According to Canadainternational.gc.ca, over 35 million people visit Canada every year. One of the best ways to explore this fascinating country is through a road trip. Below introduces four ways to have an amazing Canadian road trip.
City Road Trip
Consider starting your road trip in New England. Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec City can be visited one after another as you make your way northeast towards the beautiful island of Prince Edward Island. Each city offers a unique experience with historical sites. In fact, Quebec City is one of the oldest settlements in North America. As a result, the city walls of Quebec City have been named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. An excellent way to end this road trip would be on nearby Prince Edward Island.
Not only does Canada’s smallest province have unique rock red cliffs, Prince Edward Island also has beautiful beaches. There is plenty of seafood dining and even golf courses to enjoy. In addition to this, there are historical sites to visit, such as the Avonlea Village and Green Gables Heritage Site. These sites are centered on the world-renowned author of “Anne of Green Gables”, Lucy Maud Montgomery. Learn more at Tourismpei.com.
No trip to Canada is complete without visiting a mountain. Canada boasts some of the best skiing destinations in the world. The Whistler and Blackcomb mountains in British Columbia have over 200 ski runs with three glaciers to explore. In addition to this, Sun Peaks, near Kamloops, British Columbia is the third largest ski area in Canada. Experienced skiers can enjoy both alpine and Nordic skiing while novices can enjoy guided mountain tours. Snowboarding, snowmobiling and even heli-skiing are all popular activities in Canada’s mountains.
Rent a Motorcycle
Canada is proud to have some of the most beautiful natural scenery in the world. This includes pristine forests, alpine mountains, vast plaints and picturesque coastlines. For your next Canadian road trip, consider renting a motorcycle to explore the hidden scenic treasures within Canada. Keep in mind that a motorcycle license is required in Canada. You will need to pass a motorcycle knowledge, hearing and vision test at your local DMV. Learn more about how to prepare for the written exam necessary to get a motorcycle license at Permit.bike.
In conclusion, taking a road trip in Canada offers plenty of exciting and memorable opportunities. Learn more about Canadian tourism from the Canadian Tourism Commission.