Traveling In Canada

Canada is one of the best places to travel; this country is one of the major tourists’ destinations. Some places in Canada provide provocative village exploration, while tradition, culture, and history present an attractive atmosphere. Some of the best holiday spots in Canada include Vancouver, Montreal, Toronto, and Calgary. For traveling in Canada one should have passport and visa. In simple words, international visitors to Canada, must have or carry a valid passport and, if required, a visa. For the citizens of countries such as United Kingdom, France, Germany, Mexico, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Australia does not require a visa to enter or visit Canada.

If you plan to visit or travel in Canada and like to explore the beauty of Canada then you require knowing some important things about traveling into Canada like what items you can bring into Canada or what you cannot. Gifts that cost $60 CDN or less are allowed to bring in Canada without any taxes. If you bring in or have gifts that cost more than $60 CDN, they will be subject to duty on the excess amount. However, alcoholic beverages, products of tobacco as well as advertising materials do not qualify as gifts.

As mentioned above, while traveling in Canada one can bring in certain or limited amounts of alcohol if they meet certain age limit as well as requirements of the province/ territory. But these items must accompany them on their arrival. For Alberta, Manitoba and Québec, minimum age for the importation of alcoholic beverages is 18 years. But for places in Canada like Northwest Territories, British Columbia, Yukon, Saskatchewan, Nunavut, Ontario, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Labrador and Newfoundland, Nova Scotia & Prince Edward Island the minimum age limit for buying and bringing in of alcoholic beverages is 19 years. If you are planning of traveling around Canada with your pets, you are allowed to carry or bring in your pets along with you.

For US visitors, bringing in firearms into Canada are strictly prohibited. Canada travel tourism system restricts visitors with arms and ammunitions. One can bring in non-restricted firearm such as a hunting rifle or shotgun if it is being used for in-season hunting, competition purposes, in-transit movement or as protection against wildlife in remote areas of Canada. Visitors cannot, under any circumstances, bring in prohibited firearms such as handguns and weapons, including mace and pepper spray. You can perfectly enjoy traveling in Canada if you get familiar with some rules and regulations of Canada.

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