5 Places You Really Should Visit in Canada
So, you’re planning on coming to Canada?
Canada is also home to some of the world’s most beautiful places and animals. It boasts a small population of ~35 million people, but is the world’s second largest land mass with lots to offer any impending visitors.
And so, if you’re planning a trip to Canada, here are five places you should visit.
The Icefields Parkway runs from Jasper National Park, to Banff National Park in south-western Alberta. It features some of the most stunning hiking trails and photography-viewpoints in the entire world, with a glorious backdrop of the Rocky Mountains.
Fundy National Park is located in New Brunswick near the town of Alma. It’s primary feature is the Bay of Fundy -- which are where the world’s highest tides are located. Couple the spectacle that is the tide coming in with everything that the nature preserve built around the bay has to offer, it’s a must-see for any East-Coast visitor.
Toronto. While not the nation’s capital (Ottawa), this special city is definitely one of Canada’s better-known urban metropolises. It is home to the CN Tower, once the world’s tallest tower -- at over 1800 feet above ground.
Niagara Falls -- because of course you should visit Niagara Falls. This truly is a spectacle like no other. You’ll experience astonishment at the raw power of nature as 567,811 litres-per-second comes crashing over the falls before your very eyes. It’s also incredibly cool when the Falls are lit up at night.
Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia. Peggy’s Cove in Nova Scotia is without-a-doubt one of the sometimes-unsung-heroes of the East Coast. It has an infamous lighthouse which once guided ships from crashing into the perilous rocks; and you can catch a sunset at Peggy’s Cove, so be sure to bring your camera -- you will not be disappointed.
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