Living up to our Name for 37 years





  • US Vacations
  • New England Hub & Spoke
  • New York City
  • Washington DC
  • New England
  • Cape Cod
  • American Heritage
  • Vermont Fall Foliage
  • New Hampshire Fall Foliage
  • Islands and Bays of New England
  • Maine Summers
  • Colonial America - Virginia to Washington DC
  • Hudson River Valley New York
  • Pennsylvania Dutch Amish Country
  • Canadian Vacations
  • Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Atlantic Canada
  • Canada is the second largest country in the world, extending from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean and northward into the Arctic Ocean with claims extending to the North Pole. The northern-most country on the mainland of North America, Canada has land borders only with the United States.

    Governed as a parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy, Canada is a federation of ten provinces with three territories. Initially constituted in 1867, the country's constitution was patriated in 1982 from the United Kingdom.

    Canada's head of state is Queen Elizabeth II, who is represented in Canada by the Governor General, currently MichaŽlle Jean. The head of government is the Prime Minister, currently Paul Martin.

    Canada's official languages are English and French. As of 2005, its official population estimate is approximately 32.4 million.

  • Eastern Canada
  • Ontario and Quebec make up this region and together feature some of Canada's greatest cities and landmarks. Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec City are so different from each other and yet bring a uniquely Canadian charm to each.

    Toronto is Canada's largest and most cosmopolitan city.

    Ottawa, the Nation's capital, benefits from sitting on the great river dividing Ontario and Quebec and is filled with the living culture of this great country in truly amazing museums.

    Metropolitan Montreal makes you feel at home with a great mixture of French old world heritage and modern Canada.

    Visiting Quebec City is like going to Europe without the distance or cost. The only walled city in North America is traditional French culture is apparent everywhere from the small cafes to the art and religous history everywhere you turn.

  • Two Nation Vacations
  • Niagara Falls

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