Best Places To Visit In Canada That Will Leave You Spellbound | AIB
Canada is world famous for the incredible natural landscapes that adorn its vast territory in all its cardinal points, with lands of subtle contrasts and majestic waterfalls. Increasing amounts of tourists visit the north country every year. A country is full of picturesque sights such as the sea, beautiful mountains and lovely lakes. Every place on this list is a great travel destination and will make you fall in love with this country.
In addition to the impressive nature, Canada also offers many of the most beautiful cities in the world:
It is the capital of Canada and is a beautiful and large city although simple, has all the benefits and amenities of a city, in a completely green environment, surrounded by forests, full of gardens with fountains and without an excess of tall buildings that cloud landscape. Every night in July and August there is a light and sound show in the Parliament garden. You cannot miss it!
This city has significant similarity with many in France, and there is a great contrast with Toronto. It has hundreds of squares and quiet corners where you can have a coffee and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere or enjoy street art provided by painters, singers or acrobats. If you dream of visiting France, Quebec is one of the most similar places you will find.
It is located in a privileged area on the northern tip of our planet, Canada has some of the best places to see a Northern Lights around the world, one of them in Saskatchewan, a province in the north of the country. It would be amazing to find a place to camp and see one!
Montreal is one of the cities you must visit in Canada, much of its population speaks French. It is one of the places with more cultural events in the country, as it hosts international festivals such as the Montreaux Jazz Festival, the comedy festival Just For Laughs and the Grand Prix de Montréal. If you want to have fun, Montreal is the best option.
5. Orange ink pots
The great concentration of iron in its waters has made it possible, in the middle of the forest, small orange lakes to make their way through the intense green of the vegetation. It is indeed amazing this natural monument where nature dyes its waters with large concentrations of minerals. The colors range from pale orange to deep red.
6. The Dinosaurs Cemetery
It is a huge geological unit located in Alberta, known worldwide for the large number of fossil remains and skeletons of turtles, crocodiles, etc. that they are there. It is part of the Provincial Park of the Dinosaurs and was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Additionally, this province has one of the best ski resorts in the world to put a bit of adrenaline on your trip.
7. Grand Canyon of the Nahanni
This Grand Canyon was the first site to be named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1978. Within the National Park in which it is placed also has the Virginia Falls, sulfuric hot springs and fir forests. If you travel alone, this is an ideal, magical and unforgettable destination in your vacation to Canada.
8. Niagara Falls
If you are in Canada, you will have to hit the Niagara Falls and take the boat Mind of the Mist, which brings you closer to the falls so you can appreciate them and enjoy them up close. They are globally famous for having appeared in various films and series, in addition to being right on edge with the United States.
It is a cosmopolitan city, ideal for walking, and completely safe. You can see its residents and visitors walking the streets without regard to the two in the morning. You must visit the City Hall, the port, and the CN Tower; you will not regret visiting the largest city in the country.
10. The Rocky Mountains
The vast and the majestic Rocky Mountains are visible almost all on the western side of Canada. Tectonic activity and erosion by glaciers have sculpted the Rockies into dramatic peaks and valleys as they include five national parks, and the photographs of their slopes full of snow are the most widespread in the world.
11. Lake Manchado
This impressive lake is a genuine natural attraction, due to its high concentration of minerals, it appears to be full of circular spots. It is also known as Lake Kliluk, reaches its greatest splendor in contrasts during the summer when white, yellow, green and blue spots can be seen.
12. The Bay of Fundy
The Bay of Fundy is one of the most impressive in Canada because twice a day the sea fills it with 100 million tons of water, and then empty it again. With 16 meters of height, its tides are the highest in the world. It is, without doubt, superb natural scenery.
These are just some of the most incredible sites you can find in Canada, a country full of natural beauties and memorable cities. There is definitely a lot to see in this beautiful northern country.
What do you think of these tourist places in Canada? What site would you like to visit?