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Depending on where you live, you may not have to travel far.
Because no one likes those pesky five- or six-hour layovers.
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No matter what the baggage situation is, be sure to pack as light as possible.
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These are the best times to buy and fly.
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Frequent misgendering and differing attitudes with gender norms follow me whenever I fly, but they certainly won't stop me. And they shouldn't stop you.
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When travelling, fine print is everywhere. From booking a flight to reserving a hotel room to signing for insurance, there are plenty of paragraphs of tiny text that few travellers take the time to read, let alone understand. But sometimes it can pay to know what's said in the little lines.
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Mother's Day is around the corner and what better way to celebrate than with a vacation that builds the bond between mom and kids? Whether you're reading this as a mom or as a grown child thinking about taking your mom on vacation, we've got you covered.
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Whether you're heading south for a Mexican vacay or flying out for a quick work trip, there's no reason you can't make this May 5 the best Cinco de Mayo yet.
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.
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Whether you're tired of taking typical resort vacations or you're looking for something a little different when it comes to how you travel, ecotourism might be just the thing to shake up your vacation routine. Not only will you be experiencing a destination in a whole new way, you'll have the opportunity to positively impact the environment and its plants and animals.
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This year marks 150 years since the colonies of Canada, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick formed the Canadian Confederation on July 1, 1867. And, while that day has always been a major time for Canuck pride, who would turn down an extra reason to celebrate?
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You don't need the luck of the Irish to find affordable last-minute flights for St. Paddy's weekend. March 17 falls on a Friday (a March Break Friday for many), making this an ideal year for a long weekend celebration. And it's not too late to get in on the fun.
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We've rounded up our picks for top alternative ski resorts in North America, where the cost and the crowds are in check and where both vibe and the weather are chill.
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What is an intimacy kit, you ask? Think anything designed to make a night with your significant (or insignificant) other that much spicier. Running the gamut from condoms to kink, these kits are a surefire way to heat up your hotel experience. So, whether you forgot to pack your own toys before takeoff or you're gearing up for "Fifty Shades Darker," there's no time like the present to explore the sexier side of the hotel minibar.
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Studying abroad is a popular way for students to combine education and travel. What better travel adventure is there than immersing yourself as a student in a destination that captures your imagination? There are many popular study abroad destinations that each offer something different in terms of culture, pace and education.
Travel is a lot like real estate: Timing and location are the keys to get maximum value.
As 2016 winds down, it's time to look ahead to what the New Year has in store. Changes coming in 2017 are set to transform every aspect of the travel experience -- from the way travellers book (on their mobile phones in response to deal alerts) to the airline they choose (including an upswing in low-cost options), to how far they can stretch their travel budget (the result of greater competition).
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With the rush of holiday travel just around the corner, airports around the globe are doing their best to to get passengers in the festive spirit with decorations, illuminated trees and whimsical treats. Look for everything from ice skating rinks to carollers to Christmas trees at Cheapflights.ca's picks for best decked out airports around the world:
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Holiday shopping is always a challenge, and shopping for frequent travellers can be even more difficult. If we've seen one list of "travel gifts," we've seen them all, amirite? How many monogrammed travel pouches, passport covers and decorative globes does one person need? Sure, it's the thought that counts, but why not combine thoughtful with genuinely useful this holiday season?
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A federal regulation on United States now requires airports that serve more than 10,000 passengers a year to have in-terminal pet relief areas for service animals accompanying travellers, and most are open to any other four-legged passengers or service workers. The same doesn't hold true yet in Canada. So far only Vancouver International Airport provides an indoor loo for pets, though the rest of the country can't be far behind.
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With Halloween right around the corner, you may be itching to find something spooky to do. That might mean watching scary movies or visiting haunted houses, but why not kick things up a few frightening notches and book yourself a haunted hotel room?
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Love, Happyland, Happy Adventure....yep, they're all real life places right here in Canada. (We mentioned Happy Adventure, right?) And, let's be honest, what the world needs right now is Love (sweet love), a stroll down the Sunnyside of life, and probably a Happy Adventure or two.
Whether you're a lucky royal or a humble Canuck like the rest of us, you can take a cue from the family's well-planned itinerary when it comes to your own travels. From making a point to experience local fare, to hitting both major cities and spots further off the beaten path, Will and Kate (or probably their well-equipped administrative staff) know how to plan a trip right.
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We're accustomed to having the option to shop, eat and drink, or wander aimlessly while awaiting a flight, but having the chance to spend some time outside isn't usually on the list of things to do at the airport.
However, that isn't always the case. More and more airports around the world are offering travellers the chance to soak up some sunshine before a flight.
The Great Lakes are pretty impressive before you even start to break down each one individually. The five lakes -- Ontario, Huron, Erie, Michigan and Superior -- make up the largest body of fresh water in the world and account for one-fifth of the world's fresh surface water.
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Summer travel season is winding down, which means airfares to many popular destinations are coming off their high points. And, in a year where airfares have been low even at their high points, this is particularly good news for budget-conscious travellers or anyone interested in saving some money on their next flight. Are you down for some deals?
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Picture this. You've just begun your vacation in the beautiful city of Montreal. The sights, the sounds, and, of course, the food -- it's hard not to feel enamoured. What's more, you've also discovered that delicious cocktails go REALLY well with the sights, the sounds, and, of course, the food. Cut to the next morning. Your head hurts, your eyes refuse to open and your mouth feels like a literal desert. Face it, you're officially hungover. This spells bad news for the remainder of your vacation, right? Wrong. Let's do this.
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Would you dare to go bare? If you like the idea of nude sunbathing and no tan lines, you're in luck. We've scouted six beaches where you can choose to take a dip in the buff across the country.
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Going to a spa on vacation can be expensive, but you don't have to give up on the idea of indulging in treatments on your next vacation. Scoring cheap spa time may be easier than you think.
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Camping is a quintessential Canadian summer activity. There are campgrounds of all shapes and sizes offering a whole host of different activities and amenities from hiking to birdwatching to canoeing. But, come summertime, one of the best amenities you can find at a campground is a beach. Luckily, there are quite a few options for Canadians looking to pitch their tent near a stretch of soft sand.
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Canada Day is coming up, and while it's always fun to head to a huge celebration in a big city, it can also be a good time to get off the beaten (and crowded) path for a more relaxed and local experience. If you're craving a more laid-back Canada Day experience there are many options all over the country.
There are 196 countries in the world, but most travellers will only see a small fraction of them in their lifetime. It doesn't have to be this way. While international travel can be more expensive than domestic travel, a bit of research, timing and luck can help lower the cost of trips abroad, meaning your suitcase doesn't have to collect dust this year.