As Canada’s largest province, there’s no shortage of cool things to do in Quebec. From the cosmopolitan city of Montreal to the whale-watching splendors of Tadoussac, Quebec has it all. This is what makes Quebec road trips such a great experience. Whether you’re looking to explore the cities, the wilderness, the small French towns, or everything in-between, there are lots of great road trips in Quebec.[Read more…] about 7 of the Best Quebec Road Trips
Sunshine, lollipops, and travel accessories…
With summer just around the corner, we’re getting ready for lots of camping and lots of road trips. When it comes to travelling around Canada or camping in the wilderness, there are so many cool products out there. From unique ways of making a quality cup of coffee to stink-free clothing and tree-hanging tents, there’s an endless array of products and services that make life easier or just bring us pure joy. However, some products and services are certainly better than others, so we’ve gone ahead and researched some of the most unique, useful, and downright awesome travel accessories and services travel to enjoy in 2021.
We’ve also gone ahead and ordered all of them (many of which were gifted) to try out over the summer and we’d love to hear from you in the comments as to which one you think takes the cake.
Let’s go.[Read more…] about 21 of the Best Travel Accessories for 2021
Ontario is the second-largest province in Canada and has the highest population, so it’s no surprise that there are a lot of cabin rentals in Ontario to choose from. Whether you’re on a budget or looking for a lakeside mansion, there’s likely something to suit your taste.
Fortunately for you, we researched the most popular destinations in Ontario to relax in nature and picked what we consider some of the best cabin rentals in Ontario based on looks, price (all under $500 per night), and location.
Please be aware that these listings may contain affiliate links, which simply help support the site by giving us a very small commission if you book but with no extra cost to you.
If there’s a cabin that you think should be added to this list, please send us an e-mail or leave a comment and we’ll be happy to review it.[Read more…] about 25 of the Best Cabin Rentals in Ontario
When it comes to cozy cabins and expansive wilderness, it’s hard to beat camping in Alberta. Home to mountains, badlands, prairies, and swaths of boreal forest, there are lots of opportunities for cabin rentals in Alberta. But they can be hard to find. There are so many options for cabins in Alberta and so many destinations, so finding the perfect one for you can be a challenge. That’s why we created this travel guide.
Whether you’re looking to stay in a luxurious cabin in the mountains or go rustic deep into the woods, we’ve got some incredible ideas for cabin rentals in Alberta.[Read more…] about 49 of the Best Cabin Rentals in Alberta
If you’re looking to do some hikes in Kananaskis Country, you’ve come to the right place. Nestled in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies, the Kananaskis is one of Alberta’s finest gems. Home to jaw-dropping mountains, turquoise-coloured lakes, gorgeous waterfalls, and lots of wildlife, it’s one of the most scenic areas in all of Canada.
With so much natural beauty, hiking in the Kananaskis is a very popular activity and a great way to see the stunning landscapes. It’s also relatively quiet compared to its neighbours Banff and Jasper, but is certainly no longer “off-the-beaten-track”. After all, Calgary is just around the corner, and with more and more people getting out into nature, hiking in the Kananaskis is growing in popularity.
Regardless, If you’re looking for some epic beauty, this Kananaskis Hiking travel guide will help you find the best hikes in Kananaskis, including those that are easy, moderate, and hard, as well as both day trips and multi-day backpacking trips.[Read more…] about The Best Hikes in Kananaskis Country
Ontario is a great representation of Canada’s wonderful inland waters. It borders all five Great Lakes and it’s dotted with thousands of smaller lakes and rivers, making it a great place to spend the summer in Canada. Camping in Ontario is a great way to be among nature and enjoy the destination that holds much of the world’s freshwater.
Although Ontario is one of the largest provinces in Canada and home to some of its biggest cities, it’s also home to a treasure-trove of nature, including more than 100 provincial parks. Most parks are open from late spring (May or June) until fall (Labour Day or Thanksgiving Day) and some are open year-round such as Algonquin, MacGregor Point, Pinery, and Killarney, to name a few.
Camping is one of our favourite ways to enjoy the summer, so in this camping in Ontario travel guide, we’re going to share with you the different types of camping, how to book camping spots and the most popular places to go camping in Ontario.[Read more…] about The Best Camping in Ontario
There’s certainly no shortage of attractions in Canada. From world-famous Niagara Falls to massive ski resorts and mountain lakes, there are loads of things to do in Canada. While we could certainly put together a list of what we feel are the best attractions in Canada, we thought we’d use Instagram to find out what everyone else is taking photos of. After all, Instagram is used by more than a billion people and has become an influential tool in promoting tourism in Canada and around the world. So, we waved our magic Instagram wand and found the…[Read more…] about These are the 100 ‘Most Instagrammed’ Attractions in Canada
Updated: May 3, 2021
Newfoundland is one of my favourite places in all of Canada. There’s something about the friendly people, the landscapes, the food, the music, and the overall culture that just makes me want to go back each and every year. By far, it’s the most unique province in Canada, with its own very distinct personality. It was our first stop on our 150-day road trip back in 2017, and from day one, locals kept asking us what we were doing (they saw us with cameras) and then proceeding to invite us to their home for dinner. That’s just the kind of place it is.
If you’re flying into Newfoundland, there’s a good chance that you’ll be flying into St. John’s, the capital city of Newfoundland. St. John’s is an incredibly vibrant town, steeped in history and full of things to do. You could easily spend a week in this area and not run out of activities. From learning about the history of the oldest English-founded city in all of North America to whale watching and lively parties, St. John’s is an incredible place to visit.
Quite possibly the most varied province in Canada, there are so many incredible Alberta road trips. From the rugged Canadian badlands to the jaw-dropping Rocky Mountains, Alberta has everything you could want. Whether it’s exploring the wide-open prairies or one of Canada’s most photographed lakes, there’s an Alberta road trip for everyone.
Alberta is also the home province of Must Do Canada and we know this place better than anyone. We’ve driven from North to South and from West to East, chronicling many of our experiences on this website and on our Youtube channel. Alberta is our backyard and we love it here.
Whether you’re looking for a summer road trip, a winter road trip, or just a weekend getaway from one of the big cities, we’ve got 15 Alberta road trip itineraries for you to choose from.[Read more…] about 15 Beautiful Alberta Road Trips
With more Canadians poised to RV in Canada for the first time, we thought it would be a good idea to create a travel guide to help you make the best of it. After all, road trips in Canada are one of the best ways to explore the world’s second-largest country.
So whether you’re looking for certain tips, laws, or regulations, or just looking for ideas of where to park your RV in Canada, this travel guide will help you make the best decision.[Read more…] about Your Guide to How to RV in Canada