Destinations

Top 5 Tips: How to Be a Tourist in Your Own City

Henrik Kjellberg | Posted 09.13.2014 | Canada Travel
Henrik Kjellberg

With hotels around the country offering great late summer deals, taking an affordable, local vacation might be easier than you think. I've put together five tips on how you can be a tourist in your own city, so you can turn any staycation into a dream vacation. New experiences await, just around the corner!

10 Great German Destinations for Year-Round Travel

Trivago.ca | Posted 09.17.2014 | Canada Travel
Trivago.ca

Germany must be doing something right: four time winners of the World Cup and an economic and technological powerhouse. As a travel destination, however, Germany is often overlooked and underrated. With a range of possibilities from picturesque castles to culture-rich cities, Germany is an ideal year-round holiday destination.

Canadians Care About Protected Parklands

The Nature Conservancy of Canada | Posted 05.04.2014 | Canada Travel
The Nature Conservancy of Canada

Tourism in Canada is highly dependent on our parks and conservation areas. We would even go as far to say that our protected parks and conservation areas in Canada are the foundation of a successful future in tourism for Canada.

You'll Be Surprised by These Favourite Winter Travel Destinations

Matt Gibson | Posted 01.25.2014 | Canada Travel
Matt Gibson

It's no secret that Canadians relish their winter vacations, those two weeks during which they can escape the bitter cold (and their jobs). It's no surprise Canadians seek sunny warm weather and head south but some of the results will raise an eyebrow or two. The top 14 destinations are listed in the slideshow below.

The Summit of Cho Oyu, Part 2: Between Life and Death

Elia Saikaly | Posted 12.19.2011 | Canada
Elia Saikaly

Imagine being in total darkness, knowing if you fall you die, and being so completely out of breath and energy that you can only move forward an inch at a time. I'm wasted. Finished. Out of energy. My only savior at this point is the sun.

Summiting Tibet's Mount Cho Oyu (Part I)

Elia Saikaly | Posted 12.17.2011 | Canada
Elia Saikaly

The reality here is this: People die on 8,000-meter mountains and it is irresponsible not to have a plan in place in the event that something goes wrong. I found myself packing all of my gear as though I was never going to return.

Tragedy High Above the Clouds

Elia Saikaly | Posted 12.08.2011 | Canada
Elia Saikaly

Hardship Never-Ending

Elia Saikaly | Posted 12.07.2011 | Canada
Elia Saikaly

Giving Up on a Dream to Save a Life

Elia Saikaly | Posted 12.01.2011 | Canada
Elia Saikaly