5 places to visit in Canada this summer

Although Canada is the world’s second-largest country by land-mass, most of its land is a complete wilderness, which is one of the draws of the country. It’s massive national parks, and picture-perfect vistas are a beauty to behold. Loaded with tons of activities from hiking, boating, swimming, and cycling, it’s easy to get overwhelmed as you try to choose the best places and activities for your vacation. Lucky for you, these five places will give you the best in Canada.

  1. Jasper national park

If you want to feed your sense of adventure, then Canada’s wildest places will fit your bucket list the best with its kaleidoscope views. Take-In the scenery as you trek the mountains and explore the 2.7 million acres of land. Have an encounter with a caribou, wolverine, or a moose as you experience all the wonders the park has to offer. Kayaking around the lakes and river is the most popular summer activity while snowshoeing and skiing are popular during winter.

  1. Capital of Toronto, Ontario

Ontario is the most popular city in Canada and the most diverse fitted with large ethnic districts like Little India, Little Italy and Chinatown. Culturally, it’s the most famous diverse city with impressive landmarks such as the CN Tower standing tall at 1,815 feet tall. Visit the fairly take caste Casa Loma for a thrilling experience. The best way to visit Ontario is through distinctive neighborhoods. If you don’t want to be limited by public transport, book your rental car at Globecar in Toronto and get moving.

  1. Quebec City

Quebec City makes you get a taste of France with its French architecture, language, towering cathedrals, and the smell of freshly baked bread and creamy café lattes. This city as brought back into the limelight in 2008 during the celebration of its 400ths birthday. Tourists have since flocked the city to walk along the cobblestone street, and visit the citadel, Palace Royale where the first North American-French settlement was established.

  1. Niagara Falls

Watch the Niagara river rumble all the way down 188-foot waterfall at the top speed of 20 to 30 mph. It’s no wonder the Niagara Falls are a top tourist attraction. The mammoth river will leave mist on your face as you use the railings to follow the water’s path downward. You can get a closer look by using a boat. Stroll through the ice wine vineyard enjoying the lush landscape before watching the fireworks display during summer nights from Queen Victoria Park.

  1. Bay of Fundy

Recently listed as a seven wonder of the natural world, the Bay of Fundy will have you dazzled by its tides. The Bay of Fundy is base to the most extreme waves on earth with tides as high as fifty feet in some places. Experience the dramatic Hopewell Rocks that form unique stone towers on dry land that disappear as the water rises.

Canada has more than enough mind-boggling places for you to devour as it has several tasty meals. If travelling with kids, you can be sure they will have more than enough to wow their adventurous growing minds as you all enjoy what the country has to offer.

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