To help you on with your holiday plans, we have detailed our fantastic journey around the globe on videos and easy-to-read fact sheets complete with contact details and links.

Hoodoos
Trevor’s a “Hoodoo” guru for the day as he gives us a history lesson in botany. These geographical wonders take millions of years to form and won’t be around for long so make sure that you visit….soon!! read more

Royal Tyrrell Museum & Dinosaur Provincial Park
Canadian Badlands is a paleontologist’s dream, harboring some of the richest dinosaur bone beds in the world. Trevor comes face to face with 75 million year old fossils at the Dinosaur Provincial Park. read more

Calgary Stampede
The ten days of the Stampede is a chance for all visitors and participants to celebrate Calgary’s western heritage and also to take part in the symbolic culture of the city. The first Stampede, held in September of 1912 was largely to the efforts of one cowboy named Guy Weadick. read more

Calgary City
There is no doubt that the city comes alive during Stampede time, and there is no better way to experience a Stampede breakfast than on a chuck wagon tour! This tour takes you through the modern city of Calgary in true traditional style. read more

Alberta Boot Company
For the perfect genuine cowboy boot, it is really hard to go past the Alberta Boot Company. Famous for providing high quality boots to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police since 1999, their range of leathers, styles and sizes is truly impressive. read more

Rose Garden, Fairmont Empress Hotel
This 100 year old hotel is steeped in history, and what is so unique about these wonderfully manicured gardens is that they are open to the public. Head gardener Fred Saunders knew the grounds from bottom to top, having signed on as an assistant gardener in 1908. read more

Sooke Harbour House
This magnificent seaside location is found on the southwest coast of Vancouver Island, approximately 1 hour from Victoria. Visited by the likes of celebrities including Richard Gere and Cindy Crawford, the Sooke Harbour House is truly a pictureresque hideaway that will revive the senses. read more

Merridale Estate Cidery
In 1998, Janet Docherty and Rick Pipes created the Merridale Estate Cidery. Their motive behind it was to create something that was fun and profitable and allowed them to work together. Now it is something that draws many visitors from all across the world. read more

Spinnakers Restaurant
Spinnakers brewpub and Guesthouses is located on the waterfront of Victoria's Inner Harbour, and is graced with some of the most amazing views of the city over sunset. They are committed to farm fresh local ingredients year round so that our guests can experience the magic of the Island and all that its regions have to offer. read more

Butchart Gardens
Visited by over 1 million people a year, each garden tells a different story. Today, just having celebrated its centenary, it is still owned by none other than the Butchart family. read more

Victorian Garden Tours
Joan Looy is truly the queen of Victoria’s gardens. She runs Victorian Garden Tours which is how got to visit some of the most wonderful gardens in Victoria. Whether you’re looking for something that will fill your morning, or your whole day, Joan can set up an itinerary that will suit your interest and fitness level! read more

VanDusen Garden
Neville’s visit to VanDusen Gardens was full of great surprises. Here this are 22 hectares of garden with 7,500 kinds of plants from around the world, yours to enjoy every season of the year. read more

Fairmont Waterfront rooftop herb garden
The Fairmont Waterfront’s 2100 square foot garden was originally created in 1995 on the hotel’s third floor, south facing terrace balcony, with a total of 11 beds. It has recently been refurbished under the guidance of Executive Chef Shannon Walsh-Wrightson. read more

Grouse Mountain
It is hard to imagine that just 15 minutes from the city centre, you have the chance to sit 1,250 meters above the city. Grouse Mountain is where Neville and Melissa looked back on all that they have done in Canada, and you will too. It is a window to the country’s beautiful wilderness with an unmatched view of one of the world’s most spectacular cities. read more