If you're planning on booking a road trip in Canada, but you're not sure how, don't worry, we've got your back. Canada is a country that is filled with so much to see, and you've already made a great choice by considering to see what Canada has to offer. A road trip with a car is good, but a road trip with an RV? That's amazing!
An RV road trip allows you to see so much of the cities or towns you're in. You can stop when you need to, you can do things on your own time, and you don't have to worry about when you need to get to your hotel by. It's the perfect answer! So once you've decided to rent an RV in Canada, you need to decide on where to go.
These 5 must-do road trips are here to inspire you to travel to the best places in Canada. You can sight-see, eat famous foods, hike, shop, and more - all in one trip! Make sure you book a few days off from work, because you'll want to see as much as you can.
When planning a trip to Canada, the West Coast should absolutely be on that list. The West Coast, which consists of beautiful cities, mountains, and long roads to drive through, 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. Of course, with all the stops along the way, you’ll want to book off more time so you can explore the spots listed below, as they will make for the best West Coast road trip ever. Here is the perfect road trip from Vancouver to Edmonton:
The recommended amount of days you should spend on this road trip is anywhere between 8 - 12 days. You’ll want to spend a few days in each city, and there is no reason to rush the trip so that you will be able to see everything that each city has to offer!
When people are thinking of travelling to Canada, the East Coast sometimes gets left out. Cities like Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal often come to mind when people think of Canada, but the hidden gems of Canada are definitely out East. You’ll truly never find people who are nicer and towns that are more beautiful than you will on the East Coast. Places like Halifax, Cape Breton, and other spots in Nova Scotia need to be more recognized!
If you’re planning a trip to Canada, or just want to getaway, this is the perfect road trip for you. Starting in Halifax and ending at the Cabot Trail, you’ll get to see sights that you’ve never seen before. This 600 km road trip will take you approximately 7/1/2 hours of driving. Here is the guide to the ultimate Nova Scotia road trip:
The recommended amount of days you should spend on this road trip is anywhere between 7 - 10 days. You’ll want to take your time exploring Halifax, Cape Breton, and driving around Cabot Trail to make sure you see all of it’s beauty.
Realistically, when you think of Canada, you think of places like Toronto. We know that Ottawa is the capital, but Toronto is the New York City of Canada! Coming to Canada, you definitely have to make your way to Ontario.
Ontario is filled with the best places to do everything you want. Hiking, relaxing, shopping, sight-seeing, camping, etc! If you’re looking for the ultimate sight-seeing road trip, this is the one for you. This road trip would take about 10 hours of driving, and you'd accumulate around 870 km. Here are all of the best places to sight-see in Ontario:
Since this road trip requires less driving, but longer stays, I’d recommend staying at least 10 to 13 days. There are so many cities on this trip, and they are all pretty big. You’ll be happy you booked a longer trip!
Quebec is perfect for a road trip, as there is so much to see. If you’re looking to book for fall, winter, spring, or summer, you won’t be disappointed as there are so much to do in Quebec in all seasons! This is a great road trip for those who want to see a different part of Canada, as Quebec has a whole different vibe.
You’ll be able to see a ton of nature, a couple of cities, great places to eat poutine, and a few places to relax as well! This road trip is only 4 hours of driving over 360 km, so it’s great for those who may want to add on to their other Canadian trip or if you want a shorter trip. Here are all the must-see places in Quebec:
I would recommend staying a few days in Quebec, especially since it doesn’t require much driving. 5 days would be the minimum, as you’d want to stay in Montreal for at least 3 and in Tremblant for at least one.
Ever wonder what it would be like to drive through miles and miles of Flatlands? If you decide to choose this trip, then you won’t have to wonder anymore! From Saskatchewan to Winnipeg, this road trip will show you a ton of things you probably didn’t even know existed in Canada. Well buckle your seat belts, you’re in for a non-bumpy ride!
Saskatchewan and Manitoba are two very underrated provinces in Canada. They’re usually left out of road trip stops, and there is no reason for it at all. Once you take this road trip, you’ll understand why it’s so underrated. The driving on this trip would take around 12 hours to cover 1,120 km. Here are the must-see places in the Flatlands:
This road trip has a lot of driving, so I would recommend around 7-10 days so you can spend a few days in each major city and have stops along the way.
These road trips are perfect - whether you already live in Canada and just want to explore your own country, or if you've always wanted to visit this amazing country. No matter what road trip you decide to go on, you'll be amazed at how different all of Canada is! All the driving will be worth it when you see the beauty of Canada and what it has to offer.
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