dinosaur provincial park

If you've been dreaming of faraway lands with powdery white sands and turquoise waters, or cobblestone streets surrounded by European architecture, don't rush to book an international flight!

There are so many places in Canada that look like another country, so much so that they've earned nicknames like "Little Hawaii" and "the Canadian Alps."

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Visiting Dinosaur Provincial Park is like stepping into another world, and with a unique landscape that many probably don't associate with Canada.

The long stretches of amber-hued and "hauntingly beautiful" rocks and the dry terrain of the badlands would look at home in places like Arizona — but the stunning landscape is in Alberta waiting for you to explore it.

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Whether you've lived in Canada your entire life or have only recently moved to the Great White North, there's a whole host of Canadian bucket list experiences that everyone should aim to encounter at least once in their lifetime.

From savouring unique treats at Calgary's famous Stampede to taking in the breathtaking vistas of Banff's Moraine Lake or Lake Louise, or even getting up close to Niagara Falls, Canada is filled with once-in-a-lifetime adventures that you just won't find anywhere else.

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Canada is home to some incredible natural landscapes, including crystal lakes, towering waterfalls and vast national parks.

Some of these natural wonders have basically become icons of Canada, and no Canuck can really call themselves a true Canadian without seeing them.

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Planning fun summer activities can often mean spending quite a bit of change, but it doesn't always have to! There are tons of free things to do in Canada that still make for epic adventures, including staple attractions that are always crowd pleasers.

This summer, why not walk where dinosaurs once roamed in Alberta's Dinosaur Provincial Park, or check out a suspension bridge hike with a stunning natural pool at Lynn Canyon Park?

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