Travel to the country of maple leaves. Montreal
One has only to cross the border of the USA and Canada, as everything changes around. At first it is noticeable on the roads: it’s not that they are so…

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Buffalo Road, Niagara Falls
After 10 in the morning, when the T-mobile sales points were opened (at home I put on the map several taken from their website.) I stopped at one of them,…

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What to try in Canada?
Canadian cuisine is hardly original. In gastronomic terms, Canadians do not shine with imagination. When asked what to try in Canada, french fries, burgers and donuts come to mind. However,…

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Diving in Canada

Vancouver Island Dive Tour (14 days)

One of the best places in the world for diving besides the Red Sea is the cold waters of Vancouver Island, in particular, Port Hardy and Hornby Island. Here you will not find Caribbean fish and corals, but 24 species of cetaceans, sea lions, seals and seals, killer whales, giant octopus and squid, white sharks.

Tour program
Day 1: Meeting at the Airport, transfer, hotel accommodation

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Streets of montreal

Monland Land

Monkland Avenue is one of the largest streets in Montreal, and in addition, it is the most important trade artery of the Monkland Village area. On the street there are many shops, restaurants and boutiques that attract the attention of tourists.

Monkland Avenue was named after Sir James Monk, the homeowner whose mansion was one of the first to be built here. Until the forties of the 20th century, Monkland Avenue was a quiet, sleeping street, but subsequently it was chosen by representatives of small businesses and the area began to be actively built up. Today, Monkland Avenue is a multi-kilometer avenue where you can find many upmarket restaurants, expensive boutiques, coffee shops, movie theaters and a variety of shops. Continue reading

Montreal Parks

La Fontaine is an extensive city park located in the heart of Montreal. The park is very beautiful; it is perfect for picnics, hiking and outdoor sports.

Lafontaine Park got its name in honor of Louis-Hippolytus Lafontaine – a popular Canadian politician and prime minister. The area of ​​the park is 36 hectares. Most of this territory is occupied by green spaces, however, the park also has two large lakes, a fountain and a small waterfall. Life in the park is in full swing both in summer and in winter. In the warmer months, Lafontaine Park attracts bathers, skaters, cyclists and just vacationers, and in winter lovers gather to skate. Continue reading

Calgary, Banff, Whistler, Vancouver
Distance Banff - Whistler 795 km. When we left Banff, it was snowing heavily. It turned out that in Canada, roads are not cleaned. I had to go on a…

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Banff National Park, AB
I will say right away - Banff is not the way I remember him. I remember that from a year ago I promised to go to Alberta National Parks this…

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VICTORIA, CANADA
Victoria is the main city in the Canadian province of British Columbia. It is located almost on the southernmost cape of Vancouver Island. This city is quite solid in size…

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Quebec
Quebec is one of the few cities on the North American continent where a French-speaking culture has been preserved. Its historical center near the banks of the St. Lawrence River…

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