Kensington Palace on Monday announced an itinerary which will see the Royals travel to British Columbia province and Yukon territory.After beginning the tour in Victoria, the capital of British Columbia, they will travel to Vancouver.The trip will then continue to the island village of Bella Bella, the Heiltsuk Indian Reserve, and the Great Bear Rainforest. Justin Trudeau and his family react after he was named the new leader of the Liberal Party of Canada in OttawaCredit:Reuters The tour will end in Victoria – which was named after William’s great-great-great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria – on October 1.The Duke and Duchess have visited the country before, as newly-weds in 2011.This time they are widely anticipated to be accompanied by their young family.Prince George, three, and his sister stayed behind in the UK with their nanny when the Duke and Duchess visited India and Bhutan earlier this year.Prince George previously travelled to Australia and New Zealand with his parents in 2014 when he was nine months old.Mr Trudeau’s youth, popularity at the polls and keen eye for a media opportunity have seen him create social media frenzies more usually seen around pop stars.The Liberal leader once fought and won a charity boxing match against a Canadian Conservative senator in 2012. He did a striptease down to his vest for charity in 2011 and has a tattoo of planet Earth inside a Haida raven on his left bicep. Earlier this year, he became the first Canadian prime minister to march in a gay pride parade and also performed one-armed press ups to demonstrate his country’s readiness for the Invictus Games.Mr Trudeau was elected last year, ending almost 10 years of Conservative rule in Canada. But their official visit to the wilderness of western Canada raises the prospect of the country’s majestic scenery being used as backdrops for joint photo shoots with the young Royals and the Trudeaus.Interest in the visit will be heightened because the Duke and Duchess are widely expected to be accompanied by Prince George and Princess Charlotte, marking the first official royal tour for their 15-month-old daughter. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Great Bear RainforestCredit:Rex They are two of the most photographed young families in the world, whose every move is captured by banks of lenses.Now a Royal trip to Canada may unite the two most telegenic families on the planet in a visit being billed as a “match made in paparazzi heaven”.The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will fly to Canada late next month for an official visit featuring bear spotting and trips to unspoilt temperate rainforest, after accepting a formal invitation from the country’s prime minister, Justin Trudeau. The forest known as the Amazon of the North stretches for more than 250 miles along the Pacific coast of British Columbia and is the only home of the rare Kermode, or Spirit bear, which is a sub species of black bear with white fur.The Duke and Duchess will also visit Kelowna in British Columbia, before moving to Whitehorse and Carcross in Yukon, north west Canada, in a region famed for the 1890s Klondike Gold Rush when some 100,000 people flocked to the area trying to find gold.The couple will also journey to Haida Gwaii – a remote archipelago formerly known as the Queen Charlotte Islands – home of the Haida Nation of indigenous people.