Western Canada

The thrill of the great outdoors

Explore Western Canada, where breathtaking landscapes and untamed wilderness offer an unforgettable adventure. From majestic peaks and emerald lakes to ancient forests, discover the magic of the Canadian West. Perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, thrill-seekers, and tranquility seekers alike, this exceptional destination promises spectacular moments and enchanting charm.

The Canadian West at a Glance

Location: Located in the western part of Canada, Western Canada is bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the west, the Prairie provinces to the east, and the United States to the south. Four provinces and two territories make up Western Canada: Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, the Yukon Territory and the Northwest Territories.

Major cities: Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton

Population: Approximately 11 million inhabitants

Official language: English

Currency: Canadian Dollar (CAD) – €1 is worth approximately CAD 1.50

Time difference: -9h in summer and -8h in winter

Flight time: Approximately 9 to 10 hours on average

Health: No specific vaccinations required

Entry formalities: A valid passport for the duration of your stay is generally required. Citizens of the European Union do not need a visa for tourist stays of less than six months.

What to pack: An adapter for type A or B electrical outlets (American plugs), clothing suited to varying temperatures (especially in winter), and cold-weather gear if traveling during the winter months.

Five Great Reasons to Visit Western Canada

Explore pristine and spectacular landscapes
Discover the majestic Rocky Mountains
Experience the rich cultural tapestry influenced by Indigenous Peoples and other communities
Be amazed by the beauty of National Parks, Glaciers, and Fjords
Engage in extraordinary activities such as a helicopter safari, offering unforgettable views and experiences

Get Ready for an Unforgettable Adventure in Western Canada!

Between the Rockies and the Pacific Ocean, experience a succession of national parks and intense emotions in the heart of pristine nature. Whether you’re seeking grizzly bears or listening to the songs of whales, immerse yourself in the freedom of these wild lands that shape the legend of Western Canada.

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