Welcome to the Americas

Comprising of North, Central and South America – The America’s covers 8% of Earth’s total surface and is known as the New World. It’s made up of 35 countries with the largest populations coming from the United States, Brazil and Mexico.

Taking over almost the entire bottom half of South America is the vibrant and flavourful country of Argentina. In a country where you can experience the supple Atlantic Ocean beaches, the largest ice cap outside of Antarctica and Greenland, one of the world’s most popular (and luxurious) waterfalls, and the highest mountain peak in South America, it’s hard to make a short visit to this country.

The best time to visit Uruguay is from October through March when the sun is shining and the temperatures are perfectly mild. Punta del Este is overflowing with tourists in the summer months and if you want some

Vancouvers has one of Canada’s best dining scenes. This coastal British Columbian city is home to a variety of types of food and styles of cooking, ranging in budget for all to partake. For every high-end restaurant there are dozens of budget alternatives. Here is a list of eight the best cheap eats Vancouver has to offer.

Montréal is a city that defies expectations. A mix of North American culture and European heritage, this holiday hot spot is loved for its good food, open skies and friendly locals. While 24 hours is nowhere near enough exploration time for this island metropolis, here is your complete guide to seeing some of the best of Montréal in one day.

A real-life encounter with whales is an unforgettable experience, and with more than 30 species roaming the waters off the coastline, Canada is prime territory for a sighting. Get up close and personal with these majestic creatures by heading off to some of the best locations in Canada for whale watching. Take a look at this list of areas all over the country for some of the best whale watching tours and the peak season to venture out.

Toronto is often overlooked by visitors planning a with cities like Vancouver and Montreal hogging the limelight. However, Toronto is an up and coming hot spot full of cultural diversity, historical monuments, top notch restaurants, and architectural treasures. Here are eight reasons why you should visit the Ontario capital city as soon as possible.

Witnessing the Northern Lights is an unforgettable travel experience, and Canada is one of the best locations to view this seasonal spectacle. Travellers cross the globe to Canada in hopes of getting a glimpse of this incredible natural wonder. Unfortunately, getting a spectacular show of the Aurora Borealis is not as easy as simply travelling to Canada. There are several factors including weather, timing and location that will maximise your chances of seeing this fantastic light display. That is why Cover-More has compiled the complete guide to get you the ultimate view of the Northern Lights while visiting Canada.

Québec City is a bustling metropolis and the perfect mixture of history, religion, and culture. This is the only region in North America where English is not the most commonly spoken language, and the preservation of the French language and culture is an incredible representation of the traditional and authentic heritage that is present in this eastern Canada province. Exploring Québec City transports visitors to historic Europe - a main reason why this a tourist favourite.

Do not be surprised if during your holiday in Canada, you hear as many 'bonjour's' as you do 'hello's'. While English is the primary language of Canada, French is just as commonly used to communicate.

Poutine, a traditional French Canadian food, is one of the most well-known dishes in Canadian cuisine. This dish is the perfect mix of thick fries and cheese curds topped off with perfectly seasoned gravy that all melts into one delectable dish. Even though it originated in Quebec, poutine has exploded onto the Canadian restaurant scene and can now be devoured all across the country. To help manage the effort, we picked out 11 perfect places for your order of poutine.

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