Accommodation in Canada can range from budget-friendly options like dorm rooms at hostels and camping grounds to luxurious hotels and resorts, with prices varying wildly depending on location, amenities, and demand. Travelers on a budget can find affordable lodging at municipal or private campgrounds, national and provincial park campsites, and budget hotels or motels, with prices starting as low as $25 per night. Meanwhile, those who prefer more upscale accommodations can opt for full-service hotels, boutique lodges, or charming bed and breakfasts, which offer more amenities and personalized service. Luxury resorts, many of which boast stunning natural views, world-class dining experiences, and top-notch spa facilities, are also available for those who seek a luxurious stay. From rustic cabins deep in the woods to sleek urban apartments in vibrant downtown areas, Canada offers many accommodations to suit every traveler’s taste and budget.
This map shows cities, towns, rivers, lakes, the Trans-Canada highway, major highways, secondary roads, winter roads, CANAM highway, northern woods, and water routes, the Saskota travel route, veterans memorial highway, red coat trail, Louis riel trail, chief whitecap trail, national parks, provincial parks, historic sites, ecological reserves, Indian reservations, regional parks, campgrounds, airports, ferries, tourism visitor reception centers and rest areas in Saskatchewan.
This map shows cities, towns, rivers, lakes, the Trans-Canada highway, major highways, secondary roads, winter roads, railways, and national parks in British Columbia.
This map shows cities, towns, rivers, lakes, national parks, major roads, minor roads, railways, and the Trans-Canada highway in Northern Ontario.