As the largest city in Canada and one of North America’s major urban areas (5.5 million people live in the GTA), Toronto is teeming with family-friendly activities and attractions. The city offers something for everyone and every interest – museums and galleries, historical sites, professional sporting events, numerous shopping districts, and a world-class theatre and arts
Vancouver, British Columbia, is easily one of the most beautiful cities in North America. Here are the top 10 things to do in Vancouver, British Columbia selected by Trekaroo’s families.
But, Whistler offers so much more than just snow and skiing. There are tons of family-friendly activities year round! Want to ride in a canoe or kayak? How about zip lining, fishing, camping or dirt bike riding? Hiking or wildflower photography? Or just relaxing by the pool and basking in the sunshine? Whistler has it all.
Stepping off a boat or out of a car into the lovely city of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada is similar to traveling to another time and place in history.
Think kid-friendly means tasteless? Think again. Enjoy the best of Vancouver’s Family Friendly Restaurants.
How to teach your kids about global warming and climate change is a daunting task but I suggest you begin with visiting a glacier.
Make eastern Canada history come alive for your kids as you explore Parks Canada’s National Historic parks in Quebec, Nova Scotia & Prince Edward Island.
Newfoundland is a travel destination relatively unknown to American families; in fact, most children in the United States likely can’t even point to this Canadian island on a map. If …