• ATOL Protected

    All of our holidays that include flights are protected by the ATOL scheme from the moment you book. So if one of our suppliers fails, you’ll get your money back. If you’re left stranded abroad, a flight home will be arranged at no extra cost. Our ATOL number is 11806

  • ABTA Protected

    As proud ABTA members we deliver the highest standards when it comes to our holidays. So if you book with us you’re guaranteed the best service. Our ABTA number is P8283, Y6720.

  • Secure trust account

    Unlike many other travel companies we operate on a trust account model. Once we’ve paid the airline for your flights, the rest of your money is held in a trust account. We do not have access to this directly and can only withdraw funds when you are back home from holiday

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Avg weather in September
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    Canada weather September

    What's the weather like in Canada in September?

    In September, temperatures in Canada are starting to get cooler as the autumn sets in. Vancouver is pleasantly mild, perfect for exploring the city, while Banff has lovely warm daytime temperatures but nights are cold. Located in the east of the country near the border with the United States, Toronto is slightly warmer than the west coast towns and cities at this time of year.


    In Banff, temperatures in September reach a daytime average of 16°C, dropping to lows of a chilly 3°C at night. With just over 40mm of rain expected during the month, almost half of the days in September will have wet weather, and snow is possible. In Vancouver, temperatures in September hover around 15°C in the daytime, with highs of 18°C and lows of 10°C at night. With around eight rainy days, September is a relatively dry month. Toronto is slightly warmer, with highs of 20°C in the daytime, although the temperature dips to a chilly 9°C after dark.

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