North America Travel Guides & Information
Shaped by the sea, Nova Scotia offers a true maritime experience, from beautiful seacoast landscapes, outstanding seafood, amazing outdoor adventures, captivating culture and friendly hospitality.
Mexico City is a truly eclectic mix of life, with unique art, culture, cuisine, history and natural beauty all on offer. With so much to see and experience, you won't want to miss out.
Ontario's proud capital, and one of Canada's iconic metropolises, is alive with character, spirit and sights. Take in the CN Tower, plethora of restaurants and...more »
Spanning ten municipalities of southern Ontario the Niagara region is alive with sights from historic mills and nature trails to a buzzing arts scene, farmer's markets and iconic Niagara Falls.
North America: a vast expanse of land rich in diverse landscapes, people, cultures and languages. Where to begin? From the Gulf of Mexico to the Canadian Artic, from the Rocky Mountains to Alaska, from the Great Lakes to the Arctic Ocean, from the Appalachian Mountains to the Florida peninsula, this corner of the world is brimming with things to see and do.
From buzzing cities where you can hear the latest live music or sample the newest delicacy in town, to wide open plains and prairies, North America is a melting pot of variety. Stroll the streets of New York City amid skyscrapers, grand department stores and exclusive cocktail bars, head to Mexico City in search of quirky boutiques and galleries, or take in the sounds of Ottawa’s Jazz Festival. Try your luck in the kitsch glitz of Las Vegas, hit the beach in Cancún or catch a cable car in San Francisco.
Take a road trip along world famous Route 66, catch sight of a grizzly bear in British Columbia or discover an Aztec world in Calixtlahuaca. Get a feel for the Pacific in Hawaii or bask in the glory of the Grand Canyon as it stretches out before you.
Did you know
- The largest country in North America is Canada.
- The longest river is the Mississippi River in the United States.
- North America makes up just less than 5% of the world’s total surface area.
- The lowest point in North America is Death Valley in California.
- The American beaver is the largest rodent in the continent.
My Destination Countries in North America
"I dislike feeling at home when I am abroad" - George Bernard Shaw