Forget the aquarium. When it comes to exploring the ocean’s splendor, there’s nothing like the real deal.
Travel in Canada
Whales, islands and lighthouses are part of life along the St. Lawrence River in Quebec. Here’s what to see and do in Maritime Quebec.
In the Arctic tundra, this husband-and-wife team have created an adventure tourism company that offers wildlife encounters with polar bears, beluga whales and more in their natural environment.
Elene Faita and her family are local legends in Montreal’s Little Italy. They run Impasto, Pizzeria Gema, Mezza Luna Cooking School and Quincaillerie Dante
Sprawling Stanley Park, a place to admire totem poles, stroll along the seawall, take a horse-drawn tour, visit an aquarium or savor something to eat
Former rail line that carried weekend passengers on “snow trains” to the Laurentian Mountains now caters to cyclists along a trail with charming cafes, pubs, galleries and inns
Located in the Kootneay Lake Region of British Columbia, Yasodhara Ashram offers yoga retreats that refresh the body, soul and mind.
Blachford Lake Lodge in Canada’s rarely-visited Northwest Territories is both luxurious and eco-sustainable. After snowshoeing during the day, stare at the Aurora Borealis at night.
While Whistler in British Columbia may be known for its top skiing and legendary winters, there is plenty to do in Whistler in the fall. Here are our suggestions.
Vancouver is a favorite destination for families. From the Vancouver Aquarium to the miniature train in Stanley Park, here are our favorite family-friendly ways to experience Vancouver.
Explore wine country via cruise ship, visiting top attractions along the way.
A cruise ship is a great way to explore Eastern Canada. Visit Quebec, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island with Holland America Cruise Line.