Virtual Canada Week starts next week

Virtual Canada Week starts next week

Evening Mood in Quebec City: The city in the province of the same name introduces itself on the final day of the webinar series.

Canadian destination agencies host a range of webinars for travel professionals. During Canada Week, which will take place from November 9 to November 11 via Zoom, a virtual tour will take you to Ahhornland. A total of eight travel zones are included.

If statements from North America organizers are to be believed, 2022 will be a very strong year for Canada. From September 7, 2021, tourist trips to the Ahornland for vaccinated people have become possible again – since then, inquiries and bookings have been booming. No wonder, because after two “failed” years of travel there is not only something to do, but Canada offers security-conscious guests a lot of distance and space with the opportunity for “natural social distancing.”

The organizers report in unison that the first passengers have returned satisfied. To customize the advice, eight different travel zones have now been submitted online.

Alberta, Quebec, Saskatoon and Atlantic Provinces

Three free and approximately one-hour Zoom webinars are offered twice a day at 11am and 6pm. get started Tuesday (Nov 9) Banff and Lake Louise, along with New Brunswick and the two Atlantic provinces of Newfoundland and Labrador, is one of the favorites of German vacationers in the Canadian Rockies.

on the following day Wednesday (November 10), it crosses the Atlantic coast twice again, namely Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia. Saskatoon in the Prairie Province of Saskatchewan provides a contrast.

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To finish, proceed Thursday (11 November) The Rocky Mountain Province of Alberta and the early Francophone Quebec. All webinars contain news, background information and insider tips that will help you sell and give advice on your trip to Canada.

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