If you're looking to appreciate nature in all of its glory but don't want to stray far from home, then exploring our own vast nation is a great choice! Criag Travel offers several options for those who are looking to deepen their travels around Canada, ranging from coast to coast. In the west, discover the Yukon Territory during an Alaskan and Yukon adventure or discover the quaint villages, friendly people and rugged landscapes of Canada’s most easterly provinces. Planning a journey in Canada and looking for more inspiration? We've compiled all sorts of useful links to explore our upcoming trips, sources of inspirational information and helpful resources from our blogging archives to get you started. If you can't find what you're looking for, contact us here and we can help!
Magnificent scenery, historical landmarks, quaint villages and friendly people — this tour has it all! There are a host of exciting places to visit and enjoy, from the historic sites of St. John's and the rugged grandeur of Gros Morne National Park, to the stark landscape of Labrador and the quaint outport of Twillingate and the island’s most northern coast. READ MORE
The Maritimes | June, 2022 (coming soon)
Experience the fresh salt air, unspoiled nature, rich history, and warm hospitality of one of the world's most popular destinations on this journey through the Canadian Maritimes. This is your opportunity to travel the byways and highways of our east coast ... PREREGISTER NOW
Newfoundland is our nation’s youngest province with one of the richest histories and cultures. Join us as we explore The Rock by sea. Our gracious ship will take us around the island stopping in interesting and exciting ports. Spend your time on deck witnessing the stunning beauty of coastal waters, rocky coast, sea birds, and small fishing villages. READ MORE
Alaska and the Yukon are the last frontiers of North America. This land is too wild to be tamed with rugged peaks, raging rivers, and grand vistas. Its history is relatively short, having only been explored during the gold rushes at the end of the nineteenth century. Come as we also discover this new land as we tour both the Canadian and American north. READ MORE
This gorgeous video explores the vast landscapes of British Columbia and Alberta, taking you on a vivid journey through wild forests, along the shores of crystal lakes and up the hills of massive mountains... WATCH NOW
“Our country is home to scenic coastlines, sprawling prairies, imposing mountains and untouched forests. The different landscapes and cultures found across this country’s provinces and territories are remarkably diverse. Which of these 14 amazing sights have you already seen in Canada, and which are still on your wish list?” READ MORE
"Enjoy this inspiring photo assignment led by National Geographic photographer Adam Ferguson from Montreal to Northern Quebec, and into the creative heart of a welcoming community of Cree people, to capture how Indigenous artists reveal and sustain their culture...” READ MORE
From Our Archives
“With so many highlights on this trip – where does one begin? Perhaps with the bag pipes piping us on board, or the hot face towels and fresh orange juice awaiting us as we took our seats before departure. Talk about being spoiled! And this was just the beginning...” READ MORE
"There is no better start to deepening your Canadian exploration than by discovering our first incorporated city: Saint John, New Brunswick. As the province's second largest city, it's well known for its incomparable beauty, fascinating location, unique history and flavourful cuisine..." READ MORE
"Everyone arrived in Deer Lake by early afternoon and we toured around Corner Brook while also enjoying some delicious local berry tarts….a wonderful start! As always, Newfoundland is my lifelong passion so I was anxious to begin showing off the best of Canada’s East..." READ MORE
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Photo of Gros Morne National park courtesy of Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism, © Copyright Barrett & MacKay Photo