Canadian winter is a manifestation of nature’s harshness. In most parts of the country, people trudge through the snow for almost six months of the year, from November to April. Though some may prefer to hibernate, there are others who do not wish to fall prey to the boredom of cabin fever during the long winter season. The sense of fun coupled with the spirit of adventure of winter enthusiasts has given rise to diverse outdoor activities that are truly entertaining. Hence, to experience the excitement of Canadian winter, you need to participate in the following activities…
North America is a continent housing Canada, the United States, Mexico, and the Caribbean. This is a collection of guides showcasing the best of North America.
We love New York City! We’ve visited the Big Apple many times over the past decade, but haven’t really shared a lot of our experiences from our travels. What we learned over all these visits is that trying to plan a trip to NYC can be overwhelming. There is just so much to see and trying to pick out what… Read More
Alberta is Canada’s most beautiful province. I may be biased since I was born there, but it’s hard to compete with the Rocky Mountains, the badlands, and the glistening glacier lakes. So since we love it so much, we want to share the most beautiful places to visit in Alberta to let you judge for yourself! Beautiful Places in Alberta… Read More
You don’t have to leave the province to have a world-class adventure, there are numerous things to do in Ontario that will get your blood pumping without having to step foot on a plane! Yes, we’ve done all the things in Ontario that everyone recommends like going to the Royal Ontario Museum, watching a show at the Stratford Festival, or… Read More