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16 days from £4,699 per person
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Unlocking a hidden world of unparalleled beauty, as you carve through the Canadian Rockies on board the famous Rocky Mountaineer.


Montréal. Québec City. Ottawa. Toronto. Vancouver. This 16-day tour boasts a stellar line-up of big-name cities - plus natural highlights like Niagara Falls and the Canadian Rockies (which you’ll travel through aboard the luxurious Rocky Mountaineer train). Perfect for first-timers, you’re sure to tick off some wishlist-worthy highlights as you travel the breadth of the Great White North, enjoying the fantastic wildlife, awe-inspiring landscapes and world-famous hospitality along the way.

Your holiday includes:

6 excursions and visits

  • Guided tours of Montréal, Quebec City, Ottawa & Vancouver
  • Full-day excursion to Niagara Falls
  • Tour of Banff surrounds and Lake Louise


  • 14 nights in hotels and 1 in flight (accommodation as specified or similar)
  • International flights. Prices are based on return flights with Air Canada from London Heathrow. Supplements may apply from other airports
  • Rocky Mountaineer SilverLeaf Service (2 days)
  • 5 meals: 3 breakfasts (days 10-12) 2 lunches (days 11-12)


  • Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service
  • Titan tour manager
  • Travel in destination by coach
  • Porterage


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    UK - Montréal

    Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service collects you from home for your journey to the airport and flight to Montréal. On arrival we transfer to our hotel for two nights, the Best Western Ville-Marie (3.5-star).

    Best Western Ville-Marie, Montréal (3.5-star)

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    This morning we will enjoy a guided tour of Montréal, a charming and historic city at the confluence of the St Lawrence and Ottawa rivers, discovering its French heritage and taking in highlights such as Notre-Dame Basilica and the Old Town. You are free to explore at your own pace for the rest of the day.

    Best Western Ville-Marie, Montréal (3.5-star)

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    Montréal - Québec City

    Today we travel north-east to Québec City, one of the oldest European cities in North America, founded in 1608. We discover the historic centre - a UNESCO World Heritage Site - on a guided tour this morning, before checking in to the Clarendon Hotel Québec City (4-star), where we will be staying for two nights. The rest of the day is free to make your own discoveries, perhaps browsing the boutiques of the old walled city and sampling the fine French cuisine in the local bistros. Alternatively, join us on an optional scenic cruise along the St Lawrence River.

    Clarendon Hotel Québec City (4-star)

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    Québec City

    A free day to relax or explore the city at leisure, or, if you prefer, optional excursions will be available.

    Clarendon Hotel Québec City (4-star)

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    Québec City - Ottawa

    We continue our journey to Ottawa, Canada’s capital, today. After an introductory tour of the city we transfer to our hotel, the centrally-located Lord Elgin (4-star), and the rest of the day is free. Ottawa is a fine city for walking and the stately Parliament, the National Gallery of Canada and the UNESCO-listed Rideau Canal are just some of the attractions waiting to be discovered.

    Lord Elgin, Ottawa (4-star)

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    Today you are free to explore Ottawa by yourself. Founded in 1826 under the name Bytown, the capital city occupies a picturesque location on the banks of the Ottawa River and is home to a wide variety of museums, galleries and other cultural attractions as well as many green spaces to enjoy a stroll such as Major’s Hill Park, which offers wonderful views over the Rideau Canal.

    Lord Elgin, Ottawa (4-star)

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    Ottawa - Toronto

    Following the shore of Lake Ontario, we travel to Toronto, Canada’s biggest city, checking in to the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel (4-star) for a two-night stay. There will be an optional visit to the 553-metre high CN Tower, which was the tallest tower in the world when it was completed in 1976. There are superb views over the city from the observation deck, which has a partly-glazed floor for a straight-down look at Toronto. For those who prefer to keep their feet on terra firma, there are plenty of other attractions here, such as the fascinating Royal Ontario Museum, whose vast collections include everything from ancient Egyptian and Roman antiquities to dinosaur skeletons, meteorites, Native Canadian art and historic costumes.

    Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel (4-star)

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    Niagara Falls

    Toronto is perfectly located for a full-day excursion to experience one of the great natural wonders of the world: Niagara Falls. View their awe-inspiring power from the promenade or, if you want to get even closer, you can choose to take an optional boat trip to the base of the Falls or a helicopter ride for a panoramic view of this magnificent force of nature.

    Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel (4-star)

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    Toronto - Calgary - Banff

    We head to Toronto Airport today for an internal Air Canada flight to Calgary, in Alberta. Upon arrival we transfer to the charming resort town of Banff, in the Rocky Mountains, and our hotel for the next two nights, the Caribou Lodge (3.5-star) or Ptarmigan Inn (3.5-star).

    Banff Caribou Lodge (3.5-star) or Ptarmigan Inn (3.5-star)

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    Banff - Lake Louise - Banff

    Our included tour today takes in the surrounds of Banff and the famous emerald-green Lake Louise, a stunning glacial lake surrounded by snow-capped mountains. The gardens of the Fairmont Chateau Hotel present an ideal vantage point for viewing the lake and the Victoria Glacier or you may choose to take a gondola to the mountaintop for one of the best views of Banff National Park.

    Banff Caribou Lodge (3.5-star) or Ptarmigan Inn (3.5-star)

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    Rocky Mountaineer (Banff - Kamloops)

    This morning we transfer to Banff railway station to board the legendary Rocky Mountaineer, surely the most comfortable and romantic way to enjoy the breathtaking majesty of the Canadian Rockies. The exhilarating two-day route between Banff and Vancouver, via Kamloops, takes us through lush valleys, along the shores of sparkling lakes and over dramatic mountain passes. The unforgettable highlights of the section between Banff and Kamloops include the Continental Divide, Kicking Horse Canyon and Rogers Pass. We stay in Kamloops this evening (arranged by Rocky Mountaineer).

    Hotel in Kamloops

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    Rocky Mountaineer (Kamloops - Vancouver)

    We continue on our rail journey through British Columbia today, travelling through winding river canyons and forests surrounded by the peaks of the Coast and Cascade mountain ranges and the Fraser River Valley to Vancouver. Upon arrival at Vancouver railway station, we transfer to the Pinnacle Vancouver Harbourfront (4-star), where we will be staying for our last three nights in Canada.

    Pinnacle Vancouver Harbourfront (4-star)

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    We enjoy a guided tour of Vancouver this morning, taking in some of the main sights and landmarks of this attractive maritime city including Stanley Park, Chinatown and the historic Gastown district. The rest of the day is free or you may choose to join our optional excursion to Capilano Suspension Bridge including afternoon tea.

    Pinnacle Vancouver Harbourfront (4-star)

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    A full day to explore Vancouver at leisure, or you could take our optional trip to Vancouver Island by ferry to visit Victoria, the capital of British Columbia, and Butchart Gardens, a collection of spectacular themed gardens filled with numerous varieties of colourful flowering plants and trees.

    Pinnacle Vancouver Harbourfront (4-star)

  • Day 15 Vancouver - In flight

    Transfer to Vancouver Airport for an overnight flight back to the UK.

    In flight

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    Day 16 UK

    Upon arrival, a Titan vehicle will be waiting for the journey home.

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Upgrade to Goldleaf

Travel in a custom-designed, bi-level, glass-domed GoldLeaf Service coach that places you right in the middle of the awe-inspiring scenery of the Canadian Rockies. Take in the dazzling vistas upstairs and enjoy delicious meals downstairs. From the attentive service provided by the Rocky Mountaineer Hosts to the gourmet meals prepared by award-winning chefs - GoldLeaf Service is quite simply as good as it gets. 

A GoldLeaf Service journey will enjoy:
  • Fully domed windows that give you unparalleled 360 degree views from your seat in the upper-level of our custom designed bi-level dome coach with an exclusive outdoor vestibule in the lower level of your dome coach.
  • Hot gourmet breakfasts and lunches from an á la carte menu, served in the lower-level dining room of your dome coach, with tempting snacks throughout the journey.
  • Complimentary beverages, including wine, beer, spirits, and non-alcoholic drinks.
  • Captivating storytelling told by our engaging hosts
  • Each GoldLeaf Service coach has a full culinary team and three or four Onboard Hosts.
  • Overnight hotel accommodation in Kamloops or Whistler and Quesnel

Prices start from £499 per person.  To upgrade or for more information please call 0808 239 8793

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16 days from £4,699 per person

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