Canada’s widespread national parks and numerous lakes located just around its busiest cities make it one of the best countries to explore the beautiful outdoors in the simplest way possible, without taking the extra burden of facing the harsh side of nature in exploring its exquisite natural wonders.
Lakes and rivers located at the heart of many national parks and the good comfort of the cities by another end, Canada is home to such wonderful places which could make you lost in nature’s magic just when you ask for it!
Canada is home to a plethora of lakes, especially the five great lakes of North America which are Lake Superior,
Lake Huron, Lake Michigan, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie.
Some of the lakes are shared between the USA and Canada.
The west of Canada is the place to be if you want to explore the waters of all these lakes.
The serenity and calmness that lakes offer are unsurpassed, the lakeside offers spectacular views in Canada.
Canada is estimated to have over 30000 lakes.
Most of them allow you to explore their waters through paddling, swimming, canoeing, and during winters you can also ski on
some of the frozen lake
Newfoundland and Labrador is one of Canada’s Atlantic Provinces.
If you want to visit some unconventional tourist spots like L'Anse aux Meadows (oldest european settlement in North America),
Terra Nova National Park in Canada, Newfoundland and Labrador is the place for you.
The easternmost province of Canada, Newfoundland and Labrador is one of Canada’s Atlantic Provinces, that is,
provinces situated on the Atlantic Coast in Canada.
Newfoundland is an insular region, that is, it is made up of islands, whereas Labrador is a continental region that
is inaccessible for the most part.
New Brunswick is a popular tourist destination in Canada, most of its attractions being by the coast.
Its national parks, salt water beaches, tidal bores, whale watching, water sports, historic towns and museums, and
hiking trails and campgrounds bring tourists here all year round.
Part of Canada’s Atlantic Provinces, that is, the Canadian provinces that are located on the Atlantic Coast, or
Maritime Provinces, New Brunswick is Canada’s only bilingual province, with
half its citizens being Anglophones and the other half being Francophones.
Manitoba has a lot of sights and things to offer to tourists from beaches, lakes, and provincial parks to cultural
landmarks and other entertaining spots in the cities such as Winnipeg.
Situated at Canada’s longitudinal centre, Manitoba is a prairie province of Canada, the first of only three ones,
the other ones being Alberta and Saskatchewan.
Like a lot of places in Canada, Manitoba has got a diverse terrain and landscape, with arctic tundra, the coastline
of the Hudson Bay, a boreal or coniferous snow forest, and of course, prairie farmland, which includes temperate
grasslands or savannahs.
Quebec is Canada’s biggest Francophone province where the only official language of the province is French. The largest province of Canada, Quebec, along with Ontario, which is the most populous province of Canada while Quebec is the second most populous, is part of Central Canada, not geographically, but owing to the political importance the two provinces hold in Canada.
The capital city of the province of British Columbia in Canada, Victoria is a city situated at the very southern tip of Vancouver Island, which is an island in the Pacific Ocean that’s situated on Canada’s West Coast.
Lying at the southern end of Western Canada, Victoria is only a little distance away from Washington in the United States.
Surrounded by mountains and the ocean, Victoria is known for its pleasant, snow free, temperate climate, in fact, the
mildest climate in all of Canada, and the beauty of its shoreline and beaches.
Ontario, along with Quebec, is located in Central Canada, and is the most populous and second largest province in Canada, larger than the state of Texas in the United States. It is an important province in Canada owing to the fact that in it are located two of the most important metropolitan cities of Canada, Ottawa, the capital city of Canada, and Toronto.
From metropolises to the cottage country, Ontario has got it all. Other than urban centres and rural regions, the province is also home to lakes and waterfalls, trails and hills for skiing and other winter sports, and the wilderness in the provincial and national parks in Ontario where apart from witnessing the mighty nature you can also participate in many recreational activities.
Vancouver is one of Canada's most bustling, densely populated, and ethnically as well as linguistically diverse cities. It is a seaport city located in mainland British Columbia that is surrounded by mountains on all sides. It is also one of the top cities in the world where excellent quality of life is possible for all of its residents, many of whom are non-English speakers and minorities who have migrated to the city at some point. The city is also often known as Canada's Hollywood owing to all of the filming that takes place here. Above all else, it is one of the most picturesque urban cities of the world, with its
The capital of the province of Ontario in Canada, Toronto is not only Canada's most populous city but is also one of the most metropolitan as well as cosmopolitan cities of all of the urban centres in the country as well as the world.
It is the commercial and financial centre of Canada and like most urban cities of Canada, it is also quite multicultural.
Situated on the shore of Lake Ontario, which borders the United States of America, Toronto has got it all...