St. Andrews, New Brunswick, is the perfect place for a family summer getaway.
During the 2010 Winter Olympics, the world got to see how beautiful Whistler is in the winter. Luckily for us, Whistler is stunning year round and has heaps of great activities to entertain us in the summer months, too.
Hamilton has a reputation as an industrial town, but it has plenty of sights for the curious traveller. Click through these photos to learn more about what the Hammer has to offer.
Ladner, B.C. is a beautiful place to visit, as evidenced by these photographs. Click through for some of Ladner’s quaint sights.
There are many breathtaking and historical sites on the cruise from British Columbia to Alaska. But a picture is worth a thousand words, as they say. Enjoy these photos from the Alaskan cruise.
You have your vacation all figured out: the places you’ll go, the sites you’ll see. But it’s costing a bit more than expected. Don’t trash your plans! You can still do everything you want on vacation and not break the bank. Here’s some pointers to help you save.
Not heading south this season? Don’t sweat it. Here are 5 hot ways to catch the warming trend close to home.
While in Scotland, take some time to sample some of the wonderful brands of whisky. But with so many distilleries out there, it’s tough to decide where to go. We’ve listed eight of the best places for you to fill your glass during your Scotland adventure.
Family vacations: we love ’em, we need ’em, we crave ’em… but at the same time, they fill us with dread. From never-ending flights (and security lineups) to mid-trip illness or activity angst, traveling en famille has its challenges. The good news? Advance planning can make your next family vacation a lot easier.
On a flight, pilots and airline staff often have their own way of speaking, using interesting jargon while on duty. Here’s a glossary of terms used by pilots and airline staff that can help you decode what they’re saying.
Nearly 170,000 Canadians over the age of 55 spend at least three months in warmer locals every year. And if you expand the definition of “snowbird” to include those who escape snow shovelling for only a month or so each year-that number jumps to over a million.
Ready to fly south for the winter? Choosing your destination is just part of becoming a snowbird. Before you take flight, check out these nine tips.
As any parent knows, flying with kids can be a challenge. However, if you plan in advance, you can make any flight-even a long haul one-a breeze. Here are eight tips to help ease the stress in the airport and up in the clouds.
Giving back when you travel is about leaving a destination in better shape than you found it, through socially and environmentally conscious travel practices. The best part? Giving back can make for a more memorable-and meaningful-travel experience.
I first saw Kingston on a bright, crisp Christmas day. The city had been dusted lightly with snow and its handsome limestone buildings were sparkling in the sunshine.
Swimming pools are an excellent way to cool off as the temperature rises. But there’s much more that you can do with them besides going for a swim. Here are some of the possibilities.
Considered one of the best wildlife encounters, Sea North Tours have been delighting people with their whale watching tours of Hudson Bay. Visitors put on an artic wetsuit to slip into the chilly waters to snorkel with Beluga whales.
We asked and you responded with your best photos of our land. You sent in your favourite photos: from coast to coast, city to country, day to night. Here are a few of the images we received.
If you’ve ever thought you’ve seen one beach, you’ve seen them all then you need to get around a bit more. Beaches come in all kinds of consistencies, from that of powdered sugar to large skipping stones. And even what one might consider the “normal” sand color is a shade that varies from white towards light brown.
There’s never been a better time to visit Mexico. For the most part the country is as safe as ever, and because of the economic downturn there are great bargains to be had. But if those well-trodden tourist towns and fancy resorts aren’t beckoning you, maybe it’s because you have a yearning for an earlier version of Mexico: That exotic ‘south of the border’ country that inspired movies and songs with its vast landscape and welcoming cultures.