Canada Cruises

The call of the wild

Pack your sense of adventure and set sail on a voyage of discovery with an unforgettable Canada cruise holiday from Kenwood Travel. When you’re not exploring the country’s historic French and English-speaking cities, picture-perfect lakes and mountains, and enchanting wildlife, enjoy special onboard experiences with unrivalled service.

Handcrafted Cruise Packages


Expedition along Saint Lawrence

  • 08 Sep 2024 - 19 Sep 2024
  • 11 Nights Le Lyrial

11 nights from £7,760 per person

Holland America Line

7 Nights Canada & New England Discovery

  • 29 Aug 2024 - 07 Sep 2024
  • 7 Nights Zuiderdam
  • 2 Nights in Quebec
  • Fly Cruise

9 nights including Air France flights from £2,687 per person

Hurtigruten Expeditions

8 nights From Halifax to Boston

  • 13 Sep 2024 - 21 Sep 2024
  • 8 Nights MS Roald Amundsen

8 nights from £2,763 per person

Oceania Cruises

10 Nights Couleurs Du Quebec - Montreal to Montreal

  • 23 Sep 2024 - 06 Oct 2024
  • 10 Nights Insignia
  • 3 Nights in Montreal
  • Fly Cruise

13 nights including Air Canada flights from £4,403 per person

Oceania Cruises

11 Nights Autumnal Allure - Montreal to New York

  • 28 Oct 2024 - 08 Nov 2024
  • 11 Nights Insignia

11 nights from £2,742 per person


The St. Lawrence River in the Heart of the Boreal Winter

  • 17 Jan 2025 - 29 Jan 2025
  • 12 Nights Le Commandant Charcot

12 nights from £17,590 per person

Helpful Tips Before You Go

  • Temperatures can fluctuate depending on where you are and what you’re doing. You might be city sightseeing in the morning and then hiking through the mountains in the afternoon, so you need clothing that reflects this. Wearing layers is one of the best ways to keep you feeling comfortable throughout the day.
  • Make sure you have water-resistant clothing packed in your suitcase as the weather in Canada can be changeable.
  • Have a look at the onshore excursions you might be interested in and book them in advance before your cruise, as they sell out very quickly.
  • The season for Canada cruises runs from May to October. And the peak time for Canada cruise holidays is August to October, with all the fall colours of nature at their most vibrant.
  • The currency in Canada is the Canadian dollar. Most major credit cards are also accepted as payment across the country, but we recommend you check with your bank before you leave for your cruise.

Things to Do

  • Marvel at the scenery. Canada is well-known for its incredible natural beauty, with a magnificent array of stunning biomes to explore and photograph. Let this country take your breath away as you behold vast mountain ranges like the Rockies, as well as the glacial wonders of Alaska, verdant rainforest, and sights like the unforgettable Niagara Falls.
  • Discover local culture. From the vibrant local scenes of the cities you call at, boasting plenty of landmarks to explore, to the heritage of the indigenous people of the region. One great way to discover this is with the restored totem poles in Stanley Park, learning about the lineage, history, important events and persons they were made to honour.
  • Spot local wildlife. Take a whale-watching trip in Newfoundland, one of Canada's iconic cruise destinations, and spot these incredible animals breaching in the waters. Spot puffins as well, as well as other animals like otters, bears, killer whales and more.
  • Explore Canadian history and world heritage sites. From incredible museums to sites like UNESCO World Heritage town Lunenberg, you'll have limitless opportunities to discover the unique historical landmarks of colonial Canada, as well as the long, rich history of the indigenous tribes.
  • Try local experiences. It would be unthinkable to visit Canada without trying poutine, however bizarre it might seem to traditional British sensibilities, and there's so much else to discover. Take a Rocky Mountaineer train ride, sample local Canadian wines or visit a winery, or check out local festivals.

Cruise & Rail Packages

Why not add a land and rail package to your cruise?  This is a great option if you want to learn more about the country from the perspective of both land and sea. Sail into charming port towns and cities then jump aboard a train to get even closer to Canada’s naturally stunning landscapes. Not to be missed is the legendary Rocky Mountaineer, which takes passengers on scenic rail journeys across the Canadian Rockies. You’ll pass through tree-covered valleys and past snow-capped mountains, with glass-dome windows maximising the views. It’s surely the most luxurious way to discover Western Canada, and features such as gourmet meals and local wines serve to further elevate the experience. Trips start from two days with overnight hotel stays and stop-off points include Vancouver, Whistler, and Kamloops.

Why Book With Kenwood Travel

Book your Canadian cruise with confidence with Kenwood Travel. We have decades of first hand experience in finding our customers their dream Cruise holiday and we’re both ABTA and ATOL protected. Our comprehensive knowledge of cruise holidays and what makes them so special means you get an adventure you’ll never forget. At Kenwood Travel, we carefully choose the cruise lines and partners we work with because we know our customers deserve nothing less than the best. We offer a range of cruises to Canada, with the perfect itinerary to suit every type of traveller. But if you want something more bespoke, we can make this happen too. Just get in touch with our dedicated cruise specialists on 020 7749 5484.

Ports of Call & Places to Explore



Often ranked as one of the world's most gorgeous cities, this is one of the most unmissable ports of call on your Canada cruise. Famous for its cosmopolitan vibe, as well as an endless array of museums, galleries, and historic neighbourhoods, you'll have plenty to explore while you're here. There's plenty of festivals and nightlife opportunities year-round, providing untold excitement for your time ashore.



A sightseeing trip around the city of Victoria wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the Royal BC Museum. It’s considered to be one of the best museums in the world and covers the natural and human history of British Columbia. Artifacts, life-sized displays, and highly-realistic recreations can all be enjoyed as you explore its three permanent galleries. Bringing things right up to date is an IMAX movie theatre screening family friendly nature documentaries.



The east coast of Newfoundland offers fantastic opportunities for whale watching and is a popular destination on Canadian cruises. As is the port of St John’s, where you can join boat trips out to see humpback whales swimming and frolicking. Seeing these mammals leap out the water will take your breath away, with icebergs and nesting puffins just some of the other magical sights to expect.

Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia

Make port in Halifax in Nova Scotia greeted by bagpipes, and prepare to discover the many wonders of the region. Here, visit vineyards or conduct wine tastings, take tours of local landmarks like Peggy Cove's lighthouse or the Citadel, take a walk through the beautiful parks, or sample local foodie hotspots.

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Talk to our expert

Our dedicated team brings years of expertise to curating unforgettable cruise holidays, ensuring that every aspect of your voyage is nothing short of perfection.

Emma Sanger-Horwell
Emma Sanger-Horwell
Cruise Expert

Emma Sanger-Horwell, head of cruise. A multi award winning industry veteran with over 30 years experience in the Cruise and luxury travel industry. One of the very first Clia Cruise Masters, she has sailed to all seven continents and visited more than 100 different countries.

Emma is always happy to hear from you, have a chat or help in any way she can. You can reach her by email or phone.

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