I love Canada for its wilderness, open space ratio to few people, and civilized ways, and now the Canadian dollar hit a 13-year low.
This summer, I'm headed to Canada's Quebec City and the St. Lawrence river to explore marine wildlife and birds. In the past, some of my life's most memorable experiences happened in the wilderness of British Columbia and Alberta, Canada.
So I thought I'd share that as of this week, the most favorable Canadian exchange means international travelers, perhaps like you, will pay about 30% less exploring Canada this year. Exchange rates vary but indicators point to continued value travel to Canada in 2016.
I stopped in Quesnel and made my way to Wells, where I had one of those best days of my life, canoeing with tour guide Dave Jorgenson on remote Bowron Lakes. I experienced quiet, majesty, and observed moose and eagles up close.
I have not yet traveled with these tour operators but I am considering doing so. Tour companies to consider:
Adventure Canada http://www.adventurecanada.com
Outer Shores Expeditions http://www.outershores.ca
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Until next time, breathe easy and make life an adventure.