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Arriving Vancouver June 8, and traveling to Vancouver Island then to Whistler. so far, the following is a rough itinerary:
BC Ferry to Salt Spring Island - three nights
SSI to Tofino - three nights (via Crofton)
Tofino to Nanaimo - 2 nights
Nanaimo to Horseshoe bay -- Whister - three nights
I enjoy biking, hiking, water activities and would like to whale watch. Just wondering if three nights too long on SSI and more time spent in Tofino or heading up the coast from Nanaimo towards Telegraph…
I will be traveling around Newfoundland in mid-late June, and while I've got a 3 days booked in at the end of the trip in St. Johns, and I've got a rental car sorted for the duration of the trip, I'd prefer not to have to commit/pre-book accomodation and just see where I end up each evening. I plan to take in some of Gros Morne, perhaps Terra Nova, but would like the freedom to roam around.
Is it really necessary to book ahead outside of St. John's?
Hi guys, in August I am heading to Vancouver with my husband and son (9 yrs.) and are planing to travel with a motorhome for about 10 days - returning to Vancouver.
Of course we are looking for nice campgrounds with fun things to do for kids as well...
Manning Parc, Osoyoos Hayns Parc? Any recommendations what not to miss .
Thanks you for the help
We will be arriving in Vancouver by air in a few days. I have searched the net for customs concessions for Australians entering Canada from Australia and the USA. All I can find is concessions for Canadians entering Canada, and Americans entering Canada. We would be grateful is someone could point us to a website that applies to us.
Many thanks in advance.
Im 33 from Ireland and thinking off moving to Vancouver on a 2 year work Visa,
My issues is I don't have any degree but I have 10 years experience working in ocean freight companies in Ireland , Iv got a pretty well paid job now but I really want to try something different and a change of life style, My other half would be also coming and she is a personal trainer ,
What would my chance be off securing a decent job that I can live on in Vancouver,
Iv no kids and don't party hard ,so…
I am planning to cross into Canada over land from USA and then back again over land a week later. I just read online that although you don't need a visa or ETA for entering Canada, you need to show proof of citizenship such as your birth certificate. Has anyone done this recently and know what documents are necessary? Thanks
My I-net search indicates a few private campgrounds are open in May but the only Provincial Park opens for camping later. Are the private facilities tolerable and welcoming for tent camping? Photos show lots of RVs.
attended the 1812 battle re enactment 4 times in years past one of the best memories was the Ball. the re enactors perfor magnificently , both days ,? ONE week end only EARLY in september the campgrounds immaculately kept top notch grounds personnel ideal for family to visit