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Canada is known for bone-chilling winters, but there's no denying this country serves up a boatload of excitement whatever the season. Think dancing Northern Lights, cloud-swept summits, vivid autumn shades, and champagne powder snow - Canada is a joy to discover all year round!

Magical winter at off-season rates
Winter is the perfect time to see the best of Canada with less crowd and at surprising affordable rates. Enjoy great deals on exciting activities, from catching wildlife in action, to seeing the spectacular Northern Lights, to ice skating on frozen lakes and dog sledding in Banff. At a price you can reach, you can catch the blitzy Winterlude in Ottawa, the Winter Festival of Lights at Niagara Falls or the fantastic Ice Magic Festival in Banff & Lake Louise. Winter is indeed more fun in Canada!

Lots of tulips, cherry blossoms and discounts on spring
As temperatures warm up, you better keep your eyes peeled for vibrant flora, wildlife in full force, and lots excitement at amazing rates just before high season kicks in! Spring is the time to gather beneath the cherry blossom trees in British Columbia, tiptoe through the majestic displays of tulips in Ottawa, and celebrate the delectable Maple Syrup festival in the streets of Ontario or Quebec. For some action, try spring skiing in the Rockies or enjoy a peaceful hike at Johnston Canyon.

Out-of-the-ordinary summer experience
Summer in Canada is high travel season, with the month of July considered as prime time for visit. With the hot and humid weather comes a lot of excitement, from the fiery sounds of Calagary Stampede, to to the candy-floss like displays at Butchart Gardens, to romantic canoe ride in Lake Louise and riding the ocean waves in Tofino. Just don't forget to bring your jacket and rainwear - there are chances of rain and evenings could get a bit chilly.

Fall season straight out of a fairtytale
With prices subsiding, colors in full show, and lots of activities to take part in, fall season is the most picturesque time to visit Canada. Drive through the Cabot Trail or Fundy Coastal Drive for the best display of fall foilage or enjoy a misty autumn rainforest walk in Whistler. Tour the fairytale landscapes of VanDusen Botanical Garden and Stanley Park in Vancouver or go leaf peeping in the Larch Valley, Kananaskis, or the Coast Mountain range. Autumn in Canada is a feast for the eyes, and a therapy for the soul.

Cruise the azure waters of Maligne Lake
Cruise the azure waters of Maligne Lake
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