This country is second largest in the world; however, a majority of its land area is covered with the wilderness. There are huge expanses of natural habitat in the country and it is not very difficult to get lost! The national parks of Canada are massive and picturesque. if you love the outdoors, then there are a lot of exciting activities that can be done in Canada – mountaineering, boating, hiking, swimming, cycling, etc.
Here’s a look at some of the best places to visit in Canada:
Niagara Falls leaves you awestruck. The series of three waterfalls located on the border of Ontario in Canada and New York in the United States is mesmerizing. The Falls on the Ontario side is known as Horseshoe Falls and gives you the best views. Queen Victoria Park is one of the best places to observe the Niagara Falls, where, during summer, the Falls will be illuminated and fireworks are displayed at night.
Banff National Park
The park is located in Alberta and is not just the first national park of Canada, but is one of the largest and most visited national parks. The wildlife and breath-taking scenery attract a lot of tourists along the Trans-Canada Highway, that passes via the park. The wildlife in Banff National Parks consists of mammals such as black bears, bison, grizzly bears, moose, wolves, bighorn sheep, and bald eagles.
The Whistler resort is the most famous and the largest alpine ski destination in North America. It is situated Western Canada in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia. It is a two-hour trip from Vancouver. There are three villages at the base of the two mountains – Whistler Village, Creekside, and Upper Village. You can indulge in some snowmobiling, visit various art museums or dine at Alta Bistro or 21 Steps.
It is quite famously known as the oldest walled city of North America and is among the tourist places that one must visit with their partner when in this Canada if you fancy magic, romance, and everything French. The city is quite magical and you can visit many historic attractions, for instance, the Citadel. You can unwind at BattleFields Park or walk along Terrasse Dufferin and soak in all the beautiful views.
St. Johns is famous for its houses that are crayon-colored! It resembles a mini San Francisco. It is the oldest city in Canada, but it has a refreshing vibe like any metro town, which is perfect for the holidays. When at St. John’s, visit and shop at Water Street, visit the Cape Spear Lighthouse and learn about the culture as well as history at the Rooms.
Located in Vancouver Island, it is the perfect beach destination. If you love beaches and feel that the holiday is incomplete without a beach, Tofino is the best place for you! It is an ideal spot for water lovers and a paradise for those who want to relax, unwind and have a good time. You can explore the beaches such as Long Beach and Chesterman Beach and try the famous fish tacos. You can also indulge in camping and kayaking at the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve
Do let us know which all places are in your bucket list and how many you can checked!