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Here Are The US Destinations That Canadians In 6 Cities Are Most Eager To Travel To​

Torontonians are eyeing trips to Las Vegas and NYC. ✈️

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If you're looking to add to your post-pandemic vacation bucket list, new data has revealed what the top travel destinations in the U.S. are for people in six major Canadian cities.

KAYAK, a travel search engine, recently released details about popular travel spots this fall based on what people are searching for, and the results seriously vary depending on where Canadians are travelling from.

It looks like Torontonians aren't that eager to ditch cities for sandy beaches because Las Vegas and New York are the most searched vacation locations from the 6ix.

People in Vancouver are looking to head even further west as Maui and Honolulu are two of their most-searched vacation spots. For people in both Winnipeg and Halifax, the most sought-after U.S. city is Las Vegas.

The top U.S. destinations right now for people in Calgary are Nashville, Phoenix and New Orleans, and Montrealers are largely searching for beachy getaways in Honolulu, Fort Lauderdale and Orlando.

In total, the most-searched destinations across Canada for this fall are Maui, Honolulu, Las Vegas, New York, L.A. and Orlando. Searches for these spots soared over 300% after the easing of some border restrictions was announced.

For anyone looking to jet off somewhere else, there are a bunch of countries where Canadians can travel to right now without having to quarantine upon arrival.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.

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