Canada – wildlife, the nicest people you can find, a mix of languages and of course all of that fantastic scenery. So if you are planning on taking a vacay any time soon, or in the future, then you might want to consider Canada.
You might’ve heard about an island in Sweden that has more polar bears than people, but did you know that you can get up close(ish) to a polar bear in Manitoba. It doesn’t have a huge population, in fact, you’re looking at around 810 or so people – so it is perfect for quieter types. It is incredibly cold, so ideal for testing out how thermal those thermals really are. Locals often share tales of seeing the big white beauties strolling by the local diners. Both amazing and a tad scary.
These big falls sit across the Canadian and US border, but the most outstanding views are apparently on the Canadian side. If you like a good road trip with breathtaking views, then the drive from Toronto only takes 90 minutes. If you have someone who can take over the drive, or you feel like a little stop, then you should pop into one of the vineyards that sell Icewine.
You know those fantastic aerial photos that you see on the internet? You can make that your own reality if you book a private jet. Of course, you’re going to want to research how much that is going to cost and the route, you can do that here https://www.aircharterservice.ca/about-us/news-features/blog/how-much-does-it-cost-to-charter-a-private-jet-in-canada
Banff National Park
The views are so beautiful that people are often left totally speechless. It can be pretty emotional to see mountains so large, surrounded by crystal-like blue waters. You can actually hop in a canoe and paddle across some of the lakes. If you want to get a little more adventurous, then you can go kayaking on Vancouver Island instead.
It has been featured on so many food shows over the years, that many people travel to Canada and it is one of the first things that they order. It originates from Quebec and is the ultimate in comfort food. Chunky chips, topped with gravy, and a large helping of cheese on top. It has a special place in the heart of most Canadians, and kids love it.
If you have a love of driving, then you are going to love the Cabot Trail. It is a 300km route that is filled with stunning views and a lot of the Maritime provinces. There are a lot of places that you can stop along the route, the best thing to do is plan it via cabottrail.travel
Seeing whales playing, swimming and with their offspring is something many people dream of. So heading to Nunavut to see Beluga whales should be on your list of things you have to see in your lifetime. You can book a full week-long tour, or book an excursion the choice is yours.
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