Numbers 11 to 20 of our ‘100 Things to do in Canada Before You Die’ countdown.
Go in search of the elusive Canadian Spirit Bear
Journey into the soul of the Canadian wilderness and meet the Spirit Bear.  Read more
Live large on lobsters on Prince Edward Island
Dine on the freshest lobster in the world on Prince Edward Island. Lobster has been shorthand for culinary luxury worldwide for the best part of 150 years – ever since well-to-do Bostonians and New Yorkers developed a taste for the meat (before that it was considered a peasant’s meal).   But have you ever wondered what life is like for the people who catch the crustaceans? [caption id="attachment_20555" align="alignnone" width="667"] Delicious lobster from the waters of Prince Edward Island.[/caption] On a Prince Edward Island lobster tour aboard owner-operator Captain Mark Jenkins’ vessel Top Notch, you’ll experience a day in the life of a fourth-generation lobster fisherman – before dropping anchor in one of the most scenic coves for a fresh lobster meal. Get going: Top Notch Tours ( run three times a day during PEI’s lobster season of July and August. Travel there with the PEI Landscapes of the Canadian Maritimes tour ( [caption id="attachment_20556" align="alignnone" width="667"] Lobsters are pulled in on a fishing trawler.[/caption] Location: Tours leave from Charlottetown, where you’ll find Top Notch Tours at No. 2 Prince Street, on the waterfront.  “An interactive 101 introduction to lobster catching. Get your apron and sip the juice from that claw!” – John Lee   <<Previous | Next >> Return to the ‘100 Things to do in Canada Before You Die’ countdown var axel = Math.random() + ""; var a = axel * 10000000000000; document.write('');  Read more
Watch the skies blaze from Canada’s remote Blachford Lake Lodge
Watch as the sky catches on fire at Canada's wonderful Blachford Lake Lodge.  Read more
Find rustic royalty at Clayoquot Wilderness Resort
Action and beauty abounds at Clayoquot Wilderness Resort, one of Canada's most unique.  Read more
Dodge the frozen giants of Canada’s Iceberg Alley
See icebergs of every hue and shape in Canada's awesome Iceberg Alley. Read more
Why you need to bask under Canada’s beautiful midnight sun
Experience the beauty of perpetual daylight under Canada's midnight sun. Read more
Pedalling around Vancouver’s picturesque Stanley Park
Experience one of Canada's most tranquil city parks in Vancouver. Vancouver’s Stanley Park offers myriad recreational opportunities, be it swimming off one of its pretty beaches, strolling in the botanical or Chinese gardens, marveling at the many landmarks and totems, or relaxing on one of the beautifully kept lawns. [caption id="attachment_20584" align="alignnone" width="666"] Totem poles in Stanley Park.[/caption] But the best way to experience all 400 hectares of the peninsula is atop a rented bicycle, as the park has an intricate system of purpose-built pathways – including a fringing 10-kilometre loop, ideal for running, which is around the seawall. [caption id="attachment_20585" align="alignnone" width="1024"] One of Stanley Park's lovely paths.[/caption] Offering stunning views of the city to the south, Vancouver Harbour to the east, Lions Gate Bridge and the mountains to the north and sparkling English Bay to the west, walk the entire loop in a leisurely three hours, or knock it over by bike in just over one. [caption id="attachment_20586" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Vancouver's Stanley Park from the air.[/caption] There are many opportunities to picnic, sightsee or tackle a dirt mountain-biking track. Get Going: Spokes Bicycle Rentals has been offering high-quality bikes for rent since 1938. Travel there with APT Touring. LOCATION: Close to downtown Vancouver. [caption id="attachment_20587" align="alignnone" width="1024"] MS Maasdam Cruise Ship on the St. Lawrence River.[/caption] “Join the locals in jogging around the park – a perfect cure for jetlag.” – Katrina Lobley   <<Previous | Next >> Return to the ‘100 Things to do in Canada Before You Die’ countdown var axel = Math.random() + """"; var a = axel * 10000000000000; document.write('');  Read more
Tundra buggy your way into Canada’s largest polar bear show
Spend a little time with an arctic giant in Canada's biggest polar bear show.  Read more
Witness the fury of a British Columbia winter from The Wick
Get in touch with Mother Nature's wild side at the windswept edge of Canada.  Read more
Kick up your heels and experience the magic of Carnaval de Québec
Revel at the wonderful Carnaval de Québec, one of the world's largest outdoor festivals. Read more