Check out this brief Canada travel guide and my blog posts at the bottom.
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Canada travel basics
What currency is used in Canada?
Canada uses Canadian dollars as its currency (Check out xe.com for the most up-to-date currency conversion–they have a mobile app too!)
What are Canada’s visa/passport requirements?
If you’re planning to spend less than 180 days in Canada, you can get by using just your U.S. passport–no Visa required. (Except for all that maple syrup you’re planning on buying, ba-dum-tshh!) Your passport must be valid at the time of your entry into Canada.
And yes, you need a passport to visit Canada from the United States. Yes, even if you’re driving.
What language do they speak in Canada?
Most of Canada speak English as their main language, except for the province of Québec which is strictly a French-speaking region.
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My blog posts on Canada
Below you’ll find my posts that focus on the awesome country of Canada — all the way from cool hotels, delicious restaurants, outdoor adventures, and more.