Your Ultimate Fall Travel Guide for 2020

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While social distancing is still important, there are ways for you to get out of the house and be responsible. This fall, take advantage of the great Canadian landscape and get out of your home for an adventure full of colors and excitement. Follow this guide for the ultimate travel guide to enjoying the full bounty of the season.   

Explore Seas of Colors   

Before you pack up your hiking equipment Toronto, you may want to take a look at the fall foliage dates in your local park. As the weather starts to turn, the national parks light up with the beautiful colors of autumn. From Quebec to Vancouver, the country becomes a bright sea of oranges, reds and yellows. Take the time to plan for a hiking trip up into the mountains to give you’re a broad view of this brilliant show of color. Check your local weather service to make sure you see all that this amazing season has to offer.   

Watch Gentle Giants  

Canada is well known for its whale-watching opportunities. You would be remiss to not take advantage of some of the ends of the season tours that take place in September and October. On the East Coast, you have the opportunity to see minkes, finbacks and humpback whales up through October. For those on the West Coast, the Vancouver area is home to one of the largest populations of orcas in the world, in addition to its gray whale, minke and humpback populations. Don’t miss the opportunity to see these gentle giants. 

Take an Exclusive Tour 

For those who are looking for a little more luxury and adventure, consider traveling on the VIA Canadian. This year-round train offers an exclusive view of some of Canada’s most exquisite countryside and mountains. Book yourself a private room for some socially distanced luxury where you will wake up to a different breathtaking backdrop each morning. While bringing your own food is not allowed, there are full meals available as well as a snack counter to help you whenever hunger strikes. You may want to book ahead, as the fall season is said to be the most spectacular time to go.   

Don’t miss out on some of the best Canada has to offer this fall.  Whether you head to see the fall colors, go out on a boat for whale watching or relax in the comfort of a personal train car, make the most of the season and explore.    

 

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