* We recommend Delta airlines because they offer direct flights from the United States to Saskatoon International Airport, which will avoid layovers in larger airports like Toronto.
Before you arrive, you need to make sure you will be able to enter Canada.
US citizens do not need a visa to enter Canada, however, you will need additional documentation. For instance, you will need proof of citizenship, like a birth certificate or passport. Minor infractions, such as DUI, can result in refusal of entry into Canada. You must determine if you are inadmissable before the booking a trip. If you have been convicted of a crime in the U.S., see if you can overcome that conviction and be allowed entry into Canada.
What You Need to Visit Canada
- Valid proof of citizenship, like a passport
- Be in good health
- Have enough money to finance your stay
- Non-Resident Firearm Declaration Form*
- Saskatchewan Hunting License
* The Non-Resident Firearms Declaration form may be completed prior to your arrival, but you must sign it in front of the Customs Officer, who must then confirm your declaration. This will provide you with a temporary license and registration certificate for a period of 60 days. Cost = $25 CDN (Convert to US$)
You are responsible for determining your eligibility to enter Canada. Failure to do so will not result in a refund. Feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns you have. We’re here to help you every step of the way.