Book a 6-night stay and receive 1 extra night free during select weeks,
in celebration of the Beach’s Canadian visitors

Virginia Beach is proclaiming its appreciation for its Canadian visitors by featuring another exclusive Canadian promotion. Canadian visitors who book six nights to stay at a participating hotel during the travel dates of August 12-30 and September 3-29 will receive an additional room night free. To book a Virginia Beach vacation, visit

“We’re delighted to offer this value-added program for our Canadian visitors, giving them even more reasons to experience the true beauty of our resort city,” said Kelli Norman, Assistant Director of Marketing & Sales for the Virginia Beach Convention & Visitors Bureau. “We welcome the entire family to come spend lazy days lounging on Virginia Beach’s warm shores, embark on an oceanfront adventure and delight in our myriad of amazing festivals and events.”

Although Virginia Beach beckons to sunbathers and sandcastle-builders, the resort city offers a wide variety of ‘soft adventures’. More than 18,600 acres of state parks and wildlife refuges, over 121 navigable miles of waterways and 35 miles of ocean and bay beaches give visitors a variety of landscapes for exploring the great outdoors by hiking, kayaking, biking and canoeing. First Landing State Park features more than 19 miles of interpretive hiking trails through beach, back dunes, upland forest, tidal marsh and cypress swamp. Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge and the adjacent False Cape State Park feature numerous hiking trails and extensive wildlife

Virginia Beach is situated where the Chesapeake Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean, creating the perfect playground and feeding spot for dolphins. Each year, bottlenose dolphins migrate off the Virginia Beach coast during the warmer weather. Virginia Beach offers relaxing dolphin and whale watching cruises sponsored by the Virginia Aquarium and the more adventurous ocean kayaking trips hosted by a number of outfitters.

After a day at the beach, it’s time to tee off. With eight public courses in Virginia Beach and 20 in the surrounding region, players will experience intriguing, challenging greens for all handicaps, from beginner to novice to pro. Miles of bent Bermuda grasses, hardwood forests, and challenging layouts create the perfect setting for an incredible day on the links, with designs by Arnold Palmer, Rees Jones, Pete Dye, George Cobb, and Gene Bates.

Canadians looking for close-to-home vacation spots can reach Virginia within a day. Driving south, Virginia is 12 hours from Montreal and 10 hours from Ontario. For those who prefer to fly, Virginia Beach is located just 20 minutes from Norfolk International Airport, which hosts most major airline carriers and offers 200 flights daily.
Located in the southeastern corner of the state, Virginia Beach is four hours southeast of D.C. by car. For visitor information, call 1-800-VA-BEACH (800/822-3224) or visit the Web site for online trip planning.