Written by Guest-Blogger: Cindy Aldridge
After spending so much time close to home, many of us are itching for a well-deserved change of scenery, even if it’s months down the road. While it might feel pointless to plan a getaway in the midst of uncertainty, having something exciting to look forward to is a great way to lift your spirits and look ahead.
Tours of Exploration shares 11 budget-friendly travel resources in the sections below, so read on and let the vacation planning begin!Continue reading
Tours of Exploration is offering some very exciting travel prizes! Presenting our Re-discover Wonder Contest. After a taking a long break from travel, you must be in an adventure dream-state by now! Travel – no matter near or far – offers a sense of discovery both of yourself and of your external environment.
The Northern region is one of my top recommendations for travellers planning a visit to Vancouver Island. I return as often as I can, including plans to take the popular BC Ferries route between Port Hardy and Prince Rupert. The draw for me is the high concentration of wildlife and impactful connections with the area’s First Nations.
An adventure by camper-van. A land that showcases the tremendous powers of nature as if it were a giant art gallery. A land with more sheep than people. A land that is said to be secretly inhabited by invisible elves and mountain trolls. These are all things I did not expect when I visited Iceland in August, 2018.
By Catherine Evans & Ailish Evans
Click here for Tours of Exploration's very own 3-4 Day Sunshine Coast Trail Getaway.
Despite living on the Sunshine Coast for nearly thirty years, I had never experienced the iconic backcountry hut-to-hut hiking path known as the Sunshine Coast Trail (SCT). This 180 km route stretches from
By Catherine Evans
Click here for Tours of Exploration's 3-Day Tour in Yoho National Park.
The staycation mantra has become the call to travel domestically. My husband and I accepted the invite when we set out to explore our Province with a visit to Yoho National Park, BC.