KNOW THE WORLD TOURS will arrange for invitation letters and set up a complete business or professional program including meetings with businesses, government, and educational counterparts in Canada.
On average, we host over 1500 government, professional, business and other high end clients per year from the People’s Republic of China and Thailand. They meet with their Canadian counterparts and attend educational, social and networking events across Canada.
WATERWAYS: Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Lake Huron, Lake Superior, Niagara Falls and Lake Louise
Ontario is a province that offers a diverse range of experiences. Visit world-famous Niagara Falls, then enjoy the culinary bounty in the wine country that surrounds it. With thousands of fresh water lakes and rivers, as well as the St. Lawrence River, Ontario is bordered on the south by four of five Great Lakes – Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Lake Huron and Lake Superior making it a perfect destination for boating, fishing, camping and more.
British Columbia welcomes you into adventure. Learn to surf on the relentless Pacific waves of Tofino; swirl-and-sample award-winning local wines in the arid Okanagan Valley. Dine at cosmopolitan seafood restaurants in Vancouver; be awed by wild whale sightings in the remote Haida Gwaii. Carve up untracked powder in Whistler; immerse yourself in the Gold Rush history of Barkerville. Engage with First Nations cultures at aboriginal heritage sites; spot bears, eagles and elk in pristine coastal rainforests.
Alberta is undoubtedly one of the most breathtaking places on earth, as vast as it is varied in landscapes and experiences. The rugged beauty of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, turquoise lakes, boreal forests, rushing rivers, rolling grasslands and prairies sets the scene for your authentic adventure.
Quebec is a province that is often compared to a European village, yet distinctly Canadian. Pretend to be royal when sleeping in a hotel that seems like a castle: the Fairmont Chateau Frontenac defines Québec City’s skyline. Try a wintery kind of sleep in a hotel made of ice. Locals celebrate winter, and so do you whether you stay snug inside your mittens and parka, or strip to a bathing suit for the annual snow swim, one of dozens of ways the Quebecois play during Winter Carnival. Spread melted maple sugar on snow, roll the cooled taffy onto a stick and pray your fillings hold. In any season, stroll along the old city roads of the old city. Mix old with new during a horse-drawn carriage ride down cobbled streets lined with contemporary public art and sidewalk cafés filled with the bohemian, friendly locals. Wander to the park-like Plains of Abraham to hear the echoes of battles between French and English that helped define today’s Canada.