Pandemic restrictions are easing in many Canadian provinces, so many people have been eager to get out and camp.
Keep these lavish escapes in mind when you plan your next weekend in the woods.
If you haven’t woken up in the cozy confines of a refurbished 1978 Airstream trailer surrounded by coniferous coastal forest—what are you waiting for?
Each of these Alberta chalets and cabins has a unique character that will make you want to stay forever.
Whether you’re escaping the city, celebrating a special occasion, or just relaxing with your family, these seven dwellings from glamorous cabins to cozy huts are a few of many magical destinations these two eastern provinces have to offer.
When it comes to road trips, there are almost too many considerations to list but we’ve done our best to think of everything from tents to CBD-infused pillows.
A list highlighting camping, architecture, and lodges that celebrate the natural beauty of Quebec.
Camping (or lately, glamping) has long connected travellers with remote destinations, but another solution, the geodesic dome, is popping up to push boundaries even further. But the design behind these domes is nothing new.
Look past the castles, French villas, and royal family estates in rural France. Cast your eyes to the sky, and you may just find your next family vacation.
We are spoiled for choice when it comes selecting the best travel stories of 2019. From international luxury hotels to our favourite local glamping and cultural destinations, these are the top 1o places we visited this year.
With multiple national parks and UNESCO World Heritage sites only a few hours drive from Calgary and Edmonton, one need not travel far to escape the city.
The inaugural multi-day festival showcased world-class talent, mere minutes from the city centre.
Less than two hours from downtown Toronto, former tobacco fields have become a stylish glamping site for urbanites wanting an escape from the big city.
Unmissable experiences across the country.
To those in the know, the proper pronunciation is: Clah-quot. Within British Columbia’s Clayoquot Sound UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, on the westernmost edge of Vancouver Island, is a native wilderness of storybook beauty.
There are no room numbers or hallways. No elevators or stairways. Instead, timber homes in a forest of ponderosas overlook a meadow, and tent-suite camps are nestled at the foot of towering pines on the banks of Montana’s Elk Creek and the Blackfoot River. This is Paws Up.