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The vast northern neighbour of the USA is an attractive destination offering unspoilt nature, great outdoors and multicultural, cosmopolitan cities. Our US car hire comparison will give you live prices and instant confirmation. Include optional extras with your USA rental car and chose unlimited mileage and collison damage waiver. Car hire Canada couldn't be easier with our simple price comparison tool.
With your Canada rental car collected from the airport a good place to begin your adventure is in sophisticated Vancouver on the Pacific coast. After exploring the many galleries, museums and bars, take a rest in Stanley Park, Canada's largest city park. Leave the city to explore the natural attractions of British Columbia, driving along the rugged coastline, past sandy beaches, wineries, forests and crystal blue lakes. With nine national parks, the province is also home to Canada's only desert, Okanagan, a great chance for a bit of 'off roading'!
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Neighbouring Alberta boasts the famous Rocky Mountains, perfect for a self-drive holiday. Drive along the Icefields Parkway or go hiking in a national park. Lakes, forests and wide open spaces lead to the capital Edmonton, featuring plenty of reminders of the Klondike Gold Rush of 1897. Each July, Edmonton celebrates the Klondike Days festival, commemorating the gold rush.
Canada's largest province Quebec is French speaking territory and Montreal is its biggest city with a thriving arts scene and French flair. Quebec has three national parks and wildlife here includes roaming caribou and moose. If you like fishing, this is the province for you.
Drive your Canada hire car to one of the 100,000 lakes and sample some plump trout or salmon. The coastline along Hudson Bay is lined with spectacular rocky fjords and deep canyons. Manitoba, also on the shores of Hudson Bay, offers a pulsating multiethnic mix including Italian, Icelandic and Japanese. Also known as the Great White North, Manitoba has more sunshine than the rest of Canada. Its varied landscape includes an arctic coastline and blooming fields as well as abundant wildlife with beavers and polar bears.
Ontario is the most populated province and its capital Toronto is possibly Canada's most sophisticated city, with plenty of shops and museums set against historical buildings. With five national parks in this province, getting away from the urban centres often brings up more beavers than people. The most famous attraction here however is the stunning Niagara Falls, right on the US border.