Active holiday specialists Great Canadian Trails has introduced a no deposit booking offer to give travellers the peace of mind to book their next hiking and cycling trip for 2020 or 2021.
Great Canadian Trails manager Nathalie Gauthier said the offer is designed to remove any financial risk to travellers who are ready to start planning their next trip, and be the first in line when it’s possible to explore once again.
Gauthier explained: “We expect a renewed interest in active outdoor experiences, particularly remote and wilderness trips. Canada is the perfect destination for this type of travel, and our experience will serve us well as travellers are likely travel closer to home in the short term.”
In addition to the $0 booking offer, Great Canadian Trails have further enhanced their operating procedures and practices, adding new measures around COVID-19 to ensure travellers’ safety and minimize the risk of spreading the virus.
The new COVID-19 specific practices include new screening procedures for client’s pre-departure, rules to ensure all passengers travelling in group vehicles wear masks, deep cleaning of vehicles and equipment, and new regulations governing food preparation.
Great Canadian Trails supports different networks of trails around the country. Included in all tour packages which use The Great Trail is a $50 donation to support the pan-Canadian project; on the Bruce Trail to the Bruce Trail Conservancy; and on the East Coast Trail to the East Coast Trail Association.
Its supported formula allows travellers to cycle, paddle, or hike without the burden of carrying their luggage, whether on a guided or supported self-guided holiday. Great Canadian Trails’ trip ranges from a challenging hike in the Yukon on the Tombstone Range with an expert wilderness guide to more leisurely multi-day bike rides in Quebec’s Laurentians on Le P’tit Train du Nord rail trail with luggage transfers from inns to inns.
On the cutting edge of adventure travel, Great Canadian Trails crafts itineraries that cater to the individual needs and styles of its travellers.
Hike on over to https://greatcanadiantrails.com/ for more.