Travel Guide


Travel Guide for Canada

Canada is one of the most accessible international destinations from the US. If you live in the north part of the US, you can even drive to Canada from the US through interstate highways such as I-5. Canada is the second-largest country in the world, so it is a good idea to plan for multiple visits. The best time to visit Canada in a year is May through October, however, since the hotels will become more expensive when it gets warmer, consider booking your trip in advance in order to save money.

Ground transportation: In big cities, such as Vancouver, there are public transportation options such as Bus, SkyTrain, or Sea Bus. If you are planning to visit national parks, getting a rental car can give you more flexibility. Rental car companies such as Enterprise, Budget, Avis, or Hertz are available in Canada.

Stays: If you are looking for unique experiences such as renting a cottage or cabin, you can use Airbnb or VacationRentalCanada to explore the options. If you are looking for lower cost options, try checkout Motels in Canada.

Here are a few more options for you to compare and book your stay:

Visas: Visa is not required for US citizens to enter Canada. Non-US citizen travelers will need to apply for an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA). Refer to the Canada Travel Advisory board posted by the US Department of State before you travel. If you need help while traveling, reach out to the US Embassy in Canada for assistance.

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Manitoulin Island, Canada

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Pee Pee Island, Canada

Flowerpot Island, Canada

Algonquin Park, Canada

Wasaga Beach Provincial Park

District Municipality of Muskoka