Five beautiful tourist attractions in Canada


Saturday, February 14, 2015
Canada, the largest country of North America, is home to a mosaic spread of communities. Geographically it encompasses virgin forests, majestic mountains, pristine coastlines and of course the Arctic Tundra. Canada is vast and throws open a plethora of options when it comes to travelling. Here are five places you need to visit on your trip to Canada.

Niagra Falls

Located in the border of Ontario, Canada and New York, United States, Niagra Falls, one of the greatest natural wonders of the world is an awe- inspiring series of three waterfalls. Famously regarded as a sought after honeymoon destination, Niagra also attracts nature lovers and adventure junkies from across the world.

Banff National Park

Located in Alberta, Canada, the Banff National Park is the largest and most visited national park in Canada. The Banff National Park is home to many endemic species of flora and fauna which forms a major part of attraction for tourists visiting the park. The trans-Canada Highway passes through the Banff National Park. The scenic beauty is breathtaking.

Whistler

The awe- inspiring mountains Whistler and Blackcomb are home to the luxurious Whistler Resort. Whistler Resort is the largest and the most sought after mountain ski destination in the whole of North America. Offering year long activities that form a confluence with majestic and stupefying scenic beauties and wonders, Whistler resort is simply one place you wouldn’t want to miss on your travel to Canada.

Vancouver Island

The largest island off the west coast of the North American continental mainland, Vancouver Island is named after British explorer George Vancouver. The beautiful island is known for the wonderful Butchart Gardens, the beautiful city of Victoria and most definitely the sunny surf town, Tofino. Do not forget the wilderness up north from where one can travel to Alaska by ferry.

Rideau Canal

Rideau Canal is an attraction situated in Ottawa, the capital city of Canada. The canal freezes in winter and becomes the world’s largest ice-skating rink. The canal sits amongst the bustle of the city and in itself could be termed a must visit especially if you are travelling to Canada in the winters.

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