You will need your passport to travel to Canada. Make sure it is up-to-date and valid for the duration of your trip.
2. Boarding pass
Print out a copy of your boarding pass and bring it with you to the airport.
3. Canadian currency
You will need to have Canadian currency on hand when you arrive in Canada. The currency is different from that of the United States, so make sure to exchange your money before you go.
4. Driver’s license
You will need your driver’s license to drive in Canada.
5. Vehicle registration and proof of insurance
5. Vehicle registration and proof of insurance - You will need to bring your vehicle registration and proof of insurance with you when driving in Canada.
6. International driver’s license (if applicable)
If your driver’s license is not in English, you will need to bring an international driver’s license with you to Canada.
7. Traveler’s checks
Traveler’s checks are a good way to carry money when traveling, as they are safer than carrying cash.
8. Address book and contact information for relatives or friends in Canada
Make sure to bring an address book or electronic device with contact information for relatives or friends in Canada. This will come in handy if you need to get in touch with someone while you are there.
9. Maps of the area you will be visiting
It can be helpful to have maps of the area you are visiting when traveling, especially if it is your first time in that area.
10. Vaccination records (if necessary)
If you are traveling from a country other than the United States, you may be required to show vaccination records for certain diseases before being allowed into Canada.