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About Canada

Canada is the second largest country in the world by total area. It is also the fourth largest country by the land area. Comprising of three territories and ten provinces, Canada has no dearth of beautiful tourist attractions and a number of unique sites to explore. From coast to coast, Canada is a home to several flamboyant and culturally rich cities. One can also find an array of natural wonders here. Towards the Western Canada, Calgary, Vancouver and Victoria dominate almost every itinerary. Towards the Central Canada, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec City, Niagara Falls and Ottawa are the significant sightseeing attractions. If you are out venturing the Maritime Provinces of the Canada in the east, you’ll come across the magnificence of the Gros Morne National Park. In addition to this, other places to see here include the cities of St. John’s and Halifax that offer it a different flavor and a character. Off to the untrodden but equally alluring regions in the North of Canada gives you an opportunity to see the polar bears in their habitat. You can also explore the beauty of cities like Yellowknife and Whitehorse. Both the National Parks and the Provincial parks located across the Canada are a treat for the traveler’s eye.

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Canada FAQ's

Travel Advice

  • Before planning a visit to Canada, it is always a good idea to check out the weather report once.

  • Touts must be strictly avoided.

  • Do not indulge in drugs of any form. It can land you in deep trouble.

  • Never consume liquor more than you can handle.

  • Avoid traveling in secluded places during night hours.

  • Girls, please ensure that the clothes you wear are not indicative of any wrong intensions.

  • If you travel during the night hours, go in a group.

  • Avoid carrying too much cash with you.

  • Do not let anyone mislead you. It is good to attain enough information about the place before you go there.

  • Do not flash your valuables or cash in public. This can be an invitation for the pickpockets.

  • Beware of the cheap and fake liquor.

  • Never drink water from the bottle that has its seal broken.

  • Do not leave your valuables in the hotel room.

  • Make sure you keep your visa and passport safely.

  • Do not get over friendly with your guide or the hotel staff.

  • Cross check the bills before paying.

  • Opt for a metered cab or a prepaid taxi only.

  • Don’t entertain the beggars here.

Drinking Law

The legal age for drinking is 18 years.

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Nigara Falls

One of the most prominent natural attraction of Canada is Niagara Falls. It is swamped with visitors in large numbers all round the year. This is located along the American border, and is a mere hour’s drive from Toronto. The falls, descend from a height of approximately 57 meters and create a majestic view. Visitors can view the falls from a close distance by getting on the top. Both Niagara Gorge and Niagara Falls have been attracting tourists and adventure seekers from across the country.  

Banff National Park

Situated in the heart of the might Rocky Mountains, the Banff National Park lies in the province of Alberta. It brings forth the views of some of the most magnificent sceneries of Canada. Snow capped mountains, turquoise green lakes as well as glaciers are all very well accessible from this beautiful park. Lake Louise is the jewel of the park. It is where the green waters reflect the mountains surrounding it. Taking a stroll around the shores is an important thing to do here. Icefields Parkway which runs between the Jasper and Lake Louise is an interesting drive and another must see attraction here. Towards the southern end of the lake, you can come across a number of resorts, stays, dining options and shopping hubs.

Toronto’s CN Tower

Lying in the biggest city of Canada, the Toronto’s CN Tower is an iconic landmark. Situated on the shores of Lake Ontario, this tower is indeed one of the tallest structures of the world with its height of over 553 meters. In its fine dining revolving restaurant, you can enjoy the exquisite fine dining meals when enjoying the beautiful views of the lake and the city around. You also have a Glass Floor and LookOut that offers excellent views all over the city and around. Visiting the tower during the night time can be a good idea as the tower is lit in different colors then.

Old Quebec

Listed as the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Old Quebec is a tourist attraction that sprawls across the Quebec’s Upper and Lower Town. It has the most historic buildings of the city. Situated along the River St. Lawrence, the Lower Town is the home to the outstanding Château Frontenac and is also the site of the original settlement. There are several treasures found in the region too. On the other hand, the Upper Town is nestled on the high cliff of 100 meters. It is a home to the valley, Parque Historique de l'Artillerie, the Plains of Abraham and the Place d'Armes. Very well developed for tourism, this is indeed one of the most significant historical area of Canada.  


Whistler is only a two hour drive from Vancouver. It is the prominent ski resort in Canada and has always been the most favored winter sports area here. A number of adventure activities can be enjoyed here such as mountain biking and golf with a backdrop of beautiful atmosphere all round the year. In the year 2010, the village gained international attention when it became one of the location for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. Several recreational opportunities such as dining, world class skiing and hotels can be availed here.

Ottawa's Parliament Hill

Standing tall above the Ottawa River, the Ottawa's Parliament Hill is in existence since the 19th century. These Parliament buildings are built in the Neo-Gothic style. The most striking feature here is the Peace Tower which divides the Senate and the House of Commons on the either side. Taking a lovely walk along the Ottawa river is an important thing to do here.

St. John's Signal Hill National Historic Site

Overlooking the sea and the city, towards the entrance to the St. John's harbor is the magnificent Signal Hill National Historic Site. In the year 1901, the first wireless transatlantic signal was received. This attraction also played a significant role in the Seven Years war against France. The current fortifications that can be seen here were built during the 1800s.

One prominent place to see here is the Cabot Tower. Built in the year 1897, the place marks the 400th anniversary of the discovery of Newfoundland. Right from the top of the tower, you can get panoramic views of the city. You can see the coast as far as the Cape Spear which is the eastern most point of North America.

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Canada is a home to some of the best downhill ski terrains of the world. There is no surprise to the fact that Australians are attractive to the mountains of Canada in every northern winter. The favorite ski resort still happens to be Whistler however, if you wish to keep yourself away from the typical Aussie accent, you need to head straight to the Revelstoke Mountain Resort of the British Columbia. Both tandem and professional skiers will love the challenging terrains here.


Canada possesses some of the world’s best back-country terrain. Here the ski operations are second to none. The world’s largest single heli ski area is the Last Frontier in the Coastal Range as well as the Skeena Mountains of the northern BC.  This interesting adventure activity is a must try here.


Want to see the polar bears in their natural surroundings? Well, it is time you head to Canada. The northern reaches of the Canada are a home to fascinating polar bears. In Canada, the most ideal place to see the bears is in Manitoba. You can travel to the Seal River Heritage Lodge and check out some polar bears who come here to spend their summer on the frozen areas that surround the Hudson Bay. It is better to take a guided tour to best explore this place.  


The infamous Yukon Quest of North America attracts a number of adventure seekers from around the world. Partake in the different competitions that are organized here just every other day. Do get some insulated boots and hand gloves when you get here.


The color water of the Canada doesn’t do much to stop the keen Aussie surfers who flock in large numbers to the surfing capital of Tofino to enjoy a session with a difference. Situated on the Vancouver Island’s eastern shore, the Tofino has a Byron Bay vibe. It attracts a number of tourists as well as the locals from Canada every year.


If you enjoy the romance of a long-distance rail journey, you simply cannot miss out on the opportunity of climbing abroad via train from the VIA Rail locomotive that runs from Vancouver to Toronto. You can undertake an overnight journey and spend your night in the cozy cabins of the train.


One reason you’ll want to visit Canada over and over again is the good rood trips that this place leads you through. Canada has a number of touring routes that it really gets hard for you to pick just one from them.  

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Canada Reviews

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Reviewed: 15 Dec 2022
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Reviewed: 08 Dec 2022
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Reviewed: 08 Dec 2022
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Reviewed: 07 Dec 2022
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Reviewed: 22 Nov 2022
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Reviewed: 18 Nov 2022
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