Deals just for Canadians The loonie? Ugh. Since the heady days of 2011 when our dollar was actually stronger than the US, we’ve seen it take a nosedive to where it’s now settled in the 75¢ area. What’s a poor Canadian traveller to do? Fear not: we’ve collected an array of tempting cruise offers just […]
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When you work in the active travel sector, you get pretty used to bandying about pretty exotic destinations and chatting casually about Borneo or Antarctica. But what about the traveller who’s a first-time active traveller? One who’s maybe travelling with kids, or who doesn’t want a long flight? Then we have the answer for you! […]
It’s no secret that river cruising is one of the hottest trends in travel. More and more Canadians are intrigued by the small-ship intimacy, the off-the-beaten waves itineraries and generous inclusions to be found on a river cruise. Most of our clients “graduate” to river cruising after taking a number of big ship cruises. If […]
Starting June 6, trains from the new union Pearson Express line will commute Pearson airport to downtown Toronto every 15 minutes. The 25 minutes ride has only two brief stops at the Bloor and Weston GO Stations and will let you enjoy 25 traffic-free minutes on the Union Pearson Express. For more details, click here.
Tuesday, December 2, 2014 Posted by Travelweek Group OTTAWA — Canadian citizens no longer require a visitor visa to enter Chile. Canadian visitors and business people can now stay for up to six months visa-free, which is consistent with all other visa-exempt travellers. The old ‘reciprocity fee’ of $132 the Canadian and Chilean visitors had to […]
GBTA Canada brings you the inaugural GBTA Energy, Resources & Marine Symposium 2014 | Calgary on June 25, 2014 at the WestJet Campus in Calgary, Alberta. GBTA has hosted successful events for travel professionals in these industries in Rio De Janeiro, Houston, Perth, and various European cities. Now, Canadian travel professionals in these sectors can enjoy an […]