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Tour Guide to Travel Canada

Travel Canada... The experience of a lifetime for nature lovers!

Your Personal Tour Guide for Travel in Canada

My name is Josette Prinsen, and I have almost a decade of field experience as a tour guide in Canada. 
I love sharing my knowledge and my passion for everything Canadian.

I’ve seen many wonderful destinations across this beautiful country, and I’ve taken many back-country hiking and camping trips. I’ve also escorted more than 30 group travel tours.

As your online guide to Canadian travel, I’ve prepared all the FREE information on this website to help  you plan your Canadian vacation.

Josette, your personal tour guide to travel in Canada

The tips and information on my site will:



In Canada, travelling offers pleasures that appeal to all your senses

  • See vistas of soaring mountains, crystal-clear lakes, roaring rivers, alpine meadows filled with flowers, and fascinating wildlife – such as herds of Steller sea lions basking on rocks.
  • Hear the cry of a loon on a lonely lake, the splash of leaping salmon, the singing of forest birds, the spouting of orcas, and (if you’re very lucky) the eerie song of humpback whales.
  • Feel the crisp mountain air, the wind in your face, the heat of the summer sun, the cool of swimming in a secluded lake, and the excitement of hiking through “bear country.”
  • Smell the scents of a sun-drenched pine forest, of wild flowers in bloom, of salty sea air and a seaweed-covered beach.
  • Taste delicious local products from all across the country: Quebec cheeses, Ontario maple syrup, or smoked candied salmon from British Columbia – paired with a crisp VQA (Vintners Quality Alliance) wine from the Okanagan Valley, BC.


Moraine Lake, Banff National Park, Alberta. A must see when travelling in Canada


A dazzling array of diverse landscapes

The Canadian provinces –British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, and the Maritime provinces of New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island – offer a dazzling array of diverse landscapes. 
So do the remote northern territories of Nunavut, Yukon, and the Northwest Territories.


Canada is a vast country

Many visitors to Canada (especially from Europe, where distances are smaller) are surprised by the sheer size of this country. Canada is a vast country – more than 9,000 km (about 5,600 miles) wide, from the West Coast to the East.  It covers an area of almost ten million km2 (some 3.8 million square miles),  making it the second-biggest country in the world (after Russia).


As your personal “Tour Guide to Travel in Canada,” I look forward to hear from you –and I wish you a wonderful vacation in Canada!


As a tour guide posing in front of the Salmon Glacier, Northern BC

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