<p>Canada Visa Holder's Travel Tips </p>

<p>Other places, late in autumn or early in spring, are free. The gate is open and there is not a soul around. Still others block the road and you just can't enter the campgrounds although the park itself can82 Facts for the Visitor - Accommodation still be visited. So, out of the main summer season, you have to investigate but using the parks after official closing can save the hardy a fair bit of money. There are also campgrounds every 150km or so along the Trans Canada Hwy. Many people travel around the country camping and never pay a dime. For those with cars or vans, using roadside rest areas and picnic spots is recommended. If there are signs indicating no overnight camping, don't do something like set up a tent. If you're asleep in the car and a cop happens to wake you, just say you were driving, got tired, pulled over for a quick rest and fell asleep. For less chance of interruption, little side roads and logging roads off the. Highway is quiet and private. Hostels There are some excellent travellers’ hostels in Canada much like those found in countries around the world. The term hostel in Canada, however, has some unfortunate connotations for travellers as well as those running them and working in them.

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The term has long been and continues to be used in reference to both government and private shelters for the underprivileged, sick and abused. There are, for example, hostels for battered women who have been victimized by their partners and hostels for recovering drug addicts. So, if you get a sideways glance when you smilingly say you are on the way to spend the night at the hostel, you'll know why. Indicating travellers’ hostel or international hostel should help. There are two hostelling groups operating in Canada geared to low-budget visitors. They represent the cheapest places to stay in the country and are where you'll probably meet the most travellers. Visitors to Quebec are sometimes surprised to find the mixed-sex dorms common in Europe but not often seen elsewhere in Canada. Hostelling International The oldest, best known and most established hostelling association is Hostelling International (HI) Canada.

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This national organization is a member of the internationally known hostelling association. The hostels are no longer called youth hostels, although they are sometimes still referred to in this way, but rather are known simply as hostels. Through the text of this book these hostels are referred to as HI Hostel. Their symbol is an evergreen tree and stylized house within a blue triangle. HI Canada has about 70 hostels with members in all parts of the country. Nightly costs range from $10 to $23 with most around $16. At many, nonmembers can stay for an additional $2 to $5. A membership can quickly pay for itself and has now been built into the system so that after a few stays you automatically become a member. In July and August space may be a problem at some Canadian hostels, particularly in the large cities and in some of the resort areas such as Banff, so calling ahead to make a reservation is a good idea.
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