From soaring mountains to quaint seaside communities, Canada is full of wonders to explore. These five must-do road trips are here to inspire you to travel to the best places in the country. Sight-see, eat famous foods, hike, shop, and more - all in one trip! Book a few days off from work because you will want to see as much as you can.
The West Coast, which consists of beautiful cities, mountains, and scenic routes, is not something you want to miss out on. When travelling from Vancouver to Edmonton, you will be able to stop through several stunning places along the way.
Starting in Vancouver, British Columbia, the 1,260 km route would take you approximately 13 hours of driving. Be sure to book off more time so you can explore the spots listed below. Here is the perfect road trip from Vancouver to Edmonton:
You should plan to spend anywhere between 8 to 12 days on this road trip. Be sure to spend a few days in each city and enjoy all that it has to offer.
Often overlooked, the East Coast is full of hidden gems. You will never find people who are nicer and see towns that are more beautiful than you will on the East Coast. Starting in Halifax and ending at the Cabot Trail, see sights that you’ve never seen before. This 600km road trip will take you approximately seven-and-a-half of driving. Here is the guide to the ultimate Nova Scotia road trip:
You should plan to spend anywhere between seven to ten days. You will want to take your time exploring Halifax, Cape Breton, and driving around Cabot Trail to make sure you see all of its beauty.
Realistically, when you think of Canada, you think of places like Toronto. Ottawa may be the capital, but Toronto is the New York City of Canada. Ontario is a must-see for any Canadian-bound tourists. This 870km road trip takes about ten hours of driving. Here are all of the best places to sight-see in Ontario:
You should plan to spend anywhere between 10 to 13 days to truly soak up all that this Ontario trip has to offer.
Quebec. Ah Quebec, La Belle Province. Brush up on your French and learn why it is called "the beautiful province." This 360km road trip takes only four hours to complete. Here are all the must-see places in Quebec:
You should plan to stay at least five days as you would want to stay in Montreal for at least three and in Tremblant for at least one.
From Saskatchewan to Winnipeg, see the hidden gems of Canada's breadbasket. There is far more than wheat in the Prairies. The 1,120km trip takes 12 hours to cover. Here are the must-see places in the Flatlands:
You should plan to stay anywhere between seven and ten days on this trip since it is a longer drive.
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