Looking for an off the beaten path driving adventure in Nova Scotia? Let me introduce you to a beautiful lesser known route – the Cape George Scenic Drive, also known as the ‘Mini Cabot Trail.’ This picturesque driving route follows the edge of a triangular shaped piece of land that juts into the Northumberland Strait. The curving path passes several lighthouses, rocky coves, working wharfs, tall rugged cliffs, small rural communities and a number of golden sand beaches.
A Vancouver to Calgary road trip offers a highlights reel of BC and Alberta. This post features our top five Vancouver to Calgary road trips, including the classic Highway 1 route as well as three beyond the beaten path alternatives and our ultimate round trip itinerary.
The destination of your next road trip? Nova Scotia, Canada. At least, it should be! As well as the outstanding scenery, you’ll find friendly locals, authentic small town charm and plenty of fresh, locally produced food.
Thinking of visiting the coastal side of Québec and you only have two weeks to do it? I have the perfect coastal Québec road trip itinerary for you! It has an unbeatable mix of nature, history, culture and outdoor adventure.
An East Coast Canada road trip is all about fresh lobster, colourful fishing villages, swathes of sandy beach + majestic ocean panoramas. These road trip itineraries will help plan your own East Coast adventure.
Most visitors to Vancouver Island see only Tofino and Victoria – great combination – but Vancouver Island has MUCH more to offer! See the magnificence of Vancouver Island without the crowds on these three road trip itineraries.
With towering peaks, vibrant lakes, immerse glaciers and all the wilderness you could ever want, the Canadian Rockies are truly a wonder of the world. Taking a road trip through the Canadian Rockies allows real freedom to enjoy and appreciate all nature has to offer
Exploring Canada by road doesn’t have to be limited to the summer season. Winter road trips offer low crowds, cheaper prices and wonderfully snowy scenery. But there are undoubtedly more challenges.
A road trip across Canada is undoubtedly a bucket list worthy adventure. But what is there to see in winter? Read on to discover eight must-see stops.
If you’re planning a road trip around Canada’s amazing Yukon Territory, there are a few essential items that will greatly improve your experience. Be sure not to forget any of these before heading out!
Our three-month drive from the UK to Turkey and back was a source of many travel lessons – learn from our mistakes and have an even better Europe road trip.
We love life on the road, but there are certain necessities that are a little more tricky to find than others when on the road, such as public showers. Read on for tips and recommendations for finding these vanlife necessities.
Take to the road and experience Canada during the most beautiful season of all – here are seven great reasons why you should go on a winter road trip in Canada
The final part of our five month, 17,000km road trip around BC, Yukon & NWT; Quesnel to Vancouver, via 10 sun-and-wine soaked days in the Okanagan
An extra long holiday weekend in Tumbler Ridge, accompanied by the Northern Lights, wolves and spectacular waterfalls followed by a dash through the Cariboo to reach the warmth of the Okanagan
A week of contrasts driving south from the Yukon, with a trip through the Northern Rockies (bison, hotsprings and moose, oh my) and an insight into BC’s oil and gas industries
A solo drive into Alaska with some of the best days on the trip so far. And some of the worst. Also known as ‘the good, the bad and the very very wet.’
A drive around southern Yukon with highlights including a desert, a jewelled lake and a town with something of an identity crisis
Two weeks in and around Dawson City, Yukon Territory – festivals, new friends, hiking in Tombstone and a whole lot of history. It was hard to pull ourselves away!
Weeks 12 and 13 on our Western Canada road trip included Canada Day celebrations in Dawson City followed by a two week 740km canoe trip down the Yukon River from Whitehorse back to Dawson