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Travel Tips

Travel Do’s and Dont's

Canada is a land of diversity, well known for its outstanding natural beautiful landscape. The vast mountains and lands with multicultural population is what makes Canada a land of strong and free. Here are some travel tips for your next trip to Canada.

 

Dont's

  • Do not to drink out in the open. Drinking liquor open is disallowed by law in all of Canada.
  • Do not purchase something from anyone who offers you a great deal on the street, particularly on the off chance that you need to tail them all over the place.

  • Do not get into a taxi without taking note of the taxicab number and the name of the driver.

  • Do not bring packages, presents or baggage for other individuals across borders or through customs under any conditions.

 

Do's

  • Do bring an electric converter for your electrical apparatuses in the event that they work preferably on an alternate voltage than 110 volt electrical systems at 60 hertz as in Canada.
  • Do regard wildlife laws and to keep up a protected and lawful distance while watching wildlife.

  • Do remember that temperatures of Canada range from 40°C in summer to -40°C in the winter, so dress accordingly!

  • Do tipping. Like the USA, in Canada it is standard to tip 10% to 20% for services, for example, restaurants, bars and pubs, taxis, and salons. Continuously check whether a service charge was included into a restaurant bill, particularly if paying with credit card.