Canadian Geographic Travel

Escapes & Adventures

The insider’s guide to Curaçao’s rich culture and natural splendor

Where to eat, stay and play for sophisticated elegance or environmental connection in Curaçao

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Following in the footsteps of pilgrims on Tuscany’s Via Francigena

Our writer falls under the spell of the Tuscan countryside on an eight-day walking tour with Exodus Travels

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Lords of the forest: Walking among New Zealand’s kauri trees

Kauri trees were logged to the brink in the 19th and 20th centuries and are now vulnerable to a fungal disease, but new Maori-led stewardship programs offer hope for New Zealand’s forest giants

Highlights from One Ocean Expeditions’ 2019 East Coast Fins and Fiddles voyage

Three finalists in this year’s Canadian Geographic Challenge enjoyed the trip of a lifetime as part of their prize, and we were there to capture the fun

Discovering Bermuda’s cahow country

On Bermuda’s Nonsuch Island, a protected nature reserve, a rare species of seabird is making a comeback 

“Maybe they are happy to be home:” Watching the salmon run in British Columbia’s Adams River

The Indigenous-owned and operated Quaaout Lodge in the B.C. interior is an ideal base for watching one of North America’s most amazing migrations

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Exploring Montreal’s Jewish food scene

Whether it’s the old classics or classy newcomers, you’re spoiled for choice when it comes to Montreal’s Jewish food scene

Chasing icebergs in Newfoundland

Newly-revamped “Iceberg Finder” makes it easy for visitors to find the best spots in Newfoundland for iceberg viewing 

Nine things to discover in the Thousand Islands

From outdoor adventure to world-class theatre, here are nine reasons to plan a getaway to the Thousand Islands

A bartender at Deane House mixes a cocktail. (Photo: Christopher Amat/Deane House)