Teagan grew up in Tumbler Ridge, a small northern town in British Columbia, surrounded by pristine wilderness, but has called Vancouver home since the age of seven.
After experiencing the 2010 Winter Olympics, she truly fell in love with Canada and its tourism industry.
After graduation, she left Vancouver for Ontario’s Niagara Region to attend Brock University’s Tourism and Environment Program.
The ocean and mountains were calling her home so she returned to BC and completed her Degree in Tourism Management at Capilano University.
Her passion for travel and exploring the beautiful country has led her to Discover Holidays so she can share that passion with others.
What is your favorite place in Canada?
The West Coast really is the best coast; and a road trip up the Sunshine Coast through quaint towns will not disappoint. My favorite stop is Savary Island, a small island off the coast of Powell River. In the summer the ocean is warm (warmest waters north of Mexico!) and days are filled with both adventure and relaxation on the pristine white sand beaches.
Tell us about a special discovery that you’ve made in Canada.
My recent trip to Montreal, Quebec has lead it to become one of my favorite Canadian destinations. It’s easy to never feel bored with so much to see, do and eat! The city is filled with so much to experience where one moment you feel like you’re strolling down a European street to the next, in a modern City Centre. The Quebec born French-Canadian dish called poutine is an experience all on its own and a must try!
What is your best travel memory in Canada?
One of my best memories is spending the day in the Niagara region. I visited Niagara Falls and boarded the Hornblower to travel towards one of the worlds natural wonders and it’s amazing to feel the mist from the gallons of water falling right in front of you. I then drove to Niagara-on-the-Lake and explored the charming town followed by dinner at sunset on the patio overlooking Ontario Lake, at the Golf Clubhouse Restaurant & Bar.