If you are single and on your first visit to Canada you will most likely be amazed at how diverse it is and just how much there is for a single person to do. If you were to drive the full length of the country from Victoria, British Columbia to Summerside, Prince Edward Island it would take you five or six days depending on how much of a hurry you happened to be in. Canada is full of intriguing vacation destinations that are especially welcoming to the single traveler. Whether it’s the Summer or Winter season, there are plenty of fun spots to choose from.
If winter sports are high on your interest list, some of the best Winter playground choices in Canada can be found in British Columbia and Alberta. Singles love to ski and party and some of the best skiing in the country can be found in and around Banff, Alberta. Sunshine, Nakiska, Norquay, and Lake Louise offer great skiing and what could be more fun than joining the after ski crowd in Banff or Canmore after an exhilarating day of skiing?
Banff and Canmore are also exceptional Summer destinations for the hiking, mountain biking, and mountain climbing crowd. The towns are also full of interesting, unique shops, great dining, and many clubs for after-hour fun.
The Okanagan Valley in British Columbia boasts some very popular ski hills as well. Silver Star in Vernon and Big White in Kelowna have been favorite fun destinations for years and is are great places for singles to meet and party. Both hills feature accommodations, restaurants, and mountain-top bars and are an ideal choice for a singles vacation. In the Summer, Penticton and Kelowna have many attractions including festivals, great beaches, winery tours, a lively night-life and some of the best restaurants in the country.
Whistler B.C., just outside of Vancouver, is a world class resort that is about to become even more famous as it prepares to host the 2010 Winter Olympic Games and soon Whistler-Blackcomb will be a name even better known through-out the world as a must-see destination. Well known for being an exceptional all-season resort, Whistler offers world class skiing and boarding in the Winter and hiking and mountain biking in the Summer. Most of all, Whistler is a bustling self-contained mountainside community that is hopping all year-round and might well be the best choice for the single vacationer in the entire country.
Both British Columbia and Alberta offer thrill seekers unique opportunities to experience many different activities special to the area. White-water rafting, trail-rides, extreme skiing, deep-sea fishing, mountain climbing, and house-boating are just a few of the options available to the single traveler.
Whatever your interests, British Columbia and Alberta are sure to have the perfect vacation destination for the single traveler who wants to have fun and at the same time meet many interesting people.
The prairie provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba have hundreds of lakes that are perfect for camping, fishing and water-skiing. Ontario has many attractions as well. Sports fans can enjoy professional football, hockey, and baseball in Toronto, and Niagara Falls is just a few hours away. Northern Ontario has spectacular camping, hunting, and fishing.
Try visiting Montreal for some great shopping as often Quebec is the first province to retail the newest European fashions.
The East coast has a charm all it’s own and is famous for the rugged beauty of it’s Atlantic shores. The Maritime provinces are dotted with bed and breakfasts and spending a few weeks bike-touring the Eastern-most provinces of Canada would be an unforgettable holiday and a great place to meet other single travelers.