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Those who think Canada think vast lush forests dotted with pristine green-blue lakes, set in the embrace of snowy mountain peaks that reach up into the crisp clean air; or charismatic cities – European-looking in the east and more futuristic in the west – where unique treasures can be found around every corner. And, believe it or not, the country is bound to live up marvellously to these expectations. What’s more – as far as accessible travel is concerned, Canada is one of our recommended destinations for its disabled-friendly features.

Canada’s East

Whenever we organise bespoke disabled holidays to Canada for our clients, we recommend they fly into Toronto, on the east coast of the country. Travelling from east to west Canada is cost- and time efficient, and there are some amazing sights to see underway.


Located on the shores of Lake Ontario, Toronto’s iconic skyline, dominated by the CN Tower, is only the appetiser of what this city has to offer the disabled traveller. From the thrill-seeking edge walk on top of the Tower itself, to the 450 species of animals at Toronto Zoo (which can be visited with discounts with the A2E wallet card), to the countless accessible museums – you will not have a single dull moment in the most populous city of Canada! A day trip to Niagara Falls is a must, and we can organise easy transfers to get you there.

To learn more about what’s to discover in and around Toronto, give us a call and we will tell you all about it.


From Toronto, self-drive or Via Rail services can take disabled travellers to Montreal in just over 5 hours. Having started off as the commercial capital of Canada, the city remains an important hub for many of Canada’s major industries, and it is an official UNESCO City of Design. With all sidewalks being wheelchair accessible at the corners, getting around is relatively easy, and we will be happy to help you decide on what to see and where to stay.

Get in touch so we can help you put together the ideal disability-friendly stay in Montreal.


A 3 and a half hour train ride away from Montreal awaits accessible Québec. Less modern but far more European in style than the western cities, it is a delight to the eye with regards to architecture, water front features, art and exhibitions and much more. In Québec, those accompanying disabled travellers will be able to benefit from financial privileges for multiple transport options, tourist and recreational sites, and entertainment.

Contact us and we’ll help you make all the arrangements necessary to enjoy your city trip to the fullest.

Canada’s West

From the east of Canada, we can arrange easy flights to take you westwards to Calgary, which is a city not to be missed, as well as the perfect base for countless excursions and adventures in nature.

We can provide you with expert recommendations on disability-friendly accommodation and attractions in Calgary.

Banff National Park

One of the many excursions we organise from Calgary is a trip to Banff and the National Park which shares its name.

If you are in need of a break that allows you to get away from it all for a while, Banff National Park could be just the place for you. It’s Canada’s oldest National Park and, encompassing an impressive 2,564 square miles of breathtaking terrain in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, has ever improving disabled facilities. With parking space close to the entrances which feature accessible toilets, you won’t have any trouble starting your adventure comfortably.

If you want to go out and take in some of the incredible nature, you won’t be disappointed. Many trails are level or have gentle slopes, and the well-paved paths allow for easy access with a wheelchair.

Have a picnic at Coral Creek or Bow Lake, take the Banff Gondola up the mesmerising Sulphur Mountain and while you’re there, don’t forget to visit the springs, which are completely wheelchair accessible. Those dealing with hearing and sight problems will enjoy the dedicated facilities at the Cave & Basin centre, and a drive up the Athabasca glacier in a 100% wheelchair-friendly six-wheeled Ice Explorer will leave you with unforgettable memories – and stunning photos to take home.

Feel like an escape into nature? Call us and we’ll design a relaxing trip for you, including a choice of unique and unforgettable excursions.

The Rocky Mountaineer Train

Did you know that you continue your journey towards the west of Canada with a scenic ride in the luxurious Rocky Mountaineer Train? Trains depart from Banff and make overnight stops underway at jaw-dropping Lake Louise and in Kamloops. Pronounced “One of the World’s Ultimate Experiences” by Lonely Planet, it is likely to be the journey of a lifetime.

There are wheelchair accessible coaches, and GoldLeaf Dome Coaches have lifts for guests who have problems using the spiral staircase.

Let us organise your unforgettable train journey – and arrange superb, accessible hotels to overnight underway. Just give us a call at 020 8907 2400.


Being the final stop of your Rocky Mountaineer Train experience from Banff, we recommend spending a few days in the unique city of Vancouver upon arrival.

Besides being attractive from an environmental point of view, physically challenged visitors will love the ease with which they can get to and around the modern city. From transport to shopping to the must-see attractions – in Vancouver you won’t have trouble getting around.

If Vancouver sounds like a good addition to your journey, let us know and we’ll take you there.

Where Will You Go in Canada?

Whether you want to explore the whole country on one unforgettable itinerary, or see parts of it on a shorter accessible trip, we organise individually tailored holidays to countless accessible destinations in Canada – always with your unique needs in mind. Have a look at our portfolio of tested and approved accommodation options, and we can help you find your perfect match over the phone.

Calgary Marriott Hotel is located in the shadow of the city’s most recognizable landmark, the Calgary Tower, and in the heart of Downtown, Calgary’s dining, shopping and theatre district. The Canadian Rocky Mountains and Banff National Park are just an hour away.

Located in the “Heart of the City,” accessible to the theatre district, Eaton Centre Shopping Mall, Queen’s Park, CN Tower and SkyDome.

The Eaton Chelsea Hotel is located in the heart of downtown Toronto, guest accommodations are within minutes of the city’s best theatre, shopping and attractions.

Luxury, naturally inspired – sophisticated and cosmopolitan but casual and contemporary, this downtown Vancouver hotel combines the best of the Pacific Rim in its plan, décor, and culinary offerings, all designed with five star standards and amenities.

The hotel is located beside an enclosed walkway to the Vancouver Convention and Exhibition Center, and is within walking distance from Stanley Park and Gastown.

Only a minute away from Grande-Allée and the Plains of Abraham, it is an obvious selection if you want to stay within Quebec City.

Nestled in a picturesque wilderness set in the heart of the Banff National Park, Lake Louise Inn is the ideal resort hotel from which to enjoy world class outdoor adventure, hearty mountain dining and unforgettable views of the Canandian Rocky Mountain.

Located in the heart of old Québec overlooking the majestic St-Lawrence River, this 100 year old hotel is the city’s most famous landmark.

Located in the heart of the Downtown area across the street from the Ottawa Congress Centre, close to Parliament Hill and many museums and galleries.

Carved in a sulphur mountain protruding dramatically over a vista in Banff, this hotel is unique and offers magnificent views of the area.

Imagine travelling through the Canadian Rockies onboard the award-winning Rocky Mountaineer. Spectacular rail routes highlight the diverse beauty of Canada’s west as guests relax and enjoy the renowned service and gourmet cuisine onboard.

A luxurious and elegant hotel ideally located just minutes from Toronto City Hall, the new entertainment complex, Art Gallery of Ontario, the theatre district, Royal Ontario Museum, and the fashion district.

Calgary Marriott Hotel is located in the shadow of the city’s most recognizable landmark, the Calgary Tower, and in the heart of Downtown, Calgary’s dining, shopping and theatre district. The Canadian Rocky Mountains and Banff National Park are just an hour away.

The Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre is Vancouver’s premier hotel – ideally located in the heart of the city’s business, financial and shopping districts – with magnificent views of the mountains and the Pacific Ocean.

Ideally located in the heart of downtown Ottawa – directly across from Confederation Park and the National Arts Centre. The Lord Elgin Hotel is steps away from the Rideau Canal, Ottawa Congress Centre, Parliament Buildings and the Ottawa Rideau Centre.

Ideally located over Central Station, this is the largest hotel in Montréal and is connected to 7 indoor shopping malls as well as being near to Restaurants and theatres.

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