This is the time of year that many provinces are sending out their free travel guides. If you are planning a trip or just want to explore your home province, these guides are a fabulous resource.
Yes, all the info is available online, but I find when planning out my days or longer trips, having the paper guide to browse, is much more pleasant. I then use my phone or laptop to research details, like visiting websites for accomodations, restaurants and activities.
Here are some links to guides in Canada:
The 2018 Travel Guide will be available this spring at major entry points to the province, as well as Visitor Information Centres, Circle K and Irving stores, and other select locations within the province during the summer season.
Request a mailed New Brunswick Tourism Guide, HERE.
Prince Edward Island is just the right size to allow you the opportunity to have a relaxing island vacation and still have time for experiences that will inspire life-long memories. We have miles of sandy beaches, wonderful foodie experiences, top-rated golf courses, ceilidhs and music halls all over the island, unique craft shops, and Authentic PEI Experiences that you simply have to try!
Request your Prince Edward Island Guide, HERE.
Doers and Dreamers Travel Guide
This comprehensive planning tool is complete with contact information, accommodations details, and top attractions; driving map included. Discover where to go and what to see on your next Nova Scotia adventure.
Request your Nova Scotia Tourism Guide, HERE.
Get lost and found. Our Traveller's Guide can help you with both.
Order your free Newfoundland & Labrador Travel Guide, HERE.
Order your Yukon Travel Guide, HERE.
More info guides to view and plan on the following sites, for each province.
- Quebec Travel Guides
- Ontario Guides
- Manitoba Guides
- Saskatchewan Travel Guides
- Alberta Tourism Guides
- British Columbia (maps, HelloBC site)
- Nunavut (tourism page)
- North West Territories