Saturday, February 13, 2021

Travelling in Canada: The East and West Coasts, and Right Home here in Ontario

 A lot of people ask me about travelling to Canada's East and West Coasts. Since I have travelled extensively through Canada, and written about it, I thought I would consolidate all the links here.

Banff, Yoho and Jasper (2021)

Here's my full list of travel diaries for Banff, Jasper, Yoho in 2021. Each post has details on what to see, etc. These trips are all post-Covid era, so they are updated with procedures, tips etc.

West Coast Canada (2019 and 2016)

A trip to the beautiful and majestic Rockies has to be done again and again. You fly into Calgary, and then rent a car. Calgary itself has a few things to see, especially the Peace Bridge. From there, you drive to the magnificent and awe inspiring Banff National Park. After spending a few days there, you can head over to Jasper National Park, and the adjacent Yoho National Park. Each park is unique in its own way and has tons to see and do. From Calgary, it's about ten hours drive away to Vancouver, and on to Victoria.

Click here to access the overview and dive deeper into the details.

East Coast Canada (2019)

A beautiful drive, starting from Toronto through Quebec and all the way to the tip of the Cabot Trail in Nova Scotia and back. Beautiful highlights included PEI, the Hopewell Rocks and of course, Peggy's Cove. 

Click here to access the overview and dive deeper into the details.


If you are living right here in the Golden Horseshoe, there's lots of neat things to do right around home.

Quebec City and Tadoussac (2008):

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