Lumberjacks, beavers, hockey fanatics, Mounties and maple syrup spring immediately to mind. While Canada certainly provides all of these traditional associations in abundance, this awe-inspiring country has so much more to offer than a slew of cliches. With its unrivalled outdoor adventure facilities, its unforgettable natural landscapes and its exceptionally cosmopolitan and progressive cities, Canada has plenty to offer those seeking cutting-edge culture as well as adventure junkies looking for a serious adrenaline kick. Popular tourist destinations 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 or Quebec, or the uber-cool and perpetually bustling urban centres of Vancouver or Toronto. Whether visiting an Inuit lodge in Nunavut, taking a dog-sled ride through the Yukon to view the spectacular northern lights blaze across the night sky, or indulging in some lovely high tea on Vancouver Island, you are bound to find plenty of activities to keep you blissfully engaged in this exceptionally diverse and incomprehensibly vast nation.

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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…

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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, Banff is a town that makes you feel at home and exhilarated with wonder all at the same time. There…

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Calgary is the natural hub for travel to Western Canada and the Canadian Rockies. But beyond the region's famed western flair and spectacular natural beauty, Calgary…

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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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Jasper retains its timeless appeal as a peaceful, unpretentious and intimate former railway town that just happens to be set smack in the middle of some…

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Port McNeill

The small town of Port McNeill lies on the northeast coast of Canada’s Vancouver  Island. It started out as a humble logging outpost and slowly evolved…

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Set on the Ucluelet Peninsula on Vancouver’s scenic west coast in British Columbia, Canada, Ucluelet is renowned for its breathtaking landscapes, thriving ecotourism and its ample…

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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 multicultural population,…

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Situated on the southern end of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, the charming town of Victoria serves as the provincial capital. It is known for its…

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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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