Canada Vacations & Tours
Canada is known for having fun cities and some of the best natural areas in the world. It boasts famous scenic wonders, including Niagara Falls and the Canadian Rockies, as well as numerous beautiful lakes and beaches and much more. Its natural beauty and welcoming residents are second to none-which is why our affordable trips up to our northern neighbors are so popular!
When you visit Canada with YMT, you can choose from among a selection of tour packages. All of our tours include stops at many of the best places to visit in Canada: from Elk Island National Park on our Canadian Rockies tour to Banff National Park on our Alaska Cruise & Canadian Rockies tour, to Quebec City on our Best of Eastern Canada tour and more. You'll experience pristine nature full of bountiful wildlife, a fascinating national history, and world-renowned friendliness no matter which one of our Canada vacation packages you choose!
Alaska Cruise & Canadian Rockies
Alaska Cruise Vacation Package Details
Experience the best of both worlds on this journey through the Canadian Rockies and along the dramatically beautiful Alaskan coast.
Surrounded by towering mountains, lushly forested Banff National Park is home to Canada’s “diamond in the wilderness,” Lake Louise. The turquoise, glacier fed waters are so vibrantly blue and clear that Lake Louise seems to be lit from within. Take an excursion on to the Athabasca Glacier at the bottom of the Columbia Icefield, an experience visitors cherish and won’t soon forget. Enjoy a tour and free time in charming Vancouver, Canada’s foodie paradise.
Cruise past spectacular glaciers in the Gulf of Alaska and Glacier Bay, and look out for whales and sea lions swimming in the labyrinth of bays and fjords of the Inside Passage. Walk amongst the world’s largest collection of totem poles in Ketchikan, nicknamed the “salmon capital of the world.” Travel back to the gold rush in Skagway, where bootlegging, brothels, and vices of all sorts once boomed. Journey through pristine, raw, unforgettably beautiful scenery on this spectacular Canadian Rockies and Alaska cruise tour.
Autumn Leaves Tour
Autumn Leaves Vacation Details
Traverse the historic northeast during the peak of the fall foliage season. The vibrant oranges, yellows, and deep reds of the changing leaves are the stars of the show during this unforgettable fall foliage tour.
Start your trip with a city tour of the Big Apple’s major sights. Your scenic autumnal circuit begins when you head northward to see the colors in Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Your trip includes stops at key highlights along the way including one of the famous Newport Mansions, the sandy beaches of Cape Cod and the historic landmarks of Boston.
Travel along the New England coast to Maine, full of natural splendor and charm. Enjoy a drive along Kancamagus Highway, a national scenic byway of covered bridges and waterfalls. Witness the vibrant colors within Franconia Notch State Park, Flume Gorge, and Lake Placid. Conclude your day in Vermont’s Green Mountains.
After crossing into Canada, true vacation highlights are a cruise through the heart of 1,000 Islands, and experiencing the power of the breathtaking Niagara Falls. The trip ends in Toronto where you will see towering skyscrapers, a bustling harbor and more on a scenic city tour. The rainbow of Autumn colors you see on this tour will stay with you forever.
Best of Eastern Canada
Vacation Package Details
Eastern Canada offers much of the charm and sophistication of Europe in a delightful setting much closer to home. Experience the natural beauty, history, and culture of Canada's vast provinces of Ontario and Quebec.
Your trip begins with a city tour of Toronto, a cultural melting pot on the shores of Lake Ontario, See towering skyscrapers, 19th century warehouses, a bustling harbor, and more. One of the city's most unusual sights is Casa Loma, a Gothic castle built in the early 1900s in the center of midtown Toronto.
From the city, travel to Niagara Falls for a leisurely day at one of the most famous waterfalls in the world. On the picturesque Thousand Islands, take a guided boat cruise through narrow channels, over historic sunken wrecks, and past magnificent summer mansions.
Canada's sophisticated riverside capital city of Ottawa is renowned for its Gothic monuments, world-class museums, and bountiful green spaces. Next, enjoy the European flair of Quebec City. It was one of North America's earliest French settlements, and has maintained its mother country's je ne sais quoi since the 1690s. Discover even more of the country's past at the Canadian Museum of History.
Your journey ends in Montreal. The charming UNESCO City of Design dates back to the 17th century, and is the largest French speaking city outside of Europe.
Canadian Rockies Tour
Canadian Rockies Vacation Package Details
A beautiful landscape awaits you in the Canadian Rockies. Pack your bags and join YMT Vacations on a Canadian Rockies tour. See forests, lakes, Native American history, and the snowcapped peaks of this towering mountain range.
Visit tiny Elk Island National Park, an idyllic park that helped save Canada’s once critically endangered population of bison. After enjoying one of the smallest parks in the Canadian Rockies, continue to its largest. Jasper National Park is a place where mountains and meadows spread out for miles. Next, travel via the Icefields Parkway to the magnificent Athabasca Glacier. After walking on the frozen face of a glacier, gaze out at the dazzling blue glacial-fed waters of Lake Louise in Banff National Park. Banff is widely considered the prettiest park in Canada. It’s a serenely beautiful ecosystem full of waterfalls and lush forests.
See a rainbow of wildflowers at Waterton Lakes National Park, and enjoy the breathtaking vistas of Flathead Lake. Take the Going to the Sun Road through Glacier National Park, and learn about the native Blackfoot people at the Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump. More Native American and frontier history await you at Fort Macleod, your final stop before your Canadian vacation ends in Calgary.
Grand Alaskan Cruise & Tour
Alaska Vacation Package Details
Rugged, remote, and so beautiful it takes your breath away, the wilds of the Frontier State come alive on this guided Alaskan cruise tour. Experience the best that Alaska has to offer, from a 2-night stay in Denali National Park to dramatic calving glaciers along the Inside Passage.
Your Alaska cruise begins aboard a Holland America Line cruise ship. There you will explore Alaska’s most famous sea lane including one of the most glorious sights in the world: the Inside Passage. Spend days in quintessential Alaskan towns like the classic gold rush town of Skagway, the state capital of Juneau, and stilt-bound Ketchikan. Pass through the pristine beauty of Glacier Bay National Park, and the majesty of Hubbard Glacier.
Your land tour includes a visit to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center near Anchorage. After a picturesque journey from Talkeetna, spend time exploring Denali, one of the world’s greatest wilderness frontiers.
Your dedicated naturalist guide will tell you about its landscape, geology, and past. Be on the lookout for Alaska’s Big Five: grizzly bears, caribou, moose, Dall Sheep, and wolves. Next take a scenic drive down the George Parks Highway to Fairbanks, the largest city in Alaska’s interior. Learn the rich history of the “Golden Heart City” as a gold rush boomtown.
Majestic Alaska Cruise & Tour
Alaska Vacation Details
Leave no sight unseen on this Alaskan vacation! Start off with gold mining in Fairbanks, wildlife in majestic Denali, colorful coastal villages, and a cruise through Kenai Fjords. Then, sail aboard the ms Noordam—passing stunning glaciers and pristine coastline, with the spectacularly scenic Inside Passage for a grand finale.
Your journey starts with a land tour, whose many highlights begin in Fairbanks’s beautifully restored Gold Dredge #8, which brings the (years – 1800?) gold rush vividly to life.
Nature lovers will thoroughly enjoy their Denali natural history tour in the 6 million-acre Denali National Park. Board a catamaran and experience the marine wildlife, coastal fjords and islands, lush forests, and dazzling tidewater glaciers of Kenai Fjords National Park.
From there your cruise begins! Travel through Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve, America’s largest national park, which covers 13 million isolated acres. Your cruise’s other natural highlights include Glacier Bay National Park, and the Inside Passage. For human history, the frontier cities of Skagway, Juneau, and Ketchikan can’t be beat. Their distinctive appearance and colorful past make them must-see sights for cruisers.
Check out our Travel Blog for more tips and ideas for your Alaskan cruise tour!
New England & Canadian Maritimes Cruise and Tour
New England & Canada Cruise Details
Explore New England and Coastal Canada's most famous and fascinating sites during the colorful Autumn season. Stunning natural beauty, vibrant history, and some of the world's best seafood are all waiting for you on this glorious New England and Canada cruise.
First, experience the best of Boston. Fall in love with New England's largest city on a memorable tour. Boston is rich with history and famous for its tough yet sophisticated culture. From there, travel to the playground of America's wealthiest Golden Age families-Newport, Rhode Island. Visit a Newport Mansion, then see Cape Cod and Rutland, Vermont. Drive through the spectacular Green Mountains to Montreal and Quebec City. Both of these French speaking Canadian cities feel distinctly European.
Board your cruise ship and set off for the Maritime Provinces! Prince Edward Island is a mecca for fans of Anne of Green Gables, while Nova Scotia is teeming with pirate history. Continue down the coast to Maine. Eat a lobster roll in Portland, and we recommend visiting Acadia National Park during your time in Bar Harbor. Your final stop is Boston, where you will disembark and head for home.
Ultimate Autumn Leaves & Eastern Canada
Experience the vibrant autumnal colors of New England and Eastern Canada during the peak fall foliage season. From New York to Ontario, visit historic sites and cultural landmarks while surrounded by renowned natural beauty.