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Canary Islands 2022

Tenerife is the island of a thousand experiences. You can get lost in nature, relax on the beach, climb Teide (a local volcano), go shopping, see a show, walk the old town cobbles or simply enjoy life at your leisure. In Tenerife, options for your leisure time are endless thanks to its warm year-round climate, beautiful natural surroundings and tourist infrastructure designed to let you make the most of your holiday.

Travac’s adventure to the Canary Islands includes round trip airfare; 2 nights’ accommodation in Madrid with breakfast daily; 19 nights (3 week trips), 26 nights (4 week trip), or 33 nights (5 week trip) accommodation in Tenerife with breakfast and dinner daily, transfers in Europe and the services of a Travac Tours Director.

This exciting winter holiday option is available at an incredible deal.  Join our adventure, book today!

Please note: Departure schedule will vary according to the date selected.

Dates and pricing for 2022:

February 14- March 8, 2022

3 Weeks

Total selling price including all taxes:

Double occupancy: $3939 per person ($3179 + taxes of $760).

Single occupancy:  $5329 ($4569 + taxes of $760).

February 28- March 22, 2022

3 Weeks

Total selling price including all taxes:

Double occupancy: $3939 per person ($3179 + taxes of $760).

Single occupancy: $5329 ($4569 + taxes of $760).

February 21- March 22, 2022

4 Weeks

Total selling price including all taxes:

Double occupancy: $4399 per person ($3639+ taxes of $760).

Single occupancy: $6259 ($5499 + taxes of $760).

February 14- March 22, 2022

5 Weeks

Total selling price including all taxes:

Double occupancy: $4759 per person ($3999 + taxes of $760).

Single occupancy: $7869 ($6329 + taxes of $760).

Tour Itinerary


Day 1

You will make your own way to Montreal for your overnight Air Transat flight to Madrid.

Day 2

Upon arrival in Madrid, you will be met by your Travac Tours Director and will be transferred by private coach to your hotel for an overnight stay in the heart of the city. (4 Star Hotel Emperador or similar)

Day 3

This morning, you will be transferred by private coach from your hotel to the airport for your Air Europa flight to Tenerife. (B)

Day 3-20 (3 week stays); 3-28 (4 week stay); 3-35 (5 week stay)

During your stay at Hotel Semiramis, breakfast and dinner are included.

Upon arrival in Tenerife, you will be transferred to your hotel (Hotel Semiramis) by private coach. Your Travac Tours Director will assist you with check-in. Your time in the Canary Islands is at your leisure. Your Travac Tours Director will be available to assist you with any special needs that you might have. Travac does not organize independent optional excursions but will advise you of excursions that are available from local suppliers.

 

Day 21 (3 week stays); 29 (4 week stay); 36 (5 week stay)

Today your Travac Tours Director will assist you with checkout, and you will be transferred to the airport by private coach for your flight from Tenerife to Madrid. You will overnight in Madrid at an airport hotel.(4-Star Hotel TYRP Madrid Alameda or similar).

Day 22 (3 week stays); 30 (4 week stay); 37 (5 week stay)

This morning, you will be transferred by private coach to the airport for your return flight to Ottawa. Your Travac Tours Director will be there to assist with you check-in but will remain in Madrid.(B)

 

Please note that you are required to have a valid Canadian passport with you.  All other nationalities other than Canadian persons must identify themselves to the booking agent for verification of documents required. 

At the time of travel, you will be required to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination.

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Hotel Information


Hotel Best Semiramis

Hotel website


Hotel Rating

Hotel Address
Calle Leopoldo Cólogan Zulueta, 12
Puerto de la Cruz, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
38400
+34 922 37 32 00


Hotel Emperador (or similar)

Hotel website


Hotel Rating

Hotel Address
C/ Gran Vía, 53
Madrid, Spain
28013
+34 915 47 28 00


TRYP Madrid Alameda Aeropuerto Hotel

Hotel website


Hotel Rating

Hotel Address
Av. de Logroño, 100
Madrid, Spain
28042
+34 912 76 47 47



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Victoria Independent Stay Put Vacation at the Royal Scot

January 18 – February 15, 2022

The coastal serenity that awaits you in British Columbia’s capital city is unlike any other. Victoria’s mild climate and walkable city limits make this island oasis an ideal winter getaway. Nicknamed “the garden city” for good reason, Victoria’s radiant west-coast terrain is home to some of Canada’s most acclaimed gardens and parks. While the rest of the country is covered in snow, spring in Victoria begins in January, making this a fantastic time to experience all the city has to offer. Whether exploring Victoria’s quaint downtown core, taking an historical walking tour, spotting a whale, or indulging in the breathtaking beauty of the surrounding beaches and rainforests, there is no shortage of adventure to experience at your own pace.

Travac’s marvelous winter escape to Victoria includes 4 weeks accommodation at the Royal Scot, located in the heart of the city just steps from the Inner Harbour and within walking distance to Beacon Hill Park, Fisherman’s Wharf, Ogden Point, and several neighbourhood amenities. Each suite comes complete with a fully equipped kitchen, and laundry is available on-site.

Refresh and recharge this winter with Travac in the city of wide-open spaces. Whether you’d like to experience the vibrant offerings of a cultural centre within a safe and physically-distanced environment, indulge in the beauty of Victoria’s acclaimed gardens and natural surroundings, or simply relax in the blissful tranquility of the Pacific coast, this holiday has it all. Book early to avoid disappointment!

Travac is also offering independent stay-put vacations to Victoria at the Parkside Hotel & Spa.  For more information on these dates, please click here.

The Sunken Garden at Butchart Gardens, a National Historic Site

Hotel Information


Royal Scot Hotel & Suites


Hotel Rating

Hotel Address
425 Quebec Street
Victoria, BC
V8V 1W7
1-800-663-7515



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Newfoundland

 Newfoundland

Grand Tour of Newfoundland

Travac would like to take you to the most easterly edge of North America……Newfoundland!

This summer– join Travac as we travel to the province where the Vikings first landed over 1000 years ago leaving their indelible mark. You’ll have a chance to visit the oldest settlement and the oldest city in North America. At the same time you will traverse this vast land with its relatively small population and meet some of its friendly inhabitants. Here you can immerse yourself in the solitude of the provinces wilderness one day and embrace its vibrant culture the next.

Your tour covers over 3300 kilometers of beautiful scenery and will take you from Newfoundland’s vibrant towns to its quaint villages and outports.  You will follow stunning coastlines and take in some of the most incredible sky-scapes that you will ever see. You will visit Gros Morne National Park, UNESCO National Historic Site L’Anse aux Meadows, Trinity and Bonavista as well as many quaint and picturesque villages as you head into St. John’s.

Your first step to secure your space on this exciting adventure is to simply call Travac Tours and have one of our helpful agents reserve your spot.

Tour Itinerary


Day 1

Today you will depart Ottawa Airport for your flights to Deer Lake. Upon your arrival you will be transferred to your hotel in Gros Morne National Park. This world heritage site takes its name from Newfoundland’s second highest mountain peak

Overnight in Cow Head or Rocky Harbour


Day 2

Gros Morne Park is famous for its spectacular scenery. Apart from enjoying this incredible landscape by land, you will also venture off on a boat tour within the park on Bonne Bay. This will allow you an entirely different perspective on the millennia old striking landscapes. It will also give you the opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty of the region.

Overnight in Cow Head or Rocky Harbour


Day 3

Moving north we will visit the Port au Choix National Historic Site. Here you’ll find the crossroads of 6000 years of human history. The sea’s bounty drew Maritime Archaic Indian, Dorset and Groswater Paleoeskimo, and Recent Indian’s here long before Europeans arrived. Seals on passing iceflows were hunted by the Dorset and used for food, shelter and clothing.

Overnight in St. Anthony’s


Day 4

This morning you will make your way to the UNESCO National Historic Site, L’Anse aux Meadows. It was here in 1960 that a group of archeologists discovered the remains of what was an ancient Norse encampment that would have housed as many as 100 Vikings. While here, you will have a chance to view some of the recovered artifacts. Your guide will also go over how the encampment was discovered. Near the original encampment are several re-created sod and timber buildings depicting how life was lived 1,000 years ago.

In the afternoon, we will take a guided tour of Sir Wilfred Grenfell Mission. The Grenfell Mission provided some of the earliest permanent medical services in Labrador and northern Newfoundland. Before the mission opened its first hospital at Battle Harbour in 1893, almost no health-care resources existed in the area.

Overnight in St. Anthony’s


Day 5

This morning we will leave the northern peninsula. There will still be many opportunities to enjoy its natural beauty and you driver will make stops along our route in order to allow time for picture taking.

Overnight in Rocky Harbour


Day 6

After breakfast, we will make our way to Gander. Gander is most famous for the role that it has played in Canadian aviation history. This role extends back the 1930’s and was most prominent in World War II when over 10,000 airmen were stationed in Gander. Most of the streets in Gander are named after famous aviators, such as Amelia Earhart, Alcock and Brown, Charles Lindbergh, Eddie Rickenbacker, Marc Garneau and Chuck Yeager.

Overnight in Gander


Day 7

Today you will make your way to visit Twillingate, one of the most picturesque outports in all of Newfoundland. Located on the northeastern shore of Newfoundland, Twillingate is affectionately known as the ‘Iceberg Capital of the World’. Twillingate was once an active fishing community and is one of the oldest ports on the island.

Overnight in Clarenville


Day 8

Your journey today will take you to Bonavista and Trinity. In Bonavista you will have the chance to view the cliffs and enjoy the wonderful coastal scenery. It was here that John Cabot made landfall in 1497. This is also a major center for the fishing industry in Newfoundland. From Bonavista you will continue on to Trinity. Trinity is one of the oldest communities in North America and is a gem of a village.

Overnight in Clarenville


Day 9

Today will take you into St. John’s, the capital of Newfoundland. A stop at Cape Spear with a tour will be made onroute.

After time for lunch (on your own) in St. John’s, we will embark on a 3 hour city tour. The city enjoys a long and vibrant history as the oldest English-founded city in North America. While the city owes a great deal to the fishing industry, it has been transformed into a modern city famed for its nightlife and its rich musical culture. Evening is free.

Overnight St. John’s


Day 10

This morning you will travel down the Avalon Peninsula to the town of Bay Bulls. From here you will make your way to Witless Bay where you will embark on a boat tour and have a chance to view thousands of Atlantic Puffins, Murres and other seabirds that make their home here in the summer.

Tonight there will be a farewell dinner.

Overnight St. John’s


Day 11

Your guide will advise you of your transfer time to the airport for your return flights back to Ottawa from St. John’s. We are sure that you will have many fond memories of your wonderful Newfoundland experience.

Itinerary Subject to Change


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Important Information


Itinerary subject to change.

Please note that you are required to have valid Government issued photo-identification with you (driver’s license or passport).




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