Take a stroll through any airport and you’re bound to see at least a few Away suitcases. The stylish roller bags have become emblematic of those who have mastered the art of travel, skipping lines with a flash of a precheck boarding pass, snoozing in exclusive lounges, and stowing their suitcases in overhead compartments without having to shove, beg, or bribe.
The typical tour bus gets a retro makeover in Jasper’s newest sightseeing attraction, taking guests on a time-travelling journey through the quaint Albertan mountain town.
After bringing its all-inclusive approach to ski-in/ski-out experiences around the world more than two dozen times, Club Med has turned its sights on Canada, with a mountain village in the snowy forests at the base of Massif de Charlevoix in Quebec.
Agrotourism is not new—people have long travelled to connect with agricultural aspects of rural tourist destinations. But in Prince Edward County, the association of the term with sustainable ecotourism has helped the agro-focused region draw more than 650,000 visitors annually.
Since other forms of travel have been all but eliminated for the time being, Canadian scenic drives might be the salve that the wanderlust-stricken soul is yearning for.
Each of these Alberta chalets and cabins has a unique character that will make you want to stay forever.
Venture beyond the borders of major Canadian cities this autumn for some R&R in the countryside.
The famous surf town comes together to deal with the tensions of safety and tourism.
If dreamy coastal drives, farm-fresh food, and scenic hikes are your idea of a perfect summer weekend, it’s not too late to book a quick late-summer getaway to the Charlevoix region of Quebec.