Destination Canada is working on community links to begin promoting three unique travel corridor. These driving or travel corridors are perfect for those with longer holiday flexibility. One lies in Western Canada, one in the North, and one in the East.
Sustainable Journey from Prairies to Pacific: Leverages Highway 3 which is a key interprovincial corridor linking the large urban hubs of Southern Alberta and British Columbia’s lower mainland. The Rockies, Kootenays, Cascades, and Coastal mountains lie along the corridor along with opportunities for wine and fruit tasting country, National and Provincial parks, rich wildlife zones, exciting attractions, historic sites, and urban delights. This is a slower, highly scenic trans-Provincial experience.
Northern Indigenous Tourism Lodge Network: Connects First Nations communities and visitors on the concept of an Indigenous Tourism Lodge Network throughout the Yukon, western Northwest Territories and Northern British Columbia. This project responds to the strong demand for authentic Indigenous tourism experiences and products, a cornerstone of remote northern communities. The tourism lodges can be experienced on one lodge basis, or linked together by small, fixed wing aircraft, or depending on location boat, ferry, shuttle, car or in some cases Northern rail.
Atlantic Canada UNESCO Tourism Corridor: Brings together the Canadian Commission for UNESCO, Fundy Biosphere Region, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador and Parks Canada to provide education and access to where humans and the environment connect and thrive. Atlantic Canada hosts 13 UNESCO-designated sites that form a network of unique landscapes, rich cultural history and diverse offerings.