Jacques-Cartier National Park Just Outside Québec City: A Natural Wonderland, Waiting to Be Explored

Jacques Cartier National Park in winter

It’s hard to believe that a park like this exists just a short drive from Québec City, but believe us, it very much does. With steep slopes, deep valleys, and both calm waters and rapids — this park has something for everyone and is a joy to explore and even stay the night. Quebec is […]

Inspiring Art Galleries And Art Experiences In New Brunswick That You Won’t Want To Miss

Art Galleries in New Brunswick

Discover the immersive art scene in New Brunswick with our guide to the best galleries and art experiences in the province. From Fredericton’s historic charm to Saint John’s coastal allure, explore the diverse artistic expressions that make this Canadian province a cultural haven. Culture is strong within the borders of New Brunswick in the Canadian […]

The Top Things To Do In Quebec City: Discover Why We Think It’s The Most Beautiful City In Canada

View overlooking Quebec City at sunset for a guide on the best things to do in Quebec City

Discover the charm of Canada’s most beautiful city with our guide to the best things to do in Quebec City. From exploring historic landmarks and vibrant museums to indulging in culinary delights, our guide to Quebec’s capital will show you the must-see attractions. When Samuel de Champlain established the first French colony in what is […]

Island Bliss Awaits: How To Plan An Unforgettable PEI Road Trip

Red sand cliffs seen on a PEI road trip

Discover the charm of a PEI road trip with our comprehensive guide! Uncover hidden gems, scenic routes, and must-visit attractions for an unforgettable drive through Prince Edward Island. Canada’s smallest province has it all – gorgeous beaches, blazing red cliffs, drifting sand dunes,postcard fishing villages, fresh-from-the-boat seafood, lighthouses galore, and Anne of GreenGables. The history […]

8 Can’t-Miss Breweries in British Columbia: Taking the Northwest BC Ale Trail from Prince George to Prince Rupert


Visiting the top breweries in British Columbia along the Northwestern BC Ale Trail is an adventure for the curious here in Canada.

Exploring the Towns of British Columbia’s Powder Highway: Skiing Or Not, There’s Much to Appreciate

Fernie’s main street is bookended by the Lizard Range

By its very name, you might assume the Powder Highway is a paradise for snowboarders and skiers alike — but it’s also much more than that. We Explore Canada contributor Diane Selkirk walks you through how to make the most of your visit to 5 of the prominent BC towns on the Powder Highway. The […]

L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site: Visiting The First European Settlement in North America


L’Anse aux Meadows is the first place European settlers made their way to North America in 1000 AD. Today, it’s a Canadian National Historic Site and UNESCO World Heritage Site, welcoming tens of thousands of visitors to the northern peninsula of Newfoundland each year. Nearly as far north as roads will take you on the […]

Discover “La Belle Province” With These Unforgettable Places To Visit In Quebec

Chateau Frontenac, one of the best places to visit in Quebec

Explore Quebec’s charm with our curated guide to the best places to visit in Quebec! From the historic cobblestone streets of Old Montreal to the breathtaking landscapes of Forillon National Park, discover the top destinations that showcase the province’s diverse beauty and cultural richness. Stretching across a massive area between Ontario and the Maritimes, Quebec […]

The Ultimate Jasper National Park Itinerary: Tips for Visiting in Fall (Or Any Season)

Jasper National Park

Welcome to the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies! Its size can be a bit overwhelming at times, but Robin and Arlene Karpan have created the ideal Jasper National Park itinerary to help you make the most of your visit, especially if you’re aiming for autumn. Jasper is the largest of Canada’s Rocky Mountain […]

Exploring Riding Mountain National Park in Manitoba: Get Out in Nature, While Appreciating Local Communities

Hiking at Riding Mountain National Park

Sitting atop the Manitoba Escarpment, Riding Mountain National Park consists of three distinct ecosystems – grasslands, upland boreal and eastern deciduous forests. For anyone who thinks that Manitoba is only prairie farmland, we’d urge you to come here and smash that misconception. We Explore Canada contributor Ron Pradinuk is here to tell you how to […]