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Canada is a vast country, and exploring its entirety on a single trip is practically impossible. So, it is best to pick one or two regions for an in-depth exploration. Spending 2 weeks in Canada gives you enough time to cover several destinations and delve into Canadian culture at a relaxed pace. Go on sightseeing tours of popular cities such as Toronto and Calgary, visit East Coast beaches such as Parlee Beach, and head to the Canadian Rockies. Try ziplining in Whistler, marvel at the natural spectacle of Gros Morne National Park, and explore the quirky neighborhoods of Montreal. For an off-the-beaten-path experience, venture to the vast tundra landscapes of Nunavut, witnessing the unique Inuit way of life and catching glimpses of the Northern Lights.

Still confused about what to see and do in your 2-week-long Canada trip? Here are our top 3 recommended itineraries:

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1. Guided Culture and History Road Trip in West Canada: 13 Days in Canada

A totem pole spotted when spending 2 weeks in Canada's western region.
As you drive through West Canada, you will see a lot of totem poles that are basically monumental carvings that commemorate ancestries and history.
Day 1 Start your trip in Vancouver
Day 2 Visit the historic localities of Chinatown and Gastown, then head to the Vancouver Island
Day 3 Beat the crowd to Butchart Gardens in Victoria, then sightsee British Columbia
Day 4 Explore Chemainus, Squamish, and Whistler
Day 5 Unravel the history of the First Nations at the Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre
Day 6 Dine with the locals at Sun Peaks
Day 7 Hike the Unesco-listed Canadian Rocky Mountain National Parks
Day 8 Map out the awe-inspiring Banff National Park
Day 9 Visit Lake Louise, and then drive over to the Athabasca Glacier.
Day 10 Explore Maligne Canyon, Spirit Island, then join Matricia Bauer, an indigenous group leader, in Jasper National Park
Day 11 Head to Kamloops after marveling at Mount Robson
Day 12 Drive through Fraser Valley and Coastal Mountains
Day 13 Bid farewell to Canada at Vancouver

Experience the natural wonders of western Canada on this 13-day guided Canadian road trip, where you start and end your trip in Vancouver Go on a sightseeing tour of Vancouver, then journey through mountain resort towns like Whistler and explore the First Nations culture at the Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre. Marvel at the volcanic landscapes, lakes, and waterfalls of provincial parks like Wells Gray and Glacier & Yoho National Parks. Spot wildlife like bears and deer in Jasper National Park, and follow jaw-dropping scenic drives like the Icefields Parkway to iconic destinations like Lake Louise and Athabasca Glacier. Savor local cider at a family-owned cider house, feast on fresh seafood in Victoria, and enjoy an interaction session with a First Nations indigenous host, Matricia Bauer, learning about their people’s traditions and cuisine. This two-week Canada itinerary blends sightseeing, adventure and cultural immersion in British Columbia and Alberta. See all 13-day tours in Canada.

2. Family-friendly Exploration of Newfoundland and Labrador: 14 Days in Canada

Hundreds of North Atlantic Puffins in Witless Bay Ecological Reserve.
Witless Bay Ecological Reserve serves as the breeding ground for half a million North Atlantic Puffins.
Day 1 Arrival at St. John’s
Day 2 Look out for puffins and whales (in season) on a Witless Bay Ecological Reserve Boat Tour, then learn about fishing at Petty Harbor
Day 3 Tour Signal Hill and Quidi Vidi
Day 4 Visit the old English settlements in the small towns of Cupids and Brigus
Day 5 Sightsee the Lighthouse on Cape Bonavista, then head to Clarenville
Day 6 Walk through the greenery in Terra Nova National Park, then continue to Twillingate
Day 7 Learn about the important role of Gander in relocating air passengers on 9/11
Day 8 Walk on the exposed Earth’s mantle while in Gros Morne National Park
Day 9 Join a guided boat tour in Gros Morne National Park 
Day 10 Explore the 11-th century Viking settlement, L'Anse aux Meadows
Day 11 Train to shuck scallops in Blanc Sablon
Day 12 Voyage through Red Bay
Day 13 Travel to Port aux Choix
Day 14 Departure at Corner Brook

This Canada itinerary of 14 days is perfect for families looking to explore the natural wonders and rich cultural tapestry of Newfoundland and Labrador. Embark on a Witless Bay boat tour, then delve into the province's deep-rooted fishing heritage through interactive demonstrations and meals with local fishermen. Discover an array of iconic lighthouses, including Cape Bonavista and Point Amour, that offer panoramic coastal vistas. Venture into the pristine wilderness of national parks like Terra Nova, Gros Morne, and L'Anse aux Meadows. An unforgettable highlight of this tour is walking upon the exposed Earth's mantle in the Tablelands area of Gros Morne. This comprehensive itinerary through Newfoundland and Labrador is perfect for families. See all 2-week tours in Canada.


Rocky mountains and spring flowers in Banff National Park.
Head to Banff National Park during the spring months from March to June for some early season hike and to also spot colorful flowers such as Fireweed and Purple Saxifrage.
Day 1 Set out on a sightseeing tour of Toronto
Day 2 Set out on a full-day tour of Niagara Falls
Day 3 Marvel at the lakes and scenery on your drive to Ottawa
Day 4 Tour the French-speaking province of Quebec
Day 5 Marvel at Montmorency Falls and opt for an optional Tadoussac full-day trip
Day 6 Visit famous landmarks in Montreal, including the Olympic Complex
Day 7 Cruise in Rockport, then head back to Toronto
Day 8 Fly to Calgary from Toronto
Day 9 Drive through the Rocky Mountains and reach Banff National Park
Day 10 Free day at Banff Avenue
Day 11 Take to the Trans Canada Highway
Day 12 Explore the rugged town of Kamloops
Day 13 Spend a night in Whistler
Day 14 Shop at Robson Street, relax in Stanley Park and stroll through the markets of Granville Island
Day 15 Farewell in Toronto

Explore western and eastern Canada's urban highlights and natural wonders on this 15-day journey. Begin in Toronto, discovering the diverse neighborhoods and top attractions like the Royal Ontario Museum before witnessing the power of Niagara Falls. Travel to the cities of Ottawa and Quebec City to experience their French-Canadian heritage. Venture into the French countryside and join a whale-watching excursion on the St. Lawrence River. Visit lively Montreal, cruising through the 1000 Islands region en route back to Toronto. Then fly to Calgary and enter the Canadian Rockies Spend two nights in Canmore on the doorstep of the Rockies. Travel the historic Trans-Canada Highway through Yoho and Glacier National Parks, descending through the ranch lands to Kamloops. Discover the charming ski town of Whistler before ending in cosmopolitan Toronto. See all 15-day tours in Canada.

If you want to spend 2 weeks in Canada, our three unique itineraries are a great place to start. Alternatively, you can create your own customized trip to Canada with the help of our local travel experts.

Published by Supriya Rayamajhi, updated on March 30, 2024

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