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Vancouver is one of the world's premiere and most beautiful city destinations. It is a young, hip and friendly coastal city which is surrounded by wild and spectacular scenery with ocean in..
You hear it before you see it. The roar is deafening. The sight is awe-inspiring. A light mist catches the wind and lightly dusts your raincoat-donned body in a layer of water fresh from..
The massive land mass of Canada makes it a bit tricky to shortlist destinations down to a manageble size - always a good problem to have. However there is one thing that should be on..
Ottawa is the capital of Canada and is situated in Ontario on the border with Québec.
It has a smaller population than some of Canada's larger cities but it still totals just over a..
Famous around the world for breathtaking scenery, an abundance of protected wildlife, and rich history, Banff National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site right in Canadians’ backyard...
The vibrancy of Toronto extends well beyond its downtown core. The area is home to some of Canada’s biggest attractions: Canada’s Wonderland, the Toronto Zoo, the Ontario Science Centre..
Imagine fluffy white clouds dappling a sky of cobalt blue that seems to stretch forever only to be bounded by the jagged outline of snow covered alps on the horizon. Or a gentle valley..
Legendary Whistler, regarded as one of the top four-season resorts in North America, became even more world-renowned as the site of the alpine and Nordic venues for the Vancouver 2010..
Canada's Festival City
Edmonton hosts more than 30 festivals throughout the year that celebrate music, visual arts, dance, performing arts, sports and film. Throughout the summer festivals..
Banff is a resort town nestled high in the Rocky Mountains of southern Alberta and at 1,383m (around 4,540ft) is recognised as the highest town in Canada. It's only about one and a half..
A four season city should be temperate in spring, warm in the summer, have bright leaves in autumn and white fluffy snowfall in winter. Montréal is a Canadian city that delivers all this..
Many tourist-friendly destinations beckon to the imagination by appealing to one's sense of wonder and discovery, but few are as innately captivating as Québec City. This fortified city on..
The capital city of British Columbia, Victoria boasts many historic buildings and some of the most fascinating museums in Western Canada. The city benefits from one of Canada's mildest..
Surrounded by soaring Rocky Mountain peaks and lush valleys the township of Jasper has a population of just 5,000 residents and a few elk. This UNESCO World Heritage site is a natural..
Nestled in the foothills of the Canadian Rocky Mountains is a destination where uncommon energy transforms dreams into reality. Calgary, a young, vibrant city of over one million people..
Preserved in an era. Nestled in the Southern Labrador oceanscape on Battle Island, without modern annoyances obscuring your view.
For two centuries, Battle Harbour – once known as the..
A billion tons of water moving in and out of Canada's Bay of Fundy twice a day for eternity has created a remarkable and unique seascape between Nova Scotia and its neighbour, New..
Cape St. Mary’s Ecological Reserve is a wonderland for bird watchers and explorers alike. Thousands of gulls, razorbill, common murres, black-legged kittiwakes, northern gannets, and..
Located in the heart of Canada’s west, Saskatchewan has 100,000 lakes and rivers, and more than 50 documented canoe routes.
Among the most popular destinations for canoeists is the..
The world can’t weigh you down when you’re standing on top of it. Considering it took 485,000,000 years to create, it’s hardly surprising what you can find in this place. Not the..
Halifax, Nova Scotia's capital city, was founded in 1749, and is brimming with history. Halifax, Nova Scotia is home to an historic waterfront, galleries, museums, theatres, restaurants..
Extending over 2.5 km, the recreational and tourist Park at the Quays of the Old Port offers a variety of outdoor activities to suit all tastes, including cruises, tours, exhibitions..
Just minutes from the city centre, in the middle of the mighty St. Lawrence River, sit two island retreats. In summer and winter, Montrealers arrive to enjoy their paths and extensive..
Prince Albert National Park of Canada is one of Saskatchewan’s most popular four-season destinations, a place where you can mix northern wilderness encounters with the comforts of a..
The capital city of Saskatchewan is a wonderful place to visit! Home of one of North America’s largest urban parks, Regina’s 2,300-acre Wascana Centre features major attractions..
St. John’s, our province’s capital, is the perfect combination of big city luxury and small town charm. Melded with culture, history, and personality. As the oldest and most easterly..
Tagish - Beautiful lakes, exceptional fishing, Gold Rush history
The town of Tagish is situated around Tagish River (locally known as Six Mile River) the waterway linking Marsh and..
Imagine a place where inlets of the North Atlantic Ocean meet the boreal forest of eastern Newfoundland. Where rocky cliffs provide shelter from a tempestuous sea, only to merge inland into..
Imagine yourself seated on a patch of long grass, looking out over the pristine waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Little fishing boats bounce softly over the waves as the light from the setting..
The picturesque resort community of Waskesiu is located on the eastern shore of Lake Waskesiu in the Prince Albert National Park in central Saskatchewan.
In this beautiful, laid back town..
Over one hundred years ago, reckless adventurers fought their way down the Yukon River by boat on their voyage to the goldfields. Many struggled through the choppy waters of the White Horse..
Manitoba’s capital is a true prairie gem. There are enough attractions and experiences to please culture-seekers, families and outdoor enthusiasts alike. Get a sense of the province’s..
Great Slave Lake stretches to the northern horizon like a vast inland sea. It’s one of the biggest, deepest freshwater lakes on the planet and the second largest lake within Canada. We..
Soak up the spectacular marvels of the Mackenzie Delta, the Beaufort Coast and the Richardson Mountains in the land of the Midnight Sun.
At Inuvik, destination of the famed Dempster..
Wood Buffalo National Park is a northern world all its own, a driveable wilderness at one end of the Mackenzie Highway. Wood Buffalo is one of the largest parks on earth - at 44,807 square..
Waterways, scenic drives and the White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad all converge in historic Carcross, a picturesque village and home of the Carcross/Tagish First Nation. Perhaps the most..
Churchill, Manitoba, a two-and-a-half hour flight north of Winnipeg, Manitoba's capital city, is known around the world as polar bear central. Venture out over the tundra in specially..
Dawson City is the heart of the Klondike Gold Rush! An incredible community that has preserved its past, Dawson City invites you to turn back the pages of time and experience our rich..
Located in the historic community of Eldon, Lord Selkirk Park is infused with the Scottish atmosphere that prevails throughout the community. The park hosts many events with a Celtic..
There is no place more conducive to a dreamy step back in time than the romantic district of Old Montreal. Its cobblestone streets have witnessed the passage of time for more than 360..
Old Quebec, a UNESCO world heritage treasure, is alive with history.
See for yourself with a visit to the Fortifications of Quebec and the Citadel, the city's two main defensive..
Multi-coloured houses, outdoor staircases and small shady streets are all part of the Plateau-where the country's greatest concentration of artists resides. Home to young professionals and..
Victoria-by-the-Sea, a storybook village if ever there was one. The soul of this historic fishing village has been revitalized by the many artists and other creative people who call it..
In April, experience the Arctic from a qamutik (sled) behind an eager team of dogs. You can tour deep fiords or the tundra feeding grounds of Peary caribou. On some tours, you set up a..
Vast blue skies, jagged mountains on a distant horizon, snow peaks reflected in mirrored lakes, and fields and valleys carpeted in green - welcome to Kananaskis Country!Convenient to both..
In 1978, L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site became part of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Sites as the first and only..
The Deh Cho Travel Connection links the Mackenzie, Liard and Alaska Highways, forming a loop through Northern Alberta, the Northwest Territories and British Columbia. In the Northwest..
Nahanni National Park Reserve is definitely one of Canada’s greatest treasures, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. But Nahanni Country is more than the Park. It includes the Nahanni Range and..
Brudenell River is the largest provincial park in eastern Prince Edward Island. In addition to two 18-hole championship golf courses, Brudenell and Dundarave, there is a 9 hole Executive..
Grasslands National Park of Canada, located in southwest Saskatchewan, is a prairie sanctuary where you can see some of the last untouched prairie left in North America. Here rolling..
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