Rocky Mountaineer. What a way to see the magnificent Rocky Mountains: from the glass‐domed cars of the iconic Rocky Mountaineer. This two‐day journey, between Vancouver and either Banff or Jasper, covers 1,400 of the most breath‐taking kilometers on the planet. Fine dining, first‐class service, spectacular hotels along the way and even open-air vestibules to get your guests closer to mother nature, means this journey is second to none. Your group will form a timeless bond in the confined but roomy atmosphere of the world-renowned train.
Banff and Lake Louise. Banff and Lake Louise: their very names inspire visions of towering peaks overlooking beautiful valleys with postcard‐worthy views everywhere one turns. At Lake Louise, brainstorming sessions spark up just about anywhere: skating past an ice castle, on sleigh rides across a lakeside trail, over a blazing bonfire at the Brewster Dance Barns. Consider the five-star lux accommodations, a mountain of active adventures and restorative spaces, state-of-the-art venues — including the Banff Gondola at the summit of Sulphur Mountain and the Banff Centre for the Arts & Creativity — and you soon understand why Banff is a classic destination for meetings and incentives.
Niagara Falls. Home to one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, Niagara Falls is a place to inspire wonder. From world‐class vineyards to top-notch entertainment to delectable dining overlooking awe-inspiring views, everything about Niagara will engage your group. This prime destination is just 90 minutes from Toronto Pearson International Airport (Canada's largest airport) or 45 minutes from Buffalo Niagara International.
Québec City. Québec City, filled with European charm and history, is a city of spectacular sights. Built on a cliff high over the St. Lawrence River, this 400‐year‐old city — no less than the birthplace of French civilization in North America! — is also home to a vibrant nightlife and the finest French cuisine. Tack on its intriguing history (must-see is the Plains of Abraham/Battle of Québec), a winter-only ice hotel, festivals throughout the summer and excursions to nearby Montmorency Falls, and you have a magical destination for lucky attendees or incentive winners.
Whistler. You think Whistler is all about the winter activities? Sure, you can come here and compete on the tracks and mountains which hosted the 2010 Olympic Winter Games, but Whistler is all about summer games, too. Home to lux brands such as Fairmont and Four Seasons, Whistler has been voted Canada’s #1 golf destination by Golf Digest and is ranked 20th in the world. Fine dining abounds in gourmet restaurants where you can sabre your champagne before sipping or at private lakeside, mountaintop events where the view competes with the menu and entertainment. Off-site venues such as the Lil'wat Cultural Centre or the Audain Art Museum offer uniquely Canadian immersive experiences for private group functions.