Vacation Planning with Chris for travel tips to North Carolina
CFRB The Chris Robinson Travel Show
Saturday October 25, 2008 
11.00 am – 12:00 pm EST
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North Carolina – Beaches, Mountains and Vibrant Cities

North Carolina is a must on your list of "Places to Go". This Southern US State has beautiful Atlantic coastline and America's No 1 beach on Ocracoke Island. It's also incredibly diverse - with mountain scenery, vibrant cities like Raleigh and Charlotte, and so much more.

North Carolina's hundreds of miles of barrier island beaches are perfect for sun, sand and surf. This stunningly beautiful area was recently showcased in the Richard Gere movie, "Nights in Rodanthe".

The gently rolling countryside of the Piedmont area offers great golf, fascinating wine tours and miles of hiking and biking trails. It's also a sophisticated centre for upscale malls, New South cuisine and cool nightclubs.

And the highest mountain peaks east of the Mississippi mean summers of hiking and white water rafting, a waterfall trail and amazing fall foliage,

When it comes to getting there, Air Canada serves the most destinations in North Carolina with the only non-stop flights between Toronto and Raleigh-Durham and daily non-stop flights between Toronto and Charlotte. These flights connect to Air Canada's vast network in Canada, including Montreal. For more information visit

Listen to the show this Saturday for your chance to win a trip for two to North Carolina with Air Canada flights to Raleigh and a five-night hotel stay in Fayetteville, where you'll find history, heroes and a hometown feeling, plus golf on the ready.

For more information on Fayetteville:
Phone 1-888-NC-CHARM

For your chance to win, phone into the show at 514-790-0991, 1-800-491-CJAD, or *TALK on your cell, or by entering the contest here online.

Photo Credits:
Ocracoke Beach, Ocracoke Beach Boy: NC Tourism – Bill Russ
Vineyard: Shelton Vineyard
Kayak: US Whitewater Rafting Center
Bayonet Golf Club, Carriage: Fayetteville Area CVB