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With several Canada specialists on the Lusso team, we’re excited to now offer bespoke luxury holidays to the world’s second largest country. And there’s a lot more to Canada than just maple syrup and Mounties.

A self-drive itinerary through the rearing Rocky Mountains from Jasper to Banff offers access to some of the most spectacular mountain scenery in the world, including the 30-square-mile Columbia Icefield and the jade-green waters of magical Lake Louise.

The scenery’s just as good aboard luxury train, the Rocky Mountaineer, whose two- and three-day, all-daylight journeys from Vancouver to either Banff or Jasper are widely regarded as some of the best – and most indulgent – rail journeys in the world.

On the unforgiving tundra of the Hudson Bay coast, guests can spot polar bears on their annual migration and may even catch a glimpse of the ethereal Northern Lights. In British Columbia, remote luxury lodges offer rare opportunities to watch grizzly and spirit bears catching salmon in the wild.

You can kayak with killer whales off Vancouver Island and spot humpbacks, belugas and even blue whales in the salty waters of Quebec’s Saguenay Fjord. In Ontario, Niagara Falls plunges 20 storeys as if into oblivion. While in the maritime province of Newfoundland, folk stock their freezers with fragments of passing icebergs.

It’s not all about wildlife and wilderness though. In musical Montréal, Parisian flare mixes with the bustle of a cutting-edge city. Built by the French in the 17th century, Québec City is the only walled city in North America and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In Toronto, there are breathtaking views from the top of the CN Tower. While Vancouver enjoys one of North America’s most exciting and cosmopolitan restaurant scenes.

A full Canada section of our website is coming soon.
In the meantime, for all Canada enquiries, please contact our specialists on 01625 591 111 or email