Our Gay Couple Travel Guide Canada: How to Gay Travel Canada the easy, gay-friendly and most adventurous way? We have the answers. During our gay travels worldwide we were able to visit the North American country Canada, that is celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2017. We started our Canadian adventures with the province of Alberta in the Western part of Canada. Flying in from Amsterdam via Toronto to Calgary, we spent a lovely time in the city of skyscrapers, beautiful parks and a growing food and brewery culture. It took a few days to get used to the time difference of 8 hours. But then, it was time to rent a car and explore the Rocky Mountains on a road trip and the province of Alberta.
And don’t forget the Gay Prides in Calgary, Edmonton, and the famous Jasper Pride with a growing popularity not only in Canada but worldwide. But Canada is more starting with the First Nations 12.000 years ago to the 10 provinces, 3 territories, and the capital Ottawa today. Especially the gay-friendly mindset and open-minded lifestyle of the Canadians should be trend-setting for the rest of the world. Montreal in Ontario, Vancouver in British Columbia, Newfoundland & Labrador at the East Coast: Our bucket list for us a Gay Couple Traveling Canada is still filled with great destinations within Canada.
Canada is world famous for it’s down to earth, authentic and colorful Gay Pride Parades all over the country. For sure you can remember the photos taken in the past year of the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau marching with a rainbow flag all the way in front of the gay pride parade in Toronto. Not only are the Canadian very much aware of their mostly European heritage, but they are also one of the friendliest, politest and most helpful people in the world. We made great friends during our time as a Gay Couple Traveling Canada and we are happy to welcome them from time to time in our home city Amsterdam, not only during the Amsterdam Gay Pride Parade on the canals.
Gay Couple Travel Guide Canada: More gay travel Canada articles are following soon! Now, join us on our tour around the world and get inspired by reading our gay travel stories of Canada in North America and seeing the world through a gay couple of men’s eyes. If you have any questions for your plans traveling to Canada, follow us and send us an email or drop us a line on Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, and Instagram. See you around the world and the next time in Canada!
Karl & Daan.
Zip Lining Snowmobiling TAG Whistler Gay-friendly - We went on our pure adrenalin adventure Zip-Lining and Snowmobiling together with the two tour guides Marty and Thomas on Rainbow Mountain. After a hot chocolate break, we jumped on a ski-doo to experience a twilight snowmobiling tour...Read more
Our Top 10 of the best and gay-friendly restaurants Vancouver – The West-Canadian Metropole is known for its multi-cultural lifestyle and, of course, for its culinary scene. Fresh seafood, traditional Canadian dishes and the fine art of the modern cuisine, Vancouver has it all, not to forget the bRead more
Review of The Douglas Vancouver Hotel gay-friendly – An Autograph Collection Hotel by Marriott in Canada. Looking for a brand new design hotel in Downtown Vancouver, British Columbia with style, we can recommend the 5-star Hotel by Mariott that opened its doors in October 2017. Luxurious and styliRead more
Pure Winter Fun when participating the Top 13 Best Gay Ski Weeks worldwide, thus in Europe, North America, and New Zeeland. It is time for some gay-friendly snow fun in the Alps, Rocky Mountains, Pyrenees, and Norway together with other LGBT Winter Sports fans from all over the world. You may think,Read more
Awesome News: We are thrilled to announce, that we will go to Canada again next winter! This time we as Gay Couple Travel Bloggers will attend the 26th edition of LGBTQ+ Whistler Pride & Ski Festival 2018 in British Columbia, which is considered to be one of the biggest and best Gay Ski Weeks worldwRead more
Review of our Emerald Lake Lodge gay-friendly Winter stay – Traveling the Canadian Rocky Mountains was an awesome experience. Stunning views, incredibly friendly Canadians and unbelievable natural highlights along and off the Trans-Canada Highway. Right before we hit the road from Lake Louise allRead more
The year of Canada's 150th anniversary is the year of our first gay travels to the biggest North American country. Our first trip to Canada brought us to Alberta, the western Canadian province famous for the Canadian Rocky Mountains, incredibly beautiful nature, the world-famous scenic Icefields PRead more
Finding Dinosaurs at Royal Tyrrell Museum Palaeontology Drumheller Alberta Canada – Visiting a Dinosaur museum was not the first thing that came to our mind when thinking of traveling the Canadian Rocky Mountains in Alberta. But it was a great unexpected adventure doing a one-day road trip to theRead more
A Gay Couple’s Photo Tour Parks Public Art Downtown Calgary Alberta Canada – Thinking about Calgary, a public art scene would not be necessarily the first thing that comes to your mind, especially not in Downtown Calgary with all its huge skyscrapers and financial offices. We have been disabusedRead more
The Telus Spark Calgary Star Trek Academy Experience – There is always time for a Star Trek Day, at least for us Trekkies. And so we made sure to visit the Science Museum Telus Spark in Calgary for its Star Trek The Starfleet Academy Experience and day full of fun with Mister Spock, Captain Kirk,Read more
Fairmont Banff Springs Castle Hotel Gay-Friendly in Alberta Canada – Exploring the Canadian Rocky Mountains around Banff and Lake Louise, there is one thing you seriously have to put on your gay travel bucket list: a visit and stay at the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, also known as “Castle in thRead more
Our stay at the Calgary Airport Marriott Terminal Hotel Gay-friendly – After our wonderful road trip through Alberta and the Canadian Rocky Mountains all the way up to Jasper for Jasper Pride Festival, we returned to Calgary the head full of impressions and pictures of stunning nature. Before we sRead more
Our Fat Tire Biking Calgary Nomad Gear Rentals adventure during our Gay Couple City Weekend Calgary, even in winter time! How is that possible? With a new trend “winter sports” called fat tire biking with spikes for the ice parts on the street. The city of Calgary as gay- and bike-friendly metroRead more
The colorful story of our Highlights Jasper Pride Festival Rainbow Parade Marmot Basin 2017 in Alberta, Canada – One of our biggest destination dreams came true: Canada! we traveled to the province of Alberta to attend the 8th edition of the unique Jasper Pride Festival 2017 with a very special hiRead more
The historic Fairmont Palliser Hotel Downtown Calgary Canada – With over 100 hundred years of luxurious hospitality tradition in one building right in the center of Calgary in Alberta, the Fairmont Palliser Hotel is an institution to experience the glamor of recent decades of Canadian Railway HoteRead more
The Jasper Ice Pride Maligne Canyon Ice Walk Tour with Sundog Tours. – Spectacular and an experience we would not want to have missed! Hiking the frozen Maligne river through the Maligne Canyon in Jasper National Park Alberta Canada was without any doubts one of our gay travel highlights during ouRead more
The Coco’s Café Jasper Best gay-friendly Food Place – We know it, you know it, finding the best breakfast place in town, especially when you are vegan or vegetarian is not always the easiest task to start your day with. Especially, when you are about to start a day full of nature explorations aRead more
Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge Alberta Canada gay-friendly – Over hundred years of accommodation history located right at Lake Beauvert at Jasper National Park seems to be perfect as our "home" during Jasper Pride Festival 2017. The Jasper Park Lodge, an over 2,3 square kilometer huge mountain resortRead more