Welcome to this episode of the Why We Travel Podcast. In this episode, we talk with Ashlyn George, the travel blogger behind The Lost Girl’s Guide to Finding the World, about a Canadian Province, Saskatchewan.

Ashlyn George is the award-winning content creator behind The Lost Girl’s Guide to Finding the World. She is the go-to travel expert in Saskatchewan but no stranger to trips abroad. Having travelled solo through more than 60 countries on all 7 continents, she’s a passionate storyteller always in pursuit of her next adventure.

On the Show Today You’ll Learn:

  • A deep insight into Saskatchewan (Canadian province)
  • What sorts of activities can you have in Saskatchewan
  • How many sand dunes are there in Canada, and how much effort do you need to make to reach there?
  • How do you get around in the province? What is the best way to travel?
  • What kinds of travelers visit Saskatchewan?
  • Camping & Wildlife in Canada
  • How can people get in and out of Saskatchewan?
  • How much of a budget and time do you need to visit Saskatchewan?
  • What’s the biggest mistake people make when traveling the region?
  • And more

Links & Resources

Website: www.thelostgirlsguide.com

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