ACV Launches 2019 Canada Collection

Bruce Parkinson, Open Jaw

Air Canada Vacations has launched its 2019 Canada Collection, featuring 91 vacation packages, which include flight and hotel accommodations, options for stays ranging from three to fifteen nights, and the ability to combine two or more regions. 

“When we dream about our next vacation, we often think of adventures in faraway places,” said Nino Montagnese, Managing Director at Air Canada Vacations. “Our goal with our Canada Collection is to highlight our country’s charm through well-designed, convenient travel packages that let Canadians experience untamed tundra and city flair found in their own backyard.” 

From skiing in Banff, grizzly bear viewing in B.C., witnessing the Northern Lights in the Yukon, or tantalizing taste buds in Toronto or Atlantic Canada, the Canada Collection has been enhanced to include ten of the greatest ski resorts in Western Canada and three in Quebec, plus options for non-skiers like snowmobiling, dogsledding and wildlife adventures. 

It also offers up golfing, camping, cruises and urban getaways as well as Fly & Drive and Fly & Rail vacation options. Packages come with possible inclusions for ski mountain transfers, lift tickets, train tickets or complimentary camping gear, among others. 

Air Canada Vacations has also partnered with Trafalgar to offer additional guided tours. The partnership lets travellers chose among eight Trafalgar Guided Vacations which include local experiences like enjoying Niagara ice wine or a dinner hosted on a family-owned ranch in Kananaskis Valley at the foothills of the Canadian Rockies. 

All packages come with round-trip flights from 63 Canadian cities aboard Air Canada and Air Canada Rouge, as well as hotel accommodations and options for guided tours, activities and car rentals. Travellers can benefit from free seat selection, a $100 future travel credit and 2,000 bonus Aeroplan® Miles per couple. 

Bruce Parkinson

Bruce Parkinson Editor-in-Chief

An observer and analyst of the Canadian and international travel industries for over 25 years, Bruce uses the pre-dawn hours to prepare a daily news and information package to keep industry members up to date.

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