Canada Itinerary Travel with the KIDS

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  1. clare says:

    I have visited Canada twice but never been to this area. From your photos it looks stunning and I need to add to my list for when I visit next. I want to go to the Fort and Hopewell Rocks too 🙂

  2. Mel Butler says:

    I don’t have kids but I still love your itinerary especially the Hopewell Rocks – high tide and visiting the Magnetic Hill Zoo. I love animals and zoos. I have not visited Canada yet but on my list so going to pinned it for future reference.

  3. Anna says:

    I’m so gutted that, having lived in Vancouver, BC for over 4 years, I never got to see this part of the country! Your itinerary is action-packed which I really like, you visited some cool places! Nova Scotia sounds particularly interesting to me, and that Fundy Coastal Drive must have been beautiful. Hope to get a chance to visit Canada again in the future and explore it a bit more.

  4. Thanks for the post. We are a family that travels and Canada is quite high up on our travel list so this will certainly be a lot of help. I’ve wanted to go to Nova Scotia for quite some time and the Magnetic Hill sounds like something that will really interest the kids.

  5. effcaa says:

    Oh wow Canada! Didn’t know there were UNESCO sites as well! Good to know about that. I really love the Canadian culture and remember how a former Canadian flatmate made the best pancakes ever! 🙂

  6. valisesetgourmandises says:

    It looks like a very fun and informative 5 days!! I’m from Québec, the French-speaking province, but the Maritimes are so far that I’ve never even been. If only we had a good train system like in Europe!

  7. What a fantastic itinerary! My kids are all grown up but I would love this! I spend a few days in Canada about 5 years ago and I am dying to go back. I love all the foodie treats you have featured. I’m really just a big kid at heart lol

  8. Swati says:

    Hello,
    I found this blog very useful and interesting and it provides a lot of useful information.

  9. Thanks to sharing your experience with us. These are a very useful information, because I am a traveler and like to visit new places. After read this now my next travel place is Canada.

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