A Gift Guide for a Memorable Experience

Shake things up this holiday season with presents that can’t be wrapped.

1. No Limits Heli Adventures Ice Cave Experience




As the name goes, the sky’s the limit with a helicopter tour. Based in Whistler, No Limits Heli Adventures offers a high-alpine flight over glaciers and a professionally guided walk-through of 12,000-20,000-year-old ice caves.



2. Book Orpheus With Unique Homestays




Ideal for the person looking for a Regency-era estate to ring in 2024, this historic manor built for high society in the early 1800s has much of its original decor. The fully renovated estate in Suffolk, England, features a pool, gym, spa, and home theatre.


3. GTA Exotics Supercar Tour



Give the gift of exhilaration with driving luxury vehicles with a professional team in the scenic countryside around Niagara, Ontario. Tours are three or six hours long, and the GTA Exotics fleet has a Lamborghini, Ferrari, and McLaren.


4. Parachute Montréal


Skydiving Experience


For the adventurer in your life, skydiving could be the most adrenaline-fuelled or extraordinary experience to give them this holiday season. With three options for a tandem skydive, Parachute Montréal offers free falls from 20 seconds to one minute and 20 seconds long before the instructor deploys the parachute.


5. Antise Vancouver Pastry Class


Antise Vancouver pastry class Experience

Antise Vancouver


The head chef and assistants at Antise in Gastown lead multiple classes on making desserts including afternoon tea, Italian classics, and gluten-free treats. With a maximum of eight spots, expect lots of hands-on experience and expertise for creating treats to bring home.



6. Banff Trail Riders Sundance Lodge Explorer


Banff Trail Riders Experience

Cowboy Experience Alberta


Roam some of Banff’s most beautiful and striking mountain landscapes in cowboy fashion on a horse, admiring natural wildlife such as elk, deer, and moose. This two-night package from Sundance Lodge includes horseback-riding lessons and a cozy cabin. When the sun sets, sit around the fire and share stories while enjoying a catered gourmet menu.


7. Dark Table Restaurant


Dark Table dining in the dark Experience


For a truly unconventional gastronomic experience, try tasting first-class dishes and wine in pitch black at Vancouver’s Dark Table—a space so dark you cannot see your hand in front of you. Choose your courses before a blind or visually impaired professional staff member takes you inside the restaurant, providing top-notch service and hospitality. No devices or objects that produce light are allowed inside, ensuring the other senses are heightened.