Fall Foliage Tours in Canada

Nature shines its brightest in Fall, as the incredible beauty of changing leaves burst onto the scene. Canada is filled with sugar maples, birch, and oak trees that paint an artistic masterpiece across the Canadian skies come Fall. Each region of Canada boasts its own beautiful palette of colors, so you have many areas to venture through.

The autumn season is a great opportunity to take a train ride winding through mountains and over valleys and to see picturesque sights you couldn't get to on foot. Sit back and enjoy the brilliant scenery right outside your window as you travel through the most colorful parts of the country.

A cruise gives you the chance to drift along at leisure and view the backdrop of changing colors against the blue waters. You can combine onboard activities with breaks to take in the amazing colors. Stopovers allow you to de-board and walk through parks or cities to get an up-close view and take those perfect pictures.

Autumn Tours in Canada

An autumn trek through Canada is a great alternative to New England fall foliage. It's not just the East Coast that will boast the most vibrant of colors. Areas all across Canada are filled with trees bursting with red, yellow, and orange.

Fall is a great time in Canada to travel by train, embark on a road trip, or enjoy a cruise. Whatever your mode of transportation, you are certain to have beautiful scenery out your window.

Here are some great places for Autumn tours in Canada:

  • Prince Edward Island
  • Rocky Mountains
  • Niagara Parkway
  • Fundy Coastal Drive
  • Ontario
  • Laurentian Mountains
  • Cabot Trail
  • Vancouver Island
Fall Foliage Tours in Canada

Canadian Fall Foliage Tours

Canadian Rockies Resorts 8 days from $1565

The resort towns of the Canadian Rockies offer visitors the chance to experience wildlife and wilderness in its purest form.

Departs from May 2017 to October 2018.

Eastern Canada Discovery Drive 8 days from $995

Embark on this 8 day journey through the urban centres and rural splendour of Ontario and Quebec celebrating Canada's English and French heritage.

Departs from July 2017 to May 2018.


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