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Titan forges an eastern trail

TITAN’S 2015 USA and Canada brochure features a 15-day Great Cities of Eastern Canada with Nova Scotia tour. With departures from June to


PRESTIGE Holidays' 2015 Canada brochure is its largest to date. New for the operator are Whistler and Aurora Borealis winter experiences, land and sea trips to Alaska and the Yukon, an

independent rail and river cruise of Eastern

Saga’s animal magic COX & KINGS' new

Canada and escorted coach tours in Atlantic Canada and across Canada. Prices lead in at £262pp for a three-night city break in Toronto, including accommodation at the Courtyard by Marriott Hotel, a two-hour sightseeing tour of the city and a full-day sightseeing tour of Niagara Falls with lunch and a Voyage to the

Falls boat ride.

Canada offering features group trips, rail journeys, cruises, self-drives and tailor-made trips. From £995pp for an 11-day

drive (not flights).

SAGA’S new In Search of Canada’s Big Five escorted tour sees clients on the photo hunt for polar bears, moose, bison, black bears and whales. The 11-night small tour starts in Toronto and travels to Arctic Churchill, exploring the forest by dog-

Vancouver to Calgary self-

cart, looking for polar bears on the tundra by buggy and viewing beluga whales by boat. An expert guide leads safaris in Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba, and safaris for moose, black bear and bison. Priced from £5399, the tour departs Heathrow on July 7 and August 15, 2015.

Two for one in Québec

CANADIAN Affair has a twin-centre Québec

break featuring both Montréal and Québec City. The two cities, situated less than three hours apart, are offered from £669pp. The package includes three

nights each in both cities and return economy class flights from Gatwick to Montréal. The deal is based on travel

from May 5-11 2015.

Yukon the Complete Canadian experience...

COMPLETE North America has a 14-day self-drive 'Yes! Yukon' tour, priced from £3099pp. Highlights include

Whitehorse, where a local guide will point out important areas during the Klondike Gold Rush; the historic towns of Elsa and Keno; visiting a gold mine in Dawson City; Kluane National Park and the Reserve of Canada to watch for moose, grizzly bears and Dall sheep;


Haines and Skagway (Alaska); and Haines Highway. Bordering Kluane National

Park and Tatshenshini-Alsek Provincial Park in British Columbia, this route travels over coastal mountains via the 3,200ft Chilkat Pass before dropping down to the Alaskan coast. Haines boasts the highest concentrations of bald

eagles in North America.

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WHAT: Yes! Yukon is a 14-day self-drive that also takes in Alaska

SPOT: Grizzly bears, moose, bald eagles and Dall sheep

VISIT: Whitehorse, Dawson City, Kluane National Park...

PRICE: The lead-in price is £3,099pp. including flights.

September, the coach tour will begin at Niagara Falls before heading to the capital, Ottawa, Montréal and Québec City. This journey will then continue towards the Atlantic coast and Nova Scotia, including a day on the scenic Cabot Trail, before concluding in Halifax. Prices for the tour start from £1,999pp, including flights, 13 nights in hotels, nine excursions and visits and Titan's VIP Home

Departure Service.


Mountaineer enhances Silver

ROCKY Mountaineer has enhanced its SilverLeaf Service for 2015, offering more fresh, local and gourmet options. The menu, designed by Rocky Mountaineer’s Michelin-Star executive chefs, draws inspiration from the bounty of Western Canada, with ingredients like Pacific salmon and Alberta beef. The new SilverLeaf culinary

programme includes seat-side service, more choice of complimentary beverages and customised serving sizes. SilverLeaf Service is available on

four routes: First Passage to the West, Journey Through the Clouds, Coastal Passage and, new for 2015, Rainforest to Gold Rush.

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