Canada Travel Guides & Information
Visitors come to Alberta for memorable, larger than life vacation experiences, including the breathtaking vistas of the Rocky Mountains in Banff and Jasper.
Spanning ten municipalities of southern Ontario the Niagara region is alive with sights from historic mills and nature trails to a buzzing arts scene, farmer's markets and iconic Niagara Falls.
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British Columbia Cedar Trees
Canada, the second-largest country in the world, is packed with so much natural and cultural diversity you’d need a lifetime – and then some – to see and do everything it has to offer. This is the crown of the Americas, and it’s stuffed with jewels.
The Canadian Rockies provide the backdrop for world-class hiking, while the prairies of Alberta make for unforgettable road trips. Head to Niagara Falls in Ontario to see the brute force of nature and visit Pacific Rim National Park to experience the rugged beauty of British Columbia’s coastline. The Bay of Fundy, on the Atlantic side, is great for whale-watching, while on Vancouver Island you can spot wild bears.
The cities, beacons of culture in the vast wilderness, make for a completely different experience. Toronto is one of the festival capitals of the world, Vancouver is a mecca for art buffs and the parks of Montreal make the city worth visiting in their own right.
Did you know
- Canada is the world’s second-largest country, runner up only to Russia
- At 5,525 miles, including the Alaskan boundary, the border between Canada and the USA is the world’s longest between two nations.
- Canada has two official languages – English and French.
- If you live in Vancouver you are known as a Vancouverite.
- The spirit bear was made an official symbol of British Columbia in 2006. A spirit bear is a black bear that has white fur due to a genetic mutation.
Destinations in Canada
"People travel to faraway places to watch, in fascination, the kind of people they ignore at home" - Dagobert D. Runes