Whether you want to ski, snowboard, surf, kayak, hike, or swim, there is a place in Canada to do it. But on the flipside, Canada’s cities boast world-class shopping and cuisine.
When to go: May-September for the warmest climates available which allow this region to show it's outstanding features.
Canada is the world’s second largest country and here, spread across six time zones you’ll find both vast expanses of wilderness, as well as cutting edge cities like Montreal and Toronto. There are crystal clear lakes and beautiful beaches, imposing mountains to the west, oceans on three sides, and no shortage of ways to take advantage of the natural beauty throughout the country. Find out more about seeing Canada with Insight.
While lively cities are easy to spend days exploring, don’t miss out on the small towns dotting the U.S.A. You can find hidden gem bars and restaurants, a slower pace of life, and most importantly, friendly people who will be glad you stopped by.
When to go: In the west of the country, temperatures are good all year; May-October for the best Eastern climates.
You could spend years travelling through the United States and still not see it all. Richly diverse in terms of landscape, food, and culture, you can have it all in America. Hit the beach, climb a mountain, explore a national park, or shop and eat your way through a fascinating city like New York, Boston, L.A., or Chicago. Find out more about seeing the United States with Insight.