the Victorian era or the fishing village of North Rustico; and take a breath of fresh air at Prince Edward Island National Park. In summer, the capital also hosts the annual Charlottetown Festival, a highlight putting on free concerts, art exhibitions, and theater productions.




Winnipeg, the largest urban center and the capital city of Manitoba, will surprise any traveler: you will first note its infinites skies – Winnipeg is nested at the heart of Canadian flat prairies; then its history, natural beauty and cultural life will certainly awe you. The original settlement dates several centuries ago, when natives used the confluence of Red and Assiniboine river as trade spot – today, this area is known as The Forks and it is a popular hub for shopping, restaurants, and entertainment.

The Assiniboine Zoo with its polar bears and artic specimen; the Winnipeg Art Gallery and the Inuit Art projects; and the Forth Whyte Alive experience all showcase the greatness of Winnipeg’s intrinsic relation with people and nature. Meanwhile, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights is not just an impressive architectural icon (it is on our $10 bill!) but a monument to celebrate the struggles, challenges and the reality of our universal civilization towards a more equal society.

Historic buildings, cultural activities, vibrant nature, and exquisite sceneries – Winnipeg is certainly one of the top educational destinations in our country!



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