Canada and Alaska: Explore the Diverse Landscapes and Cities of North America

I love traveling, because it always gives me a sense of freedom. In my opinion, no one should spend too much time being stuck in one place, getting bored by seeing the same places and the same people every single day. Although it sure is fun to visit relatives that live far away, nothing compares to that special boost of energy one gets when visiting a completely new place. Investing in traveling is really worth it, regardless of whether you’re going with a friend, an SO or simply enjoying it all by yourself.

If you’re like me and you’ve already been to several exotic locations and want to see something different, or you simply don’t like cliches, you should travel Canada and Alaska since these countries offer completely authentic scenery and you’ll be able to experience an entirely different world. What’s more, if visiting North America is on your agenda, it would be a good idea to also choose a tour to travel Canada and Alaska as well. The more the better right?

Now let me just give you a small glimpse of what your journey could look like if you opt for a travel Canada and Alaska. The tour would include visiting cities such as Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan while cruising through the Alaskan Inside Passage; the famous Lake Louise, which is found bellow the Victoria Glacier, on Mount Victoria, Canada; the unforgettable scenery of the gorgeous Columbia Icefield while travelling along the Icefields Parkway and visiting the Bow & Peyto Lakes, the Crowfoot Glacier and the Athabasca Falls.

The Icefields Parkway is in fact a highway that opens a door to Canada’s wildlife as well and you’ll be able to see bears, mountain sheep, moose or elk. By riding along the Thomson river, you’ll discover the beauty of the Rainbow Canyon and Fraser Canyon while observing the majestic view at Hell’s Gate. This list of places is not exhaustive and there is so much more to see in both Canada and Alaska. Get ready for some amazing photos alongside the interesting history lessons and a journey you’ll never forget.

Here are some tips for booking and organizing your trip.

  • Do not forget to check out laws concerning visas, travel insurance, objects you are (not) allowed carry with you, etc;
  • Get well informed regarding what kind of weather you can expect;
  • Go through the details of the travel tour just to see how the route is planned and organized and ask your questions (if any) on time.