Whether I’m dreaming of a sparkling white winter wonderland or yearning for some outdoor adventure in the sunshine, memories of springtime in Canada keep calling me back to this magnificent country. Snowshoeing, whale watching, kayaking, maple syrup and craft beers,...
From fabulous brunch spots to the ultimate in fine dining, here’s our guide to the best restaurants in Charleston from the members of the British Guild of Travel Writers.
Historic towns, stunning beaches, golf, gators and grits, I had a fabulous time discovering the many wonderful places to visit and things to do in South Carolina.
From white water rafting in the Grand Canyon to seeing grizzly bears and Northern Lights in Alaska, here’s my epic American adventure bucket list.
An icy wind clawed at my face as I rushed from the car to the water’s edge. I was glad of the layers of clothes I had on, including two pairs of gloves. Through the blizzard my eyes searched for the spectacular sight I had waited to see for many years, but I could only see a tiny section of water immediately in front of me. The falling snow obliterated the rest. This was not the first sight of Niagara Falls I had hoped for.
Where are the best places in the world for white-water rafting for both beginners and more experienced rafters?
If you read my blog regularly I’m sure you will have noticed my love of Canada. It’s a fabulous country with many exciting cities, stunning landscapes and warm and welcoming people. I’ve flown there with several different airlines and now have a firm favourite, both on price and service, namely, Air Transat.
Toronto, the capital of the province of Ontario, is a dynamic city on the shores of Lake Ontario, with a thriving food and drink scene and numerous world-class attractions and quirky neighbourhoods that we thoroughly enjoyed exploring. Here are our highlights from our recent visit in April.
Canada is wonderful in any season. To help you decide when would be the best time for you to visit Canada, here’s my guide to the changing seasons with ideas for things to do be it winter, spring, summer or fall.
As the sun sinks low in the sky, a soft warm light falls on the trees that edge the shore of this mighty lake. The frozen water is covered in freshly fallen snow. It stretches out before me like an icy canvas in pastel shades of blue and lilac. Flecks of pink edge the...
Let me take you on an edible journey around Canada with the help of my fellow food and travel writers – our top 20 destinations with the unique, the bizarre and the most delicious food and drink.
Whale watching in the Bay of Fundy, beautiful gardens, maritime history, characteristic clapboard churches and houses, not to mention great seafood — there’s plenty to see and do during a day out in St Andrews by-the-sea.
Kayaking, stunning scenery, history and fine dining, the first of three fabulous day trips from Saint John, New Brunswick.
When I visited Saint John earlier this year I had no idea what a gastronomic treat I was in for. As I expected, I found fresh and tasty seafood, but I also discovered delicious curries, excellent craft beers and ciders, and melt-in-the-mouth desserts. I left Canada...
Saint John is jam-packed with things to do, places to visit, drinks to try and foods to eat. It’s well worth a trip, whether you have a few days or a few weeks.
Canada recently invited some of the UK’s best travel bloggers to spend a week in cities across the country, from British Columbia to Nova Scotia, as Canada celebrates 150 years. Between us, we shared hundreds of images on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
Here are some of the week’s Instagram highlights from every corner of Canada.
With vibrant cities ranked amongst the best places to live in the world, jaw dropping scenery rich in wildlife, and a reputation for the most welcoming and friendly people found anywhere in the world, here’s my top 10 reasons for visiting British Columbia.
From the tiniest and most colourful life forms, to some of the biggest mammals on earth, the Clayoquot Sound has it all. Explore this wonder of unspoilt beauty with me, as I visit the wildlife of the Clayoquot Sound.
Throughout the previous week, as we had explored the Sunshine Coast of Canada, Sara and I had often gazed across the water to Vancouver Island and her still snow-capped mountains. Today we were about to set out on the longest drive of our road trip, and it would take us right through the centre of the island and those beautiful mountains.
Two women, one motorhome, and the open road – what could possibly go wrong?