Things To Do In Canada
Explore the beautiful national parks and outdoor activities in Canada
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Adventure Activities Canada
Canada is a dream destination for all types of travelers. Whether one is a nature lover or adventure freak or loves old, vintage towns with al fresco cafes – Canada tourist attractions have it all.
Shopping in Canada
ByWard Market is not just a farmer’s market. The lined-up vendors in the street sell everything from jewellery to flowers to pets. If you want vintage shopping from quirky shops and boutiques, Old Quebec City is where you must go. A former wasteland and rail yard, Yaletown of Vancouver has changed form is now a hub of boutiques and designer clothes and jewelry shops. Among malls, the best is West Edmonton in Alberta and Pacific Mall in Ontario.
Adventure in Canada
Within the borders of the country, there are more than a dozen natural parks and forested areas, and many of them boast soaring mountain peaks, brilliant trek scenes, scented forests and pristine lakes. Skiing in Whistler is hands-down the best thing to do in Canada in November and December. Storm watching and killer whale watching from Vancouver Island, river rafting in Nahanni National Park and last but not the least, the famous extensive Trans-Canada Trail. The trail takes at least two years to finish at a stretch.
Here are the best Canada attractions to indulge in.
1. Edge Walk – CN Tower
The spire of CN Tower is the landmark of Toronto and of Canada as well. The LookOut level on the tower, 1136 feet above ground is one of the best vantages points in the world. The see-through glass floor offers and floor-to-ceiling glass windows offer a complete 360° view of the city. Edge Walk is a heart-pounding, hands-free walk around the ledge of the tower, tied to harness along the rail above.
2. Skiing – Whistler
Skiing and snowboarding and snow hiking in Whistler are some of the best things to do in Canada in winter. It is a town in North Vancouver and home to one of the largest ski resorts, Whistler Blackcomb. Skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, tobogganing and ski jumping are only a few of the popular snow sports here.
3. Behind the Falls – Niagara Falls
Everyone enjoys Niagara Falls from the outside as the world’s largest waterfall cascades down the slopes and forms a huge cloud of water beneath. But seeing it from the inside is a whole other experience. A 150-feet elevator and a 130-year-old tunnel take the visitors right down to the heart of the falls. From a platform set within the rocks, one can see the inner part of the white sheet of water and hear the roar of the falls from up close.
4. Take a canoe ride – Rideau Canal
During summertime, Rideau Canal, flowing through east Ontario countryside, is a beautiful riverside promenade to enjoy. But to see the town, one can take a canoe ride down the stream to cherish the neighborhood. During winters, the river freezes and turns into a ski space.
5. Take a trek – Enchanted Forest
The Enchanted Forest is straight out of the books of Grimm Brothers, where Hansel and Gretel might have got lost, or one can expect to see a red hood peeking out from somewhere. The forest has more than 350 fairy folk figurines installed amidst centuries-old cedar trees. The forest was bought by an artist couple to make space for their handmade fairy tale statuettes.
St. Lawrence Market In Toronto
St Lawrence Market is one of the major public market buildings in Toronto, Canada. This market is located in the southwest corner of Front and Lower Jarvis Street and has two main floors. St Lawrence Market in Ontario has the upper floor of the building dedicated to farmers only and has about 50 vendors for vegetables, frui...
- Local market
Aga Khan Museum In Toronto
Aga Khan Museum, located in the North York district of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is a museum for Islamic Art, Muslim Culture and Persian (Iranian) art. The Aga Khan Museum in Canada is an initiative of the Aga Khan Trust for Culture, which is an agency of the Aga Khan Development Network. The museum houses artistic pieces f...
Art Gallery In Ontario
The Art Gallery of Ontario, Canada, is a famous art museum with a collection spanning 95,000 works from the first century till the present day. It has been lauded with having the largest area of 45,000 square meters making it one of the largest galleries in North America. The Art Gallery Ontario’s collection includes the la...
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Bruce Peninsula National Park In Ontario
Bruce peninsula national park, Canada holds the Niagara Escarpment, a huge forested ridge which runs through southern Ontario. Alongside that, The Grotto is a limestone cave overlooking Georgian Bay’s clear waters, Cliffs frame the beach at nearby Indian Head Cove, Singing Sands Beach, on Lake Huron, has shallow waters wit...
- Ideal for friends
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Fern's 5 days trip to CanadaHotel at Montreal was far away from city No transport was arranged as per Ittinerary. Had breakfast for only two in Toronto though we were three persons Laurentine mountains and Quebec city
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Autumn is the best time to visit Canada to see the country in its red and golden glory. For skiing and snow-sports, winter is obviously the best, and for hiking or water-sports, summer time it is.
Canada uses the Canadian Dollar, which is equal to 0.77 units of USD per Canadian Dollar.
Other than very polite people, Canada is known for maple syrup, views of Northern Lights, biting winters and beautiful falls.
Canada has been referred to as the Great White North by most Americans because of its vast size (second country in the world) and the amount of cold and snow it gets during winter.
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