Stretching over six time zones, Canada features luxury offerings, spectacular wilderness, abundant wildlife, cosmopolitan cities and diverse cultures – plenty for Prince William and his family to explore. Landing in Victoria on the 24th of September, the royals will visit Vancouver, the Yukon and the archipelago of Haida Gwaii. Here Cox & Kings suggests itineraries from their new 2017 Canada brochure – all luxurious offerings fit for a royal visit.
Cox & Kings' North America product manager Neill Prothero says, “It's exciting to have the royals visiting Canada, as it really highlights Canada's broad appeal for the traveller – from vibrant cities to icy wildernesses, spectacular mountain scenery to rich cultural heritage and more. We've expanded our brochure to include new luxury group tours and private journeys all over Canada and Alaska. Our new range of tours includes cruises to remote archipelagos, isolated wilderness lodges accessed by sea plane and family adventure options.”
BRITISH COLUMBIA Combining city, wilderness and rainforest experiences, the truly luxurious West Coast Wilderness in Style includes stays at some of the finest accommodation in British Columbia, travelling by private sea plane. The itinerary begins in Vancouver with a 2 night stay, before hopping to the Wickaninnish Inn, a wilderness lodge on Vancouver Island. Next stop is Nimmo Bay, a floating lodge set within the Great Bear Rainforest, where guests can hire a private helicopter to explore 10,000 year old glaciers, waterfalls, remote islands and old-growth forests.