Travel to canada by boat

Travel to Canada


Canada’s past is marked by great conflicts between the French, British and Amerindians, which has given Canada a multicultural society with the addition of Latin, Asian and European traditions and the influence of the United States.

Canadian cuisine is a blend of European, Latin, American and Asian influences. The recent trend of “Pacific Northwest” or fusion cuisine consists of using exotic traditions, local products and French techniques.

Canadians are great lovers of organic food. If you are a “carnivore”, the place to visit is Alberta, where you can enjoy delicious bison or beef steaks. If you prefer fish, the local specialties of British Columbia are seafood, halibut, salmon and other sea species.

Toronto: Built by the English, Toronto is the fifth largest city in North America. The city center has a business district with skyscrapers surrounded by several ethnic neighborhoods with Romanesque, Victorian and Art Deco architecture. Urbanism lovers will appreciate the charm that gives it the alliance of the old and the modern.

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Famous for breathtaking scenery and abundant wildlife, Canada is a true masterpiece of nature. However, while the North American country is sparsely populated, the charismatic cities of Vancouver, Montreal and Toronto offer vibrant getaways from the quiet countryside.

With its generally cold climate, it is a hub for winter outdoor activities. Whistler Mountain in British Columbia is ideal for snowboarding, you can surf the waves in Nova Scotia or kayak the magnificent South Nahanni River in the Northwest Territories.

However, Canada has much more than lakes and stunning forests. Vancouver offers a vibrant and stylish nightlife with upscale bars and restaurants overlooking a beautiful marina, while Montreal’s 18th century architecture and contemporary art scene will delight any traveler.

Canada has everything you need for a fantastic vacation, so book a ferry today. Crossing the border from Seattle, USA takes less than three hours with frequent crossings to Victoria, British Columbia.

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Visit Niagara Falls, Canada, on a half-day excursion. See the famous Canadian Horseshoe Falls, cruise aboard the Voyage to the Falls boat tour and feel the spray on the Journey Behind the Falls.

Your tour begins from the Welcome Centre in Niagara Falls, Ontario. Your first stop is aboard the ‘Voyage to the Falls’ boat tour. Surround yourself with water in the Horseshoe Falls basin and feel the mist of the falls on your face. Learn about the history of the falls, including the daredevils who braved its waters.

Learn about hydroelectric power as you travel through several historic power plants. Pose for a photo at the Floral Clock and enjoy views of the Niagara Rapids from the Whirlpool Overlook. See the serenity of nature at Niagara Parks and view Canada’s mighty Horseshoe Falls from Table Rock.

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Toronto: harbor and island sightseeing cruise This Toronto harbor and island cruise gives you the opportunity to enjoy panoramic views of the city, learn about the history of the area and explore the islands.

The captain will start the tour by taking you to see the western harbor before crossing into the lagoons to visit the Toronto Islands. Places visited on this part of the tour include historic Hanlan’s Point, the Island Yacht Club, the Island Bird forests and the wildlife sanctuary. The captain and crew will provide you with a detailed, entertaining and informative narration of everything you see.

Savor a buffet-style meal with market-fresh produce (either brunch, lunch or dinner) prepared on board daily. Complement your meal with a drink from the fully stocked cash bar offering selections of beer, wine and cocktails (own expense).

Climb back aboard and tour the historic colonial architecture of Niagara-on-the-Lake. Enjoy views of the Niagara River and the mansions along the scenic Niagara Parkway.  Take a guided photo break at the Floral Clock, Hydroelectric Power Station, Whirlpool Whirlpools and Niagara Gorge before arriving at Niagara Falls.

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