Canada, known for its aesthetically pleasing natural beauty is home to some of the world’s most beautiful lakes, waterfalls, and mountains. Surrounded by three major oceans; Pacific, Artic and Atlantic, Canada is the world’s second largest country and has no shortage of beauty, in fact, it comes in abundance. From coast to coast, the nation homes vibrant and culturally rich cities and natural wonders simultaneously.
- Banff National Park and the Rocky Mountains- Banff National Park is nestled in the heart of the magnificent Rocky Mountains in the province of Alberta. Turquoise crystal clear lakes, lush green trees reaching heavenly heights a scene sure to take your breath away. Notoriously known for the park’s jewel, Lake Louise where the crystal waters reflect the surrounding mountains. In the winter season, Banff transforms into a major winter sports arena. Because the lake freezes over, attracting skiers and skaters alike, making it one of Canada’s most prominent ski destinations.
- The CN Tower- The urban city of Toronto is home to the prestigious CN Tower, a correspondence tower with an antenna that compasses over 1,800-feet high, making this one of the tallest free-standing structures on the planet. You can catch a glimpse of the CN tower from anyplace in the city. In any case, you can wander downtown to the heart of Toronto to snap photographs or take the lift to see the whole cityscape from the astonishing observation tower.
- Niagara Falls- Niagara Falls is Canada’s most popular natural attraction, bringing in millions of guests every year. Found a little more than an hour’s drive from Toronto, along the border of America and Canada, these huge falls drop around 57 meters. Guests can view the falls from the top or take a boat trip to the edge of the falls. Niagara Falls and the Niagara Gorge have been pulling in travelers and thrill seekers for well over a century. Families will appreciate a stroll down Niagara’s ludicrous Clifton Hill leading to the gorge and falls.
- The Northern Lights- The Northwest Territories is Canada’s biggest and most unblemished natural wilderness. Home to wood bison, moose, beaver, muskrat, caribou, grizzly bear, foxes, wild bear, and whales, the most spectacular component remains the “Aurora Borealis” or the Northern Lights, a natural light show that can most commonly be found in September to October and from March to April, around evening time.
- Hopewell Rocks- Hopewell Rocks are unusual rock formations, caused by tidal erosions located on the upper shores of the Bay of Fundy. This is one of the Marine Wonders of the World and holds records of some of the world’s highest tides, rising up to 4 storeys high. In the surrounding area is Fundy National Park, which has around 110km of hiking trails, 40 km of mountain biking trails, and an abundance of camping areas.
Canada homes so much more than what we have just mentioned. Rich in attractive attributes, both natural and man-made, Canada offers adventure and serenity.