Tourism in Canada

Canada

Few countries in the world offer as many choices to the traveller as Canada. Whether your passion is skiing, sailing, museum-combing or indulging in exceptional cuisine, Canada has it all.

Western Canada is renowned for its stunningly beautiful countryside; Eastern Canada mixes the flavour and charm of Europe with the bustle of trendy New York; wildlife viewing is at its best in Northern Canada; and, everywhere, you will be surprised by how much more there is to this country than just maple syrup and Mountains!

Canada offers a huge range of attractions, from large cosmopolitan cities such as Montréal and Toronto in the south, to isolated Eskimos settlements dotted around the frozen shores of Hudson Bay.

 



The contrasting Pacific and Atlantic seaboards and the thousands of lakes and rivers of the interior provide superb water sports and fishing. The Rocky Mountains and other ranges offer breathtaking scenery on a grand scale.

Some of the best resorts are in the series of great National Parks, which preserve the wildlife, and forests of Canada in their virgin state. Those in the north provide basic amenities for tours of the beautiful northern wilderness.

A taste of the pioneering west can be had in the rich farming and grain regions of central Canada. Further north are the New Frontier of Yukon, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.

10 Good Reasons

  1. Primary language is English.
  2. Low interest rates and expenses deductible.
  3. Located in the number one ski resort in North East America.
  4. Great investment.
  5. Excellent rental potential.
  6. Over 2.5 million visitors a year to Mont-Tremblant.
  7. Breathtaking views.
  8. Great shopping with individual boutiques.
  9. Perfect setting for winter holidays and summer escapes.
  10. Huge range of seasonal activities available.

Getting There

Flight time of approximatly 7½ hours from UK airports to Montreal , Mount Tremblant is 90
minutes drive from Montreal Airport.


 

 
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