canada

Travelling Alone

              

Canada has a reputation for being a very safe country, regardless of whether you are staying in a major city or more secluded areas. Its liberal values make it a safe haven for all to travel freely.

 

In major cities, take precautions as you would in anywhere else since petty crime can still occur. Always be vigilant and keep a close eye on your belongs. Don’t walk down poorly lit streets and always trust your intuition in any circumstance. And never carry large quantities of cash. 

 

If you rent a car, make sure not to leave any valuables in the car, as car break-ins can be common in cities.

 

You may encounter a language barrier if you don’t speak French in certain parts of the country. It will definitely help to know a few phrases.

Added by MelaninTravel
Last updated on the 4 August 2017

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