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Canadian Vacations

In this time of uncertainty and closed borders the family vacation is changing.  Not everyone feels comfortable at the thought of jumping on a plane and flying to another country.  If you still want to go away, then there is always the option of travelling in Canada.  Once the provinces reopen their borders it will be easy to jump in the car, on a train, or if you want on a plane and explore our amazing country. 

Also a great opportunity to put money back into our economy.

No matter what you need to plan your road trip Helen Thompson Travel can help.  Customize routes, hotel reservations, train tickets, plane tickets, car rentals, RV rentals, sights to see, restaurant reservations we can plan it all out for you.

There is no limit on what you can do.  Below are just a few examples of the amazing adventures that await you right here at home.

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Newfoundland

Newfoundland and Labrador is often referred to as “the rock” and with good reason, the remarkable geological landscape lets you explore pieces of the earth that are billions of years old. But don’t let that rugged exterior fool you, there’s a tranquil, calming, soft side to the province as well.

New Brunswick

New Brunswick is known for the Bay of Fundy and the varied tidal views of the iconic Hopewell Rocks. The Bay of Fundy tides play a role in everyday life – for fishermen, for whale watching and for when you can drive over the ocean floor to Minister’s Island.

Nova Scotia

On your journey through Nova Scotia, you will find all you hoped to see and do. Whether it is the energetic atmosphere of Halifax, the serene beauty of Lunenburg, the inspiring music of Cape Breton, the breathtaking view from the Cabot Trail, or a delectable lobster supper, all this and more is waiting for you.

Prince Edward Island

Many come here to experience the place described in dreamy quality in the famous Anne of Green Gables Series by Lucy Maud Montgomery. Now you can visit her home, a museum transformed back into the era of Anne’s day. Pack a picnic and head for the red sandy shores of Cavendish, or take a stroll through historical Charlottetown.

Quebec

From vibrant cities to larger-than-life landscapes, electrifying festivals to outdoor adventures, let the places and people of Québec wash over you.

Manitoba

Canada’s central province, Manitoba is primarily known for being home to the polar bear capital of the world. But there’s a lot of other enticing attractions in the region, such as its many beautiful lakes, its world-class museums, and its unique festivals.

Ontario

Toronto, Niagara Falls and Lake Huron.Discover one-of-a-kind shops and 19th century buildings in the village of St.

Jacobs, rent a canoe in Huntsville, enjoy a Thousand Islands Cruise in Kingston and experience Algonquin Provincial Park 

Saskatchewan

Saskatoon and Regina may be the best known, but many of our cities and communities feature great food and drink, shopping, museums and nightlife. Love camping? You’ll love our 35 provincial parks and two National parks. 100,000 lakes and rivers make for great boating and freshwater fishing.

Alberta

Alberta is a province in Western Canada. Its landscape encompasses mountains, prairies, desert badlands and vast coniferous forests. It has more than 600 lakes, and rich mineral deposits. In the west, the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks have glaciers in the Columbia Icefields.

British Columbia

British Columbia, Canada's westernmost province, is defined by its Pacific coastline and mountain ranges. Nature areas like Glacier National Park offer hiking and biking trails, as well as campgrounds. Whistler Blackcomb is a major ski resort that hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics. The scenic Sea-to-Sky Highway links Whistler with Vancouver, a city known for its film industry, at the province's southern U.S. border.

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