Whether it's an action-packed city-break or a relaxing sojourn in nature to enjoy the beautiful scenery and amazing wildlife, Canada has it all.

On the East Coast, Toronto is a melting pot of cultures and diversity. The city has plenty to offer, from fashion, entertainment and the arts, to food, outdoor activities and architecture. For the more active, head over to Toronto Island for a breathtaking view of the waterfront while taking a walk or riding a bike. Or, for those seeking out some culture, take in some of the city's impressive array of museums, or visit one of the many festivals, parks and vibrant neighborhoods.

Just 85 miles southeast of the city, a trip to the Niagara Falls is a must. One of the seven natural wonders of the world, Niagara Falls is the most powerful waterfall in North America and is renowned for its breathtaking beauty. Experience how one-fifth of the world's fresh water crashes down into the basin below onboard the Maid of Mist boat tour, or take a walk behind the Falls. On the way back, explore the beauty of the vineyards and taste world-class wines along Niagara's scenic Wine Route.

Heading west, no trip to Canada would be complete without taking in the Canadian Rockies. Banff National Park is a great place to start and is perfect for a road trip, as well as for hiking and wildlife viewing. Enjoy the stunning mountain landscapes and picturesque, crystal-clear lakes - the highlight of which is the magnificent Lake Louise – and you’ll probably get to see plenty of snow on the glaciers too. Further north lies Jasper National Park, again staggeringly beautiful and an ideal place to stop off and explore before heading south towards Vancouver on the West Coast.

Famous for its spectacular setting on the Fraser River Delta jutting out into the Pacific, Vancouver is the ultimate in modern, cosmopolitan cities. Offering wonderful sea views from all angles, Vancouver offers a diverse blend of cultures, neighborhoods, activities and shopping opportunities, as well as the relatively mild Pacific Northwest climate. Just a couple of hours up the road is Whistler, Canada's finest four-season resort, which frequently ranks among most people's world top-five winter ski and snowboarding resorts.

Canada truly is a land full of opportunity. Take a hike to the vast wilderness, play few rounds of golf, relax in a spa, enjoy some of the many festivals, shop till you drop... The possibilities are endless.