The low Canadian dollar seems to have propelled our neighbours south of the border to travel to the Great White North at least two million times in the month of June.
According to Stats Canada, U.S. citizens took 1.9 million trips north of the border, which was an increase of 3.3% from May.
The loonie lingered around 80 cents U.S. for most of June, which allowed Americans the ability to purchase more with the bang of U.S. buck.
Tourist officials say we can expect it to continue with the Canadian dollar dipping as low as 76 cents U.S.
However, both July and August are busy tourism months alone.
On the flip side, Canadians decreased their travel to the U.S. staying on homeland during June, as the data agency reports that travel from Canada to the United States dropped 1.3% to just 3.8 million trips.