A land of contrasts
Stretching from the US border almost to the North Pole and from the Atlantic in the east to the Pacific in the west making it the world’s second-largest country by total area and the fourth-largest country by land area. Canada is a vast wilderness punctuated by city states, small country towns and thriving metropolises. The eastern cities are very strongly French and while you can get by with English, some eastern Canadians will only speak French.
One of the best ways to see Canada is by train, Rail Canada can take you to from coast to coast and is acknowledged as one of the highlights of Canada. One of the
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North America is a very big place and for the purposes of this directory, includes US Alaska, Canada, the USA and Mexico. Countries between south of Mexico and the Caribbean islands are included in the South American section.
What is your interest? Where do you want to go or what do you want to see?
Mexico has a Spanish flavour, delicious foods and everything to see from bull fights to whale watching and fiesta’s. Mexico also has some of North America’s hottest nightlife in the bars of Acapulco, Cancun and other resorts, but is most famous for it’s pyramids and Mayan history.
The USA and Canada share the Rocky Mountains, vast prairies and great cities.