Welcome To Canada Travel Guide
Canada can be a great vacation destination, with its beautiful vistas, wild animals, gorgeous winding roads, and cosmopolitan cities.
Canada is composed of numerous provinces and territories, including Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, the Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan and the Yukon.
Its landscapes are incredibly diverse, from rolling hills and steep cliffs that drop down to the ocean in the Maritime provinces, to the Laurentian Mountains in Quebec, to the rugged beauty of the Canadian Shield with its thousands of lakes in Ontario (including Algonquin Park), from the infinite horizon and the crisp blue skies of the Prairie provinces, to the mountainous charm of the Alberta and British Columbia, to the wilderness of the Canada’s northern region, Canada is composed of varied landscapes.
To many people, Canada is known as the great land of wilderness, and there is indeed a lot of that. Hikers, canoeists, campers, fishers, hunters and outdoorsy folks all have a great time here. With its oceans, lakes, and rivers Canada is also a mecca for water sports fanatics. Skiers will love to find opportunities in the Eastern part of Canada, particularly in Quebec, and in the West, in places like Whistler, Banff, and Lake Louise, to name a few. On top of it, Canada is a world-class golf destination, with literally thousands of golf courses, and many of them affordable. But Canada has much more to offer: its cities are full of culture and sophisticated recreational opportunities, from museums to theatres to fine dining and shopping.
One of my favorite parts of Canada is its diverse population. Cities like Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver are places where immigrants from all over the world have congregated and brought with them their lifestyles, traditions, and cuisines. My new hometown of Toronto, renowned for its multiculturalism, has more than 7000 restaurants that reflect the culinary traditions of the entire globe.
Quebec City is the only fortified city in North America with an architecture dating back to the 1600s. Montreal has a unique European flair with its outdoor cafes and street life. Ottawa is the seat of Canada’s government, and in the winter the Rideau Canal turns into Canada’s most significant outdoor skating rink. Toronto is home to people from more than 100 cultures and is a multicultural mosaic with all its diverse neighborhoods and festivals. Vancouver has one of the most stunning sites, being located right on the Pacific Ocean, surrounded by high mountains. And there are many more exciting cities to visit, Calgary, Victoria, Ottawa, Halifax, Charlottetown, Moncton, Niagara Falls and many more.
Canada’s recreational and cultural diversity will surprise you.
Canada can be an incredible vacation goal, with its excellent vistas, wild creatures, ravishing winding streets, and cosmopolitan urban areas. Regardless of whether you travel to Canada all the time, the out this rundown of five travel tips to Canada. Tip #1: Bring a...
Some Beautiful Scenery In Canada