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Algonquin Park 5 Annapolis Royal 1 Baie-Saint-Paul 1 Banff National Park 9 Big White Mountain Village 1 Bonavista 1 Botwood 2 Brackley Beach 1 Brockville 1 Caledonia 1 Calgary 4 Campbellton 1 Canmore 1 Cape Breton Island 6 Cardigan 1 Charlottetown 1 Churchill 1 Clearwater 1 Coleman 1 Courtenay 2 Cranbrook 1 Cumberland 1 Davidson 1 Dawson City 1 Denman Island 1 Digby 1 Duncan 1 Dunham 1 Edmonton 5 Fernie 1 Field 1 Gaspé 2 Golden 4 Gracefield 1 Halifax 3 Hamilton 2 Hatfield Point 1 Heathcote 1 Hinton 1 Huntsville 1 Ile d'Anticosti 1 Invermere 1 Jasper National Park 6 Kamloops 2 Kananaskis 1 Kelowna 2 L'Anse-St-Jean 1 Lansdowne 1 Lead Cove 1 London 1 Mahone Bay 1 Manitoulin Island 1 Masset 1 Matane 1 Miramichi 1 Moncton 1 Mont-Tremblant 2 Montreal 42 Nanaimo 3 Nelson 2 Niagara Falls 9 Nordegg 1 Norris Point 1 North York 1 Orford 1 Ottawa 9 Parrsboro 1 Pemberton 2 Penticton 1 Perce 1 Pointe-a-la-Garde 1 Port Alberni 1 Port Hardy 2 Port Mouton 1 Powerview 1 Prince George 2 Prince Rupert 3 Quebec City 16 Queen Charlotte 1 Racine 1 Radium Hot Springs 1 Ramea 1 Regina 1 Revelstoke 2 Rimouski 1 Rivière-du-Loup 2 Roberts Creek 1 Rocky Harbour 1 Saguenay 2 Saint John 2 Saint-Antonin 1 Sainte-Anne-des-Monts 3 Sainte-Monique-de-Honfleur 1 Sault Ste. Marie 1 Silver Star 1 Skookumchuck 1 Sointula 1 Souris 1 Squamish 3 Squilax 1 St. Catharines 1 St. John's 3 Stoneham 1 Tadoussac 1 Temagami 1 Témiscouata-sur-le-Lac 1 Thunder Bay 4 Tofino 3 Toronto 31 Trinity East 1 Trois-Rivières 1 Ucluelet 2 Val-David 1 Vancouver 23 Vernon 1 Victoria 4 Ville-Marie 1 Waterton National Park 1 Wentworth 1 West Springhill 1 Westport 1 Whistler 8 Whitehorse 2 Winnipeg 3 Yoho National Park 2

Canada Travel Tips & Suggestions

Fernie is simply a great place to get away from all of the garbage. The town has a wicked ora to it and is very laid back, great mountain biking and hiking. Both Same Sun and the Raging Elk hostels rock and keep the town cool. Have fun... and I'm coming back.
I lived in Squamish for almost a year and loved it! The climbing is amazing, the people are friendly! Also, for great food and drinks, check out the Brew Pub!
Wow! Algonquin Park is the best place to eat sleep party and play!!! If you ever get into some hard core camping, with serious scenery, go to Algonquin, it's worth the drive!
I love Dawson City. Its so far away from everything but when arriving it feels right at home. Its small with only maybe 2000 people but full of stuff to do and with more bars and saloons than any other place with only that few people. especially the music festival in mid July is worth the trip (make sure you have a bed …
Kelowna is a great place -- the Okanagan has the most beautiful scenery of anywhere I've been in the world, crystal clear lakes perfect for swimming on hot summer days and amazing desert and mountain scenery. Too many people pass straight through on the way to places like Banff, but make sure to give yourself a few …
Must sees in Calgary are the Stampede (if you're in town in early - mid July), Prince's Island Park, Glenbow Museum, Heritage Park, Glenmore Resevoir/Weasel Head, Bowness Lagoon. Calgary is close to the mountains, beautiful city, friendly people.
Niagara Falls is very touristy, and there's not much to see asides from the main tourist strip. If you want to see the Falls, just one night, or even a day trip from Toronto is generally enough to get your fix of this place. There's the huge waterfall (you can take the Maid of the Mist boat right up close), and Clifton …
The skimboarding at Roberts Creek is amazing.
Vancouver has got to be one of the best cities on earth. Too many people stop here for just a few days on the way to other places -- give yourself a little longer here and you won't want to leave. The best thing I did here was a speedboat trip up Indian Arm from Deep Cove on the North Shore -- get six other people …
Whitehorse is a great city for the outdoor enthusiast. Make sure you take a dip in the Takhini Hot Springs. If you're looking for nightlife though, look elsewhere.
The Okanagan is the most beautiful place I've been to on the planet. Crystal clear lakes perfect for swimming in the hot summer days and spectacular desert and mountain scenery. It is too often passed up for the tourist traps of the rockies, but make sure to include at least a few days here, and Penticton is the best …
If you like to party and are in need of a place with a very happening night life then Montreal is the place for you.
You'll have the time of your life in Whistler!
Lots of stuff to see in Ottawa, but the city basically shuts down at 9:00 PM. Go to Montreal for the night.
Edmonton is a fun city all year round. They have a huge river valley for running, biking, blading etc. It's better to come in the summer when there are loads of festivels and concerts. It's a sports city. They love their hockey (Oilers), their football (Eskimos), and lots of other sports. So if you want to see great …
Regina, the capital and largest city in Saskatchewan, is located centrally within the province and one of the few cities in the region with a hostel. It offers many big-city attractions while maintaining a small-town atmosphere. Regina is a friendly city with award-winning restaurants, a happening nightlife, and …
Cape Breton Island is not only spectacular, but also as an island, it is quite large. If you are going to do this island well and see all things worth seeing, you really do need a car. There is so much to see and do on Cape Breton Island, it is really worth taking the time out to drive around and explore the entire …
There are quite a few Toronto hostels to choose from when you're planning your visit. As always, be sure to check the hostels ratings before you book and book early, especially during the summer, to have the best chance of getting a bed at one of the best hostels. Toronto is Canada's largest city and one of the most …
Port Mouton is a town situated on the Lighthouse Route on the southern shore of Nova Scotia. The town is a quiet residential town and expands quite a long distance in area along the highway. You will find that the hostels in Port Mouton are situated on the outskirts of the town and are close to some of the local craft …
Rivière-du-Loup, which translates to "wolf river," is situated on the south side of the St. Lawrence River and is one of the larger towns along the highway toward the Maritimes. The main street is abuzz with small cafes and bars and small arts and craft shops to visit. Along the way, you will find several signs …