Canada Itineraries

Explore Canada from Sea to Sea! Whether you have just 3 days to visit Canada or a month, you will find itineraries to suit your schedule in this list!

A Two-Month Cross-Country Train Trip – Travelling Canada by Rail

A Two-Month Cross-Country Train Trip – Travelling Canada by Rail

Planning a cross-country trip, particularly by train can be a tall order. There is so much to consider, from what you’re going to be wearing for two months, to what you’ll be eating and where you’ll be staying, to what you’re going to do for those two months.
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7 Day Road Trip Itinerary to New Brunswick - Fundy Coast: Moncton, Saint John, St Andrews and Fredericton

7 Day Road Trip Itinerary to New Brunswick – Fundy Coast: Moncton, Saint John, St Andrews and Fredericton

The Fundy Coast of New Brunswick is one of the highlights of New Brunswick, and indeed of the entire Maritime region of Canada. Follow this itinerary and you will experience the tidal waves that leaves the sea shores sprinkled with sea urchins and periwinkles, travel to most southernly of Fundy Isles, and cover three of New Brunswick's most populous cities.
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Trip to Magdelan Islands: 3 Day Itinerary

Trip to Magdelan Islands: 3 Day Itinerary

Nestled in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the Magdalen Islands or Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine, is one of the World’s best kept vacation secrets. Its soothing waves, breezes and beaches are a relaxing experience for all wanting to escape the stresses of daily life. From the beaches and nautical activities, to the fresh seafood and local music, the Magdalen Islands guarantees fun for everyone.
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Trip to Quebec City: Optional 1, 2, 3, 4 Day Quebec City Itinerary

Trip to Quebec City: Optional 1, 2, 3, 4 Day Quebec City Itinerary

A visit to Quebec City is like walking through a living museum of narrow cobblestone streets, horse-drawn carriages and fortified walls. One of North America’s oldest and most magnificent settlements, it won’t take long before you develop a love for the French-Canadian culture and an infectious desire to kiss on both cheeks. Despite its old age, it still hosts a variety of spectacular events throughout the year that are generally free such as Festival d’ete de Quebec, Fetes de la Nouvelle-France, Crequscule circus show and Carnaval de Quebec.
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Trip to Montreal: Optional 1, 2, 3, 4 Day Montreal Itinerary

Trip to Montreal: Optional 1, 2, 3, 4 Day Montreal Itinerary

Canada’s second most populated city and Quebec's economic and cultural capital, Montreal is known for its rich history and high standard of living. The city has a distinct four-season climate, with warm-to-hot summers and cold snowy winters. Every year thousands of tourists flock to Montreal to partake in a host of year round festivals and events, musical performances, theater shows, and fireworks competitions. Regardless of when you come or for how long you stay there is something to do for everyone.
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Trip to Ottawa: Optional 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 Days Ottawa Itinerary

Trip to Ottawa: Optional 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 Days Ottawa Itinerary

Looking to get away to Ottawa for a few days? This year marks a special time as Canada celebrates 150 years and the city will come to life with many fun, interactive and educational events and celebrations. With it’s modern flavor and range of trendy hotels, shops and restaurants, Ottawa has something to offer every visitor. To help you plan how to best spend your time in Ottawa, here are some suggestions of the must see sights and events no matter how long your stay.
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Road Trip from Niagara Falls to Quebec City

Road Trip from Niagara Falls to Quebec City

Take a road trip from Niagara Falls to Quebec City, covering some of the top tourist destinations in Canada. Starting from the home of the famous Falls, the Niagara Falls, visit the dynamic, multi-cultural metropolis of Toronto, then to Kingston, a UNESCO World Heritage Destination and the Gateway to the 1000 Islands. Continue to Ottawa, Canada's Capital! Second most populated city of Canada and Quebec’s economic and cultural capital is the penultimate destination, and end your trip at North America’s oldest and most magnificent settlements, Quebec City.
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Trip to Niagara Falls: 3 Day Niagara Falls Trip Itinerary

Located between Ontario and Upper state New York, the breathtaking Horeshoe Falls are one of Canada’s top tourist destinations. No matter what time of year these thundering falls are a watery extravaganza. However, this is not all there is to see and due in the Niagara region. Fancy wine estates, museums, casinos and stunning scenery are also some of the things you will want to pencil in on your next visit there.
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Horseshoe Falls - Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls in a Day – One Day Trip to Niagara Falls, Canada

Planning a one day trip to see the glorious, spectacular Niagara Falls? This article will give you few good ideas to help you plan a one day trip to Niagara Falls, Canada and experience the wonder of the Niagara Falls. Niagara Falls in all its mighty, thunderous power is best enjoyed from the Canadian side.
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Itinerary for a 3 Day Toronto and Niagara Falls Trip with Kids

Itinerary for a 3 Day Toronto and Niagara Falls Trip with Kids

Visiting Niagara Falls and Toronto with kids? This itinerary will help you plan have a fun filled family getaway to two of the most visited tourist destinations in the world.
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Trip to Toronto: Optional 1, 2, 3, 4 Day Toronto Itinerary

Trip to Toronto: Optional 1, 2, 3, 4 Day Toronto Itinerary

Toronto is a dynamic, multi-cultural metropolis with no shortage of things to see and do. The city’s events and festivals draw people from all over the world and the perennial attractions are sure to be on most traveler’s bucket list. Between film festivals, culinary events, major sporting events, live music and theatre, you’ll have a hard time deciding what to see and do during your stay. To help you, here are some suggested itineraries no matter how long you have to spend.
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Getaway to Kingston and 1000 Islands, Ontario - 3 Day Trip Itinerary

Getaway to Kingston and 1000 Islands, Ontario – 3 Day Trip Itinerary

Kingston, also known as the “limestone city”, was the First Capital city of Canada. Now, a UNESCO World Heritage Destination and the Gateway to the 1000 Islands, Kingston is alive with cultural celebrations and more than two dozen museums, historic sites, and art galleries to explore. As most tourist sights are closed during the winter it would be best to schedule your visit between May and October.
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50 Things to do in the Summer in the Bruce Peninsula

Road Trip: Toronto – Tobermory – Manitoulin Island – Killarney – Georgian Bay

Summer is the season for road-tripping! All you need is some food, good music and an adventurous spirit to hit the road and discover hidden gems. The Georgian Bay area is an ecology focused destination with two international Biosphere reserves giving it a unique status and remarkable sites to explore and discover. Toronto - Blue Mountain - Tobermory - Manitoulin Island - Sudbury - Killarney - Parry Sound -Wasaga Beach - Toronto
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Accessible Travel: Getaway to Winnipeg

Accessible Travel: Getaway to Winnipeg

Winnipeg, Manitoba is a thriving city with plenty of delightful places to explore and travelling with mobility challenges doesn’t need to limit your opportunities to have a great time. If you are thinking of a visit, here is a sample itinerary to enjoy your stay.
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Trip to Regina

Trip to Regina

Regina is a unique city with plenty to offer and even more to see. Even if you only have a couple days, you can still take in the best of the city. From exciting activities, unique architecture and phenomenal dining, you are sure to have a delightful time in Regina!
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A 15 Day Alberta Road Trip Itinerary

A 15 Day Alberta Road Trip Itinerary

Planning a trip to Alberta, Canada? Here is an 'Alberta 101' trip itinerary that will get you in sync with glorious nature, and that will take you through urban, and rural Alberta. This trip will pique your curiosity, and soon you will be planning another vacation to experience Alberta to the fullest. Follow this itinerary to walk in the footsteps of miners, explore the majestic mountains and its glaciers, see the ever changing Alberta Badlands, experience the life in the Prairies and get to know the prehistoric world!
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Trip to Calgary, Canmore & Banff: 5 Day Itinerary

Trip to Calgary, Canmore & Banff: 5 Day Itinerary

Get ready to hit the road and embark on a journey through Alberta’s Cow Town all while enjoying breathtaking views of the Canadian Rockies and surrounding areas.
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One Day Tour of Calgary

One Day Tour of Calgary

Here are few suggestions if you have just one day in Calgary. You can not do everything in a day, but this will give some ideas and make your one day visit to Calgary memorable. The article includes some of the best attractions in Calgary.
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Best Weekend Itinerary for Calgary

Itinerary for a Weekend Trip to Calgary

Planning a weekend away in Calgary? This guide has everything from food to nightlife to live entertainment to where to stay, and more. Calgary is a bustling city full of amazing artists, incredible restaurants, and a lot of fun people to share it all with. Alberta’s biggest city has a lot to offer, just come and see for yourselves. You can easily whip up an itinerary from the following tips, so read on to find your perfect weekend plans in Calgary!
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Banff and Lake Louise One Day Tour

Banff and Lake Louise One Day Tour

A suggestion to make the best of your Banff and Louise one day tour by including the top attractions and things to do in Banff and Lake Louise.
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Things to do - One Day Banff Itinerary

Things to do – One Day Banff Itinerary

Wondering how to plan your trip or what to do do, which attractions to see, if you just have one day to spend in Banff?
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A Road trip from Edmonton – Sun, Sand and the Mountains

Looking for a long weekend getaway from Edmonton? Here is a road trip itinerary that includes the magnificent Rockies, the woods that are alive with all things wild, sandy beaches and a smattering of Alberta's history.
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Trip to Edmonton: Optional 1, 2, 3 Day Itinerary

Trip to Edmonton: Optional 1, 2, 3 Day Itinerary

Alberta’s capital and home to Canada’s largest shopping mall and entertainment complex and the largest urban park system, Edmonton is a city that knows how to have fun. Join in the celebrations of more than 60 festivals that take place throughout the year from arts and culture, food and wine, theatre, music and sports.
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Itinerary for a Weekend Trip to Edmonton

Itinerary for a Weekend Trip to Edmonton

Edmonton. City of Champions, Capital City, Festival City…no matter what you call it, it’s easy to spend a weekend exploring what makes it stand out. And, with 18 hours of sunlight a day during the summer, you’ll have plenty of sunshine to fill with adventure. Here are just a few of the ways to spend the weekend (but you’ll probably want to extend your stay!).
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Family Triap to Edmonton: Optional 1, 2, or 3 Day Itinerary

Family Trip to Edmonton: Optional 1, 2, or 3 Day Itinerary

Alberta’s capital is a beautiful, river-side city with plenty to do for people of all ages. Here is a 3 day itinerary, if you are visiting Edmonton with kids. It is known worldwide for West Edmonton Mall, but offers many entertainment options beyond the mall. If you plan to spend a few days in Edmonton, it’s worth investing in the Edmonton Attractions Pass.
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North to the Yukon – Edmonton to Whitehorse Road Trip

North to the Yukon – Edmonton to Whitehorse Road Trip

The north of Canada calls to us, with its unlimited wilderness, incredible landscapes, interesting history and amazing wildlife. A road trip north to the Yukon speaks of adventure and leads you through some of the remote areas of British Columbia, along the historic route of the Alaska Highway, all the way to the capital of the Yukon – Whitehorse. Don’t rush. Enjoy the drive. There is plenty to see and do along the way. Planning Your Trip From Edmonton to Whitehorse What will you need to discover the Alaska Highway on your own? Nothing more than a reliable vehicle, time
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Trip to Vancouver: Optional 1, 2, 3 or 4 Day Trip Itinerary

Trip to Vancouver: Optional 1, 2, 3 or 4 Day Trip Itinerary

Vancouver is a bustling west coast city and the most populated metro area in western Canada. No matter what time of year, there is always plenty to see and do! If you love the outdoors, there are trails for hiking and cycling in the summer and slopes for skiing in the winter. Pack yourself a picnic and dine al fresco on one of Vancouver’s plentiful beaches and parks. and For those rainy days, there are museums, an aquarium and indoor markets to keep you and the kids busy and dry.
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Stewart Cassiar Road Trip: Vancouver to Whitehorse

Stewart Cassiar Road Trip: Vancouver to Whitehorse

Vancouver → Williams Lake → Smithers → Dease Lake → Whitehorse Whitehorse is a destination on many a bucket list. The Klondike history inspires dreams of the Wild West, dusted in gold flakes, with a pinch of rugged wear and tear. Modern transportation has made Whitehorse far more accessible at only a short flight away from Vancouver. But you’ll agree, taking away the travel takes away a little of the allure. Slow your pace a little and appreciate just how far away the Klondike really is. This itinerary takes your from Vancouver and along the Sea to Sky Highway, where
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Trip to Victoria, Nanaimo and Tofino - 5 Days in Vancouver Island

Trip to Victoria, Nanaimo and Tofino – 5 Days in Vancouver Island

Whether you are planning a trip exclusively to Vancouver Island or visiting as part of your trip to Vancouver; the capital city of British Columbia, plus the untamed Pacific coast that boasts of littoral rainforests and the wild beaches of Pacific Rim National Park Reserve will nourish the wanderer's soul within you.
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A Guide to Planning a Trip to Yukon in Winter

A Guide to Planning a Trip to Yukon in Winter

There’s gold, and it’s haunting and haunting; It’s luring me on as of old; Yet it isn’t the gold that I’m wanting So much as just finding the gold. It’s the great, big, broad land ‘way up yonder, It’s the forests where silence has lease; It’s the beauty that thrills me with wonder, It’s the stillness that fills me with peace. If you’re reading this article, there’s no doubt these verses (and those that follow) from Robert Service’s “The Spell of the Yukon” will speak to your heart’s desire. It’s true: there’s no place on Earth quite like the Yukon.
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Itinerary for a Winter Trip to Yukon

Itinerary for a Winter Trip to Yukon

Planning to visit Yukon in Winter? Here is an itinerary to help you plan a vacation to the place less travelled in Canada. Before going through this itinerary, read - A Guide to Planning a Trip to Yukon in Winter. Day 1:Arrival & Northern Lights Arrival: If you’ve heeded this advice and flown Air North, you will arrive at Erik Nielsen Airport in downtown Whitehorse, Yukon. For the greatest ease of travel, you will want to rent a vehicle to travel across with the wide Yukon expanse and make the most of your adventure. Erik Nielsen Airport hosts 2 rental car
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Sea to Sky Highway Road Trip

Itinerary for Sea to Sky Highway Road Trip: Vancouver to Pemberton

This awe-inspiring highway, officially known as BC Highway 99, is an incredible coastal route from Vancouver to Whistler. It is filled with switchback turns, inspiring views, and fun bucket-list stops. The highway is just over 150km long, and can easily be driven in under two hours. However, with so many beautiful stops and exciting adventures along the way, it’s worth a weekend trip! Below, you’ll find a fun, laid back weekend itinerary. With beautiful Vancouver as your departure city and Pemberton as your destination, this trip is sure to be an action packed wilderness adventure! Vancouver - Whitehorse Road Trip
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Driving the Dempster Highway: Road Trip from Whitehorse to Inuvik

Driving the Dempster Highway: Road Trip from Whitehorse to Inuvik

The Dempster Highway, begun in 1959 as Yukon Territorial Road No. 11, was first officially opened in 1979 and is Canada’s first all-weather road to cross the Arctic Circle. Today, it is considered one of the world’s most unique driving experiences. Not only is it home to an array wildlife, but it also contains some of the most unmatched tundra landscape in all the world. This summer, plan a road trip like none other – Drive the Dempster. Whitehorse → Dawson → Inuvik Road Trip Whether you choose to drive your car, truck, or RV, and sleep in tents, motorhomes,
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Drive the Alaska Highway - Road Trip From Edmonton to Whitehorse

Drive the Alaska Highway – Road Trip From Edmonton to Whitehorse

Whitehorse is a destination on many a bucket list. The Klondike history inspires dreams of the Wild West, dusted in gold flakes, with a pinch of rugged wear and tear. Modern transportation has made Whitehorse far more accessible at only a short flight away from Edmonton. But you’ll agree, taking away the travel takes away a little of the allure. Slow your pace a little and appreciate just how far away the Klondike really is. This itinerary takes your from Edmonton and through farm country, into Grand Prairie and onto Dawson Creek.
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Itinerary for 3 Days in Dawson City

Itinerary for 3 Days in Dawson City

It’s rumored the streets of Dawson City are paved with gold. Whether it’s true or not, there is no doubt that this northern nugget has enough bawdy history and lore of riches to entertain even the most brazen adventurer. Come stake your claim in the north with three day’s in Dawson City, the heart of the Klondike. Dawson is well connected to the rest of the Yukon, but most commonly accessed via Whitehorse. You can fly Air North from Erik Nielsen Airport in Whitehorse to Dawson City Airport, located about 15 minutes outside of the town-centre. Alternatively, you can drive
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A Concise Guide for Planning a Trip to Canada

A Concise Guide for Planning a Trip to Canada

Canada, “The true north strong and free” is the second largest country in the world spanning over 3,000 miles from east to west, and is replete with picturesque forests, mountains and lakes and some of the most multicultural cities in the world. With all this land to visit it’s no surprise more than 18 million foreigners chose to visit Canada each year.
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