13 Canadian Cities That Need To Be On Your Vacation Bucket List
Is #explorecanada a thing?
I would definitely be confident in saying that Canada is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Where ever you decide to travel in Canada will make for a unique and unforgettable experience due to the spectacular views and diverse culture.
Save your money, book off work, and go explore you're own country. Head to a big city, or discover a little pocket of Canada with the help of this list.
Here are 13 Canadian cities that need to be on your vacation bucket list:
1. Kamouraska // Quebec
Kamouraska is located on the south shore of the Saint Laurence River, and known for it's long standing tradition of eel fishing. If you're feeling adventurous check out the interpretative eel fishing centre in the village. Explore the water in kayaks or canoes and enjoy a relaxing a quiet vacation.
2. Churchill // Manitoba
Taking a vacation in Churchill, Manitoba is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Churchill is one of the few human settlements where you can come face to face with a polar bear or have a beluga whale ride up next to your kayak. It is also knows as one of the best places to witness the Northern Lights.
3. Kluane National Park // Yukon
Kluane National Park is located in the Southwest part of the Yukon and home to Canada's largest peak (Mount Logan - 5,959 meters). Known for the incredible day hikes and river rafting opportunities through caving glaciers. If you are extremely outdoorsy, this is the place for you.
4. Tofino // British Columbia
Tofino is the hub of west coast living in British Columbia. With surreal beaches and waves that'll blow your mind, head to Tofino if you're an experienced suffer or if you're hoping to learn.
5. Bay of Fundy // Nova Scotia
The Bay of Fundy is one of the seven wonders of North America. Visit here to learn about the highest tides on earth, catch a glimpse of some of the rarest whales in the world and explore the Flower Pot Rocks.
6. Muskoka // Ontario
Rent one of the many cottages surrounding Muskoka Lake in Ontario and have a relaxing vacation. Go swimming in the lake, rent kayaks, and finally finishing reading your book.
7. Cape Brenton Island // Nova Scotia
Home to the world famous Cabot Trail that should definitely be on your bucket list if you like hiking. Considered one the worlds most scenic destinations you should go and enjoy the view while also taking in the music, the food, and the culture.
8. Ottawa // Ontario
Maybe a bit more of an obvious one, Ottawa is absolutely a place every Canadian should visit. The Capital of Canada is filled with history, culture and not to mention the stunning parliament buildings that are sure to improve your patriotism.
9. Change Island // Newfoundland
The historic island is home to many hiking trails and fishing spots. Climb up the Indian Lookout to get a spectacular scenic view of the Notre Dame Bay.
10. Drumheller // Alberta
Drumheller is also known as the Dinosaur Capital of Canada. Visit this spot and release your inner Ross Geller by taking in the two dinosaur museums, exploring the badlands and posing next to the 86 feet high dinosaur replica.
11. Tobermory // Ontario
Head over to the Bruce Peninsula of Ontario and think you've discovered a Caribbean destination. Home to the beautiful Flowerpot Island that is only accessible by boat enjoy the crystal clear waters and infinite hiking trails along the water.
12. Mont Tremblant // Quebec
A popular destination in the winter due to its ski and snowboard opportunities. However, there is lots to do there in the summer as well such as rafting, mountain biking, paint balling, and horse back riding just to name a few.
13. Nelson // British Columbia
The unique town of Nelson is definitely worth the visit. Spend your days mountain biking and hiking or stay in the village and learn about the history and sit at one of the many adorable coffee shops.
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