Top Tourist Attractions In Canada

There won’t be any shortage of top tourist attractions in Canada. As the largest country in North America and second largest in the world, it’s guaranteed to have an overabundance of tourist spots. Attractions in Canada range from old to metropolitan cities, from nature spots to modern facilities.

Fundy National Park, New Brunswick, Canada. Point Wolfe.

Fundy National Park, New Brunswick, Canada. Point Wolfe.

Bay of Fundy. The ocean bay spans between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Not only does it produce the highest tides in the world, the bay is also home to 8 different whale species, porpoises, dolphins, seals, fish, and seabirds. The Bay of Fundy is surrounded by natural sceneries including rock cliffs, sandstone formations, marshlands, and mud flats.

Old Québec City. The capital of Québec is a fortified city whose walls still stand to this day. However, it is most popular for its old charms; something that is unique in North America.

The Château Frontenac dominates Old Quebec City's skyline

The Château Frontenac dominates Old Quebec City’s skyline

The Prairies. The expansive steppe landscape is a great place to embrace nature. Isolated from the city, it’s an ideal destination for some rest and relaxation. The Prairies are home to the country’s boreal forest, one of the last remaining untouched forests in the world.

Vancouver and Victoria. These two cities show different aspects of Canada. Vancouver is a metropolitan with a beautiful mountainous backdrop. Activities include golfing, sailing, swimming, and skiing. Victoria is quite the opposite with its old British charm. These two cities are among the top tourist attractions in Canada.

Baffin Island. Numerous wildlife and marine life thrive in and around the island despite its location above the Arctic Circle. Animals that live there include few whale species, walruses, polar bears, arctic fox, lemmings, artic hares, arctic wolves, seals, caribou, sea birds, and shore birds just to name a few.

Cabot Trail. Spanning 300 kilometers across the highlands of Cape Breton, the trail offers breathtaking views of the coast.

Niagara Falls. Canada shares this iconic waterfall with the U.S. The cascading falls can be seen on the southernmost end of Ontario, Canada. Niagara Falls is a natural wonder and one of the top tourist attractions in Canada.

Ringrose Peak soars above a pond near Lake O'Hara, British Columbia, Canada

Ringrose Peak soars above a pond near Lake O’Hara, British Columbia, Canada

Canadian Rockies. The mountain range is the Swiss Alps of Canada. It straddles with the British Columbia and Alberta borders of Canada. It hosts dozens of breathtaking sceneries including jagged mountains, snow-capped peaks, and U-shaped valleys.


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