Depending on where you live, you may not have to travel far.
Adventures in Canada are as infinite as the country is vast. Any time is the best time to embark on an exciting adventure.
While leaves become more sparse and the thought of shoveling becomes much more real here in Canada, a long list of U.S. states are finally experiencing peak fall colors. These five destinations are the best of the best for eeking a few more fall foliage drives out of late October and early November.
With Halloween right around the corner, you may be itching to find something spooky to do. That might mean watching scary movies or visiting haunted houses, but why not kick things up a few frightening notches and book yourself a haunted hotel room?
Ontario, Canada, is one of the best places in the world to watch the green maple, oak and birch leaves of summer turn orange, crimson, and gold before falling in time for winter. And nothing makes an Ontario leaf peeping trip more complete than using one of the province's quaintest small towns as your home-base.
The Canadian Rockies are a favourite summer and winter destination for travellers around the world. But many are missing out on the more mellow fall months, when crowds are thin, temperatures are just right, and the scenery is arguably more photogenic than any other time of year.
Travellers flock to Cape Breton Island's Cabot Trail and Quebec's Laurentian Mountains to admire Canada's fall foliage this time of year. However, fall travellers are missing out on a number of lesser known Canadian destinations that pack just as much punch in terms of fall fun.
Florida isn't just a spring break destination. It's one of the best U.S. states for stretching your summer well beyond September. Must-visit fall festivals combine with warm (but less humid) weather, uncrowded beaches, and more affordable prices to create the ultimate autumn escape. These six reasons to take a Florida vacation this fall are guaranteed to make you forget about the chilly air and snowflakes that are just around the corner.
Summer travel season is winding down, which means airfares to many popular destinations are coming off their high points. And, in a year where airfares have been low even at their high points, this is particularly good news for budget-conscious travellers or anyone interested in saving some money on their next flight. Are you down for some deals?
Canada's tree-covered wilderness and cool fall temperatures create some of the world's most vibrant fall foliage. The autumn colours are more intense in the Great White North's eastern provinces, and the most populated, east-central province of Ontario is one of the best for viewing them in jaw-dropping settings.
Canada's largest cities are often praised as some of the world's top travel destinations. But it's the short escapes to lesser-known destinations that make fall travel throughout the Great White North so special
Fall, with its back-to-school madness and higher chance of hurricanes, is one of the best times to pack your bags -- if you can.
Don't let the end-of-summer blues rule your fall. Afterall, autumn is one of the most precious seasons in the Great White North. Warm summer temperatures linger while leaves paint colourful backdrops and tourists flee from some of our country's most popular tourist destinations.
Planning a getaway to the following must-visit fall foliage destinations throughout New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine and New York is easier than most Canadians think, and the region offers far more than colourful leaves.
Ireland's shoulder and low seasons offer some of the most favourable conditions for travellers. Temperatures tend to be more comfortable than the cold, rainy winter months, but tourists still enjoy the lower prices and sparse crowds associated with the low season.
Some of the most northern states offer fall foliage displays that are known as the best in the world. This year, above-average temperatures have kept the trees from reaching peak colours in September and early October as they usually do. Now is the perfect time to plan a quick trip into the U.S.
A holiday in Europe doesn't have to be expensive, especially if you visit in fall. In many parts of Europe, fall is considered the shoulder- or off-season. That means you can save big on accommodations, avoid photobombs by packs of tourists and return home with a little money left in the bank.
This is one of our favourite photobombs yet!
Some travelers assume fall is a difficult time to travel. Kids are back in school, calendars are full of events and temperatures are falling. However, fall also means less crowded destinations, lower prices and comfortable temperatures for hiking, mountain biking and other outdoor adventures.
All you revelers ought to be thankful.