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Where Canadians Should Go While Airfare Is Low

Cheapflights.ca | Posted 04.28.2017 | Canada Travel
Cheapflights.ca

Summer is prime time for travel, and people across Canada are busy making vacation plans and trying to figure out the best destination for an unforgettable trip. One important factor for many Canadians when it comes to deciding where to go is cost. Knowing cheap flights are available is one thing, but it's even better knowing exactly where your best options are for a budget-friendly flight. That's where we come in.

6 Wild Retreats To Get Closer To Mother Nature

Booking.com | Posted 04.27.2017 | Canada Travel
Booking.com

Do you have a love for nature, and exploring the sacred wilderness? What about a desire for adventure? If so, why not extend Earth Month and book yourself a secluded retreat. Not only is this a chance be surrounded by incredible landscapes, magnificent mountain ranges and breathtaking scenery, it's also the perfect type of escape to recharge and rejuvenate.

These Are The 15 Most Lavish Honeymoon Destinations In The World

Flight Network | Posted 04.27.2017 | Canada Travel
Flight Network

You probably spent months planning the perfect wedding, but for many couples, all of that hard work is filled with just as much stress as excitement. Fortunately, it all pays off on the honeymoon, when you and are your partner are enjoying complete relaxation in the destination of your dreams.

Parents Travelling With Young Kids Deserve Our Kindness Not Mistreatment

Samantha Kemp-Jackson | Posted 04.24.2017 | Canada Parents
Samantha Kemp-Jackson

It's a terrifying thing, the prospect of boarding a plane with two babies or toddlers, while you are the person who must endure the daggers being stared at you by other travellers who are anticipating mayhem. Two babies (or toddlers) and a non-stop flight to a not-so-local destination do not a perfect scenario make.

How Canadian Travellers Can Keep Their Vacation Cruelty-Free

Zach Vanasse | Posted 04.20.2017 | Canada Impact
Zach Vanasse

The opportunity to interact with wild animals can be one of the most rewarding and memorable travel experiences, however, any time humans and wild animals come together there is also potential for danger, harm and abuse. Responsible travellers need to be informed.

The Most Breathtaking Places To See Cherry Blossoms Bloom

Booking.com | Posted 04.18.2017 | Canada Travel
Booking.com

Known as sakura in Japanese, the cherry blossom is a symbol of renewal and hope. And while Japan might be world renowned for this beautiful bud, cherry blossom trees can be found all over in the world.

Top 10 Forests You Should Visit Across Canada

The Nature Conservancy of Canada | Posted 04.18.2017 | Canada Travel
The Nature Conservancy of Canada

Canada is rich in forest habitats, with many unique forests in each province. More than half of our country is covered in forests, and Canada is home to almost 10 per cent of the world's forests. We've chosen ten of our forest properties that are publicly accessible for you to explore.

Nanaimo Bar Trail A Sweet Self-Guided Adventure on Vancouver Island!

Sacha DeVoretz | Posted 04.17.2017 | Canada
Sacha DeVoretz

A friend of mine recently moved to Nanaimo and she shared with me that it is a wonderful and often overlooked destination. I love finding out about c...

Is It Possible To Travel With A Newborn On A Plane?

Matthew Slutsky | Posted 04.17.2017 | Canada Parents
Matthew Slutsky

I hate carrying things. When we go shopping, I despise carrying bags. When we go anywhere, my biggest pet peeve is carrying something. I don't know why, or how this happened, but it happened. I know, this is not a good trait for having children.

From The Mountains To Manhattan: The Journey Of A Truffle Heiress

Tamara Griffiths | Posted 04.13.2017 | Canada
Tamara Griffiths

What is it like to be born into one of the most well known truffle cultivating families in Italy? I spoke with Vanda Angellozzi, 26 years old and the...

What You Need To Know About Overbooked Flights

Claire Newell | Posted 04.12.2017 | Canada Travel
Claire Newell

Most airlines expect a certain number of no-shows on each flight and routinely overbook flights to maximize capacity. This practice has been taking place since I started in the industry and for monetary reasons I doubt that it is ever going to change.

Top 10 Business Travel Tips

Booking.com | Posted 04.11.2017 | Canada
Booking.com

In today's ever-changing economic landscape, the concept of business travel has surpassed the standard man-in-a-suit-and-briefcase stereotype. Busines...

9 Global Destinations The Locals Can't Wait To Share With You

Flight Network | Posted 04.10.2017 | Canada Travel
Flight Network

Local tourism boards are becoming some of the best places to gain insight on destinations from the most knowledgeable people around - the ones who actually live there.

The Untold Stories Of Three Canadian Gems

Posted 04.10.2017 | Canada Living

Growing up in Canada, you hear about the big tourist destinations: Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Calgary and Niagara Falls. You’ve been up the CN Tower and got your boots dusty at the Calgary Stampede but you’re looking for more. The good news is that there are still places to see and stories left to be told.

Soak Up The Sun At Some Of The Best Beaches Around The World

Booking.com | Posted 04.05.2017 | Canada Travel
Booking.com

We've revealed some of the most popular sandy beaches around the world. So if you want to hit the beach, be it to explore, soak up the sun, or channel your inner lifeguard, look no further than these beautiful places to stay.

A Letter To Mexico

Linnie von Sky | Posted 04.04.2017 | Canada Travel
Linnie von Sky

My darling Mexico, I hurt for you. I hurt that you're being abused by those meant to protect you. I hurt that all your beauty and your kindness and your art and your people exist overshadowed by corruption and I promise you that we will visit again.

5 Canadian Natural Wonders We Forget About

Posted 04.24.2017 | Canada Living

Canada is full of natural wonders, with jaw-dropping attractions found in every corner of our home and native land. There are the beauties that thousa...

An Iron Horse Charges Through Me. Where Am I?

Posted 04.03.2017 | Canada Living

An unforgettable seven-hour road trip north of Toronto, or a quick one hour flight, will bring you to Sault Ste. Marie, affectionately called “The Soo.” It’s a stunning region that has the perfect balance of vibrant city life and tranquil nature.

Seven Men Painted My Story. Where Am I?

Posted 04.04.2017 | Canada Living

The Group of Seven depicted the Canadian landscape for what it was: rugged, wind-swept and resolute against the relentlessness of the elements. Their work created a Canadian art scene that diverged from American and European artists, while also representing the adventurous spirit of explorers and frontiersmen who ventured through the territory when it was called British North America.

Nature Carved Me. Trade Built Me. Where Am I?

Posted 04.04.2017 | Canada Living

Below the towering trees of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. is a bounty of fascinating tales that describe the region’s journey to becoming a hub of culture, outdoor adventure and commerce.

Gstaad And St. Moritz: Movie Stars, Mountains, And More

Kathy Buckworth | Posted 03.29.2017 | Canada
Kathy Buckworth

"People find out the hard way that when the Swiss say a train leaves at 8:02, it leaves at 8:02." Ah Swiss efficiency. In this land of cheese and cho...

How To Fly Electronics-Free With Your Kids

Heather Greenwood Davis | Posted 03.29.2017 | Canada Travel
Heather Greenwood Davis

Tablets and small computers have been a staple on our family air trips since the kids were little. That being said, I do think - no matter where you fall on whether the rules should be in place -- that there are things you can do to make sure an electronics-free flight doesn't result in hair-pulling and screaming (and yes, I'm looking at you dad.).

15 First Time Travel Tips And Tricks

Booking.com | Posted 03.28.2017 | Canada Travel
Booking.com

To get the most out of visiting a new destination, we have curated a list of top tips for first time travellers following global research* from the most creditable source -- travellers who have been there, done that and have the passport stamp to prove it.

How To Make The Most Of Your Calgary Stampede Trip

Jacki Andre | Posted 03.28.2017 | Canada Travel
Jacki Andre

It's well known that the Stampede is synonymous with rodeo, cowboys, and a celebration of Western Canadian culture. But besides the rodeo and chuckwagon events, there are also a huge midway, live music shows, and cultural and festival events. The festivities spill across the entire city, so if you're in Calgary for more than a day or two, make sure to check for events off-site too.

The Most Stunning Drives In Canada's Countryside

Posted 03.31.2017 | Canada Living

After spending the workweek trudging through traffic, there's nothing more satisfying than heading out on the open road, pushing the pedal to the metal and taking in the views of the countryside. From coast to coast, Canada is full of them -- take, for instance, the tree-lined Ontario cottage country or the Maritimes' awe-inspiring Atlantic-ocean view. It's just a matter of getting there.