Viking Village B&B, L'Anse aux Meadows, 5 Minutes from LAnse aux Meadows National Historic Viking Site,
Phone:1-877-858-2238 Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada
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Captain Cook Cottages, York Harbour, 1 Hour 20 Minutes from Deer Lake Airport. Phone: 1-877-681-2906 Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada By Wendy Nuttall #explorecanada #newfoundlandLabradortourism #explorenewfoundlandlabrador #yorkharbour #wheretostay #cottagelife ... See MoreSee Less
georgian bay in south bruce peninsula, wiarton Ontario, land of the free 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less
Happy Fathers Day to all the dads, grandads and extended family dads celebrating today! Do you have a special travel memory in Canada with your dad? Share it with us in the comments below! 📷 : timcoulson (Instagram) 📍: Prince Edward Island Tourism ... See MoreSee Less
My Dad and Mom took us camping in our Glendette trailer all over Ontario and down to Florida every year. He drove across this country Twice. He made other trips in this fabulous country for his love of driving rubbed of on me too. He loved to call Canada 🇨🇦 home after he immigrated from Holland at age 18 and met my Mother here who also is from Holland1 day ago · 1
Sometimes it’s worth getting off the beaten path. 2,200 square kilometres of pristine wilderness, rugged peaks and unique flora make up Tombstone Territorial Park in Yukon. If you’re planning to explore the area, start your trip at the Tombstone Interpretive Centre for maps, interpretive displays, and a cup of Mountain Wild tea by the fire.
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An hour or two outside of almost any Canadian city is where cottage country starts. Muskoka is a 'small' chunk of land (40,000 km2 out of a 10,000,000 km2 country) just outside of Toronto, that is tra...
For a unique experience in Banff, get out on the Bow River for a paddle with the The Banff Canoe Club. Paddle your way past scenic sites including Vermilion Lakes and keep your eyes peeled for wildlife on the river. Don’t forget your adventure buddy - dogs are welcome in the canoes and on the stand up paddle boards, as long as you are prepared to get wet! 💦
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