Travel to Canada
The first suggestion when considering Travel to Canada would be to look at the fact that both cities have a great deal in common. Both cities have large concentrations of people. Although there are many differences, there are many similarities as well. For example:
-The best time to Travel to Canada is from late spring through early fall. There’s no direct link from Houston to Moraine Lake, however there is the Canadian-American Line 101 which will take you to Houston and the Evergreen Railway that will take you to Moraine Lake, British Columbia. Alternatively, you could take either the south coast railway to Port Hope, BC or the Sunshine Coast Railway to Houston and the BC ferry that will take you to Moraine Lake, British Columbia. The walk from the ferry to the boat ramp in downtown Vancouver is quite long, so plan accordingly.
-A great location to visit while you Travel to Canada is the Sunshine Coast. The largest urban centre in British Columbia, with an abundance of both commercial and residential development, it is also home to many First Nations communities and a vibrant Inuit culture. At the same time, the Sunshine Coast Highway provides an excellent scenic route for those who wish to travel from their flight to Vancouver, BC to their car hire in Moraine Lake, BC and the Coastal Drive. By following the Coastal Drive, it is possible to reach several of the towns on the route: Ansel Adams (BC), Grande Prairie (Alberta), Grande Prairie (Northwest Territories), and Nepean (Alberta). Depending on your route you will want to stop at additional towns on the way, including Grande Prairie, Nepean, and Ansel Adams just to name a few.
-On your Travel to Canada you may decide to stay in the Okanagan. The Okanagan’s famous “rainy day” runs make this region ideal for hiking and cycling alike, but there are also opportunities to enjoy the scenic beauty of the Okanagan’s Westmont and Sunshine Coast. If you would prefer to shop while you are in the area, please keep in mind that there is nothing better than shopping at the Okanagan’s many outdoor malls. Mall Shopping in Banff, Jasper, and Ansel Adams was recently featured in the Canadian Geographic Traveler Magazine.
-To complete your journey, please keep in mind that the Okanagan offers a number of different parks in addition to the two parks described above. The Sunshine Coast Marine Science Centre in Sunshine Coast offers a number of guided tours of marine wildlife, as well as a great deal of information about the region. While in Moraine Lake itself, please visit the Day Use Area, which allows for youth and recreational paddling. Day Use Area paddling is ideal for beginners to get their first taste of windsurfing or kayaking.
The incredible beauty of Canada’s Okanagan is best experienced in person. However, if you prefer, there are a number of tours and travel packages available online. Whether you are travelling with children or alone, there is something for everyone in the various tours available. Your Travel to Canada experience does not have to be a one-way street. Taking in the sights, sounds and tastes of Canada will help you gain a true appreciation for all it has to offer. Your Travel to Canada will include stops in three of the most popular lakes in the Okanagan, as well as a stay at a top notch resort in Banff, Alberta, and some of the finest in outdoor and indoor entertainment venues.
Foreign visitors should have a Canadian Electronic Travel Authorization at least 3 business days before the planned trip, submit the application form on https://etacanada.co.za