From the Pacific to the Atlantic, Canada is an expansive country with countless attractions, both natural and man-made. While it has tourist infrastructure for travelers of all means, the travel experiences that are available to the wealthy traveler are truly exceptional.
How does one truly experience Canada in style? In the following article, we highlight three amazing attractions that will have you booking a return trip to the Great White North sooner rather than later.
Ride the Rocky Mountaineer from Vancouver to Banff
Driving through the mountainous landscape that defines British Columbia and Alberta can be stressful at times, which can take away from the enjoyment that you should be experiencing in one of Canada’s most beautiful regions.
Why not kick back on a luxury train that passes through tight mountain passes and alongside powder blue glacial lakes at a more human pace? You’ll get complimentary beverages (alcohol is included in the highest luxury packages) and meals which can be served at your seat, or in an exclusive dining room with massive picture windows that give a panoramic view of some of the most epic scenery in the world. Overnights are had along the way at well-appointed hotels, ensuring that you view 100% of this part of the globe in daylight.
Go on a heli tour of Niagara Falls
While you could cram yourself aboard The Maid of the Mist with the rest of the tourists, we both know that you deserve a more dignified way to see two of the most powerful waterfalls in the world up close. Hiring the services of a sightseeing helicopter will allow you to gaze upon the power of Mother Nature in a manner that most never get to see, all while having all the room in the world and without having to get wet in the process.
Enjoying Cirque de Soleil in the heart of Old Montreal
Over the past few decades, Montreal native Guy Laliberte has created Cirque de Soleil, which is one of the globe’s greatest human-driven circus acts. Defined by its artistry and cutting-edge athleticism, some of the best shows this troupe has to offer are put on under the big top in the Old Port area of Old Montreal.
Enjoy a sumptuous dinner at one of the many fine-dining restaurants found along the cobblestoned streets in one of the oldest neighborhoods in Canada, then head on down to the waterfront for a spectacle that you won’t soon forget.