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Canada is the second largest country in the world, located in the northern part of North America. Canada is home to everything from a bustling metropolitan city to glaciers, natural wonders, and biodiverse forests.
Visa and Immigration Procedures to Canada
Nationals traveling from certain countries such as the United States do not need a visa to enter Canada if their stay is short. However, other travelers must obtain an Electronic Travel Authorization. ETA's cost $7 and are valid for 5 years or until your passport expires.
Things/Items Allowed into Canada
Travelers are permitted to bring without customs duty 200 individual cigarettes, 50 cigars, 1.5 liters of wine, 1.4 liters of alcoholic beverages and personal effects.
Things/Items Forbidden out of Canada
Things/Items Forbidden into Canada
•Plants and Animals
Voice of Travelers to Canada
Canada Is So Beautiful
Canada has to be the most beautiful country in the world. There are so many different areas to visit with all kinds of natural beauty. I bought tickets to see the Rocky Mountains in British Columbia. I bought a ticket to see the polar bears in Manitoba. I bought a ticket to see the Great Lakes area in Ontario. There is just so much to do and see in Canada that you could not see it, even on 100 trips to Canada. My last trip to Canada was via British Airways to go see the Labrador Coast. The flight over was very nice for the ticket price. British Airways always makes sure that you are comfortable and provides good value for the ticket price. In Canada, I bought a bus tour ticket and spent a whole week just walking and riding around taking pictures of this unique landscape in Canada.
Canada Has the Best Fishing in the World
Every year my friends and I buy some group tickets from Dallas up to northern Canada to do some serious fishing in the lakes up there. Our tickets this year were with Delta Airlines. Even though our tickets were for different areas of the plane, the Delta staff allowed us to switch our tickets around so that we could all sit together for the flight, which made the trip to Canada a lot more fun. Once we landed we had to buy tickets for a special small plane that would fly us out to a remote location for our fishing trip. This fishing trip to Canada was the best trip yet, and I look forward to buying the tickets for next year's fishing trip to Canada.
My Trip to Ottawa
I had been planning my trip to Canada for a long time, and that meant many months of saving for my airline ticket to Canada. I bought a first class ticket from Chicago because I don't like flying, and I wanted to be very comfortable for the whole trip. The American Airlines staff went out of their way to make sure that I had a good time after I told them that I don't like flying, which I really appreciated. The quality of service for the first class ticket was amazing, and I will buy first class tickets every time that I go to Canada. The city of Ottawa was very beautiful, and I really enjoyed my time there seeing all of the city's historical sites. Canada is such a beautiful country full of a rich history that I cannot wait to explore once I save up for my next ticket to Canada.
Canada Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Do I need to change my American money to Canadian money?
A. In general, yes. Most places will not accept your American money, and you will need currency from Canada for your transactions. If you are in a city, there will be multiple ATMs and banks where you can exchange your money. Additionally, many hotels will allow you to exchange your currency. There are always currency exchange kiosks at airports as well so travelers can exchange their money on arrival.
Q. What are the most popular tourist destinations in Canada?
A. Canada covers a lot of land, therefore there are many popular destinations for tourists. Some popular vacation destinations include the town of Banff in the Rocky Mountains, the Gaspesie coast in Quebec and polar bear and wildlife viewing in Manitoba.
Q. Are the people in Canada as friendly as they say?
A. Canada has a reputation as a very friendly country. Canada has low crime rates and there is a culture of politeness and respect that you do not see in many countries. Overall the people of Canada are very friendly towards tourists and visitors as well and travelers are sure to have a pleasant experience
Canada - Direct Flights to Major Airports
Airports handling direct flights to Toronto Pearson International Airport ・ Dublin Airport
・ Mexico City International Airport
・ V. C. Bird International Airport
Airports handling direct flights to Vancouver International Airport ・ Beijing Capital International Airport
・ Brisbane Airport
・ O'Hare International Airport
・ Hong Kong International Airport
Airports handling direct flights to Calgary International Airport ・ Frankfurt Airport
・ Heathrow Airport
・ Los Angeles International Airport
・ Narita International Airport
Airports handling direct flights to Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport ・ Shanghai Pudong International Airport
・ Houari Boumediene Airport
・ San Francisco International Airport
Airports handling direct flights to Edmonton International Airport ・ Denver International Airport
・ Cancún International Airport
・ Seattle–Tacoma International Airport
・ Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
Flight Routes to Canada
There are multiple major international airports within Canada and direct flights to Canada from around the globe are available from a variety of airlines. Due to the proximity, Canada is also a layover country for many travelers flying to the United States. There are many flights to and from Canada every day, so travelers should not have issues in finding flights.