Wild Canada

Grizzly Bear Trek, British Columbia – Prime bear country, British Columbia has the highest population of grizzlies and is home to the rare White Kermode Bear. Spot these fearsome creatures in their natural lair at the Great Bear Rainforest area (Bella Coola, Saltwater Fjords) or Knight Inlet. In spring, packs feast on fresh grass sedges and in fall, they catch salmon.

Polar Bear Tours, Churchill, Manitoba – The Churchill Wildlife Management Area spans 850,000 hectares and hosts Polar Bears every summer. Specialized Tundra vehicles take you up close to the Bears, while the really intrepid can opt for a walking Arctic safari.

Whale Watching, Vancouver – Head south of Vancouver to catch Orcas, Humpbacks, Minke and Grey Whales, Porpoises, Seals, Sea Lions and a whole line up of sea birds. From May to October, it’s prime viewing time to see Southern Resident Orcas feeding on migrating Salmon in the Strait of Georgia and the Gulf Islands. The late summer months, are ideal for spotting Northern Resident Orcas, which feed in the Johnson Strait.

Mountain Goats & Big Horned Sheep, Icefields Parkway – Icefields Parkway is not only one of the world’s most beautiful routes, it also gives you the chance to spot true blue Canadian wildlife like Big Horn Sheep, Coyotes, Deer, Black Bears and even the elusive Mountain Goat.

Footprint Favorites

The Spa Train

Ontario

How much persuasion do you really need to board a train that stops at 18 top notch luxury spas? Not much, we guess!

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Whale Watching

Vancouver

Orcas, Humpbacks, Minke & Grey whales, porpoises, seals, sea lions and a whole line up of sea birds await you here.

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Sea to Sky Highway

Vancouver

If you’re in the mood for a long, scenic drive then Highway 99 or the Sea to Sky highway is the road to drive on.

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Footprint Special – Spectacular grizzly viewing treks; Unique aurorae watching trip.