So you’re planning for your ultimate winter vacation, but your trip is fast-approaching and you still don’t know what to pack for Banff in January. With the first month of the year being the coldest at an average of -15°C (sometimes colder), it can definitely be a little intimidating not knowing what to expect. And I know, I know… By the time I publish this post, it is no longer January. HOWEVER, I did just come back from my January trip there. Rest assured I have all the secret weapons and complete Banff packing list to help you stay warm whether you are visiting in January or during the other winter months. View Post
It’s the most wonderful time of the year… Not! Because it’s the holidays and you’re stuck home not knowing what to do in Vancouver this weekend. Well, it’s time to get off the couch off your Christmas movie marathon because whether you’re a local like myself or you’re looking to visit Vancouver this December, here are 6 super fun Vancouver Christmas events that will get your holiday cheer on!
“When’s the best time to see Northern Lights in Iceland?”
“When’s the best month to see Northern Lights in Iceland?”
“Can you see Northern Lights in Iceland in September?”
“Can you see Northern Lights in Iceland in April?”
“When exactly is the Northern Lights Iceland season?”
“How do I plan for a Northern Lights holiday to Iceland?”
These are all questions we’re just dying to know when planning for a Northern Lights trip to Iceland– or, well, any trip to Iceland really.
In today’s post, I’m going to be answering this million dollar question “when” and help you determine the best time for visiting Iceland. As a bonus, I’m even sharing with you Iceland’s most powerful forecast tool used to identify the best optimal time for witnessing its famous magical dance of colors. Keep on reading!
Whether you’re planning a last-minute trip to Iceland in September or you’re excited and already researching for next year, here are 10 things you should know before you embark on your Iceland adventure. View Post
Located a short two-hour drive away from Vancouver, Whistler is perhaps one of the most popular weekend getaway destinations during both winter and summer months. With summer ending soon, grab a hold of its tail and check out these 15 Whistler summer activities for your next weekend adventure! View Post
Please note that I was invited as a guest to Vallea Lumina, Scandinave Spa Whistler, and Wildflower Restaurant at Fairmont Whistler. Opinions expressed are my own.