From seeing Killer Whales (Orcas) in Johnstone Strait to swimming in the warm waters of Desolation Sound, both adults and kids can have an amazing outdoor experience and reconnect with nature on a Wildcoast kayak vacation.
According to Ranch Rider, the Calgary Stampede, known as “The Greatest Outdoor Show On Earth,” should be billed as every city slicker’s rite of passage to the west.
Canada accounts for more than 80 per cent of worldwide production of maple syrup and nowhere more so than in the Province of Ontario, the world's fourth largest producer.
Prince Edward Island is the perfect province to cycle. The Confederation Trail runs tip-to-tip from Tignish to Elmira and includes 400 kilometers of excellent rolled stone dust surface for cycling.
You can have a romantic time in Ontario, Canada all year round not just Valentine's Day. There are a host of experiences available that will make you fall in love with the province too.
For its 59th edition, the Quebec Winter Carnaval provides visitors with a unique winter experience including four new activities.
For train enthusiasts, the consummate rail journey in Canada is the Canadian – a trip from Toronto to Vancouver that traverses 4,345 km (2,700 miles) in four days, showcasing everything from immense boreal forests to the Prairies and the peaks of the Rockies.
The blogosphere and ski reports are lighting up with the best early season snow conditions North America has seen in years, setting the stage for what promises to be an epic season for skiers and boarders.
For those who fancy sampling the winter wonderland scenery of the Canadian Rockies, North America specialist, Bon Voyage, has introduced a new fly-drive holiday taking in some of its finest alpine scenery and incorporating stays in Banff, Lake Louise and Calgary.
February in Canada may be synonymous with snow, chilly winds and low temperatures but don't let that fool you. Canadians still find ways to heat things up for Valentine's Day.
Elliston in Newfoundland and Labrador has long been a home to food secrets. In fact 130 root cellars dotted across the coastal landscape literally hide away the small towns vegetable supply, and make for a unique tourist attraction.
To be the very best, you have to learn from the very best. That’s why International Academy (IA), with more than 12 years of experience, offers only the highest quality instructor programmes in partnership with resident ski and snowboard schools in selected world-class resorts.
St. John's, the capital of the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador, is the perfect combination of big-city luxury and small-town charm. As the oldest and most easterly city in North America, this is where heritage lives.
Mount Norquay in Banff has opened due to early snow falls already in Banff and Lake Louise. Mt. Norquay will be the first ski resort to open in Canada this season with a combination of 30 cm of natural and manmade snow providing the best opening skiing conditions ever.
Shangri-La Hotel, has opened on Canada's grand ceremonial boulevard, University Avenue, in the heart of its largest city, Toronto, Ontario.
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