According to me, traveling and learning about different cultures brings people together and makes us grow as a person. I have always felt a strong sense of belonging to my Québec / Canadian origins and pleased to share the different aspects of our colorful culture. Because of its diversity, its bilingualism and its natural wonders around every corner, my mission here is to provide you with the most enriching and authentic experience in Canada!
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"I am an outdoor enthusiast and I love kayaking and canoeing. I like everything that is off the beaten track and It's always a plus when I can bring my dog to activities/accommodations and I do a lot of researches for that because everything is better when your best friend is with you. :)
How did you get involved in travel?
"I got the travel bug after my trip to Senegal and I decided to get into the tourism industry. "
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"My trip to Scotland where I worked as a receptionist is a hostel. The people I met there from around the world and the landscape of the Highlands will remain etched in my memory! "
Featured trips & expertise
In just 9 days, you'll drive the vast distance between Calgary and Vancouver, taking in the main highlights along the way. This specific route will have you spend two days in the Canadian Rockies before heading into the heart of the Kootenay Rockies to explore its small, historical towns. From there, finish your trip with a couple of days of enjoying the great wineries and restaurants of the Okanagan Valley before departing from Vancouver.
British Columbia covers a huge territory, stretching from more than 620 miles (1,000 km) of Pacific shoreline to glacier-topped mountains, the rolling hills of Okanagan wine country, and the temperate urban center of Vancouver. While winter brings cold weather and plenty of snow to the interior, British Columbia’s coast is warmed by Pacific Ocean currents, making it temperate year-round. Planning a trip requires some thought into both what region and season to target for a British Columbia visit—this guide outlines your best options.
Discover scenic Whitehorse, endless mountains, and a winter wonderland on this tour of the frozen north. Spend your days viewing Arctic animals in a wildlife preserve, soaking in hot springs, and exploring the mountainous landscape by dog sled. In the evenings, head just outside of town for clear skies and a stunning view of the northern lights from the comfort of a roaring campfire.
Take a trip to the far north and experience five days of snowy adventures in a winter wonderland. From snowmobiling to dogsledding to a sightseeing flight above the frozen landscape, you'll explore everything the Arctic has to offer. Stop and see wildlife up-close at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve before relaxing with a luxurious soak in the Takhini Hot Springs.
The aurora borealis (northern lights) take center stage on this four-day winter jaunt in northwest Canada. Based in the Yukon's capital of Whitehorse, you'll spend each evening at an idyllic location called the AuroraCentre for relaxed viewing beside a cozy wood stove or roaring campfire. Meanwhile, daylight hours are free for winter sports and hot springs, not to mention shopping and dining in a slow-paced city surrounded by untouched nature.
Recent trip reviews for Maude
Well organized and Taylor rd to our needs
Jun 12 - Jun 22, 2022
All of the trip was well organized and was Taylor’s to exactly want we wanted. Most of the hotels selected were great. All do the activities were spaced out well to give us flexibility to do things once we arrived. This was our first time using Kim Kim and we look forward to using them again! read more