Canada and Alaska with APT

In Canada during spring, it's normal to see snow caps on the mountains and the lakes may still be frozen. To see more snow, simply visit in Winter.

In Canada during spring, it's normal to see snow caps on the mountains and the lakes may still be frozen. To see more snow, simply visit in Winter.

With their towering mountain peaks, pristine wilderness and remarkable wildlife, the country of Canada, and the USA state of Alaska to the immediate west, evoke a sense of wonder and awe for all who set foot on their shores.

Home to the majestic Rockies Mountain Range, the unrivalled beauty of the Inside Passage and some rather eclectic cosmopolitan cities, the splendour of this region calls to travellers from across the globe.

One very good way to answer this call is with an escorted APT journey.

APT are taking bookings for escorted journeys through Canada and Alaska to take place in 2018. They have a range of packages available.

APT are taking bookings for escorted journeys through Canada and Alaska to take place in 2018. They have a range of packages available.

This season, APT have introduced a number of travel styles so you can choose the type of journey that appeals to your personal interests.

You can embark on a Classic Journey, a Small Group Discovery, a Remote Journey or a Luxury Small Ship Cruise.

Western Canada is where this nation puts on its spectacular nature display.

Peyto Lake is glacier-fed and located in Banff National Park in the Canadian Rockies. The lake itself is easily accessed from the Icefields Parkway.

Peyto Lake is glacier-fed and located in Banff National Park in the Canadian Rockies. The lake itself is easily accessed from the Icefields Parkway.

With a journey aboard the world-famous Rocky Mountaineer train, you can enjoy panoramic views of the Rockies from the comfort of your GoldLeaf carriage.

Delicious chef-prepared meals will accompany your journey, so this rail adventure will surely be a highlight.

Within the Rockies you’ll soon become enchanted with the endless vistas of wondrous wilderness.

Taking a photo-opportunity with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, often shortened to Mounties, while staying at the Fairmont Banff Springs.

Taking a photo-opportunity with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, often shortened to Mounties, while staying at the Fairmont Banff Springs.

Perfectly paired with its spectacular surroundings, you’ll stay at the Fairmont Banff Springs and in a Lakeview Room at the iconic Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise.

From your five-star base, you’ll explore the resort villages of Whistler, as well as the mountain towns of Jasper and Banff.

After you’ve spent some time exploring the cosmopolitan cities of Vancouver and Victoria, it will be time to embark on your incredible Inside Passage cruise.

A shot taken just after sunrise at Lake Louise. On an escorted ATP journey you'll also stay in a Lakeview Room at the iconic Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise.

A shot taken just after sunrise at Lake Louise. On an escorted ATP journey you'll also stay in a Lakeview Room at the iconic Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise.

With APT, you’ll step aboard a premier Holland America Line or Princess Cruises ship and savour a delicious Sail Away dinner to mark the beginning of your journey.

Beer and wine are included with each evening meal, and the majestic vistas of Alaska’s Inside Passage will be sweeping by, ensuring this becomes a truly unforgettable voyage.

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New for 2018, APT has partnered with Seabourn to bring you a six-star, ultra-luxury cruise along the Inside Passage aboard an all-suite small ship.

In Canada’s east, you get to explore the French-inspired culture, quaint cobbled streets and sumptuous cuisine of Montreal and Québec City. 

Then with a visit to Niagara Falls, you’ll head to the Illumination Tower to create your very own light display on the falls.

With such a range of APT Canada and Alaska holidays in 2018, there’s no better time to join them for your own unforgettable experiences.

To see Canada's and Alaska's wildlife, visit during the warmer months between April and September, while they're not in hibernation.

To see Canada's and Alaska's wildlife, visit during the warmer months between April and September, while they're not in hibernation.

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