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Canada Fly Drive Holidays

A dream drive on Canada's open roads

Driving in Canada is so easy. The country is built for road trips! A fly drive takes care of your return flights, your car hire and your hotels each night for a really fab holiday. I loved the freedom to pull up anywhere and stop as long as I liked.

Charlotte McIntosh, Canadian Affair Travel Expert

How to

3 easy steps to book

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Destinations

East or West?

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Top Tips

How to drive in Canada

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Cars

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Hotels

Fabulous places to stay

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Extras

Ferries & excursions

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Choosing the perfect route

We've got road trips to all corners of Canada. Here are some of our favourite drives.

The Cabot Trail
Icefields Parkway
Pacific Rim Highway
Sea to Sky Highway
Algonquin Park Corridor

Roads built for driving

See for yourself how easy it is to drive Canada's roads and get a sneak peak at the stunning scenery.

The Icefields Parkway

This famous mountain pass links Banff with Jasper in Alberta. There is so much to see that it’ll take a full day to drive the distance. Along the way, you’ll pass the impossibly turquoise Peyto Lake, the gushing Athabasca Falls and the impressive Columbia Icefield. The mountain views are unrivalled.

Sea to Sky Highway

This beautiful coastal route in British Columbia links Vancouver and Whistler along the Pacific Coast.

Dempster Highway

This iconic highway in the Yukon is the only one in Canada which crosses the Arctic Circle.

The Viking Trail

Drive Newfoundland & Labrador’s coast from Gros Morne National Park to the Strait of Belle Island.

Algonquin Park Corridor

This section of Highway 60 in Ontario takes in Algonquin’s forests, rivers, lakes and wildlife.

The Cabot Trail

This famous road encircles Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia. The cliff road has the most incredible views across lush, densely forested headland down to the crashing surf at the bottom of the cliffs below. The Atlantic Ocean here seems to stretch impossibly wide, offering sunsets like nowhere else.

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