Fogo Island is a captivating destination off the northeastern coast of Newfoundland, Canada. This island is home to a unique and thriving culture that is deeply rooted in its natural surroundings and history. Fogo Island offers visitors a wide range of activities and attractions, from hiking and whale watching to fine dining and luxury accommodations. The island’s rugged coastline, rocky beaches, and dramatic landscapes provide a stunning backdrop for exploring the island’s many trails and outdoor adventures.
Canada is an ideal destination for solo female travelers looking for natural beauty, cultural experiences and safety. From the rugged Rocky Mountains, to the breathtaking Niagara Falls, to the cosmopolitan cities like Toronto and Montreal, Canada offers a diverse array of experiences for the adventurous traveler.
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The Gros Morne area is a stunning destination that offers something for every type of traveler. Whether you’re interested in hiking, wildlife watching, fishing, or simply relaxing and enjoying the natural beauty of the area, you’ll find plenty to do and see. From the breathtaking Western Brook Pond boat tour to the charming local shops and restaurants, the Gros Morne area is a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to Newfoundland.
Heading to Newfoundland for the first time? Check out my top tips on how to make the most of your visit! From eating local and booking a boat tour to visiting in the shoulder season and packing for all weather, I’ve got you covered. Start planning your trip now and get ready for an unforgettable adventure on this beautiful island.
If you couldn’t get a rental car for your visit to Newfoundland and Labrador this summer, don’t worry, all is not lost. If you find yourself in St. John’s without wheels, you can still have an amazing trip. Follow along with my 3-day itinerary and see some of the best the city has to offer.
Halifax is a special place to visit. Whether you’re into history, boats, music, or getting outdoors, there’s always something for you to do in in this Canadian Maritime city of 400,000. It’s come a long way from it’s time as a hub on the Atlantic trading route and is now a must-visit stop on any good Eastern Canadian trip. So what do I think are the best things to do in Halifax?
When you think of Prince Edward Island you might first think of red cliffs, the Confederation Bridge, or the sand dunes of the Green Gables Shore. But PEI is full of hidden gems and the North Cape Coastal Drive is one of them. To help you plan your trip I’ve put together my dream 4-day western PEI road trip.
Despite its small size, there’s a lot to see and do in Prince Edward Island, which you’ll quickly realize if you try to fit the whole province into one vacation. I like to go slow and do a deep dive of a region when I can and I think eastern PEI is perfect for spending a few days. To help you plan your trip I’ve put together my dream 5 day eastern PEI road trip.
Newfoundland is full of great road trips. The Baccalieu Trail on the Avalon peninsula is perfect for a two or three day getaway from St. John’s. I spent a weekend driving the loop to explore the area of the province my family calls home.
Prince Edward Island…the land of red dirt, potatoes, and of course, Anne of Green Gables. Canada’s smallest province may be small in size but not in fun. I want to help you get a little red dirt between your toes this summer, so I’ve pulled together this fun (and completely unordered) list of things to do in PEI. What will you start with?
When you’ve lived in Newfoundland for almost 20 years and you tell people you’ve never been on an ATV you get some funny looks. What can I say? I’m a city girl. So it was a good thing that Adventure Central added a backcountry ATV excursion to my epic Central Newfoundland summer itinerary.
Charlottetown is a historic town is a vibrant seaside city famous for its affiliations to Canadian Confederation history and Anne of Green Gables. While in Charlottetown, you can learn more about the local history, immerse yourself in local culture, try out the local cuisine, check out the fun activities in the town, and go on an adventure of a lifetime.
If big cities aren’t your thing, basing yourself in Summerside during your Prince Edward Island vacation would be a smart thing to do. This small city of just under 15,000 located just 28km from the Confederation Bridge is PEI’s second-largest – big enough to have all the amenities you’d want but small enough to not feel overwhelming. Summerside is a perfect rustic blend of historic brick buildings, heritage homes, and seaside strolls.
Just about every visitor to New Brunswick will spend some time in Fredericton, and they should, the city has a lot to offer. So I’ve put together my top recommendations of things to do while you’re in town to help you create that Fredericton bucket list.
Just about every visitor to New Brunswick will spend some time in Saint John, and they should, the city has a lot to offer. So I’ve put together my top recommendations of things to do while you’re in town to help you create that Saint John bucket list.
One concern I always have when planning a trip to a new city is getting around without a vehicle since I usually fly but don’t rent a car. Montreal is a city that is highly walkable and has great public transit, so I’m going to show you just how easy it can be to get around Montreal without a car.
One of the trickiest things when planning a first visit to any new city is deciding where to stay, and Montreal is no different. Canada’s 2nd largest city has 19 different and distinct neighbourhoods so it can be a challenge to choose just one, let alone pick a single hotel or vacation rental. But don’t worry, I’m here to help!
I hadn’t done much hiking this summer and so I knew the 8.6km of the Alexander Murray Hiking Trail in King’s Point was going to be a bit of a challenge but what had me shaking in my hiking boots was the 2200 stairs and the 1200’ of elevation change. Yep, you heard right, two thousand, two hundred stairs.