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Canada is the second largest country in the world in area (after Russia), occupying roughly the northern two-fifths of the continent of North America and is officially bilingual in English and French.

Come with us to explore this amazing country.  Whether you are looking for a group tour or want to venture out on your own, Country Travel & Tours can assist you with all your travel needs.  Please note when traveling to Canada, a valid Passport is required for all travelers.

How about renting a RV and exploring the country for a week or two at your own pace? The possibilities are endless and Country Travel & Tours is available to assist you.

Click on the CanaDream logo below for information on RV rentals.  Contact Country Travel & Tours to reserve your RV for the dates you wish to travel at 252-631-1003.

We also have two wonderful group tours exploring Canada via rail.  (see below)

Calgary Stampede, Canadian Rockies & Glacier - Departure June 29, 2019


Want to join us on a group tour?  Check out our Calgary Stampede Tour. This tour departs June 29, 2019 for a 10-day trip through Glacier National Park, the colorful Canadian Rockies and to the Calgary Stampede. Beginning in Chicago or Seattle, set off on Amtrak's Empire Builder for a tour that includes Montana's Glacier National Park and some of Canada's most iconic towns, including Banff, Jasper, and Calgary. Click on the map below for a brochure with more details.

Fall Colors of New England, Quebec & Montreal - Departure September 24, 2019

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Scenic rail excursions, superb hotels, and vibrant autumn foliage are the hallmarks of this 11-day escorted tour through the fall colors in New England and French Canada. Discover the fall colors of New England and Eastern Canada featuring acclaimed rail excursions, grand hotel stays, and brilliant autumn scenery. Soak up the history of Boston, the starting point of your fall foliage adventure, before traveling to New Hampshire for excursions aboard the Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad, and Mt. Washington Cog Railway. Click on the map below for a brochure with more details of the tour.