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Looking for a destination that has it all? Look no further than Canada! With its stunning landscapes, friendly locals, and diverse cultures, Canada offers endless opportunities for adventure and exploration. From the towering peaks of the Rocky Mountains in Alberta to the charming 400-years-old streets of Quebec City, whether you’re indulging in delicious poutine, exploring world-class museums, or watching the whales off the coast of British Columbia, Canada has something for everyone. So what are you waiting for? Book your trip now and get ready for an unforgettable adventure in the Great White North!

Ontario boasts over 250,000 lakes, 330 provincial parks and 6 national parks, The best way to discover these hidden gems? Stay in one of Ontario’s incredible log cabins.
Our complete guide to off season travel to canada in 2024, including what to see and what weather to expect.
One of the best ways to discover Quebec is to travel on long, winding roads surrounded by magnificent scenery and meet new people kilometre after kilometre.
12 dream locations for wildlife observation in Québec: moose, beavers, caribous, birds and whales, from the Outaouais to the Gaspé Peninsula.
Eat and drink your way around Île d’Orléans, a most wonderful fertile island just outside Québec City where agriculture flourishes.
To breathe in the fresh air and wander off the beaten path, explore Quebec’s outdoors. Go beyond Montreal for a true, natural adventure!
Poutine may be ubiquitous in Montreal but only a handful of restaurants make it right.
Whether you’re grooving to the headline acts or exploring the unique charm of the under-the-radar festivals, each event promises an experience.
Want to learn more about the know-how, heritage and history of the 11 Aboriginal nations? Here’s a glimpse of what indigenous tourism has in store for you in Quebec, from Manawan to Wendake.
Brunch is the one meal Montrealers like to indulge in above all the rest and these are our 9 favourite Montreal brunch restaurants.
Immerse yourself in Quebec City’s Ice Hotel, a magical ephemeral place, through this story told as if you were there.
The Magdalen Islands are a dream destination for many travelers. Why not explore this archipelago while camping and take full advantage of its magnificent nature? Here are some tips and tricks.
Dare to try these unique stays in Quebec! Sleep in a treehouse, next to wolves, in a floating yurt or even a mini log cabin.
For total immersion in the landscapes of Mont Tremblant National Park, head to the Grand-Pin Campsite and go hiking in Lanaudière.
The Quebec Winter Carnival is the biggest winter festival in the world and every Canadian cliché can be found here.
These four Montreal delis are some of the most iconic in the city. Check them out if you’re looking for places to eat typical Quebec dishes Montreal.
Visiting Quebec City during the cold season isn’t just checking off a bucket list. Here, we truly enjoy winter to the fullest!
Discover the city’s landscapes, get your fill of winter air, and feel the adrenaline through this story of ice climbing in Quebec City.
Solstice sauna is one of the top winter activities in Quebec, combining socialising and cold-water swimming. Ready to take the plunge?
Here are some suggestions for fun activities if you’re travelling to Quebec City with kids, whatever the season.
Far up north in Quebec, Abitibi-Témiscamingue is rich with native history, mining heritage and exceptional landscapes.
If you’re spending 48 hours in Quebec City for the first time, one thing will be obvious upon arrival: it’s such a beautiful place that it’s hard to leave after so little time. But if your time is limited, here are the places you must see during your short stay.
Want to visit famous wineries and a special spot in the heart of many Ontario cyclists? Let’s head out on a bike tour of Niagara-on-the-Lake!
Direct flights from London Gatwick year-round make this Montreal city break an ideal destination. Find out what to do in this short guide!
Cool suggestions for road trips from Montreal including national parks, excursions and tours for your next vacation in Quebec!
Ottawa celebrates Canada’s history, art and culture through its many monuments and museums and hosts a multitude of festivals and sports activities.
Nova Scotia’s beaches are plentiful, and you could drive the province’s 7,400 kilometres of shoreline and never have time to visit them all. From rugged cliffs to rocky outcroppings to fine white sand, there’s bound to be a nearby beach for everyone!
Are you planning on visiting Vancouver soon? To get you started, here are some films, novels, and series that feature British Columbia at the center of their stories.
With great food, trendy neighbourhoods and natural beauty to spare, there are lots of cool things to do in Vancouver under 50$. Here are 5!
There is nothing better than landing directly in Quebec City to head east and go on a road trip to explore the great outdoors!
If you only have a weekend in Montreal for your first visit where should you go and what should you do during your 48 hours in Montreal?
You’ve seen Ontario’s big city and you’re now looking for the best day trips from Toronto to create a stunning itinerary? Here they are!
Traditional food in Halifax are often those most readily available from the sea and influenced by immigrants to the region. Do not leave without trying these ten meals!
Our curated 14-day itinerary in Western Canada, from Tofino to Banff, with stops in the Okanagan Valley and in Vancouver. Bon voyage!
With these short road trips, escape the concrete jungle for the real jungle. Or at least a boreal forest!
Canadian craft beer is growing by leaps and hops, with microbreweries popping up in small towns and big cities from coast to coast. Here’s a look at several cool craft beer places around the country.
Pick any one of the speeds —easy, medium and hard—with our favourite spots for a glorious day of biking in Vancouver, from Stanley Park to Cypress Mountain.
Here are five reasons, from museums to neighbourhoods to restaurants, why the Queen City should be on your list of destinations to see in 2020.
Embarking on an adventure day trip or planning a weekend escape close to Toronto? Dive into these thrilling and active trip ideas.
The Toronto Waterfront is fast becoming the city’s hot new ‘it’ spot. Here are our top recommendations for a cool day out near the lake during your visit to Toronto.
From sprawling venues hosting grand galas to intimate neighborhood galleries supported by the local community, here are six art galleries that captivate locals.
The largest city in Canada, Toronto is home to some of the best museums in the world. It’s a diverse city, with a number of museums from sports to science and also arts and culture.
Planning a holiday to a city like Toronto, most people think of the great art, culture, shopping. But Toronto has an incredible amount of green space. While Torontonians are known to pound the pavement in the urban jungle, they retreat to the parks to get back to nature.
We, hungry travellers, are no longer content to just seek out the best local restaurant or market. And if that means traipsing through a forest, diving under the sea or getting up close and personal with a local farm animal, then so be it.
There are those golf holes that stir up a fascinating mixture of pure anticipation… and sheer dread. These are some of them in different destinations.
From tomato fights to cheese-rolling competitions, savour some of the most delicious food festivals around the world. Here is a list you don’t want to forget.
The old joke was that when asked where one should eat in Ottawa, the answer would be: Montreal. That’s not the case anymore since Ottawa has a very respectable food scene these days. Below are some of our favourite spots to eat, drink and snack in Canada’s capital city.
If you’re vegan or just wanting to try vegan food you’ll want to visit these Toronto restaurants. The food is so good that most people forget that they are in a vegan restaurant.
Vancouver’s commitment to a healthy lifestyle combined with a diverse population means the city has great food at any price.
Off the beaten path, these three magical regions of Canada will take your breath away.