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Planning a Memorable Vacation to Canada

Planning a Memorable Vacation to Canada

So you’ve already decided that you’re going to take a dream vacation to Canada later in the year. Perhaps you have an idea of where you want to visit and what activities appeal to you. But, planning a dream vacation can be stressful, and lots of things can go wrong. Should you go to as many places as you can or just get one of the charming Whistler cabin rentals and spend your time skiing or relaxing? Well, if you’re a little indecisive and want a few suggestions to help plan the most memorial trip, keep reading.

What Makes Canada so Special?


Canada is huge. Everything from the Canadian Rockies and Niagara Falls to whale watching off the coast of Novi Scotia are just a few of the activities. Natural and untamed wilderness combines with the modernity of cities such as Toronto while retaining their historical and cultural heritage. Every part of the country has a slightly different vibe and a range of unique activities to do. For example, Quebec feel like you’re walking through France and has the chic, cuisine, and culture to go with it. On the other hand, you could trek for days in the Yukon without passing another soul.

The Best Places to Visit in Canada:


Most people visit one of the major cities such as Toronto, Vancouver, or Quebec. International flights arrive at the major airports. Domestic flights are fast and affordable in Canada making getting around the country easy and stress-free.

You can’t plan a trip of a lifetime to Canada and not visit Niagara Falls. The waterfall, near the Canadian-United States border, is the most visited attraction in the country. Millions of tourists come here to watch the endless water rush over the cliff edge into the pools below.

Whistler is the perfect place for tourists looking for a winter getaway and has several ski slopes in its vast area. Expect skiers, snowboarders, and families enjoying the wonderful snow in the winter. The same families return in the summer for the mountains and relaxing atmosphere.

When is the Best Time to Visit?


The most significant factor in deciding on the best time of the year to visit Canada is the climate. Summers are mild, and winters regularly see subzero and frigid temperatures.

If you want to experience as much of Canada as possible while visiting the major cities and attractions, visit in the warmer months. Walking around old towns and snapping photographs of the CN Tower isn’t pleasant when the air temperature is -20°C. Transportation also faces disruptions, and you can forget about going to the islands, whale watching, or hiking.

But, if you’re a winter sports enthusiast, the best time would be when the snow begins to fall, which is from late fall to early spring. The ski resorts in Canada are top-notch, and you can squeeze a little sightseeing in too.

How to Make Sure Your Trip is Memorable:


Memorable trips are those that go to plan. Canada is probably one of the destinations on your bucket list, and so you should have a good idea of what you want to do. If not, buy a guidebook and start reading or watch as many travel shows as possible to learn about the country. Write down and spend the time to plan your trip and come up with a rough itinerary. Having an idea of where you want to go helps you plan the logistics more efficiently, which in turns allows you to see as much as you can.

The next way is to take part in something special. You could go to one of the many islands along the Canadian coast for a day. Or, join a tour to go whale watching. Some people are happy to spend their time walking the many trails. Others prefer staying in the comfort of their accommodation. The only way that the trip will be memorable is if you get out there and do new things.

And remember to bring waterproof and warm clothes, even during the summer as the temperatures are still quite chilly!

Travel Tips for Canada:


Don’t stay in one place. The country has a diverse set of landscapes, which means you’ll miss a lot of things if you just stay in one area for your entire trip. Each province is different, and you should take the time to explore as much as possible.

Getting around the country can also be challenging, especially when you consider the vast distances between the major cities. Flying is the most convenient option, but flight delays are frequent during the winter. Another option, if you’re not short on time, is to take the train from Eastern Canada to Western Canada passing through the changing landscapes and stopping by at the smaller towns.

Do make sure you speak to the locals. Canadians are famous for their friendly and welcoming personality, and it’s never difficult to strike up conversations. Residents will usually be happy to give you some advice and tips and offer local suggestions if you ask them.

The Perfect Canadian Vacation:


You now have all the tools available to plan your dream vacation that will stay in your memory forever. Plan the places you want to see and try to experience as much of Canada as possible. Visit during the summer for a typical vacation and only brave the frigid temperatures if you want to go skiing or snowboarding. Canada makes a perfect holiday, all it takes is a little planning.

This article was written by one of our contributing writers.

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