If you're taking a train tour of Canada and find yourself falling in love with The Great White North, you may want to extend your stay in Vancouver so you can test out the waves in Tofino, British Columbia.
Canadian summers are perfect. Not only do temperatures remain a cool, crisp 75 degrees on average, there are also festivals throughout the months of July and August that attract thousands of visitors.
What better way to get kneaded, exfoliated and pampered than visiting some of the best spas in the capital of the Great White North?
For one week in June, Canadian rail tour passengers have the chance to practice their bilingual speech as more than 250 performances feature French-language music during Les FrancoFolies Festival in Montreal.
The 35th annual Vancouver Folk Music Festival is set to be one of the most entertaining events in the city this summer, featuring the talents of local and international musicians as they fiddle, whistle and rock their way through the weekend.
The coastline of British Columbia is dotted with wildlife that few in the world have seen, such as grizzly bears, wolves and the mysterious and elusive spirit bear.
The Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights, have fascinated travelers and scientists for thousands of years.
Along with its breathtaking scenery, untamed wildlife and eclectic cultures, Canada boasts a world-class golfing tradition.
Adrenaline junkies with a penchant for thrilling mountain bike rides who pass through Beaupre, Quebec, on a Canadian rail tour will have a hard time avoiding the throngs of bikers careening down the hillsides.