Canada is famous for its many attractions and destinations. Whether you love to ski, visit popular, old cities with stunning architecture and museums, or want to have a blast celebrating that special occasion with family, friends or your loved one - this incredible country offers it all. Of course, one of the most famous places to visit is famous for its water, its entertainment and its incredible dining experiences.
Niagara Falls is possibly one of the most visited attractions on Earth. The historic waterfalls (Niagara and Horseshoe) on the American and Canadian sides offer amazing views, and several adventurous tourist attractions to acquaint yourself with. Everyone is aware of its romantic theme and fame as a destination for honeymoon getaways.
However, did you know there is much more to do than just get wet on the Maid of the Mist, or by walking behind the falls? You can also gamble or grab the option of dining at the famed Skylon Tower that mimics Seattle’s Space Needle with its glorious views of Ontario, the falls, and the surrounding area, while you dine on quality cuisine all for reasonable prices.
This incredibly diverse and vibrant coastal city sits in the southwest of British Columbia. It is an archipelago, surrounded by water on three of its sides. Vancouver keeps a mild climate all year round and sustains natural beauty that piques the interest of tourists anytime they visit.
The city’s seaport is well-known for its picturesque scenery, lovely art, original sounds of brilliant music, and delicious culinary choices throughout. Another popular destination is the 1000-acre Stanley Park that sits in the middle of the city and offers lush forestry, inviting walking paths, gorgeous sandy beaches, and the famed VanDusen Botanical Garden.
If you’re on your way to ski, be sure to visit the site of the 2010 Winter Olympics, and then rush back for an incredible evening of the professional sounds by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.
How can we talk about tourist destinations in Canada without mentioning Whistler? This is one of the world’s top ski destinations and can be visited by enjoying a nice ride up the Sea to Sky Highway between Vancouver and the famed resort.
The inspiring mountain range offers world-class trails for skiing and snowboarding, an adorable walking village, and places to stay spread across the entire property. Oddly enough, this incredible place is so beautiful, that it is now visited just as often in the warm months as it is during the winter season. Whistler has also become a prominent place to mountain bike.
Canada has more than just these top destinations to see and enjoy only things you can find in this Northern American country. If you’ve got the time look for sea-faring fishing boats, and take a cruise on one of the many bays that surround Canada. Visit the insane I-rod competition and cheer on your favorite group of dogs. Visit historical museums and architectural giants, or try out some of the great winter fun Canadians are famous for. Just don’t miss out on the three destinations above if you want to be able to say you’ve seen the best the country has to offer.