Sign in
13 Bucket List Places In Canada Every Couple Needs To Travel To At Least Once

A couple that travels together, stays together. There are so many amazing places to discover in Canada that it wouldn't be satisfying to see them all without the person you love the most.

READ ALSO: If You Hate People, You Should Move To This Secret Island In Canada

This year, travel across the our home and native land to these 13 bucket list places with your significant other:

via @clawmonster

Hot Spring Island

British Columbia

Hot Spring Island is a small land mass in the Haida Gwaii archipelago of British Columbia. The island is known for its beautiful natural hot springs that overlook the surrounding Gwaii Haanas National Park.

via @backpackwithme

Lake Louise

Alberta

Lake Louise is one of the most photographed lakes in history. Its rich heritage as one of the most breathtaking mountain destinations makes it worth a visit at least once in your lifetime.

via @josh_paulsen1

Beechy

Saskatchewan

Beechy is a unique landscape that offers a contrast from the usual flat plains of the prairies. The vast area consists of gently rolling hills, sandcastles and rock cliffs.

via @alanxelmundo

Churchill

Manitoba

Churchill is Canada's prime destination for polar bear sightings. Adventurous couples will definitely be interested in the Tundra Buggy, a hotel-on-wheels that lets passengers spend a night with the polar bears in their territory.

via @alexbuchner

Bruce Peninsula

Ontario

Bruce Peninsula is one of the most beautiful places in Ontario. Forested cliffs, scenic trails, crystal clear waters and a world-famous grotto makes it a perfect destination to visit.

via @giovannidipadua

Port-au-Persil

Port-au-Persil is located on the banks of the St. Lawrence River and consists of a small picturesque village that sits in the valley of a giant mountain. The area's countryside feel offers relaxing atmosphere that you can't find in the city.

via @annie.chretien

Bay of Fundy

New Brunswick

The Bay of Fundy is one of Canada's greatest natural wonders. During low tide, tourists are able to walk along the red sands of the bay, underneath huge cliffs and pillar formations. During high tide, the bay is a hotspot for kayaking enthusiasts.

via @shanelakerley

Cabot Trail

Nova Scotia

The Cabot Trail is a scenic roadway in Nova Scotia's Cape Breton Island. Beautiful coastal views along the 300-kilometre path makes this Canada's most famous drives ever.

via @isabellekeuning

Thunder Cove

Prince Edward Island

Thunder Cove is a hidden gem in Prince Edward Island characterized by bright red sands and unique rock formations. You and your significant other will enjoy exploring the stunning caves along the shores of the cove.

via @hannahpaaul

Gros Morne

Newfoundland

Gros Morne is a national park with some of the most breathtaking views in the country. Giant fjords, surging rivers and heart-stopping summits will make you feel like you're somewhere in Ireland.

via @t_s_j

Emerald Lake

Yukon

Emerald Lake is known for the intense green colour that borders its waters. It is one of the most photogenic spots in the Yukon.

via @auroravillageca

Aurora Village

Northwest Territories

Aurora Village is a northern resort where guests can sleep under the northern lights in authentic tipis. Several sightseeing packages are available, including some for couples. Visit the resort's website for more details.

via @sarah_stirling

Baffin Island

Nunavut

Baffin Island is a remote location in the north that would appeal mostly to thrillseekers. Backpacking enthusiasts will appreciate the island's wild landscape, filled with epic mountains, colossal glaciers and interesting wildlife.

A Guinness World Record has just been bestowed upon a very, very tall Canadian teen, and he truly stands head and shoulders above most of us.

Hailing from Quebec, 15-year-old Olivier Rioux clocks in at a neck-ache-inducing 7 feet, 5.33 inches tall, which has earned him a place in the 2022 edition of the Guinness World Records as the world's tallest living male teenager. That makes him taller than any of the Toronto Raptors players.

Keep Reading Show less

If you've ever wanted to experience the Northern Lights without freezing your butt off, this experience through rural Manitoba might just be for you.

Manitoba-based company Frontiers North Adventures has a specialized Tundra Buggy* that'll carry you through the spectacular sights of the Northern landscape, all while in the comfort of a heated vehicle with panoramic views from a viewing platform and even a bathroom on board.

Keep Reading Show less

Justin Trudeau Just Promised To Crack Down On 'Mobs' Protesting In Health Care Settings

If elected, he says the Liberals would move to criminalize blocking health care buildings.

With anti-vaccine protests taking place all over the country on September 13, the federal leaders have finally weighed in and Justin Trudeau is not holding back.

"The Liberal Party of Canada, if reelected to form government, will make it a criminal offence to block access to buildings that provide health care," said Trudeau while in Vancouver on September 13. "Whether that's hospitals, clinics, abortion clinics, pharmacies, testing centres, it is not OK that across the country, hospitals are having to put up barricades today to manage the mobs coming their way."

Keep Reading Show less

If you're ready to get out and explore right in your own backyard, two Canadian hotels are being recognized as some of the best in the world.

A survey done by Travel + Leisure narrowed down the top 100 hotels across the globe by gathering feedback from readers' travel experiences. The hotels were rated based on their facilities, location, service, food, and overall value.

Keep Reading Show less