Scoring a cheap flight in Canada isn’t the easiest thing. By comparison to other countries, flying in Canada can be expensive if you don’t plan it right and use all the services at your disposal. There are several factors to take in when trying to find the best deal on a domestic or international Canadian […]
After loading up the car rental with as much of my sisters junk as we could squeeze in, we started the three hour drive North to Antigonish. Antigonish, Nova Scotia is unique little town that is home to St. Francis Xavior University. one of the best Universities found in Canada. Some would say it’s the education, […]
Despite it’s funny sounding name, and the fact that it is more or less in the middle of nowhere, there is plenty to see and do if you happen to find yourself in the heart of the Prairies. Regina is a unique city,combining the small town feel of many rural communities with a thriving urban […]
Edmonton is often overlooked when backpacking through Alberta. Calgary has a tendency to be the safer choice, being much closer to Banff, and being right along the Trans Canada Highway. In the past, Edmonton has been the little brother trying to achieve what Calgary has. However, in recent years Edmonton is gradually shedding it’s title […]
Canada Tourism produced a video showcasing the differences and beauty found throughout Canada. Take a minute out of your day and explore through a great video giving you every reason to backpack across Canada.
Nestled just outside of Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island is one of the coolest hotels you could possibly stay in. I understand that being a backpacker, coughing up more than 25$ dollars for a bed makes you grind your teeth in betrayal and agony. But sometimes there are moments when spending a little more than […]
The hostel scene in Canada is still in it’s youngest stages. They are spread out few and far between. However, despite lacking a decent hostel in every city, there are a good handful that I would personally recommend as the best hostels in Canada. Bare in mind, these are based on my own personal thoughts, […]
Canada Day. July 1st. In history, this day marks the joining of The British Colonies of Nova Scotia, and the Province of Canada into a federation. Although in the past, this holiday has been less of a party, and more of a long weekend. However, in recent years, festivals, races, parties, and sheer tom-foolery have […]