What is your favorite place in Canada?
Newfoundland is a world of its own, brimming with unique experiences unlike anywhere else. St. John’s was my favorite place – walking along the Signal Hill Trail, then sitting to watch the whales along the coast line, and completing the perfect day with a pint at a local pub on Battery Street.
What is your best travel memory in Canada?
Driving Highway 430 north in Newfoundland, through Gros Morne National Park (home to the largest concentration of moose in the world) up to L’anse Aux Meadows (the first Viking landing in Canada) while listening to Great Big Sea (a fantastic Newfoundland based band). We counted 12 moose in one afternoon and made memories to last a lifetime.
What one thing in Canada should you experience at least once in your life?
The West coast of British Columbia by plane is a must do! Whether it’s a float plane flight between Victoria to Vancouver, or a small plane trip up the coast to Port Hardy, the coast is simply awe-inspiring. Looking down on the islands and coastal mountain range is a beautiful experience. It’s also recognized as a Signature Canadian Experience.
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St. John’s, the capital of Newfoundland & Labrador located on Canada’s Atlantic Coast is one of the oldest cities in North America.
As the oldest and most easterly city in North America, this is where heritage lives. Melded with culture, history, and personality, St. John's has survived two World Wars, five centuries, countless hardships and ... Read more...
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With the journey to Victoria equally as fascinating as the city itself, this overnight package offers scenic ocean travel, a captivating series of gardens, and an introduction to the enchanting waterfront city of Victoria. Included is a scenic float plane ride back to Vancouver.Read more...