What is there to do in Canada ?

What is there to do in Canada ? About to leave in a 5 week Canada trip. 5k spending budget.

5 nights Toronto
4 nights Niagara
3 night Ottawa
6 nights Montreal
5 nights Quebec City
5 nights Banff
5 night Vancouver

The “things to do in Canada” websites are lame.

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  1. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you're black you can do the women, easily

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      I can imagine. Sadly not black.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Idiot

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Leave and never come back

      Mouth breathing idiot

  2. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Niagara is a tourist trap. One day max. You also missed all the maritimes.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Is that 5k after transportation/hotel costs? Otherwise that 5k won't go very far here kek
      Canada's Wonderland has rollercoasters if you enjoy that.
      In terms of food, for poutine I find random bars tend to make the best kind. People rave about beavertails but they were always overpriced meh to me.
      If you want a quiet idyllic town, Stratford is a good places to just walk around and enjoy the scenery.
      There's an Aquarium and a Zoo in Toronto and plenty of museums and art galleries in pretty much every city if you like that sort of thing.
      Also skydiving in Toronto if you want that kind of adrenaline.

      This, nothing in niagara takes more than a day. Taking the boat up to the falls is fun, everything besides that is meh and the boardwalk is the same overpriced trash you find at every boardwalk.
      On the other hand I can't think of anything to do in the maritimes, besides maybe whale watching.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Thank you.
        I think we will spent most of the Toronto week in museums and art galleries.

        Yes 5k after accomodation/travel etc.

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          Anything actually important in the world of art is going to be in a gallery in NYC like the guggenheim, the met, or places like Boston or SF. The only 'art' youre going to see in a gallery in toronto will be crayon drawings of buttsex or ultra-postmodernist garbage where they tape a toilet paper roll to a door and it gets used as a placeholder in money laundering schemes

          The only part of hogtown worth seeing is the island, which you can probably just fly into and right back out via the island airport. Has a terrific disc golf course and some cool stuff to do/places to eat

          >canada
          >cities
          Cut out a bunch of time from Niagara and Toronto and go to Algonquin Park, Killarney, or Bon Echo. Or even go see some small towns out in Prince Edward County. Or go to Kingston. Ottawa doesn't need more than two nights it is only museums. Bank of Canada museum is interesting and free. From Quebec City, go to Orleans Island.

          Totally agree, foreign tourists always have this weird idea about canada being all wild backwoods country, and camping a few days in algonquin should relieve him of that itch

  3. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >The “things to do in Canada” websites are lame.
    what would you like to do?
    between niagara and toronto there are comfy places to me as a local but i dont think are international travel draws..
    the escarpment has allowed lots of nice outdoor trails

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      I just mean that the generic websites for tourists recommend all the same things, I’m sure there is lots to do you can’t find on those sites.
      Niagara on the lake looks really nice, I think we’ll visit some wineries while we’re there.

      Coming from Australia

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >the escarpment has allowed lots of nice outdoor trails
      Oh yeah? Free entry I trust? Can you list some places one can hike the escarpment?

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Do the entire Bruce trail

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Free entry I trust?
        they have tried to become authoritarians about this lately however i do see it as a response to the Instagram generation and hordes of toronto immigrants looking for something to do to escape their communal housing - to slow the tide and keep up with maintenance

        some entrance gates are free walk in - some cost for parking, some cost for walking in
        however all the ones i am near.. i just enter through a neighborhood entrance and not the official gate
        so sometimes just looking closely at the google maps of the town you are thinking of going to and finding the walking trails you can figure out a trail to try walking but not being from there you wouldn't know if its worth the effort to drive and park at some nonspecific area. look for falls, conservation areas, trails etc

        near my region is
        dundas peak, spencer gorge tews falls, websters falls, christie's conservation area, crooks' hollow - these are all in the same walkable route.
        but sites like this help
        https://www.alltrails.com/canada/ontario/hamilton
        near hamilton there are also tiffany falls, sherman falls, albion falls, smokey hollow falls, chedoke trail
        nearer niagara there is ball's falls
        on the way to toronto there is rattlesnake point, nassagaweya canyon, hilton falls.

        following bruce trail would go up bruce peninsula to Tobermory - it is off your intended route, but if canadian was on a multi week domestic holiday they would consider going that way. there is lion's head.
        wiarton has a kitsch claim to fame for groundhog day.

        now - you could see better outdoors in BC and Quebec if you were an international traveler. but if someone was staying local these things are nice

  4. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Don’t know what country you’re from but there’s nothing remarkable visiting here just go see the nature and parks the cities aren’t anything special.
    >5 nights Toronto
    >4 nights Niagara
    >3 night Ottawa
    Just drop these to save money there’s nothing remarkable about these places.
    >6 nights Montreal
    >5 nights Quebec City
    Montréal has decent nightlife, Québec city you just stay a day but going to Québec is like going Belgium. It’s not super remarkable if you’ve been to Europe.
    >5 nights Banff
    >5 night Vancouver
    Banff is quite nice but five days is excessive, for BC just stay in Vancouver a day or two and instead just visit the gulf islands.
    >5k spending budget
    Lol it’ll cost you more than that

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Just do Québec city & Vancouver island. Literally all you need to see and maybe Banff if you’re dying to see it. Drop the rest to save some cash.

      Can any of you anons give any advice on what to do in Quebec city? Tried to learn french over the pandemic and going over there with family to hopefully test my language skills without spilling my sphagetti. Also, anything to do solo at nighttime, would rather spend the minimum amount of time possible with my family after 8pm.

  5. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Niagara has nothing you can't see in a day. Falls are spectacular but aside from that the town is a gigantic tourist trap. Go to Niagara-on-the-Lake if you insist on spending more than a day out there. Don't swim in the whirlpool.

    Vancouver/BC has a ton of nature to explore if you're into that. Suggest Vancouver Island and/or the Gulf Islands to check out. Also do the Sea-to-Sky highway, simply a spectacular drive. Really there is gorgeous nature in any direction.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >canada
      >cities
      Cut out a bunch of time from Niagara and Toronto and go to Algonquin Park, Killarney, or Bon Echo. Or even go see some small towns out in Prince Edward County. Or go to Kingston. Ottawa doesn't need more than two nights it is only museums. Bank of Canada museum is interesting and free. From Quebec City, go to Orleans Island.

      Vancouver island looks great thank you.
      I will definitely check out orleans island in Quebec City.

  6. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >canada
    >cities
    Cut out a bunch of time from Niagara and Toronto and go to Algonquin Park, Killarney, or Bon Echo. Or even go see some small towns out in Prince Edward County. Or go to Kingston. Ottawa doesn't need more than two nights it is only museums. Bank of Canada museum is interesting and free. From Quebec City, go to Orleans Island.

  7. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Just do Québec city & Vancouver island. Literally all you need to see and maybe Banff if you’re dying to see it. Drop the rest to save some cash.

  8. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >What is there to do in Canada ?
    Turn around and get the next flight out.

  9. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Canada is the most boring overpriced shithole ever. Even travelling domestically I regretted it and I don't know why some foreign tourist would ever come to this soulless country

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Even travelling domestically
      This, my family is from an irrelevant region so flying there costs a fortune. It’s literally cheaper to fly to a completely different continent on the other side of the world to fly to where they live. It’s shit, we’re extremely scammed as a people.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      It is so true. A round trip flight from Toronto to Dublin cost less for me than a one way flight to Vancouver.

  10. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    way too long in the east. Skip Ottawa, only one day in Niagara, skip Montreal. Replace some of the time you were gonna spend in those places with checking out the maritimes.

  11. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    I would recommend to split Banff into Banff & Jasper. Depending on when you are going to Banff the Calgary Stampede may be going on which would be worth a day trip into the city.

    Niagara Falls is interesting if you're in the area but not 4 days of interesting.

  12. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's the brown man's paradise.

  13. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    You can trade all that time you're wasting in the boring cities for seeing the Canadian Rockies, which are legit one of the nicest scenic areas in the world

    The North is very empty if you like that kind of thing. Maritimes are also kino

    How are you getting around? Canada is about as big as Australia, I hope you're not going to spend about half your time driving around

  14. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    I hope you are bringing proof of hotel stays and a healthy budget otherwise immigration will tell you to frick off and ruin your trip

  15. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >5 nights in toronto
    >4 nights in niagara
    take 3 nights off of these and head to a beach town.
    Loads of them in south-western ontario.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Imagine the dissapointment sending an aussie to a fricking ontario beach. Mans probably been to the gold coast where the water occasionally gets above 5 degrees and you arent constantly slipping in the slime underfoot

      At least reccomend something he might not have back home like canadas wonderland or amish farm country

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        frick you beers on the patio at Grand Bend in the summer is litty no matter where you're from

  16. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Only do Quebec and Montreal. If you've seen the US, then you have no need to visit this hellscape globohomosexual shithole known as English Canada.

  17. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    you're not even going to go to the gulf islands?
    Is that 5k spending budget after accomodation has been paid for?

  18. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Go to Quebec, maybe Montreal, Banff and Vancouver only.

  19. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Coomer response here. Passionate and protected topping of Disgruntled Black person Shemales to chill them out. (DNS) Other than that the typical sightseeing around Toronto is worth it if its your first time.

  20. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >What is there to do in Canada ?

    Eat feces encrusted pizza made by poojeets.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >makes $8300 a month
      >rents
      moron
      >$1400 a month on food
      why do I even bother

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Serious question. how does he eat $46/day in food? A giant fricking steak from the grocery is less than $10. Is he eating 5 giant T-bone steaks every day?

        Let's say this dude eats like a fricking monster,

        1 Gallon Milk $5
        1 box cereal $5
        1 dozen eggs $4
        1 16 oz T-bone steak $10
        2 ears corn $4
        1 Bottle Coke $3
        1 french bread loaf $3
        1 pound lunchmeat $4
        1 pound cheese $5

        If he ate all this in one day, it would still only cost $43. What the frick is this dude eating?

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Serious question. how does he eat $46/day in food?
          3 meals a day of take out

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          ready to eat food

          • 11 months ago
            Anonymous

            Is there a part of Canada that doesn't have any hockey teams?

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              there are areas without any pro teams
              there are amateur teams at all populated areas

  21. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Any provinces or territories that don't have a Tim Hortons? Can I explore Oak Island and are they still digging?

  22. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    So Canadians how does it feel that no Canadian team is bringing home The Cup?

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Good. Canada sucks. I hope poojeets become 90% majority one day.

  23. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >traveling to fricking canada
    Why
    Literally not an inch of this hellhole is better than its American counterpart
    >muh shithole cities
    At least in Chiraq or wherever you might see the remains of a decent city. Our equivalents are just lame brutalist shitholes with the same druggies and gangbangers as American cities

    You could spend that 5000 on some kind of high risk speculator market instead and maybe actually get some value

  24. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Nothing good comes from visiting Canada. Because it's an authoritarian shithole.

    When you land at the airport, you will be confronted by a poojeet border agent. He will also you questions like "why are you visiting?", "what's your business?", "do you have an booking for a hotel?".

    If he FEELS suspicious of you, he will take you to the back room. He will ask you to open your cell phone, so he can read through all your text messages, social media and look at your photo gallery.

    If you REFUSE, he will clone your cell phone SD card and laptop hard drive for "further investigation". Its in his power to KEEP your laptop for investigation.

    If he senses any discrepancy in your story, he can simply send you back out of the country.

    I am not exaggeration. Watch this video:

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      >hour long video
      at least give a timestamp or summary wtf

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        The first 5 minute of the video.

  25. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Hey anon, do you know *why* there's rarely any threads on visiting Canada?

    Because it's a shithole full of mentally ill white people and the poojeet underclass

    Why do you want to visit Canada? So you can walk and slip on poojeet feces? So you can eat the their gross bland national dish (cold french fries and cheese)?

    DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT come to Canada. It's a shithole and many Canadians are actively trying to migrate away from the country.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Even the poojeets are leaving Canada. THAT'S how bad things are.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Hmm that's just your opinion. You guys honestly have the best DTF trannies outside of Thailand.
      >t.chaser and mongerer

  26. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    DO NOT come to Canada-- you have a high chance of being turned away at the airport.

    Canadian border agents make it known that tourists are NOT welcomed.

    They will interrogate you. They will ask many questions like:

    "What is your reason for visiting Canada?"

    "Do you know anyone here? Can we have their phone numbers to call and verify to check?"

    "Do you mind unlocking your phone so we can vertify your story?"

    I am not pulling your leg. Go watch this video:

    There are many friendly and beautiful countries around the world that is worth your tourist money. Canada is NOT one of them.

  27. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    >5 nights in Toronto
    Bro... why? Skip toronto
    >4 nights in Niagara
    WTF Dude Niagara falls is a one day attraction then you wake up the next morning and keep moving
    >3 nights in Ottawa
    See above
    >6 nights in Montreal
    A bit of overkill I think 3-4 nights is better
    >5 nights in Quebec City
    this should be 3-4 also there are some day trips you can do like ile de orleans but
    >5 nights for Banff
    Nice
    >5 nights for vancouver
    Not so much to do in Vancouver itself I'd rather do 5 nights on vancouver island or exploring BC or even Jasper NP

    I'd take all those days out east and cut out Toronto and Ottawa and do one day in Niagara for the falls. I'd spend less time in Montreal and Quebec City. You could do shit in the Maritimes but if you don't want to then go out west and use all that time for exploring the outdoors. There is so much to see in Alberta and BC if you have a car and want to camp/hike.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      just cut everything!

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      You definitely DON"T want to skip toronto, but maybe lower 5 nights to 3 nights.
      I agree with him on Niagara though, would lower that to 2 nights

      If you're black you can do the women, easily

      kek

      https://i.imgur.com/ccfeUCh.png

      What is there to do in Canada ? About to leave in a 5 week Canada trip. 5k spending budget.

      5 nights Toronto
      4 nights Niagara
      3 night Ottawa
      6 nights Montreal
      5 nights Quebec City
      5 nights Banff
      5 night Vancouver

      The “things to do in Canada” websites are lame.

      polar bear watching in churchill manitoba is kind of a cute touristy thing to do, it is kind of out of your way though. i think some people also do whale watching off the coast of newfoundland

  28. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Try the local cuisine.

  29. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    >going to a conference in ottawa next week
    >will be there for 4 full days
    anons help me out, even if its just a museum or a good bar i'd appreciate it

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >even if its just a museum
      plenty of museums
      too bad they are all about injun bullshit now

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      The Bank of Canada museum is free, interactive, and pretty cool. I was there a few months ago and didnt notice any LGBTQI2S+ or Indigenous crap shoved in my face like at some of the other museums.

      [...]
      Can any of you anons give any advice on what to do in Quebec city? Tried to learn french over the pandemic and going over there with family to hopefully test my language skills without spilling my sphagetti. Also, anything to do solo at nighttime, would rather spend the minimum amount of time possible with my family after 8pm.

      Go to the Citadelle and take the tour at 11am. They shoot the cannon off at noon. Go to Ile D'Orleans and go to the fromagerie. Maybe get some cider, try some chocolate or ice cream in the idyllic little French villages.
      >after 8pm
      Good luck, go to Montreal instead if you want nightlife.

  30. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm currently in college studying human evolution. Specifically places where humans are so stupid and angry that they are actively de-evolving the human race. I'm looking for forward to my trip to Ontario canada

  31. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    >go to canada
    >all the border agents are poojeets

    why?

  32. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Arriving at Toronto airport, I thought I had landed in India. The security guard was a poojeeta who greeted me. The immigration officer was a poojeet. The taxi driver who solicited a ride was a... poojeet. I went to Tim Hortons, a coffee store, and the cashier was a poojeeta. Her brown feces-coated hands made my coffee and brought my donuts. I wonder if the poo I had stepped on came from a poojeet's anus. This country is a sea of brown people. If you want the Indian experience without visiting Mumbai, just take the TTC to downtown Toronto.

    The poojeets are everywhere. White people hide their kids from them.

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