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    4 Ways to Smartly Budget a Road Trip Across Canada

    As the second largest country in the world, Canada is difficult to cross by rail or bus. However, thanks to the beautiful terrain and the diverse attractions available throughout the country, those who hit the road instead of buying a plane ticket will be rewarded. A lot of foreigners coming from oversea countries like Australia […]

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    Ultimate Backpacking – A Guide to Canada

    Filled with diverse cities and breathtaking natural scenery, Canada is the perfect place for a backpacking adventure. From the bustling streets of Toronto to the spectacular beauty of the Canadian Rockies, the country is simply packed with incredible sights and fascinating destinations. In a country as large as Canada, seeing every backpacking destination can be […]

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    Top Trails for ATVing in Quebec

    When it comes to ATVing in Canada, Quebec doesn’t receive nearly as much attention as it deserves. Quebec is geographically diverse, and it provides a nice balance between riding areas and urban proximity. Quebec is a great choice for a single-day excursion, but it’s also a spectacular option for a weekend adventure or even an […]

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    Canada Tours 2012 – A Winter Rail Adventure

    One of the most stunning places to visit in wintertime is Canada. The country is at its most beautiful at this time of year, covered in a dazzling coat of snow and ice. For those who don’t particularly want to brave the elements but still wish to enjoy the scenery, a rail adventure is a […]

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    The 5 Best Places To Go Boating In British Columbia

    When imagining Canada most people picture snow capped mountains, acres of forestry, and clear waters on which to spend a peaceful day. These images draw people from all four corners of the globe and it is British Columbia to which they flock. Travelers looking to enjoy the picturesque landscape couldn’t find a better method of […]

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    Camping in British Columbia

    Canada’s western province, British Columbia is known for its natural beauty, mountains and rivers. The province has a diverse terrain with rugged coastline, rainforest, fertile valley agriculture and vineyards, dessert, and prairie regions. About seventy-five percent of the province is mountainous. Seven national parks are within the borders of British Columbia. The province also has […]

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    Go Surfing in Tofino

    When taking a trip to Canada, most people do not think of surfing as an activity that is often done. However, in the town of Tofino, British Columbia, surfing has become a popular pastime for visitors and locals alike. Located about halfway up the west side of Vancouver Island, Tofino is one of the best […]

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    Ocean Village Tofino

    Ocean Village Tofino

    Ocean Village is situated in Tofino, a village in Clayoquot Sound, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve fronting the Pacific coast. Tofino is a popular eco-tourism destination where vacationers from other parts of Canada and the rest of the world can participate in activities such as whale watching, camping, hiking, and surfing. Ocean Village offers resort like […]

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    Banff National Park

    Banff National Park

    One of Canada’s spectacular national parks, the oldest in the country, Banff is a land of mountains, lakes, ice fields, glaciers, forests and meadows. The Banff is one of the globe’s most visited national parks. All year long, the park is open and offers many outdoor activities and attractions.

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    Visiting The Stunning Glacier National Park

    The Glacier National Park is one of 7 wildlife parks in British Columbia, Canada, and it has an area of 838 square miles. On the top of the 11.000 feet high mountains, the snow stays throughout the entire year. Therefore, there are about 400 glaciers in the park. The natural inhabitants of the Glacier National […]

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