Keep these 7 Things in Mind before you travel to Canada

Here are some things to keep in mind if your plan is to travel to Canada. Let’s go over seven of them. Ensure your visit to Canada from the UK is a smooth, enjoyable experience please read on ETA Canada Visa on the new Electronic Travel Authorisation requirements for air travelers.

1. Set up a schedule

Canada is vast and it’s impossible to see the whole country in a brief visit. If you don’t have a set schedule, it may be difficult to get around a city. You might only be able to see a certain part of the country in a short time, like the Maritimes, West Coast of BC and the Rocky Mountains of Alberta. It is possible to spend a lot of time enjoying yourself, which is a great benefit.

2. You have to be prepared for severe weather

It doesn’t matter whether you are travelling to Canada in the summer or winter, ensure you have warm clothing. Thunderstorms can make it very cold at night in summer. In winter, temperatures can drop to -30 or lower. A scarf, a woolen head hat, and gloves are all good choices.

3. Apply for your ETA Visa

ETA, shorthand for Electronic Travel Authorization is a requirement required to travel to Canada. However, Americans are exempted by it since 2016.

Depending upon where you live you might need an ETA. The quickest way to get an ETA is online. Just use your credit cards to make payment. Once you’ve entered the information, you can start to get your ETA. In just a few moments, your ETA will be emailed to you. It will be valid for many decades.

4. Couchsurfing is an option to save money

Canada is a country where quality accommodation is expensive. Even though most cities have hostels right now, it might be hard to find affordable accommodation. Is there an alternative? Couchsurfing may be an option. It allows you to connect with locals and share their spare bedrooms for free.

5. Tim Hortons

Tim Hortons are available almost everywhere in Canada. This is your one-stop-shop for everything Canadian, including a donut and sandwich.

6. Travel Insurance

It’s a good idea to have travel insurance, especially for those who plan to travel to Canada. As the medical expenses can quickly eat into your budget, falling sick in Canada is bad news. You should read all terms and conditions before you buy your health insurance policy. It should include the activities you desire to do in Canada such whitewater rafting or snowboarding.

7. Explore the Great Outdoors

Canada is full of great cities, such as Toronto (to name a few), Winnipeg, Montreal, Vancouver, Vancouver, Vancouver, and Toronto. You can find delicious food, culture and lots of fun activities. It’s the Canadian wilderness that is the real joy. Canada is home to over 30 million residents.