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I want to go to see the northern lights this winter. Any tips on the best time? I'd probably go to the Yukon. has anyone been and can recommend a company that gives a tour? Also, has anyone used Norther Air to get there?It seems cheaper than Air Canada.Please tell me your experiences.
We recently went on a 14 day trip down the Nahanni River with Nahanni Wilderness Adventures. The group of 6 people and 2 guides was in canoes and a raft. These trips are expensive so chose the tour company wisely.
Nahanni Wilderness Adventures is a family run company which employs family members as trip leaders despite the fact that they are not the best people available. This was the situation in our case and the leader hadn't been on the river for three years so was not familiar with the…
We're from the Netherlands and we want to fly to Vancouver, stay there for a week or two and then head towards South-America (overland). Is a returnticket required to enter Canada, just as in the US when you enter by plane?
My family and I are visiting Canada next month for a 3 week long trip. Though we would like to cover maximum places in this trip, the must go destinations we have marked include Niagara, Algonquin park and Canadian Rockies. If time allows, we would love to travel on The Canadian rail route from Toronto to Vancouver as well. Could you suggest some places that can be added to the list of places that I should visit in Canada. Another major concern that I haven’t yet considered is about the…
I am currently in Montreal and plan to go to Quebec City on the weekend. I am travelling alone and I cannot drive.
I would like to go to Tadoussac but I can't seem to find any way of getting there without driving myself. Is there a way I can get to Tadoussac from Quebec City without a car?
Many thanks if you can help me
suddenly an interest in hiking in the Vancouver area and British Columbia. I am Italian based in berlin, I could take between 7 and 14 days to spend, let´s say beginning of October 2015. I am 33, solo, I walk a lot and have experience with camping and backpacking. I would like to take some multi day hike there. At the moment I have no intention of renting a car.
The West Coast Trail is officially closed that time (as long I have understood).
The Garibaldi Area?
I’m currently panning a one week honeymoon in Nova Scotia for the end of September, and we are going to be driving. Must sees are Halifax, Lunenburg, Peggy’s Cove, Wolfsville and the Cabot trail. Would love to see Bay of Fundy if possible, but have heard that may be ambitious for one week (although it may make sense logistically-wise, based on our must-sees). We’re flying in and out of Halifax from Toronto, if that helps. We leave on September 26, 2015.
Here's our current suggested itinerary…
ea province has own liquor laws. a new Brunswick CANADIAN charged with illegaly importing alcohol. into new brunswick, C ANADA. etc he had purchased the alcohol in quebec Canada.