Visiting the largest northern gannet colony in North America on Bonaventure Island near Percé, Québec is an unforgettable wildlife adventure.
We drove our car to Minister’s Island in the ocean near St. Andrews, New Brunswick but we didn’t take a ferry, bridge, causeway, or use any other man-made facility. The journey is one that is unique in Canada.
Green Gables house and farm in Cavendish, Prince Edward Island takes you to the fascinating setting for the famous children’s novel Anne of Green Gables.
Seven places in Saskatchewan that were sites of prominent historic events that are not well known but are easy to visit.
A scenic drive along Amisk Lake in northeast Saskatchewan reveals lakeside scenery, limestone and Precambrian Shield formations, and great fishing and camping.
Saskatchewan abounds in great hiking trails that take you into the backcountry. But sometimes you want a short outing that’s relatively easy but that still takes you through some of the province’s top scenic natural areas. Here are three suggestions in Saskatchewan provincial parks that we always find rewarding. Each offers a different experience in a variety of landscapes. The Battlefords Provincial Park Situated on… Read moreThree Easy Saskatchewan Hiking Spots