Canada is a gold mine for people that are passionate about traveling and experiencing new places. Whether you love climbing mountains, beating the surfing waves, walking quietly down a beach, feel awed by majestic waterfalls or try to commune with whales, Canada is the place While many tourists visit to see famous spots in larger cities, the nation’s attractiveness lies in its natural capabilities. Of the numerous awe-inspiring sights that Canada has to offer, the Northern Lights or the Aurora Borealis’ is truly spectacular.
Tourists in Canada can see Churchill city settled on the shores of the Hudson Bay in Manitoba between December and March to capture Mother Nature’s extraordinary light show. The city is also known as the Polar Bear and Beluga Whale capital. For people who would like to catch a glimpse of the beats, a trip between late June and late August is a good idea. For the whales, the ideal time to visit is from late June to late August. The residents greet you by wishing you ‘Chad Mile Fàilte’.
This means ‘one hundred thousand welcomes’ in Gaelic. The island boasts of a spectacular coast that’s over 10,000 sq. km. Tourists can stay in cottages on top of cliffs in cities like Port Hood or Inverness and enjoy sports such as scuba diving, watching whales and sailing. For those people who are fearful of staying heights, a trip inland to Bras d’Or Lake area is going to be a smart choice since they can stay in cottages along the shores of a saltwater lake. The Niagara Falls is just another natural wonder that attracts people to Canada.
The enormous, thunderous waterfall is located in Ontario. The drops include the American Falls, the Horseshoe Falls, and the smaller Bridal Veil Falls. Tourists can fly in since there are four airports that an hour’s drive from Niagara. It can also be reached via bus and train. And should you visit, remember to take a trip on the Maid of the Mist’ to see the Falls really close. The Canadian Rockies is a trip for those who wish to enjoy the most breathtaking journey in the world.
Contrary to the American Rockies, the Canadian ones have sharp peaks covered in snow. Additionally, there are some gorgeous, serene lakes in the area to calm the spirits. Tourists can drive through Banff and Jasper national parks to get there. For those who wish to enjoy the raw beauty of nature, a trip to the Pacific Rim National Park on Vancouver Island should do just fine. It covers Long Beach, a sandy stretch of 40 km, which can be a surfers’ delight. An individual can get there by car from Victoria or Nanaimo.
But book early in case you would like to enter this popular spot. Whale watchers can see during March and April, for storm watchers the ideal period would befall or winters. If wildlife is your thing, a trip to Baffin Island is essential. It’s the largest spot in Canada that homes Inuit villages. It is possible to spot whales, arctic fox, lemmings, polar bears, walrus, caribou and other wildlife here. Remember to enjoy dog sledding and snowmobiling here.
The prairies are for people who don’t wish to climb high. It’s steppe-land located between the Rockies and Great Lake, It’s a massive patch of undisturbed forest where biodiversity is conserved. In the prairies, there is just you and nature. People who prefer urban life, see Vancouver or Victoria in British Columbia. These cities have been touted as the cleanest and prettiest in the world. While Victoria has an old-world charm, Vancouver is a sanctuary for people who wish to idle their time swimming, sailing or golfing.