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Exploring Canada...


By Bernice McCarthy Travel Consultant/Marketing Co-ordinator


French-speaking Montreal, Vancouver, the Rockies on the pacific coast and Ottawa the capital. Along with its wilderness, taking a holiday in Canada has something to offer everyone. Our Top Sellers are, but are not limited to:


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Toronto, Vancouver, The Rockies and The Rocky Mountaineer.


VANCOUVER Located between the sea and mountains, the cosmopolitan city offers cultural attractions, art galleries, museums, excellent shopping, fine restaurants and a host of outdoor activ- ities. Just a short distance away from Vancouver is Whistler, the perfect spot for trying your hand at skiing and snowboarding. You can also book many attractions through Strand Travel such as Whale watching cruises, walk across the Cap- ilano suspension bridge into the rain forest, take a panorama seaplane tour of Vancouver and much more. It is easy to see why Vancou- ver is one of the world’s most popular cities.


TORONTO Toronto is the largest and one of the most vibrant cities in Canada, located on the shores of Lake Ontario. It offers a great array of attractions to visitors, from its fine dining, gardens, museums, parks, theatre scene and is also a great city for shopping. Nearby Niagara Falls and Niagara Region


is one of Canada’s most acclaimed grape growing and wine making districts. Discover the vineyards along the wine route of Ontario through its countryside or simply just experi- ence the world famous and beautiful Niagara Falls. While in Toronto a trip to Eaton centre and


CN tower is a must and you can book it all through us here at Strand Travel.


THE ROCKIES & ROCKY MOUNTAINEER Do you have limited holiday time but want to visit as much of western Canada as possible?


anada is naturally beautiful from coast to coast, with vibrant cities includ- ing massive multicultural Toronto,


A naturally beautiful destination


The Rocky Mountains are truly spectacular.


No problem, we can organise that for you. In just a week you can travel from Calgary to


Banff, Lake Louise, Jasper, Sun Peaks and Van- couver. I would recommend doing a gondola ride to the top of Sulphur Mountain while in Banff, the views of the Rockies are breath-tak- ing. Driving to Jasper via the spectacular ice fields is one of the most scenic routes in the world. Stopping at Lake Louise and Peyto Lake is also a must. You can do this route also by using the


award-winning Rocky Mountaineer service. It offers over 65 Canadian vacation packages and four unique rail routes. This world-renowned, luxurious train travels by daylight through the wild beauty of Canada’s West and is the best way to experience the majestic Canadian Rockies. Let your travel dreams become a reality by


contacting our experienced and knowledge- able staff at Strand Travel today and we will plan every last detail to your requests and budget.


We are a fully bonded Irish company, licensed by the Commission for Aviation Regulation which means your money is always safe. We


are not tied to any operator so we will search to find you the best holiday at the best price.


ADVANTAGES OF BOOKING WITH A TRAVEL AGENT


• Time & Money Savings We will do the leg work and save you time and money in the process. It beats spending hours researching and still feeling confused.


• Travel Assistance Your travel agent gives you the personal approach that you won’t get on the inter- net. They are reachable from the start of the booking process the whole way through until you return home. If you have any ques- tions or concerns while in your destination, you have one direct contact instead of booking online.


• Travel Recommendations Your travel agents inside knowledge helps you avoid wasting time. Many travel agents specialise in a particular type of travel and are able to make recommendations and help you plan a trip that meets your needs and budget.


• Added Consumer Protection Your money is always safe as we are licensed by the commission for aviation regulation.


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