CANADA

Wild romantic backdrops, great food and a rich cultural heritage. This is Canada - a country filled with adventurous stories like the gold rush.
Here you can expect crystal clear mountain lakes, whales, impressive waterfalls and an incredible biodiversity.
The fantastic landscapes of the Rocky Mountains, the picturesque west coast with its deep blue water and impressive rainforests or the culturally diverse cities of Canada - all of this makes the country a dream travel destination.

Country-specific regulations on COVID-19
BRITISH COLOMBIA - FROM THE PEAKS OF THE WORLD TO THE DEPTHS OF THE OCEAN
EASTERN CANADA - DREAM JOURNEY INTO NATURE
21 Days
Cultural Tour
Cultural Tour
13 Days
9 Days
Christmas Trip
BRITISH COLOMBIA - CHRISTMAS MAGIC
VISA
CURRENCY
CUISINE
LANGUAGE
FEATURES
HEALTH
Please find out which visa regulations apply to your country of origin.
To enter the country, you need a passport (or a temporary passport), which must be valid for at least the duration of the entire trip.
Furthermore, an "electronic entry permit (eTA)" is required prior to departure. This can be requested online on the official website of the Canadian government and costs the equivalent of around € 5. We recommend that you apply for this permit in good time.
The currency of Canada is the Canadian dollar (CAD), which corresponds to an average of € 0.70.
The money can be changed in all recognized financial institutions. In many places it is also possible to exchange smaller amounts, like hotels and restaurants. Our recommendation is to change your money before you start your trip.
For security reasons, we also ask you to refrain from exchanging money with private individuals!
Credit cards are accepted. Cash can also be withdrawn using bank and credit cards at designated ATMs.
Due to the extensive distribution of settlements and large cities, only a few uniform and typically Canadian dishes have developed. That is why the cuisine of the country is generally divided into the cuisine of Québécs, the cuisine of Toronto and the cuisine of the First Nations and Inuit.
The official languages of Canada are English and French, with 57% and 21% of the population reporting their mother tongue, respectively.
It is a special feature, however, that some of the provinces have also included the respective language of the indigenous population as the "regional official language".
Religion:
The Canadian Constitution guarantees all residents freedom of religion. The majority of the population (67.3%) belongs to a Christian denomination and 23.9% say that they do not belong to any religious community.
Before traveling to Canada, you should check with your doctor about vaccinations for measles, hepatitis B, and meningitis. If you are staying for a longer period or intending to go hiking, you should also get vaccinated against rabies if you have not already been vaccinated.