Explore Adventure & Wildlife

Where the wild things are

With its vast tracts of wilderness, which includes the Boreal Forest and millions of trees, Canada is the place to be during Autumn for natural beauty and a feast of wildlife viewing, says Lynn Houghton

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Look Down, Look Up

Dramatic coastal scenery, abundant marine life and specacular night skies all form part of Canada’s appeal to travellers. Stuart Forster looks at four attractions, below and above

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Polar extremes

Stuart Forster enjoys a guided walk on the tundra, in subarctic Manitoba, photographing wildlife such as Arctic hares, willow ptarmigan and – the big one – polar bears

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Canada’s Blue Planet

With three coastlines, Canada has ample opportunity for whale and marine life watching. Even better, if you choose the East Coast, you’re less than six hours away from saying ‘there she blows’, says Rupert Parker

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Quebec’s outdoor adventure

From summiting mountain peaks to camping under the stars, Quebec’s big skies, deep gorges and winding rivers give adventurous clients plenty to play with…

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Take some Shore leave

With wildlife, history, sailing adventures, festivals and more, Canada’s 150,000 miles of coastline offer a world of tourism opportunities, says Peter Ellegard

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