150 Travelzoo Tips: Week Two

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Tip 8: “A Tour Guide’s Guide to Quebec City,” a guest blog by Kiera Dinsmore. Read it here!

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Tip 9: Experience a prairie sunset in Saskatchewan

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“Beautiful hues of oranges, pinks purples against a crystal-clear blue backdrop make for a stunning sight.” — Travelzoo member Glenys

Tip 10: Get up close and personal with predatory birds in Coaldale, Alberta

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“Alberta Birds of Prey Centre takes in predatory birds that have been injured and restores them back to health; many are reintroduced to the wild once healed. Visitors see these magnificent birds up close and learn about them. Most are not in cages but are tethered in the open. In some cases, with special permission, employees will allow you to hold a bird, such as a falcon, hawk or owl. There are daily flight demonstrations with various birds, including eagles. One of our favorite activities is to walk to the pond where a gaggle of geese are waiting for you to feed them. Kids of all ages laugh and enjoy the experience!”     — Travelzoo member Angela

Tip 11: All the sand dunes, none of the sharks at Ontario’s Sandbanks Provincial Park

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“Sandbanks Provincial Park is one of the many great travel sites in Prince Edward County, Ontario. You’ll find great beaches with hiking trails and camping grounds — and wineries, resorts and entertainment are a short drive away. It’s like being at a freshwater ocean park with no sharks :-)!” — Travelzoo member Greg

Tip 12: Experience the surf scene in Tofino, B.C.

“Surfers, locals and hippies are all just the most awesome. Be sure to walk the Wickaninnish Beach and enjoy a cinnamon bun at the Common Loaf Bake Shop.” — expat Jo

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 Tip 13: “Romantic Canadian Destinations,” a guest blog by One Modern Couple. Read it here!

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Tip 14: See Quebec’s native species at the Zoo Economuseum in Montreal

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“It’s home to many different animals of this region — small and large, from fish to birds. It’s inexpensive and the site is also a great walking park with places for an enjoyable family picnic.”

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