Banff, Alberta (PRWEB) December 4, 2008
New episodes are now available on Vacations Canada TV providing travelers with unique holiday experiences and vacation ideas in Canada. The new episodes include Kids in the Park, where kids hosts highlight what to do in Banff National park; Parks Wildlife, with recommendations from a pro photographer on how to get great photos in the Canadian Rockies; Girls Weekend Getaway, featuring spa, entertainment and nightlife in Calgary; and more.
The innovative VacationsCanada.tv is an online travel television network that features channels that include Fun in the Snow, Distinctive Travel, Quick Escapes, Canadian Rockies and The Great Outdoors. Within each channel viewers will find an array of episodes highlighting Canada Rockies winter and summer getaways, filmed in high definition format and featuring a field reporter delivering street-level experiences. These hosted travel videos provide viewers with a range of Canada vacation ideas including everything from things to do around the Banff Canadian Rockies to the most popular Alberta winter vacation destinations.
In addition to watching Vacations Canada TV travel videos and learning about vacation ideas in Canada, visitors to the site have the opportunity to learn more about Canadian vacation packages, Alberta Getaways, or to forward the video to a friend or colleague. New features will be added soon and travel videos are in preparation for the next summer season in Alberta.
This new online video site was recently recognized with a Travel Alberta Alto Award for providing the true essence of the Alberta travel experiences to visitors.
Visit Vacations Canada TV at http://www.vacationscanada.tv for more information or to plan your next Canadian Rockies vacation.
About Vacations Canada TV™
Vacations Canada TV™ is Canada's first online travel television network. Brewster, Inc. and its partners have joined to offer visitors high-quality travel planning video content. The travel television network is intended to engage travelers and travel agents for whom video provides useful travel research and influences travel decisions.