Canada Travel Resources
Canada travel really does have it all, but, frankly, that’s part of the problem when planning a Canadian adventure. There’s just so much to see and do! Take a look below at some of our Canada Travel Resources, including the online sites, books and products that we use to plan our boomer travel adventures in Canada. They’ll help narrow down some of the best that this beautiful country has to offer so that you can plan your trip with ease.
Online Canadian Travel Resources
For all the basics and great information, check out the Canada’s official Travel Website.
Lonely Planet has a comprehensive articles archive on all of Canada’s best travel options.
Nomadic Matt offers some useful tips in his curated list of Canadian adventures.
Road warriors will love Rough Guides list of Top Five Canadian Road Trips.
Looking for a place to stay? Start with our favorite places to stay in Canada or begin your search for hotels in Canada with us.
Canada’s Great Trail is just about 100% completed. At 15,000 miles, it’s the world’s longest recreational trail and stretches from the East coast to the West Coast. Talk about Canadian Adventure!
And be sure to check out our growing list of articles on active travel in Canada.
Canada Travel Resources: Books, Guides and Videos
National Geographic Guide to Canada’s National Parks is a great place to start if you’re looking to hit some of the country’s national parks.
Great Atlantic Canada Bucket List is a helpful way to get your own Canada travel bucket list completed.
Rails over Mountains, Exploring Canada’s Western Mountain Railway makes a great argument for exploring Canada by train.
Canada’s Roadtrip Guide: A Journey on the Trans-Canada Highway from St. John’s to Victoria is a must read for those adventurous road warriors out there.
Lonely Planet’s Guide to Exploring Banff, Jasper, Glacier National Parks has all you need to explore these amazing Canadian parks.
Canada Travel Resources: Gear
This stylish Coolibar UPF Womens Travel Shirt is a must for any suitcase, and is perfect for the varying Canadian climate. Its sophisticated style hides its practical features such as UPF 50+ protection and underarm mesh ventilation panels.
Never get soaked again with this Shelikes Waterproof Jacket. Its cool fisherman-yellow color is a fun addition to any wardrobe style and is extremely helpful for Canada’s coastal areas.
Damp, squishy shoes are no fun, no matter what temperature it is. Use these cute Butterfly Twists Women’s Wellies to chase the rain away while enjoying jumping in a few puddles!
Carry all of your essentials in this Zomake Lightweight Dayback that folds up when not in use.
If you’re planning an active travel adventure in Canada, these Columbia Storm Surge Pants are both comfortable and practical.
No matter what time of year, Canada can get cold so don’t forget to pack these Women’s Thermal Heat gloves. Travel with the confidence of keeping your hands warm and dry no matter where your adventures take you!
And we hope our Canada Travel Resources have inspired your next trip to Canada. You’ll have a blast!
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