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British Columbia is one of the most beautiful provinces in Canada.
Be sure to tour
Island and make Campbell River one
of your destinations. Be sure to stay at least five nights; you'll never run out of things
to do and see.
By Peter Bradley -
British Columbia - Vancouver Island
Vancouver Island is the largest island off the west coast of North
America so do not expect to see everything in one visit.
The best time to see some of nature's wonders is April for the 'Herring spawn' and October
for the Pacific
By Ronda Murdock -
Pacific Rainforest Adventure Tours.
Canada's west coast is a wonderful place to visit. Stay in
(on Vancouver Island) and soak in the wild, open Pacific. Long beach and the Pacific Rim
Park are great for hikes, nature watching and surfing. World class restaurants, lodges and
spas make this a destination for visitors from around the world.
By Richard Badman.
British Columbia - Whale Watching off Vancouver Island
Tofino, British Columbia is seasonal.
Your best chance to see the migration of more than 20,000 Gray whales
is between the months of February to April. And, don't forget the Gravol. The seas can be
quite rough that time of year.
By Dirk Fetherstonhaugh.
Lunenburg - Nova Scotia
Lunenburg is an historic
town in Nova Scotia, Canada designated an
World Heritage Site in 1995.
By Karine Kugler -
House Bed & Breakfast.
If you're in Montreal, definitely take a trip up Mount Royale. You'll
get an incredible view of the city.
By Chad -
be certain to pack comfortable walking shoes or hiking boots because within a very short
time from Toronto (Canada's commercial centre) there
is some of the world's longest hiking trails and breathtaking scenery for you to enjoy.
Welcome to the Haliburton Highlands of Ontario.
By Dave Page -
If you would prefer not to spend money on taxi fare when you arrive at
the Ottawa International Airport in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, you can board the # 97 bus,
which will take you to the downtown core or as far west as Bayshore Shopping Centre, in
Ottawa's west end. From there you can connect to other buses, if required. Check
OC Transpo for information on bus routes and
By Heidi Brault -
Europe Independent Travel.
The Diversity of Canada
Most people don't realise how massive
Canada truly is. And because of our huge geographical
and climatic differences we offer an equally wide range of activities and landscapes.
It might be cliché to say we offer everything to everyone, but Canada
truly caters to a variety of traveller
For outdoor enthusiasts, there's heli-skiing, mountain climbing, sea
kayaking, snowboarding, surfing, and so on.
For culture vultures, our cultural centres of Toronto, Vancouver,
Montreal, Halifax, Calgary (and others) offer a variety of theatre, museums, art galleries
And if relaxing is your cup of tea, head to the Maritime cottages or
the West Coast Islands, or any of the
hundreds of lake-front properties in-between; for a summer so idyllic, you'll think it's
the 1950s again.
By Catherine Tse.
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