Getting to Canada


Canada Travel

Canada is the second-largest country in the world, behind Russia. Its natural beauty stretches from Toronto in the south to the Nunavut province in the north, and from Newfoundland in the east to Vancouver in the west. You can hear people speaking French in Quebec, English in Ontario and Inuktitut in Nunavut. Canada is a huge, diverse place with breathtaking beauty, and this guide can help you navigate it.

What to do in Canada

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Canada Travel Requirements

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Getting to Canada

The United States and Canada share the world’s longest undefended border, stretching 3,145 miles. This makes it easy for residents of the northern United States to cross over and explore but from elsewhere, a flight may be required. Visit the sites in this section to get the scoop on making your way to Canada.

Dulcinea's Insight

  • When you cross the border from the United States, be prepared to answer any questions that border security may ask about where you’re going and why. Due to tightened border security following the Sept. 11 attacks, crossing the border may require more time (and patience) than it did pre-9/11.

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Canada Hotels

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Getting Around in Canada

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