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The Short Version: An RV vacation is unlike any other because it’s an entirely custom trip — eat when you want, sleep when you want, and accelerate or decelerate your itinerary based on how you’re feeling that day. With a fleet of custom-designed, well-built, and well-maintained RVs, CanaDream can make your Canadian adventure a truly memorable experience. The company also helps with trip planning, so you’re sure to make the most of your excursion. Look no further than the site’s blog to create your own signature outing. With a 98% approval rating from guests, CanaDream is sure to make your romantic getaway dreams come true.
Being present is one of the keys to experiencing happiness in life, even when you’re on vacation. In her article “Being Present in Travel: 6 Reasons Why, 4 Ways How,” Audrey Scott explores this concept.
The first reason is pretty self-explanatory. We go on vacation to get away, not to have more of the same just in a different location. We unplug and remove ourselves from the stressors of everyday life, or at least that’s the idea. When we’re present in our vacation, we’re slowing down, enjoying activities, and making lasting memories.
Another reason to be present on vacation, Audrey said, is to form deeper connections with people and places. When away from the busyness of life, we can slow down and truly bond with others, have meaningful conversations, and listen with our bodies and minds.
To commune with your sweetheart, nature, and yourself, you need to slow your pace and enjoy your surroundings. When visiting Canada, one of the best ways to do that is to plan a unique RV vacation with CanaDream, which offers guests the comforts of home and complete flexibility during their vacation.
With a fleet of 800 RVs, CanaDream helps over 20,000 people a year experience Canada in exceptional comfort. The RVs’ beds will give you a good night’s sleep, and they’re also self-contained, which means you don’t have to hook up to city water or external power. Instead of packing and unpacking suitcases as you move through your Canadian trek — unpack, settle in, and enjoy your trip with fewer hassles and more togetherness in a cozy RV that allows you to control your schedule.
“It’s about the experiences and memories you get through an RV vacation that perhaps you can’t through hotels and cars because it’s about the outdoors and getting up close with nature,” said Shirley Scobie, CanaDream’s Marketing Coordinator. “It’s about experiencing the crackling campfires and the spontaneity of stopping wherever you want to. There’s no worrying about where the next restaurant is because you have a kitchen onboard.”
She added that an RV vacation is particularly ideal for couples, who make up 49% of the company’s clients: “It’s an excellent way for newly connected couples who are exploring their relationship to get out together. Let’s face it — not everyone travels well together. It’s a good way to find out if you’re really compatible when you’re out enjoying an experience like this.”
Shirley told us Canada is a popular travel destination, which is why more than 70% of their customers are from outside the country.
“Canadian people are very laid-back and welcoming. You’ll always find a friendly face,” she said. “It’s one of those places that has a little bit of everything the world has but in one country. The experiences are very diverse.”
However, when you’re new to the Great White North, it can be hard to choose what to see because you have so many options. That’s why CanaDream’s trip planning resources offer more than 20 preplanned itineraries to inspire you and your partner.
For example, if you’re planning on visiting Central Canada, just check out the Central Canada page. There are nine tour recommendations for Central Canada alone, focusing on things like the coast, fall foliage, and canoe routes.
If the weather is right, consider the Eight-Day Quebec Ski Tour. It takes you through Mont Tremblant, Quebec City, and Montmorency Falls, among other places. Each itinerary also gives you tips for timing specific activities.
CanaDream makes sure there’s a little bit of something for everyone.
CanaDream’s blog has a lot of great advice as well if you’re not sure where to start. Here, you’ll find insider knowledge about places to see and other RV-related information to make your trip as stress-free as possible.
Planning to see Canada in the off-season? “Why a Winter Ski Vacation in an RV Makes Sense” provides several insights into the experience in the colder months — including attractions you won’t want to miss and five-star restaurants for when you don’t feel like cooking.
If you’re planning to visit Canada in the summer, check out the article “Vancouver RV Parks Provide an Ideal Mix of City Meets Country.” You’ll learn about must-do activities, such as whale watching, and RV parking availabilities and costs.
The CanaDream team is happy to say that they have a 98% approval rating and receive heartwarming testimonials all the time. Couples celebrating their honeymoons, families getting a bit of quality time, and others who just enjoyed strumming their guitars under the stars fill the Happy Camper section.
The Wilkes Family from England said, “Loved the RV, brilliant instructions from Brenda. Clean, comfortable, and lovely beds. We saw bears, orcas, elk, and mountain goats. We traveled 2,000 kilometers to Vancouver Island. We will be back.”
Graham and Linda-Anne came all the way from Scotland to spend their anniversary on a CanaDream adventure. “Great home for 10 nights around the Rockies. Awesome scenery, bears, elk, goats, eagles. Fab holiday for celebrating 30 years of marriage. Thank you!” they wrote to the team.
When you peruse the testimonials praising CanaDream, the common thread is satisfaction with the staff.
“There’s nothing I like better than helping plan their Canadian RV adventure,” Shirley said. “I’m passionate about Canada, and I’m passionate about travel. It’s really great to have our guests come in on day one and see them full of excitement and to come back and tell us all about what they did and what they saw. You can’t help but get excited with them.”
Shirley added that everyone should try to experience an RV vacation at least once in their lives: “It’s nice just to be able to find an out-of-the-way spot and just pull over and enjoy the solitude. Look at the sky full of stars. It’s really about shared experiences in a way that you just can’t get by any other means of travel.”