Canada is well known for many things, including their maple syrup production and their snowy winters. But no matter the season you’re visiting in, Canada has a rather whimsical quality. The second largest country in the world, Canada is a huge and has a vast array of natural beauty. Canadians are a famously friendly people and over 80% of the population resides in their modern cities. This leaves large spreads of wilderness ripe for exploring and sightseeing. So if you’re planning a trip to Canada be sure to get scheduling because there is so much you’ll want to do. Check out these cool things you can do when visiting magical Canada:
Connect With Canada’s Majestic Nature
Canada is made up of lakes, islands, valleys, mountains and forests. In fact, 31% of this lovely country is made up of dense forests. Some of the most iconic Canada tourist attractions are natural. Niagara Falls and the Canadian Rockies, are some of the most popular. So, whether you feel like a thrilling boat ride along the falls on the Hornblower or an invigorating day trip the the Banff National Park, you’ll find something something for you.
Take a Classic Canadian Road Trip
With beauty as picturesque as Canada’s, pretty much anywhere you drive will be some to behold. However, if you’re looking to see as much of what Canada has to offer as possible, there are some amazing road trips you can take. Drive the Cabot Trail, a 300km route nestled right along the coastline of Nova Scotia. Or one of the most scenic highways in the world, the Icefields Parkway. The 232 km drive from Jasper to Banff is littered with views of glaciers, waterfalls and icy blue lakes. Canada rent a car companies usually require you to have an international driving permit. Canada car rental services also ask that you have full insurance for both your protection and theirs. You can find more information about car rental in Canada here: https://www.autoprio.com/. Driving in Canada is fairly safe but you should make sure to brush up on the country’s road laws before you get going.
See Canada’s Wildlife Up Close and Personal
You may find it surprising to know that Canada is home to around 2 million reindeer. You may be even more surprised to find out that Canada is home to Polar Bear capital of the world. If you’re visiting in winter, around November, you should definitely take a trip to Manitoba where you can see them for yourself. You’ll also be able to spot rabbits, moose, grizzlies and caribou throughout your travels.
Have Fun In The Great Outdoors All Year Round
If you’re traveling to Canada in winter, the good news is that there is so much to do, besides getting cozy is comfy cabin hideaway. There are loads of world-class winter activities especially in the Rocky Mountains of southern Alberta. Skiing, snowboarding and hiking are just a few of the fun things you can do here. There are even snowshoe trails for you to explore. There are many bike, eco, hiking and camping tours which allow you to fully enjoy Canada’s winter wonderland safely and throughly.
Canada is definitely one memorable destination and you’ll leave feeling renewed and having seen some of the most beautiful natural sites our earth has to offer.