Canada is ready to welcome you with open hearts. The Canada border is open to fully vaccinated American citizens and permanent residents (currently residing in the US) for discretionary travel as of August 9, 2021.  Unvaccinated travelers have mandatory 14-day quarantine.  All travelers must present proof of negative Covid-19 test 72 hours prior to departure and register at ArriveCan.

Canada is divided into provinces and territories.  Similar to states, just bigger.  Here is a summary of Canada's provinces.

British Columbia - Don’t challenge British Columbia to a nature contest. You will lose every single time. This is where the Pacific is met by bustling city and towering forest; where mountains give way to picturesque valleys, and where vibrant urban life is fused with the nature that surrounds it.  Major cities – Vancouver and Victoria

Alberta -- Hike the Rockies, roam the prairie grasslands, discover dinosaurs at the world-famous Canadian Badlands, or take in the vibrant city life of Edmonton and Calgary, renowned for their hospitality, events and festivals.

Saskatchewan -- Prairie land. 100,000 lakes and rivers. A sky that never ends. Saskatchewan has a unique spirit that comes to life in its cities, communities, and countryside. Discover authentic restaurants, world-class freshwater fishing, canoeing, hiking, camping, and horseback riding.

Manitoba -- This is a place to be inspired. In the remote wild, see polar bears and beluga whales or reel in a massive fish. In Winnipeg, take in the triumphs of the human spirit at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, get swept away by Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet, and discover how our history lives on in vibrant neighborhoods. Manitoba truly is where Canada’s heart beats.  Major city is Winnipeg

Ontario -- From the exciting urban life and density of Toronto and Ottawa, to the wilds of the Great Lakes and Northern Ontario, the possibilities are endless.

Quebec -- Discover the uniqueness of Quebec through the magic of Montreal and Quebec City, cosmopolitans that vibrate with old-world charm. Then cruise the St. Lawrence River or drive alongside it, exploring every corner of this beautiful and historic province.

New Brunswick -- Adventure awaits in New Brunswick. At the incredible Bay of Fundy, witness the highest tides in the world or go whale-watching and spot humpbacks. Dive right in at one of over 50 perfect beaches, and explore culture, cuisine, and nightlife in Fredericton.
Nova Scotia -- Year-round surfing and sea kayaking, wineries and markets, all within easy driving distance makes Nova Scotia the place for the perfect road trip. Head to Cape Breton Island and play a round of world-class golf or just ride the road on the incredible Cabot Trail.  Major city is Halifax.

Prince Edward Island -- The home of Anne of Green Gables, stunning beaches, green pastoral landscapes and a charming island way of life. Tee off at one of 25 stunning golf courses in the morning, then kayak the warm ocean water in the afternoon before enjoying fabulous seafood cuisine in the evening.

Newfoundland and Labrador -- The most easterly point of North America, this is where the sun rises and the colors are more vibrant. From miles of untouched coastlines to breaching whales and icebergs, some sights you can only see in Newfoundland and Labrador.  Major city is St. John.

Yukon -- Find inspiration in the wide-open spaces of the Yukon. Iconic wilderness parks and a vibrant First Nations culture draw you in, as you canoe mighty rivers, pan for gold in the Klondike, and dance under the midnight sun. In the Yukon, one thing is certain: adventure will be your guide.  Borders on Alaska.  Major city is Whitehorse.

Northwest Territories -- Witness the magic of the Northern Lights, navigate rapids, angle for unbelievably big fish or explore stunningly rugged mountains. One thing is for sure: when you leave the spectacular Northwest Territories, you will have stories to tell and memories that will last a lifetime.  Major city is Yellowknife.

Nunavut -- This is the True North. Experience the Inuit way of life with arts and crafts, music and performance art, hunting and fishing, and dog sledding behind the rare Canadian Inuit dog. If you have a spirit of adventure, Nunavut welcomes you.

Click here: www.us-keepexploring.canada.travel for a more in-depth look at all Canada has to offer

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