January 3, 2018

Canadian travel destinations for 2018!

Posted by Fabiola Arevalo - Bellissimo Law Group PC

The holidays are over so why not start planning for your next vacation? Canada may be cold now, but we will see temperatures gradually warm up when Spring and Summer arrive. This leaves many wondering where they should book their next flight. Here are a few options for those who want to explore Canada in 2018!

Alberta: Have you ever been to the Royal Ontario Museum? Well why not travel to Alberta, in the heart of Edmonton, to visit the Royal Alberta Museum? This museum is double the size of the original which makes it the largest in Western Canada. Check out some of their famous national parks while you are there, such as Banff National Park and Jasper National Park!

Ontario: Head to the capital city and visit the Canada Science and Technology Museum. This Ottawa building reopened in November 2017 after its $80.5 million-dollar renovation. There are now 11 completely redesigned exhibits that focus on Canadian scientific and technological advances.

Northwest Territories: Travel to the Northwest Territories by taking the new highway that opened in November 2017. This is the first all-season road in Canada that will allow people to drive all the way to the Arctic Ocean. Before this highway existed, the only way to reach Tuktoyaktuk in the Northwest Territories was to take a plane or an ice road that would only operate in the Winter.

New Brunswick: Head Eastbound to New Brunswick and visit the Bay of Fundy, where you will witness some of the most beautiful sights in all of Canada. The trail to access this view is under construction for a good reason. Opening sometime in 2018, this privately operated 19-km road will give visitors an easier and safer path to travel on towards the spectacular views.

Newfoundland: Take the new ferry that brings you to Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, France! Begin your journey in Newfoundland and end up in France, in just 80 minutes. In 2018, there will be two new ferries added to this voyage, which will be much larger and able to carry vehicles along with 192 passengers.

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