Canada and Alaska Globus tours explore the best of this wildly cultural part of North America. A tour of Canada’s soaring Rocky Mountains will take your breath away.
Banff National Park is Canada’s oldest and is home to both five star luxury Fairmont accommodation in the mountain towns of Banff and Lake Louise and also to a diverse range of world culinary delights. During the daytime travel in style on a luxury toilet equipped coach with large panoramic tinted windows, air conditioning and comfortable reclining seats.
Globus coaches are also retrofitted with free WiFi so you can stay in touch with friends and family en route to the next destination. Canada’s parkways are also an ideal place for spotting wildlife; coyotes, deer, elk, big horn sheep and black bears are regularly seen foraging for food and are an extremely photogenic part of your Canada Experience.
Alaska was bought by America from Russia for less than a penny an acre. Alaska’s vast history is ready to be uncovered as you cruise in luxury along the Inside Passage exploring seaside towns of their original Russian namesake like Juneau, Sitka and Skagway en route to or from Alaska.
Also known as the Last Frontier, Alaska was established during the gold rush, an era that is very much still evident in its historic towns and scenic countryside. No tour in Alaska is complete without an excursion into Denali National Park where moose, wolf and grizzly bear are often seen on the valleys and foothills that are dramatically overshadowed by North America’s highest peak, the 6194m Denali mountain (also known as Mt McKinley).
Canada and Alaska scenery is equally matched by the friendliness of the locals who at every turn will welcome you with open arm hospitality
Globus Canada and Alaska tours are often and easily combined together giving travellers an extended holiday and an unmatched kaleidoscope of sea to sky scenery and culture.