Travel in Canada

BY MOTORHOME IN WESTERN CANADA

In this proposal for a tailor-made trip in western Canada, start the trip in Vancouver and then continue on your own. You drive a camper and then have the whole of western Canada to explore just the way you want. See more about Canada on findjobdescriptions.

The proposal is for you who want to travel on your own and explore western Canada with its beautiful national parks, lots of adventures, experiences, whale watching, bears, delicious big cities and more.

DVi can offer larger or smaller cars, this proposal is based on a motorhome / motorhome (C25) with room for 5 people. Equipment and insurance as well as 200 free miles are included and you can buy extra miles if you know you are going to drive longer. You can change to a smaller car or luxury to a larger one, choose the one that suits you best.

When you travel around Canada, it is perfect to have a motorhome where you choose at what pace you want to travel around, you stop where you want and can experience nature up close. You also avoid packing up and down every day and can take the day as it comes.

Day 1: Departure from Scandinavia and arrival in Vancouver

Departure from Scandinavia with arrival the same day. After checking in at your hotel, you have the rest of the day on your own.

Day 2: You pick up your motorhome.

Usually you pick up your car after kl. 13 but you can buy the “Early Bird Departure Special” and pick it up right in the morning.

Day 3-12: Motorhome & road trip on your own.

We help you with inspiration and tips on what you can see and experience during your trip in Canada.

Day 13: Return of the RV in Vancouver

You return your motorhome between 9-11 (if you have not bought the “Early Bird Departure Special”). You can then check in at your hotel and have a continued nice day in beautiful Vancouver.

Day 14: Return from Vancouver

So it’s time to return to Scandinavia after a two-week road trip in Canada, the time depends on which airline you have chosen to travel with.

Day 15: Return to Scandinavia

Arrival in Scandinavia

ON YOUR OWN IN CANADA

Travel on your own in Canada. Enjoy city life in Toronto, be impressed by the magnificent Niagara Falls, look for bears, have Afternoon Tea at The Empress in Victoria, explore the many national parks and go whale watching along the rugged coastline.
This travel proposal includes flights, airport transfers and two nights in Toronto.

Best travel period

As Canada is a large country, there are also large differences in climate and weather depending on where you travel and when. In general, it can be said that the best time to visit Canada is during our summer from June to mid-September. Along the American border, the temperature can rise to 30 degrees while you have frost and maybe some snow up in the Rocky Mountains.
If you are going to ski, the best time is from mid-November to mid-March.

Detailed itinerary

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Day 1: Departure from Scandinavia and arrival in Toronto

Departure from Scandinavia and arrival in Toronto the same day. After checking in at your hotel, you have the rest of the day on your own.

Day 2: Toronto

You have the whole day to experience Toronto. It is easy to get around here, either by local transport, or you can rent a bike or why not take a Hop-on Hop-off tour. Toronto also has an ingenious system of underground walkways; PATH that allows you to get around dry shoes and warm even if it is raining or cold. Here in Toronto there is plenty to see and experience. Breathe in as you walk out on the glass floor high, high up in the CN Tower, stroll around Chinatown, eat well in the Italian quarters of the city, have a drink at one of the many microbreweries in the Distillery Historic District, buy something good to chew on St. Lawrence’s market, do not miss the Royal Ontario Museum, the Hockey Hall of Fame is a must and if the weather is warm and beautiful take an excursion out to the Toronto Islands for a dip.

Day 3: Toronto and out on further adventures

You now have the whole of Canada to experience, we recommend that you rent a car or why not a camper van and continue exploring this amazing country!

Travel in Canada