Travel to Canada

Downtown Vancouver, Canada
Downtown Vancouver, Canada

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Known as America’s kinder half, Canada boasts breathtaking natural wonders, vibrant metropolises and welcoming local culture. And did we mention poutine?

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Canada travel can range from bustling metropolitan cities to jaw-dropping natural wonders. Starting on the west coast and moving east, some of the best places to visit in Canada include Vancouver, Whistler, Banff, Toronto and Montreal. Get a glimpse of the Pacific Northwest (Canadian-style) in Vancouver, where you’ll find an urban playground among the mountains and the sea. For snow bunnies, Whistler is a skier’s paradise in the winter, and offers some of the best Canada adventure activities. Banff is one of the most stunning national parks in Canada and a wonder to behold. Toronto has that big city life with towering skyscrapers and a delicious food scene. Then there’s Montreal, Canada’s cultural beating heart that retains a hint of European charm mixed with the best of modern North America.

Canada is a huge country (bigger than the US!), so the best way to plan a Canada trip is to decide what type of experience you want to have. For example, do you want your Canada travel plans to focus on nature? Do you want the buzz of a big city? Another factor to consider is time of year. Some locations shine in the winter versus the summer, and vice versa. Once you answer these two questions, your Fora Advisor can recommend the best Canada hotels and resorts for your trip.

Canada has a treasure trove of activities to add to your bucket list. In the winter, one of the best things to do in Canada is skiing – our favorite spots are Whistler and Banff National Park. These winter wonderlands are playgrounds for a rugged Canada adventure. In the summer, Niagara Falls glistens in the sunshine, while Lake Louise’s clear waters mirror the majestic beauty that surrounds it. If your Canada trip includes Vancouver, make sure to walk across the Capilano Suspension Bridge and take a day trip to Victoria on Vancouver Island. Depending on where your Canada travel takes you, your Fora Advisor can recommend personalized activities for you and act as your very own Canada travel guide.

America’s friendly neighbor to the north is made for family vacations, especially when it comes to experiencing the great outdoors. The best Canada vacations for families include: ski vacations in Whistler, visiting Banff National Park (and staying at Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise – one of the best Canada resorts) and seeing Niagara Falls up close (just two hours outside of Toronto). Canada family travel is perfect for when you want to get your kids off their screens and back to nature.

Your Fora Advisor can alert you to specific entry and exit requirements for Canada travel and you can also check out official government websites for more information. Currently, the Canadian government requires all non-Canadian citizens age 18 and over entering the country to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.