Home to glitzy modern cities, arctic tundra, boreal forests, rocky mountains, glaciers, prairies, oil sands, and over 100,000 lakes, Pamela MacNaughtan reveals how you can discover the wonders of Canada on a budget.
How much do you know about travel in British Columbia, Canada? When planning a trip and deciding where to go and what to do, have you ever considered planning your trip around mountains and outdoor adventures? For independent travelers, Canada offers a wealth of possibilities, particularly in British Columbia.
The field of 64 is officially set, and each region has some exciting match-ups as the tournament officially begins today. Adam Seper is here to break down the Americas region. Who will advance to the next round? Only you can decide!
At BootsnAll, our core values guide everything we do, including the articles we publish. We think these values not only fit the company brilliantly, they speak to many of the things we love about travel, too. Here are some of the best articles we've published in the last year that showcase one (or more) of these core values.
The savvy eater knows that what's good for the belly is also good for the planet, so he or she gobbles what's local and what's in season whenever possible. Jessica Allen gives a brief guide about what to eat---and when---around the world.
Unimaginable luxury. Famous moments and fearful events. Whether you’re an American history buff, romantic sightseer or reluctant student, touring any of these “Eight Great U.S. Historic Homes” while in their cities is worth the time.
Whether you're planning a trip to British Columbia for the 2010 Winter Olympics or not, BootsnAll writer Jessica Spiegel has 5 non-Olympics reasons why a BC trip should be on your agenda for next summer.