Between Canada and the USA, there’s an excess of excellent ski resorts to choose from. If you are ready to hit the slopes this ski season, contact one of our snow experts by clicking here.
Overall, the ski season storms mid-late November and goes until mid-April at the latest. The best snow falls and stays around from January to mid-February. January, just after the holidays, is the best time to go for soft powdery snow and lower ticket and accommodation pricing. That is if you can bear the cold.
Peru is one of those places that stands above the rest, thanks to its mysterious ancient treasures, nestled deep into a lush and beautiful jungle landscape. But then there’s also its frozen Andean peaks, its wondrous coastlines of cliffs and sandy beaches, and the eye-opening, diverse cultures of the Peruvian people. With so much to see and such a big country to score, you might already be wondering where, and when, to visit.
From lively and cultural Rio do Janeiro, to southern Brazil’s lush and wild jungles, to serene island paradises 350 km off its northeastern coast, Brazil is home to an excess of things to do, and most of them aren’t Samba, believe it or not. Here are our ten best picks for things to do in Brazil.
Buenos Aires flies a bit under the radar when it comes to global cities, but if you pick up its signal, you will find a lively fusion of culture and entertainment putting it amongst the top cities in the world. From tango dancers on the sidewalks to Cowboys in the streets, or football fans taking over both, you will find yourself swept away by the city’s beauty, history and passion.
Whether you have never visited Europe or spent months roaming the historic streets, there seems to be an endless supply of incredible travel experiences found there. Cities like Paris, London, Rome and even Barcelona may take centre stage, but in 2017 the hottest destinations are those that may not have spent so much time in the limelight. The so-called “second tier”, cities that your hipster friends never stop talking about.