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The Most Interesting Travel Destinations in Canada
Canada is the second largest country on the planet, but even for most of its residents, this country remains a huge and an unexplored spot on the map of the world. Meanwhile, on the vast territory of this rich northern country, the mighty beauty of the wild nature is in its full glory.
No wonder this part of the world is the most desirable travel destination that attracts the endless number of nature and adventure lovers from all over the world. If you have decided to start your Canadian adventure – travel insurance will be your first need in this case.
I am sure that if you choose to visit any of the mentioned below places, you will have the best and unforgettable experience ever, but first things first. The responsibility for your self and your dear ones must always be a priority no matter what you do. In case you planning to visit Canada with a group – travel insurance is what by all means you need to think about before planning your trip. So let’s get started!
1. The Rocky Mountains, Mountain system in Canada
The Rocky Mountains are stretched along Canada and also along the big part of the USA. But the most stunning in its beauty places are in the north of Canada. In this area, located five of the most famous national parks in the country:
- Banff National Park;
- Glacier National Park;
- Jasper National Park;
- Yoho National Park;
- Kootenay National Park.
The numerous of the small resort towns in the Rocky Mountains are the favorite destinations for the honeymoon. The blue glaciers, snow-capped mountain peaks, waterfalls, canyons and azure lakes look even more impressive live than on the most professional photographs.
2. Vancouver Island and Johnstone Strait, British Columbia, Canada
The surfers have fallen in love with the powerful local waves, but this place considered as one of the most dangerous surfing destinations. Still, these sites are viral among the wild nature lovers. Right near the coast of the Johnstone Strait quite often you can see the whales.
3. Lake Louise, Hamlet in Alberta, Canada
Although the Lake Luis located in the middle of Rocky Mountains, it deserves a separate mention. The photographs do not lie: its waters have a gorgeous turquoise color. The reason for this is the minerals that trapped in the lake’s water as a result of the glacier melting. This place is not quiet and calm, unfortunately. The thousands of tourists will not leave you in silence here. But this place has gained its popularity for a good reason – a breathtaking beauty.
4. Churchill, Town in Manitoba, Canada
Among the connoisseurs of the wild nature, this place became famous as the “The polar bear capital of the world.” During one day here, you can meet a few dozens of these beautiful animals. Also, during the summertime, Churchill is an excellent place to observe the belugas.
5. Niagara Falls, City in Ontario, Canada
Niagara Falls is lower than the Angel Falls (Waterfall in Venezuela) and is more narrowly than the Victoria Falls (Waterfall in Zambia), but still, the laurels of the most famous waterfall of the planet belong to this giant. The countless number of movies were filmed here; a countless number of the wedding ceremonies were held there; and the adventurers from all over the world compete with nature, balancing above the waterfall on a cable or descending into its abyss in a wooden barrel.
6. Toronto, City of Ontario, Canada
Many people call Toronto a small copy of the New York, only this city is more accurate and clean. This town is a multi-blend of the banks, offices, and constructions interspersed with the greenery of the many parks where the squirrels live freely, and residents having their picnics.
To see the most breathtaking views of the skyscrapers of the city you should find the observation platform of the CNN tower. For more than 30 years this construction has been considered as the highest freestanding structure in the world.
7. Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia
This beautiful place is famous for the highest tides in the world: due to the unique shape of the bay, the difference in water level during the flow fluctuates to 14 meters. It is also a great place to watch the wildlife: here you can see a humpback whale and a giant blue whale.
8. The city in Québec, Canada
A small town is proud of the world’s most photographed hotel in the world – Château Frontenac. This hotel built in the style of a medieval French castle and is the symbol of the entire French-speaking province. This four-hundred-year-old town has great pedestrian walk sites.
Behind every corner in the city, you can discover elegant mansions, charming cafes, and beautiful overgrown gardens.
I hope you enjoyed our virtual journey to the most exciting travel destinations in Canada. Please share your Canada favorite travel destinations in the comments below. The most important – don’t forget about travel insurance if you ever decide to visit any of those magnificent places, as you can see this country has many adventures to offer.