Canada can boast one of the most beautiful and untouched natures in the world. The vast forest, stunning lakes, and memorable coastlines attract millions of tourist every year. And opting to visit just a handful can be an impossible decision.

This is where this article comes into play, we have selected the five destinations that tourist have found most appealing over the years so that you can include them in your Canadian vacation itinerary.

Whistler, Vancouver

One of the Canadian gems located a two-hour drive from Vancouver. This has been a popular ski resort for years, but recently it has been attracting a lot of tourist over the summer months as well. The serenity that this place offers makes it the ideal destinations for those who love rest and relaxation. It offers a whole array of fun activities from golfing to hiking and mountain biking. It would be a shame to visit Canada and not spend a couple of days exploring Whistler.

Alberta Badlands

Canadas very own Wild West, so called due to its coulee landscapes and hoodoo rock formations. This area also houses UNESCO World Heritage Site Dinosaur Provincial Park. You can get to see the unearthed fossils and dinosaur bones at the Royal Tyrrell Museum. Now, in order to really explore the Badlands, a road trip is a must, you can opt for a memorable self-drive Canada tour that includes this region. And while you are here, don’t forget to visit the Cave and Basin National Historic Site and have your breath taken away by the stunning views of Bow Valley.

Kelowna, British Columbia

Located in the heart of the Canadian wine country Kelowna is a must visit for those with an appreciation for fine wines. The Okanagan Lake in the Okanagan Valley is ideal for hiking, boating and golfing, and if you come in winter time the nearby ski resort is sure to provide you with all the excitement you need. Make sure you spend some time exploring the beautiful waterfront boardwalk and make it a must to visit Myra Canyon Trestles. In addition, Kelowna offers a whole selection of small markets, and you can take the time to enjoy the local cuisine in some of its famous restaurants.

Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

If you want to find out more about Canada’s rich Scottish and Gaelic heritage Cape Breton Island is the right place for you. If it is a historic journey you are after, opt for a visit to the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site and prepare to be transported in time. Stunning period actors, gunfire, battles, this all awaits you at this memorable location. On the other hand, if you want to silence the inventor within yourself, a visit to Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site might just do the trick.

Bay of Fundy

Located on the Eastern Canadas Atlantic coast, this location Bay of Fundy became famous for its high tidal range. Due to its unique shape, the difference between high and low tide goes up to 16 meters. Now if you want to experience the changing of the tides, the best location is definitely Hopewell Rocks, these sandstone towers topped by trees offer a fantastic view of the change. Their tops are covered by water twice a day, and they can be seen from ground level during low tide.

There you have it five unique tourist destinations that you shouldn’t miss. Not to mention what great cities like Toronto or Vancouver have to offer, from bustling nightlife to grand museums and numerous festivals. Canada has something for everyone, all you need to do is look.


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