150 Travelzoo Tips: #31-40
Tip 31: Enjoy Family Saturdays in Toronto
Tip 32: Take an Ice Walk in Jasper National Park
"You will never understand just how beautiful it is being down in the canyon in the winter. Then, go back in the summer and see the water rushing by. Amazing." --Member Mary Anne
Tip 33: Tour Government House in Victoria, B.C.
"It's got beautiful gardens, well-maintained grounds and breathtaking views of the ocean and Olympic mountain range. And it's free!" -- Member Fiona
Tip 34: Take the Labatt Brewery Tour in London, Ont.
"It's a really well-done tour that includes a lot of information, from the role the brewery has played historically all the way through to the packaging plant, which is super-cool to see up close. Did I mention you get to sample five different brews too? All for $12. It's great bang for your buck and a lot of fun!" -- Member Jenny
Tip 35: Wine-Taste Your Way Through B.C.'s Okanagan Valley
In this guest blog, Marc Smith of 30 Day Adventures shares his advice for making the most of the region's famed vineyards and wineries.
Tip 36: Dive into the Grotto at Bruce Peninsula National Park
Who said you had to head south to scuba dive? With numerous shipwrecks to explore, Tobermory, Ont. is sometimes called the scuba diving capital of Canada. The Grotto, a rock cave in Georgian Bay, is "an underwater National Park" and can be enjoyed by snorkellers too. -- member Vickie
Tip 37: Get to know your local seaweed harvester
Celebrity chefs Chuck Hughes and Danny Smiles share insights into the natural bounty of Vancouver Island in the second installment of our feature, We’re Riding Shotgun on ‘Chuck & Danny’s Road Trip’.
Tip 38: Visit B.C.'s Nisga'a Memorial Lava Bed Provincial Park
"It is just a wonderful sight any time of the year. October, I think is one of the nicest times with the changing of the leaves. But any season has its own beauty. There are four villages to explore in the Nisga’a Nation; Gitlax'aamiks (New Ayiansh) the seat of Governmet for the Nation. Gitwinksihlkw (Canyon City) with a suspension bridge to cross over the Nass River. Laxgaits'ap and (Greenville) and Gingolx (Kincolith), the end of the Valley were it meets the sea. There are many things to do and explore, check their website, and plan your trip. It is well worth the visit." - Member Barry
Tip 39: Try a new take on camping in Canada's National Parks
Tip 40: Hop over to Fredericton to see the Coleman Frog
The local legend is preserved for posterity at the Fredericton Region Museum. "It is the kitschiest thing in the province. The world's biggest frog. How can you not look?" -- Member Shantell