Our mission is to help travellers make the most of every Canadian experience.
Welcome to Must Do Canada!
Do Canada Right with complete guides, tips, stories and inspiration for travelling around Canada. From major cities to hidden gems off the beaten track, Must Do Canada is the go-to source for Canadians and travellers looking for advice on how to explore Canada.
Canada is the second largest country in the world! With so much to offer, it can be overwhelming to decide where and how to spend your precious leisure time but don’t worry, we’re here to help.
With videos, articles, social media and a weekly newsletter, Must Do Canada is constantly working to create everything you need to make your trip-planning easier and that you don’t miss out on the best things to do across the country.
"We love waking up to beautiful views, meeting the locals, trying unique food and admiring the natural wonders"
We’re a Canadian couple with two totally different backgrounds.
Matt is the “quintessential Canadian”, born under the northern lights in Northern Alberta with family all over the country, whereas Karla is originally from Mexico City, bringing a totally fresh perspective to a country she has fallen in love with.
Over the past 10 years, we have travelled to 42 countries spanning six continents, which has given us the expertise to plan amazing trips and find memorable experiences.
In 2017, we decided to explore our own massive backyard with Road to 150, a 150-day road trip across Canada, witnessing the beauty and diversity of this country and sharing our experiences through video, pictures, social media and articles. Since then, we’ve helped thousands of Canadians and travellers from around the world to make the most of every Canadian experience.
We’re not the only ones who love Canada. Plus, it’s going to take us years, even decades, to explore every corner of this country. That’s why we invite other writers to share stories and guides about Canada too! Get in touch if you’d like to write for us or if you have a story to share.
They look different each time I visit and I never get bored going back. The 1900 squared kilometers of active sand dunes are ever changing.
If you’re already visiting wine country, you may as well venture off the main tasting routes of icewine, chardonnay, riesling, cabernet, and the pinots and
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