Sunflower Farms, Like BC’s Lakeland Flowers, Were A Hit This Summer

By NL Staff | September 8, 2021 | 0 Comments

pick flower farm, with over 100,000 blooms each week. The farm began it’s 8-week season of sunflowers, on July 10th, and tickets cost only $10 for access to the fields and 5 pre-cut sunflower stems. As the season begins to wind down, the farm is offering 10 flowers at admission. 

Yoho National Park’s Cathedral Mountain Lodge: Historic & Adventure-Filled

By NL Staff | August 11, 2021 | 0 Comments

Nestled at the feet of the Rocky Mountains, a short distance away from Lake Louise, is a luxurious getaway for those seeking adventure with a side of relaxation. Welcome to the Cathedral Mountain Lodge, a gateway into an outdoor-enthusiast’s dream.

Pancake Bay Provincial Park: One of the Best Ways To See Lake Superior

By NL Staff | August 10, 2021 | 0 Comments

bay of Lake Superior. Its unique name comes from its historical roots as a last stop for travellers during the fur trade, at which point they’d have nothing left to eat onboard but pancakes.

Newfoundland’s Top Tourist Attractions: The Province’s Best Views

By NL Staff | August 9, 2021 | 0 Comments

asternmost Canadian province is home to breathtaking scenery, unique wildlife, and friendly natives making it the ideal place to visit. Here are the best places to go in Newfoundland, and Newfoundland’s top tourist attractions.

Fogo Island Inn: A Stilts-Based, Remote Retreat at One of The Corners of The World

By NL Staff | July 28, 2021 | 0 Comments

   Overlooking the wild and untamed Atlantic Ocean, at one of the “corners of the world”, you find the Fogo Island Inn. The large, stilt-based inn sits on the largest of Newfoundland’s islands and features an outdoors-enthusiasts wonderland.

One Step Closer to the Highly Anticipated Calgary-Banff Passenger Train

By NL Staff | July 26, 2021 | 0 Comments

The highly anticipated passenger train between Calgary and Banff has moved into the development stage. Since the 1990 closure of the ViaRail corridor, these two tourism hotspots have not been accessible by train, causing highway and mountain road congestion and a substantial environmental impact. The Government of Alberta’s Ministry of Transportation has joined forces with Invest Alberta Corporation and the Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB) to fund the project, with additional private investors coming forward to back the proposal.

Vancouver Island’s Newest Attraction: The Malahat SkyWalk

By NL Staff | July 19, 2021 | 0 Comments

Located 35 minutes north of Victoria, British Columbia, Malahat SkyWalk is officially open as the newest year-round outdoor experience on Vancouver Island, providing the ‘ultimate natural high.’

The Ultimate Guide to Summer Camping in Ontario

By NL Staff | July 18, 2021 | 0 Comments

                   Ontario has many beautiful places for overnight or week-long stays in nature. Whether you’re looking for a family-friendly drive-to campground for tents, trailers, or RVs, or a quieter backcountry…

$20K & 20 Campsites For One Winner: 10 Days to Enter For A 40-Day, Cross-Canada Camping & Glamping Trip

By NL Staff | July 8, 2021 | 0 Comments

There are ten days left for videographers and travel bloggers to ‘apply’ for Hipcamp’s best summer job experience. Just in time for a summer when camping is poised to be…

3 Destinations for Viewing the Northern Lights in Canada’s Arctic

By NL Staff | July 7, 2021 | 0 Comments

The Aurora Borealis, one of the 7 wonders of the Natural World, is a bucket-list attraction for many. While tourist destinations for the lights exist in most countries bordering the Arctic Circle, including Alaska, Iceland, Norway, and Greenland, Yellowknife is the best place in the world to see the lights. It’s dutifully crowned the ‘Aurora Capital of North America’, and sightseers have a 95% chance of seeing the lights when visiting in Mid-November – April, as recommended by the city.