Explore the beautiful national parks and outdoor activities in Canada
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About Canada Tourism
Canada is known for a good many things. But it is never really about something singular. All the aspects mingle together to make your trip to Canada an absolute dream-come-true. There is something for everyone in the numerous attractions that can never really be listed down. It is the world’s largest country and offers a vacation that suits that rank. From the snow-crested peaks of the Rockies to the cool glacial lakes to the multiple national parks spread all around the country, to the brilliant urban fabric of the cities in Canada – there is no moment to lose once you step foot in the country of the red maple leaves.
History of Canada
European colonization began when explorer Jacques Cartier founded the territory New France in 1534. After the American war of independence, gradual revolution led to form Canadian Confederation on July 1, 1867. Canadian troops took part in both World Wars in the 20th century as Allies. Currently, Canada is a member of the United Nations and NATO.
People, Language and Culture
When it comes to languages, religion, and culture, Canadians follow the Western Culture. Aside from Native Canadians, immigrants from China, India, and other Asian countries make up a substantial percent of the population. The country’s culture has been historically influenced by European traditions and more recently by Asian culture. English and French are widely spoken throughout Canada.
Famous food in Canada
Canadian food is an absolute delicacy which you should gorge on when in Canada. The place serves delectable dishes which will keep the taste lingering in your mouth for long. Ice-cold Malson, Poutine, Warm smirk of Ryan Reynolds and bagels are some of the gifts which Canada has given to the world. Canadians offer exclusive food which is a must-have while you pay a visit to Canada.
Wildlife in Canada
From Tundra forests to Rocky Mountains, the country has significant biodiversity. American Bison, black bear, moose, polar bear, and caribou are large mammals spread across national parks of Canada. Banff National Park feature Grizzly and black bear, cougar, red fox, wolverine, elk, and timber wolf.
Honeymoon in Canada
Talking about red maple leaves brings us to the many romantic destinations there are in Canada. Walking and exploring the vibrant red and golden fall in Canada is one of the most romantic things one can ever do. The best place to hold your partner’s hand and walk down through heaps of fallen red leaves is the Niagara Falls, Cabot Trail in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Algonquin Park in Ontario, the Laurentian Mountains, Vancouver Island, and Banff National Park are some other places to experience the best of autumn colors. Other romantic things to share on Canada tours are to enjoy the pristine lakes or watch the surrealistic Northern Lights from Whitehorse or Yellowknife regions.
Major Festivals in Canada
Outdoor festival adds glory to Canada’s surroundings and enhances it even more. Montreal Jazz Festival, held annually in summer, is a major event in Canada. Montreal Fireworks Festival or L'International des Feux Loto-Québec is held in La Ronde. Organized in Ottawa, Winterlude is one of the best winter festivals in Canada.
Natural Destinations in Canada
Canada is a powerhouse of natural destinations. Niagara Falls, though the most popular one, is certainly not the only one. There is a plethora of national parks and forests that make for great trekking trails and picnic places while the lakes, scattered with small icebergs here and there, are spectacular destinations to behold. Abraham Lake and Banff National Park in Alberta, Western Brook Pond in Newfoundland and Labrador, Bay of Fundy, Cavendish Beach in Prince Edward Island are only some of them on the long list of destinations in Canada.
Canada holidays are incomplete without exploring the best cities in the country. Here are 5 of the top ones.
Toronto is not the capital of the country but of the state of Ontario, and still the most important city when it comes to tourism. While the core features with sky-high buildings and dominated by the CN Tower, the outer parts have many green spaces complete with parks, zoos, and playground facilities.
When you visit Canada, Vancouver has to be on the itinerary. The bustling port town on the western coast of Canada is home to numerous natural beauties as well as art and history institutions. Vancouver Art Gallery and Museum of Anthropology are among the top-notch destinations. In winter, the town of Whistler in North Vancouver turns into the perfect ski town. It draws snow-lovers from across the world.
Set on an island on Saint Lawrence River and named after Mount Royal, this city is a prime inclusion in Canada vacations. Popular attractions are Mount Royal itself, Gothic Revival Notre-Dame Basilica, Montreal Biodome and the Botanical Garden.
4. Quebec City
Quebec City is a small Europe within Canada. The Old Quebec region, Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac, Montgomery Falls and the great Citadel of Quebec are some of the classic destinations to explore here.
Ottawa is the capital of Canada and home to some vintage buildings and institutions like National Gallery and Canadian Museum of History. One must not miss out on seeing the city riding a canoe or kayak in the Rideau Canal in summer, or ice skate along it during winter.
Upon reaching Toronto or Vancouver airport from India, the two most-flown-to destinations, one can avail buses, trains or taxis to travel between the cities.
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Royal Ontario Museum In Toronto
Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto is a center of art, world culture, and history and is one of the largest museums in North America. It is referred to in short as ROM, and it draws more than one million visitors every year.
ROM is full of unique galleries and art exhibitions. From ancient artifacts to cont...
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Toronto Zoo In Toronto
Toronto Zoo is one of the chief attractions of the city. There are numerous exhibits in the zoo premise, and each catering to fascinating diversity in the fauna. Animals of the Toronto Zoo in Ontario are from all the major natural spheres of the world – Africa, Indo-Pacific, America, Indo-Malaya and more.
High Park In Toronto
The expansive municipal park, High Park in Toronto, spans over 161 hectares. The features of this park include natural and recreational activities. The High Park in Ontario is also known for its sports facilities, gardens, educational facilities, playground, cultural facilities,and a zoo.High Park in Canada is the largest p...
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Toronto Islands In Toronto
Toronto Islands in Canada is one of the largest car-free communities in North America and a major tourist destination. These islands are a single group of small islands located just off the shore to the mainland. These islands are also known as Island of Hiawatha and Menecing, which means "On the Island" in the Ojibwa langu...
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Ripley's Aquarium of Canada in Toronto is one of the biggest attractions for tourists as well as children. Located in downtown Toronto, just south-east of Ripley’s Aquarium. Ripley's Aquarium is a public aquarium in Canada and holds about 1.5 million gallons of freshwater and marine habitats from across the world. The Riple...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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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