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Cheap Flights to Canada

With its vast expanse of untouched wilderness stretching from the Atlantic to the Pacific, Canada is a paradise for adventurers and thrill-seekers. The outdoor opportunities in Canada are endless and suitable for travelers of all ages, ranging from awe-inspiring bear and whale watching to high-octane skiing, snowboarding and mountain biking. Alongside its beautiful landscape, Canada is also a place of great cultural diversity with a diverse calendar of events, festivals and celebrations each year.

Explore the Wonders of Canada

Visitors looking to explore the rugged Canadian wilderness have a number of national parks available to them including the Nahanni National Park Reserve in the Northwest Territories and the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks, both of which have been awarded UNESCO World Heritage Status for their incredible natural beauty. Other unique outdoor opportunities available in Canada include watching the polar bears in Churchill, Manitoba, known as the Polar Bear Capital of the World, or seeing up close some of the spectacular fjords and icebergs in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Canada’s cities are known for their high standard of living and friendliness and offer a wide variety of interesting and exciting sites and activities for people of all ages. Toronto is a city cherished for its thriving artistic scene and numerous museums and galleries, while Vancouver’s vibrant nightlife spots around the Granville Entertainment District are famously busy over the weekend. Check out our list of the best places to visit in Canada to make the most out of your trip.

Flights to Canada

There are 13 international airports in Canada, the busiest of which is Toronto Pearson International Airport which handles over 40 million passengers each year. Other notable airports in Canada include Vancouver International Airport, the second busiest with over 20 million passengers annually, Calgary International Airport and Montreal-Pierre Elliot Trudeau International Airport in Montreal, Quebec. All visitors to the country except Canadian and U.S. citizens are required to apply for an Electronic Travel Authorization visa. As well as the two national air carriers, Air Canada and WestJet, many leading airlines can offer cheap flights to Canada from destinations around the globe.

When to Visit Canada

The climate in Canada changes significantly by location due to its vast size, although generally most of the cities in the south of the country experience warm weather during the summer. Winter in Canada can be bitterly cold and temperatures rarely reach above freezing in the northern region of the country at any point throughout the year. Those looking to experience Canada at its warmest may want to visit between May and August, although the autumn period up to October can be a little less busy and still pleasantly mild. 

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