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We all know that one person who's constantly on the go and loves spending time outdoors. With the holidays coming up, you might be wondering what the heck to get them.

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Narcity may receive a small commission if you purchase something we recommend in this article, which was created by the Commerce team. Items are in stock and prices are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.

After staying at home for a year and a half, I wanted my first vacation to be extraordinary. Rather than heading to a tropical resort or charming European city, I explored a part of Canada I've never seen before: Vancouver Island.

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Hitting the open road with a few friends, some good music and adventure on the horizon is one of life's joys. There's nothing like a good road trip to enjoy the summer months, as long as you have a set of wheels, that is.

If you love the unmatched freedom of road-tripping but don't have a car at your disposal, there's a way to get on your way and organize your accommodation all in one booking — rent a camper!

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If you consider yourself a true Ontarian, then you've probably been to more than a few places across the province in search of stunning views that showcase the best fall colours in Ontario. But have you been to them all?

These 14 spots will help you round out your fall bucket list, so you can enjoy all the red, orange and yellow vistas during the peak of pumpkin spice latte season. From out-of-this-world rock formations to seemingly endless walkways leading deep into enchanting forests, there are plenty of places to check out during the fall that will fuel your Instagram and your wanderlust.

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For Calgarians who are itching for a bit of a city escape, there's no time like summer. Alberta is an absolutely beautiful province with dramatic mountains, rolling ranchlands and large lakes. You might have some favourite gems you'd love to get back to, but there are also tons of amazing spots to visit that may not be on your radar. Why not hit the road and explore something new?

If you don't own a car (or you're looking for a fresh spin on your travels this season), there's an easy way to get both your accommodation and transportation organized in a single booking: rent a campervan!

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