How to Canada
From mountain biking and canoe building, to Canada Day festivities and horseback riding, three intrepid Brits journey from east to west to find out "How to Canada."
To Canada (verb. British. informal):
1. Do something in savoir-faire–style that can only be acquired by travelling in Canada.
2. Experience the country first-hand, through its cities, experiences and people.
"She cracked and ate the lobster, exclaiming, 'This is how to Canada!' "
The UK has counties,
Canada has provinces and territories.
Same idea, only bigger. Much, much bigger.
Where the Pacific is met by bustling city, towering forest and rugged mountain.Tap to Explore
From Rocky Mountains to prairie land, all with a distinctly western feel.Tap to Explore
World class fishing, canoeing, wildlife, and distinct urban landscapes all under the canvas of breathtaking skies.Tap to Explore
Take in the cultural icons of Winnipeg or meet polar bears and the wonders of the North.Tap to Explore
Exciting urban life in the south gives way to the charm of the Great Lakes and the North.Tap to Explore
Become lost in the magic of Montreal and Quebec City, and discover the natural wonder of the St Lawrence and beyond.Tap to Explore
Witness the highest tides in the world, explore amazing scenic drives, and be inspired by original beauty.Tap to Explore
Take in year-round surfing and sea kayaking, wineries and markets, and the world famous Cape Breton IslandTap to Explore
Prince Edward Island
Stunning sand beaches, green pastoral landscape and a unique island way of life.Tap to Explore
Newfoundland & Labrador
18,000 miles of rugged coastline, including Gros Morne National Park, will leave you speechless.Tap to Explore
Iconic wilderness parks in the land of the midnight sun and a vibrant First Nations culture.Tap to Explore
Witness the magic of the Northern Lights, explore vast national parks and hook the catch of a lifetime in the beating heart of the north.Tap to Explore