Canada Travel Newsletter
Canada Travel from December 20th – 26th, 2015
Canada Travel #1: 11 Life Lessons Travel Teaches You. “There’s nothing like the end of the year to put people in a reflective mood which is why we asked the members of a travel website to reflect on their favorite subject and tell us what travel has taught them.” Huffington Post
Canada Travel #2: Quebec City, Canada.
“Fancy a snowball fight in your bathing suit? Want to feel the ice crack under your feet as you push and paddle a canoe on the frozen St Lawrence River? Head to Quebec, where the locals embrace their frigid, white winters with their annual Carnaval de Quebec.” The Straits Times
Canada Travel #3: Ready to go camping (next year)? You can reserve a site soon.
“Folks feeling cabin fever in B.C. over the holidays will be able to plan a wilderness escape earlier than ever for next camping season.” The Province
Canada Travel #4: This New Year, where are you headed?
“Travel makes one rich. The experience we garner from it is rewarding. With the year coming to an end, I have jotted down a few of my most favourite places across the globe to head to for the New Year. I hope it inspires a few travel heads to simply pack their bags and set off to explore some great places.” The Hindu
Canada Travel #5: Lisa Ray reveals her favorite travel hot-spots.
“Lisa Ray loves to travel, and the actress is now helping her fans and admirers in forming their 2016 travel diary. ” IBN LIVE
Canada Travel #6: Travel industry lacking in Christmas spirit.
“Christmas has a reputation for being a time of giving, but increasingly for the Canadian travel industry, it has become a time of taking.” Merritt Herald
Canada Travel #7: Five ways to save some money on your winter travel. “Here are five tips that will definitely save you hundreds of dollars in upcoming months. (Improving floss rate, cutting out cussing and calling your folks are entirely your responsibility” Yahoo Finance
Canada Travel #8: Go snowmobiling, skiing, and snowshoeing in Canada. “Celebrate the year end amidst the snow in Canada. Here is the list of getaways” Economic Times
Canada Travel #9: Big Money-Saving Travel Tips For 2016.
“Although most Cyber Monday airfare deals are finished, savvy travelers can still snag sweet vacations on a budget in 2016. Check out these three tips for booking an adventure in the new year.” Forbes
Canada Travel #10: The History of National Parks.
“This week, in honor of the National Park Service’s upcoming centennial, we’re exploring the history of national parks.” PASTE
Canada Travel 11: How Canadian Merchants Can Tap into $5 Billion in Global Tourist Spending.
“As of July 2015, Canada had already said “welcome” to more than 2.9 million non-U.S. visitors, an almost 7 percent increase over the same period in 2014.” Payment Weekly
Canada Travel #12: 5 Under-the-Radar Canadian Ski Resorts That Aren’t Whistler. “You’ve probably heard of Whistler and Lake Louise, but if you’re looking to try someplace new, less expensive, and—dare we say it—friendlier, you have to go where the locals go. These are the little towns with vibrant ski scenes, where the people are genuinely charming and, thanks to the low Canadian dollar, prices won’t break the bank.” Vogue
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