At a first glance the archipelago might appear as remote as another planet, but with culture and festivals of its own, including the island’s being host to the largest sandcastle competition held in the country, it would more easily become a highly recommendable travel destination.
The breathtaking views of the islands of Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine, also known by this longer name, is nothing less than spectacular, where while walking on its wide open white sand beaches you might get the feeling of having escaped this planet and landing in your craziest imagination!
The Land of the Maple Leaf has many delightful attractions but with these attractions come thousands of tourists. If you are searching for less-frequented quiet but serene locations to visit in Canada, look no further. In this guided post we cover the ten secluded locations.
The Grotto inside the Bruce Peninsula National Park in Tobermory is nature’s beauty at its best. The breathtaking sea cave formed over thousands of years by erosion and has the most striking turquois colour. The sea cave can be reached by a 30 minute downward hike through the Bruce trails.
The largest city in Quebec is a beautiful setting for many beaches in the city and many others which are less than an hour away. The river Saint Lawrence meets the city at various junctures to form most of the beaches in and around Montreal.
The humidity of the summer months makes localites and tourists alike throng the beaches and lakes around Montreal. As there is nothing that beats a relaxing day with the sun in attendance, walking on the sand, and going for a dip in the shores.
The largest city in Canada’s Quebec province, Montreal was named after Mount Royal, a triple-peaked green hill located at the city’s heart.
Surrounded by French-Colonial architecture and many cobblestoned neighborhoods which were once independent cities the city of Montreal has been mostly known for hosting some of the most prestigious international events in North America.
Ontario, one of the biggest and most populous provinces of Canada, is home to the country's capital city Ottawa and the biggest city Toronto. Canada has many large provinces, with Ontario being the second largest of all thirteen provinces in the country.
To witness the best blend of Canadian wilderness and nature with the urban population located at the shores of peaceful lakefronts, Ontario is just the place to see the best side of Canada offering both the urban and natural tastes of travelling.
Come Autumn and Oktoberfest celebrations will be cropping up all over Canada with biggest of them all takes place in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario.
Locals as well as visitors on Canadian holidays and trips come out in their droves to celebrate the Bavarian festival.
Canada's most famous Bavarian festival was founded in 1969 and since then Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest has evolved into a much larger festival.
Maritime provinces of Canada consist of the easternmost provinces of the country, which includes Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. Along with the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, these easternmost provinces of Canada make up the region called Atlantic Canada.
If you want to witness Canada’s most beautiful side, the season of autumn is that window which would give you the most gorgeous views of the North American country, with the different shades of orange appearing in the dense forests, which were once coloured in deepest of green just a few months ago.
The months of September and October mark the onset of autumn in Canada providing relief from the summer heat as the climate becomes cooler with frequent light rains.
Autumn is the best time to witness fall foliage in the widespread forests of Canada, with some of the world’s best landscapes in the country and there is not one but many ways of observing this side of nature in this season of joy!
There are numerous ways of travelling around the world. So why talk only about travelling Canada in eco-friendly ways? Canada with its waterfront cities and open spaces gives many easy options to travellers looking to walk in harmony with nature.
Ecotourism is a way of travelling while being sensitive to natural resources, their value and tracking our carbon footprint as we travel to different places of the world.
The first national park of Canada. The national park with its humble beginning starting as a 26 square km hot spring
to now the sprawling 6,641 square kilometres it covers.
The park was inculcated as a UNESCO world heritage site as part of the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks in the year 1984.
The park is located in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta,
to the west of Calgary.
The national park borders British Columbia to its east where Yoho and Kootenay National park are adjacent to Banff National Park.
On the western side, the park shares borders with Jasper National Park which is also situated in Alberta.