Activity and Excitement in Canada

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No matter what you’re into and what ability level you’re currently at, there is undoubtedly an exciting adventure waiting for you in Canada.

Whether you’re new to the world of adventure activity vacations, or a seasoned veteran of the adventure scene, visiting the world’s second biggest city will not disappoint. So, make your application for entry at, book your trip to the bustling North American country and take a look at these trip ideas is you want more activity and excitement in your life:

Skiing in Whistler

Whistler is, without a doubt, one of the most impressive places to ski in the world, as anyone who tuned in to the Winter Olympics back in 2010 will know. With almost 200 longer than usual trails, and a staggering vertical drop of 1609 meters – higher than any other in the world – if you want to challenge yourself while wearing your skis, Whistler is the only place to be.

Watch Whales

Transient Killer Whales

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If you want to start your period of activity and adventure in Canada in a gentler way, might I suggest whale watching? Canada is home to the longest coastline in the world, which means that there are ample opportunities to spot marine wildlife, including seals, dolphins, and most impressive of all, killer whales. Take a boat trip around the coast, and you’re sure to be exhilarated and excited when the killer whales, porpoise and orcas make an appearance alongside the ship.

Chase a Storm

Vancouver Island on Canada’s west coast is home to some of the most impressive storms in North America, if not the world. So, if you’re a thrill seeker who wants to be right where the action is, booking a trip to the area during storm season is guaranteed to get your blood pumping. If you want to play it even just a little safe, book one of the many storm watching tours that set off from Tofino, instead of going it alone, or check out for more information about storm season and how you can make the most of it.

River Kayaking


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There are few places in Canada where you can’t go canoeing, but the Nahanni National Park Reserve is undoubtedly one of the best. The first Word Heritage Site in Canada, this wild and rugged area is home to the South Nahanni River, with its rapid moving white water that rolls through over 500 kilometers of rugged mountain. As you kayak your way through the park, you’ll see the Mackenzie mountains in all their glory, get a glimpse of wild wolves, bears and moose and experience an adrenaline rush or two as you hit rough patches in the river. Perhaps, it’s not one for the faint-hearted!

Peek at Polar Bears

Polar bears are magnificent creatures, and they’re more than a bit intimidating too. So, if you want to combine awe-inspiring sights with adrenaline pumping activity, head to Churchill, where you’ll be able to observe polar bears as they go about their day hunting, traveling and sleeping, from the comfort of a purpose-built buggy.

I hope you have an exciting time in Canada – it’s certainly the best place for it!

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