Lumberjacks, beavers, hockey fanatics, Mounties and maple syrup spring to mind. While Canada certainly offers all of these traditional associations in abundance, this awe-inspiring country has so much more to offer than a slew of clichés. With its unrivalled outdoor adventure opportunities, unforgettable natural landscapes and exceptionally cosmopolitan and progressive cities, Canada has much to offer those seeking cutting-edge culture as well as adventure junkies looking for a serious adrenaline kick.

Popular destinations in Canada include the magnificent Rocky Mountains around Banff and Lake Louise, high-end luxury ski resorts such as Whistler and Blackcomb, the French-speaking cities of Montreal and Quebec, and the uber-cool and ever-bustling urban centres of Vancouver and Toronto.

There is much more to explore in Canada. Churchill in the north, for example, is polar bear capital of the world. While Vancouver Island is waiting to be discovered. With some special ingredients: wilderness and various Indian tribes. An ideal country to explore on your own.

Whether you want to visit an Inuit hut in Nunavut, take a dogsled ride through the Yukon to see the spectacular Northern Lights light up the night sky, or indulge in a lovely high tea on Vancouver Island, you are sure to find plenty of activities to keep you blissfully engaged in this extraordinarily diverse and incomprehensibly vast nation.

Travel Information


Canadian appliances operate on 110 volts and the cycle is 60Hz, which is identical to the US voltage. Main wall sockets and plugs are two parallel flat…

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CurrencyThe Canadian dollar is the currency of Canada. It is abbreviated with the dollar sign $, or sometimes C$ to distinguish it from other dollar-denominated…

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Tap water is safe to drink and food safety standards are high. If camping in the backcountry, you should be aware of the risks of giardia, where water…

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Canada’s climate is not as cold all year round as you might think.  Winter temperatures fall below freezing in most of Canada but the South Western…

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Direct flights connect the major cities with the larger Canadian airports, and frequent connecting flights will help you get to any Canadian destination…

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Winter: warm coat/parka, fleece (pants, tops, etc.), undershirt and long johns (underpants), warm hat, gloves, and scarf, clothes you would wear in early…

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Nestled high in the Canadian Rockies, the resort town of Banff is the largest in Banff National Park and is renowned for its breathtaking scenery, artsy…

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Campbell River

Dubbed the ‘Salmon Capital of the World’, Campbell River is a coastal city in British Columbia located on the eastern shore of Vancouver Island. This thriving…

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Located in British Columbia, Canada, the little village of Chase is known for its forestry and tourism industries. This vibrant little village is set on the…

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Located in the lush North Thompson River Valley, Clearwater is the name of both the district and the little town in the Canadian province of British…

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Situated in the Laurentides region of Central Quebec, Ferme-Neuve is a municipality in Canada. Ferme-Neuve, meaning ‘New Farm’, spreads out from the shores of the beautiful…

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Situated in the heart of the Muskoka, Ontario, Huntsville is the largest town in the region.This picturesque town is home to a variety of theatres, museums,…

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Jasper, set at the heart of Canada’s Jasper National Park in the awe-inspiring Canadian Rockies, retains its timeless appeal as a peaceful, unpretentious, and friendly former…

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Keene is located in the province of Ontario in southeast Canada. A pretty town found within an incredibly scenic region, Keene makes a great getaway destination,…

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Manning Park

Manning Park is located in the province of British Columbia in southwest Canada. It is close to the border with the United States and its popular…

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Set on an island in the Saint Lawrence River, Montreal, the largest city in Canada’s Quebec Province, is famous for its arts, design, and fantastic cuisine….

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Niagara Falls Ontario

Situated on the western bank of the Niagara River, in the Golden Horseshoe region of Southern Ontario, the city of Niagara Falls is home to one…

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Osoyoos is situated in the Okanagan Valley in the Canadian province of British Columbia. It is a town surrounded by semi-arid desert, vineyards and magnificent mountains….

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Ottawa is Canada’s capital, a dynamic showcase city of more than one million people. Located in Ontario on the Quebec border, it’s a place where you’ll…

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Quebec City

Immerse yourself in a place often compared to a European village, yet distinctly Canadian. Pretend to be royal when sleeping in a hotel that seems like…

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At the edge of Quebec’s inhabited world lies the touristy Saguenay. Popular attraction number one is the Saguenay Fjord, a deep, impressive gorge that cuts through…

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Situated in the Maurice region of Quebec, the quaint Canadian village of Saint-Alexis-des-Monts is tucked away amidst the valleys and hills of the Laurentian Mountains. Idyllically…

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Situated in the Matawinie Regional County Municipality of Quebec, Canada, Saint-Michel-des-Saints is a not-to-be-missed destination. This small village is encircled by a meandering river and surrounded…

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A blend of quirky bohemian culture and incredible scenic beauty make Tadoussac one of Canada’s most enchanting destinations. Perched at the neck of the breathtaking Saguenay…

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Toronto, the capital city of Ontario, is a vibrant, multi-cultural city that boasts an incredible range of attractions and events. Perhaps its best-known landmark is the…

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Located on the Ucluelet Peninsula on the scenic west coast of Vancouver, British Columbia, Ucluelet is renowned for its breathtaking scenery, thriving eco-tourism and abundant culinary…

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Vancouver is located at Canada’s southwestern border. The city of Vancouver boasts majestic mountains, sparkling ocean, rainforests and beautiful foliage in all four seasons. A vast…

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Resting at the foot of the twin Whistler and Blackcomb peaks amidst the Coast Mountains, the charming village of Whistler is located north of Vancouver in…

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