Getaways in Canada

St. John’s Restaurants Open for Delivery & Take-Out During COVID-19

St. John’s Restaurants Open for Delivery & Take-Out During COVID-19

Supporting local business is super important as we try to flatten the curve and stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. While many restaurants have closed their doors until this is over, others are staying open and offering take-out options. Here are places to pick-up great food and support local St. John’s eateries. Get Stuffed Cuisine & Offer: Classic food with a twist. Daily special as well as their regular menu. Take-out & delivery. Address & Phone: 190 Duckworth Street, St. John’s; 709-757-2480 Website Chinched Cuisine & Offer: Deli and take-out only. Curb-side pick-up. Address & Phone: 5 Bates Hill, St.
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Fredericton Restaurants Open for Take-Out & Delivery During COVID-19

Fredericton Restaurants Open for Take-Out & Delivery During COVID-19

Self-isolation and social distancing have made daily life challenging for everyone. While you cannot sit and eat a meal at a restaurant, many restaurants are open offering take-out, curb-side pick-ups, and delivery. You can continue to support local businesses from your couch. Here are the restaurants open for take-out in Fredericton during this challenging time. Caribbean Flavas Resturant & Catering Cuisine & Offer: Caribbean Take-out and delivery Address & Phone: 123 York Street, Fredericton; 506-459-1230 Website Naru Sushi Japanese Resturant Cuisine & Offer: Japanese Take-out and delivery Address & Phone: 536 Queen Street, Fredericton; 506-474-0020 Website Sweet Belgian Desire Cuisine
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25 Hiking Trails In and Around Winnipeg

25 Hiking Trails In and Around Winnipeg

The city of Winnipeg has some great trails to explore, which are so beautiful you might not even believe that you’re still in the city. The surrounding area has a plethora of trails and different areas to explore. If you’re willing to travel a few hours down the road in just about any direction, you can access some incredible Provincial Parks and other areas with trails that extend into the heart of the Canadian Shield and into the pristine wilderness. With so many trails to explore, varying in length and difficulty, getting out and hiking this summer is a must.
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Birding Locations In and Around Edmonton

Birding Locations In and Around Edmonton

Bird watching, also called birding, is an activity that can be shared by young and old. You can find plenty of places to spot your feathered friends within the city or not far outside of Edmonton, and all it takes is a good eye and a little bit of patience. Here are just some of the places to visit on your search. Within Edmonton 1. Gold Bar Park On the south bank of the North Saskatchewan River lies Gold Bar Park. You’ll find a large variety of walking trails through a moderately mature forest, with limited wheelchair access and lots
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15 Summer Adventures in PEI

15 Summer Adventures in PEI

Unplug all your electronic devices, gather up the family and get ready for some wild adventures. While PEI is Canada’s smallest province, there are still a lot of fantastic places for you to explore. Take a dip in the ocean, hike the wilderness path or spend nights under the stars, there is something for everyone that will satisfy your craving for adventures.
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50 Nature Attractions & Hotspots in and around GTA

50 Nature Attractions & Hotspots in and around GTA

As the weather starts to warm up and the flowers start to bloom, there are many opportunities in and around the Greater Toronto Area to get out and reconnect with nature. From simply hiking through stunning tree canopies and in nature preserve trails, to bird watching in a renowned conservation area, to taking advantage of thestunning waters by canoeing, swimming, and relaxing by the shore, there are a variety of options for all types of outdoor fun. Mono Cliffs Provincial Park - Orangeville Located on the Bruce Trail, the Mono Cliffs Provincial Park features a large number of hiking trails
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15 Mother Daughter Getaways in New Brunswick

15 Mother Daughter Getaways in New Brunswick

Mothers and daughters share a special bond that takes them through life. Treat yourself and spend some quality time with that special woman in your life. Plan a getaway and make memories that will last a lifetime. Here are just 15 ideas for Mother-Daughter Getaways in New Brunswick. Go Glamping in a Treehouse Camping doesn’t mean that you have to rough it in the woods. Escape the hustle and bustle of daily life and live in a tree. Miramichi Treehouse & Camping Adventure offers 12 treehouses in the warmer months. Some offer electricity, firepits, and huge decks to relax on.
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25 Hiking Trails In and Around Regina

25 Hiking Trails In and Around Regina

The area surrounding Regina is a hiker’s paradise. You might be surprised to learn that there are a ton of different hikes you can venture out on, not more than two and a half hours away from the city in just about any direction. The scenery and terrain and diverse, so no two hikes are going to be the same. Hike sections of the Great Trail, explore marshlands, sand dunes, and so much more. You may also like: 25 Great Hikes in Saskatchewan 1. Pick your path at Nicolle Flats Interpretive Area Located on the southwest side of Buffalo Pound
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Places to Go Comfort Camping & Glamping in New Brunswick

Places to Go Comfort Camping & Glamping in New Brunswick

From beautiful beaches to old-growth forests, New Brunswick offers many unforgettable camping locations. However, you don’t have to ‘rough it’ when you want to see these amazing places. Glamping has recently become extremely popular in New Brunswick, so now there are campgrounds around the province that offer glamping options. Here are just 15 places to go glamping in New Brunswick. Glamp Camp Conveniently located between Moncton, Fredericton, Saint John and the US borders, hidden away on the 90-acre wooded property is Glamp Camp. You can stargaze in one of their 10 luxury fully-equipped stargazer domes. Each dome comes with its
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Places to Go Comfort Camping & Glamping in Prince Edward Island

Places to Go Comfort Camping & Glamping in Prince Edward Island

Sleep under the stars without having to set up your own camp and roughing it. Glamping around Prince Edward Island is growing more popular every year and there are more options to stay at. Get ready for a camping adventure without all the work at these wonderful glamping and comfortable camping locations around Prince Edward Island. Treetop Haven Stay in a cross between a treehouse and a pod called a TreePOD. A quaint hideaway among the trees, the TreePODs offers a comfortable space surrounded by a beautiful forest. You can pick from five TreePODS named after PEI local birds. Details
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Off the Grid Getaways in Newfoundland & Labrador

Off the Grid Getaways in Newfoundland & Labrador

Getaway from all the hustle and bustle of your hectic daily life and experience the spectacular landscape Newfoundland & Labrador has to offer. Pack your hiking and camping gear and get out there. Check out the 13 places you can set up a campsite off the grid and relax without. Humber River Off-Grid Tours Disconnect and experience what off the grid living is like. Go on an individual or a group day or multi-day tour to explore the diversity of the Humber Basin. Just 45 minutes from Deer Lake Airport, you can explore the wilderness, try your hand at salmon
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25 Off-Grid Adventures in Saskatchewan

25 Off-Grid Adventures in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan is a great province to live in and play in. Contrary to what most people say, the terrain actually is quite diverse. There are so many places you can venture to where you won’t believe you’re even in the same province! Come and see the rolling sand dunes, experience the unique terrain of the Big Muddy Badlands, see the seas of grass blowing in the wind at Grasslands National Park, or venture up to the remote northern parts of the province to have some more rugged wilderness adventures. If you want to get off grid and unplug this summer,
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15 Mother Daughter Getaways in Nova Scotia

15 Mother Daughter Getaways in Nova Scotia

Create some amazing memories by going on a Mother-Daughter Getaway in Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia is home to many beautiful places that make absolutely amazing getaways. So, if you are not sure where you want to go for your special time together, check out a few of the 15 ideas listed below when you are planning your next Mother-Daughter getaway in Nova Scotia. Spa Getaways in Nova Scotia Relax at White Point Beach Resort Escape from the hustle of daily life and head to the seashore for a relaxing getaway. Located on a gorgeous white sand beach, White Point is
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15 Places to Go Comfort Camping & Glamping in Nova Scotia

15 Places to Go Comfort Camping & Glamping in Nova Scotia

Explore Atlantic Canada’s playground while sleeping under the stars without needing to actually ‘rough’ it. Glamping has taken off in Nova Scotia, and there are lots of campgrounds that offer fantastic glamping options that you can enjoy. Here are just 15 places where you can go Glamping in Nova Scotia. East Coast Glamping Explore Nova Scotia and go glamping at any campground. East Coast Glamping offers glamping adventures around the province. Relax in eco-friendly, comfortable tents that can be set up and taken down in a matter of minutes. Details Hammonds Plains Glamping off the Beaton Path Overlooking the Gulf
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Off the Grid Getaways in Nova Scotia

Off the Grid Getaways in Nova Scotia

With its rugged coastlines, old-growth forests and sandy beaches, Nova Scotia offers something for all adventurers. There are many places around the province that offer authentic off the grid getaways. Make sure to pack all the gear you need and plan ahead when heading out for some of the backcountry camping places you can go to in beautiful Nova Scotia. Fishing Cove Backcountry Campground Stay in the only designated wilderness camping area in Cape Breton Highlands National Park. To start your camping adventure, you need to go to the Cheticamp or Ingonish Visitor Centre to register for a backcountry permit.
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25 Things Do & See on the Sunshine Coast

25 Things Do & See on the Sunshine Coast

A unique area of wild British Columbia, the Sunshine Coast encompasses an area of gorgeous mountains, valleys, rivers and coastal waters. From Howe Sound in the south to Desolation Sound in the north, the 177 kilometer stretch that makes up this area is chock full of adventure activities, historical sites and cultural attractions. There are no roads that lead here, only ferries and flights, which makes this destination feel even more remote. Don’t worry though, there are plenty of great accommodations available and some fantastic places to eat to make your stay the best it can be. Take an Aboriginal
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19 Unique Places to Visit in New Brunswick

19 Unique Places to Visit in New Brunswick

New Brunswick is one of the East Coast's hidden gems, and is home to the Bay of Fundy. Those who want to discover new locations and seek out unique experiences, are left with memories to last a lifetime. From the ocean to the city, New Brunswick has so much to offer visitors. It is as unique a province as one can hope to find in Canada, and here are nineteen suggested unique things to do and see in this beautiful place.
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25 Best Hiking Trails in Toronto

25 Best Hiking Trails in Toronto

Getting a taste of nature or the wilderness is no problem in one of the biggest metropolises in the world. Toronto is filled with hidden trails that wind through parks and wooded areas, past rivers and lakes, and that are home to many flora and fauna to keep you engaged and excited throughout your journey on one of many nature trails on this list. Doris McCarthy Trail This trail gives access to exceptional views of Lake Ontario and the Scarborough Bluffs, an escarpment that runs along the eastern waterfront of Toronto. Doris McCarthy Trail is a pathway that leads from
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25 Nature and Wilderness Adventures in Ontario

25 Nature and Wilderness Adventures in Ontario

Looking to unplug this summer? We have the perfect thing for you. Ontario is such a vast province, filled with wonderful opportunities for wilderness adventure. Whether your passion is hitting the water in your canoe or kayak, hiking rugged terrain and wilderness paths, rock climbing, star gazing, letting loose with your more playful side with fun activities like zip-lining or white water rafting, or camping out along the way, this province has everything you need this summer to satisfy your craving for wilderness getaways (whatever your definition of wilderness is). 1. Wilderness Paddling Adventures Wabakimi Provincial Park is truly vast.
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Must Visit Nature Attractions In And Around Edmonton

Must Visit Nature Attractions In And Around Edmonton

Hustle and bustle of life in the city getting to you? Whether you’re looking to escape the suburbs and skyscrapers, or just seeking some fresh air adventure, the good news is there are lots of natural areas for you to explore. Where will you go this weekend? Within Edmonton 1. Larch Sanctuary Tucked away in the middle of the city lies the Larch Sanctuary. Find it on the south side of 23rd Avenue in the Whitemud creek ravine. It’s an important wildlife corridor for animals moving in and around the city. To further conservation efforts, Edmonton & Area Land Trust
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