When most couples dream of their honeymoon destination it is usually of exotic islands and long white beaches. However as those destinations become more popular the areas become more crowded. Why not be a bit different and go to Canada? It is secluded, dramatic and stunning. This best kept secret provides landscapes from those treasured beaches to dynamic forests and mountains.The culture is from such a diverse background you will be able to experience the world in one place!
There is a variety of weather across Canada. Canada is a huge country, stretching from the Pacific to Atlantic Ocean and covering five time zones, with Canada’s most southern tip lining up with northern California and the northern-most regions reaching the Arctic. Vancouver weather is infamously wet, yet mild year-round. Nearby Whistler, however, gets loads of snow and is a major ski destination through May. Temperatures range from 0-5 degrees celcius in the winter to mid twenties in the summer.
Those getting married from December to March may want to consider one of the fabulous Canadian Ski Resorts for their honeymoon; Whistler, Lake Louise and Banff on the West Coast or Mont Tremblant on the East Coast.
If you are active and love the great outdoors Canada is a fantastic honeymoon option. From June to September the weather is generally warm and sunny during the day, with clear blue skies, and cooler at night, making it great for camping, hiking and all sorts of outdoor activities.
We would advise centering your honeymoon in one of two areas, either the Montreal / Quebec area on the East Coast or the Vancouver and National Parks area of the West Coast.
To see the wonders of Canada at a more sedate pace there are fantastic 6 night cruises departing from Seattle and Vancouver and travelling up the calm West Coast coastal waters to see whales, seals and stunning scenery. Combine your cruise with a city break in Seattle or Vancouver.
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