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How To Find Free Camping In Canada

Free camping in Canada is known as boondocking, dry camping or wild camping, and can be found all over Canada. Don’t let high fees and crowded campgrounds keep you from going on a backcountry camping adventure; free camping in Canada is totally possible and it will boost your budget. During my recent camping trip, I stayed in some of the […]

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Kelowna Itinerary – Six Days in Kelowna, British Columbia

Kelowna, the third-largest metropole in British Columbia is centrally located and a great home base for exploring the beautiful Okanagan Valley. The name Kelowna is adopted from the indigenous people and means “grizzly bear”. The hot Okanagan climate makes Kelowna ideal for outdoor fun, whether on the lake or in the surrounding hills. Pack your hiking boots and climb some hills, […]

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Horse Pack Trips into Canada’s Wilderness

A Wilderness Adventure and a Horse Lovers Dream Come and experience the Canadian wilderness on horseback for an experience you will never forget. Ride through the Canadian wilderness like an intrepid explorer with a world of amazement unfolding before you. Climb up mountain trails along deep canyons to beautiful mountain meadows covered with blankets of wildflowers. With your trusty trail horse […]

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How to Find the Perfect Accommodation on Sites Like Airbnb

I never used to suggest renting accommodation from websites like Airbnb, Wimdu, Homestay, or Roomorama to people coming to Canada. Travelling with motorhomes and campers is the Canadian way and how tourists like to experience the country. It makes sense in a country where distances between places are huge and campgrounds abound. For locals, who own their RVs it is […]

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Wild Edible Plants Okanagan Valley

Early Spring Foraging for wild edible plant Spring has arrived early in the Okanagan and so has the time for foraging wild plants you can eat. The milder climate here has a bit more to offer in regard to early spring wild edible plants than the colder regions of Canada, where the earth stays frozen much longer into the year. […]

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