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Explore Canada from vacation home rentals

From snow-capped mountains and world-class ski resorts to shimmering glacier lakes and sun-drenched beaches, Canada is a land of contrasts. Throw in cosmopolitan cities and the "Great White North" and it could just be one of the world's most captivating countries. Whether you're basking on the Pacific Coast, polar bear watching in Manitoba, or beach-hopping on Prince Edward Island, Canada vacation rentals unlock access to a host of properties across the nation. Stay a while and you'll quickly find out why its official motto is "Keep Exploring".


Historic sites near vacation rentals in Canada

Canada has plenty of heritage sites and unique historic attractions to explore on your trip. Vacation homes are close to places like Old Quebec, a district with historic landmarks and museums that date back to the 17th century, and Gastown, a historic area with a whistling steam clock and a mix of art galleries, decor stores, and souvenir shops. You'll also like Casa Loma, a grand 18th-century castle with tours and gardens.

Things to do

Sightseeing near vacation rentals in Canada

Canada boasts one of the world's most extensive parks systems. From sunny strolls around Vancouver's Stanley Park to high altitude hikes in Glacier National Park, discovering your favorites is all part of the fun. Across the country you'll find a host of world-class museums, with institutions like Toronto's Royal Ontario Museum and Ottawa's National Gallery coming up trumps. There are magnificent turn-of-the-century chateaus to discover in Quebec, beautifully manicured botanic gardens on Vancouver Island and ancient dinosaur fossils at Alberta's Royal Tyrrell Museum. All you need to do is book your Canada vacation rentals property and start exploring.


Things to do near vacation homes in Canada

For most visitors, discovering the great outdoors is a top priority. Canada lures adventure seekers with promises of snowboarding at Whistler Blackcomb, camping in Banff National Park, kayaking down the Nahanni River, beach-combing in Newfoundland and more. Wherever you roam, Canada vacation rentals have you covered. As you travel, you'll find yourself immersed in charismatic cultures, from Montreal's French-Canadian flair to Haida Gwaii's rich First Nations legacy. Wining and dining is a rite of passage, so save your appetite for wild salmon in Vancouver, perfectly cheesy Poutine in Quebec, freshly-caught lobster in the Maritime provinces, boutique wine in the Okanagan Valley and more.


Climate during your stay in vacation homes in Canada

A true year-round destination, Canada enchants in every season. Summer is the most popular time to visit, when most provinces enjoy warm weather and long days. Whether you're road-tripping through the Rockies or exploring Canada's capital cities, the weather is usually on point. The nation also throws a host of summer festivals, including Montreal's legendary Jazz Festival and Edmonton's International Fringe Theater Festival. Things don't slow down in the winter, when Canada's ski resorts operate in full-swing powder mode. Spring and fall can be sweet spots, with fewer crowds and every chance of gorgeous weather.

Natural features

Meet Canada's "tooth and claw" wildlife

As the 2nd-biggest country on the planet, it's no surprise that Canada serves up a huge variety of landscapes. From the rugged peaks of the Canadian Rockies and the verdant rainforests of British Columbia to the sparkling lakes of Ontario and the windswept coastlines of Newfoundland, Canada has it all. This goes hand-in-hand with a cast of tooth and claw wildlife, including grizzly bears, black bears, polar bears, cougars, wolves, orcas and of course, the beloved moose.

Food and drink

Sample regional cuisine in Canada

Canadian cuisine is a diverse blend of the different regions and their cultural influences. Indigenous foods include maple syrup, pemmican, Pacific salmon, and bannock, while the European culinary influences favor salt-cured fish, beef, and pork. Whether you want to try authentic Canadian food or a unique fusion recipe, you'll find a range of options in restaurants near your vacation rental.

What's the best place to stay if you're looking to rent a house for a weekend in Canada?

If you're partial to the idea of sliding your patio doors open to stunning ocean vistas, escape to Woodbine Beach in The Beaches. Check out our beachfront vacation rentals here and spend a few relaxing days strolling along the shoreline and drifting off to the sounds of crashing waves.

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