Canada is a traveller's paradise. Its unique geography gives rise to an extensive range of natural wonders and cool places that are perfect for satisfying the wanderlust.
This makes it kind of a mosaic of different places from around the world. There's no need to hop on a plane to get your nature fix - you'll find mountains, lakes, deserts, badlands and even Arctic tundra all in a single land.
If you're looking to explore Canada, here's a helpful guide of the top 5 things you must do in every province and territory:
Prince Edward Island
Newfoundland and Labrador
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Capilano Suspension Bridge
A 140-metre-long pedestrian path suspended 70 metres above a surging river that cuts through a massive canyon in Vancouver.
Stanley Park Seawall
A stone wall erected around the perimeter of the iconic Stanley Park that makes for a scenic walk or bike ride.
Sea To Sky Gondola
A gondola takes passengers to the top of a mountain where there are epic viewing platforms, suspension bridges and scenic hiking trails.
Whistler Blackcomb Resort
A world-renowned ski resort perfect for ski enthusiasts in the winter and vacationers in the summer.
A region consisting of ancient Canadian rainforests, secluded beaches, colossal mountains and scenic trails.
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A 1-km walkway made entirely of glass that overlooks a stunning 280-metre drop in Banff National Park.
One of the most photographed lakes in the world, known for its pure blue colour and nearby award-winning hotel resort.
An annual ten-day rodeo, festival and exhibition held every July that celebrates Calgary's heritage and roots.
West Edmonton Mall
The largest shopping mall in North America that boasts an indoor waterpark, exclusive entertainment and several name brands.
An epic hiking trail that takes explorers through the rugged badlands and dinosaur region of Alberta.
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Unique beaches in Prince Albert National Park with purple-coloured sand that resulted from centuries of glacial activity.
A spectacular array of sandcastles and hills that offer a refreshing atmosphere in the flatlands of the Prairies.
Big Muddy Badlands
A "spectacl of nature's architecture" that consists of beautiful rock formations such as the iconic Castle Butte.
Tunnels of Moose Jaw
A year-round tourist attraction that offers historical guides on the tunnels once used by gangster Al Capone during the bootlegging days.
Undoubtedly Saskatchewan's pride and joy, the Saskatchewan Roughriders are a Canadian football team based in the provincial capital of Regina.
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A historic site that serves as a public hub for shops, restaurants and urban parks in Winnipeg.
A national historic site of Canada that features over 50 amazing restaurants for the die-hard foodie.
A recreational area that features a spacious green space and a popular animal zoo.
An unusual hotel-on-wheels that takes sightseers to the land of the polar bears, where they can spend a night in their territory.
Souris Swinging Bridge
A historic suspension bridge measuring 184 metres long that is known for its characteristic bouncing motion.
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The Grotto and Indian Head Cove
Two incredible formations in the Bruce Peninsula that are made up of rugged rocks and crystal clear waters.
Journey Behind The Falls
A tourist attraction that takes people behind the famous Niagara Falls for viewing during the day or evening (when the lights turn on).
1000 Islands Boat Tour
A scenic boat ride run by Gananoque Boat Lines that takes tourists through the historic waters of the 1000 islands.
The political heart of the country that holds historic tours, shows and festivals throughout the year.
CN Tower Edge Walk
An adrenaline-pumping attraction that allows participants to walk outside the top of the CN Tower on a ledge that is 356 metres above ground.
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A major street in Montreal known for its rich cultural heritage and trendy commercial spots.
Arguably the most beautiful site of Old Quebec that features European-like streets and architecture.
Hôtel de Glace
An unusual accommodation made entirely of ice and snow, from the structure to the furniture.
A stretch of land along the St. Lawrence River that offers the best opportunities for whale watching.
Îles de la Madeleine
Gulf of St. Lawrence
A beautiful island just off the Gaspe Peninsula with a gorgeous landscape and tranquil beaches.
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Bay of Fundy
A unique formation of towering rocks that sit on the site of the world's highest recorded tides.
Grand Manan Island
Bay of Fundy
A varied landscape that's home to unique creatures like puffins, migrating whales and a variety of bird species.
St. Andrews By-The-Sea
Voted the best destination in Canada by USA Today, St. Andrews By-The-Sea is the perfect place to escape the troubles of city living.
Fundy Trail Parkway
A 2,600-hectare park the features stunning lookouts along the Bay of Fundy coastline.
A Marine Wonder of the World that has a cool zip line starting from the top of a historic lighthouse.
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A boardwalk community that has a mix of small town businesses, cute shops and eats, and fun local festivals.
A scenic roadway through the Cape Breton Highlands that has been named one of the greatest drives in the world.
Bay of Fundy
A charming wine country situated between two parallel mountain ranges along the Bay of Fundy shore.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its colourful buildings and vibrant community.
A national park that features traditional encampment areas, scenic canoe routes and ancient petroglyphs.
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Prince Edward Island
A hidden gem that features red stone cliffs, sand beaches, rolling dunes and explorable caves.
An 8-km stretch of sandy shore that is also the site of the popular Cavendish Beach Music Festival for country music fans.
A cozy resort town with picturesque views and a peaceful community that's perfect for a vacation getaway.
A 470-km trail running through the entire island that offers sightseeing opportunities for biking enthusiasts.
A replica of the fictional town of Anne of Green Gables that features several cute shops an restaurants.
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Newfoundland and Labrador
Long Range Mountains
A national park with some of the most striking views in the country, like the Western Brook Pond, the Long Range Traverse and the Tablelands.
"The best and largest harbour in all the Land," known for its great fishing opportunities an amazing seafood.
A small community that sits by the shore that frequently receives migrating whales and passing icebergs.
Fogo Island Inn
An ultra-modern resort that features high-end rooms and luxury amenities such as an art gallery, cinema and rooftop hot tubs.
East Coast Trail
A long distance-footpath that combines the beauty of the wilderness with the vibrancy of small towns scattered along its way.
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A spectacular lake known for its intense green colour and mountain backdrop.
A popular hotel in Dawson City that was once a historic brothel.
Sign Post Forest
A collection of signs from all over the world along the Alaska Highway.
Takhini Hot Springs
A century-old hot spring that features two pools with mineral-rich waters.
A vista point that offers a spectacular view of Dawson City from a cliff.
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A northern resort that allows guests to sleep in traditional tipis under the glamour of the Northern Lights.
A surging waterfall taller than Niagara Falls, stretching 500-metres into the sky.
Great Slave Lake
The second largest lake in Canada is also a prime location for recreational fishing and boating.
A surreal valley under a mountain range called "The Cirque of the Unclimbables" that features gentle trails with awesome views.
A historic town that has managed to retain some elements from the "Dirty Thirties" era.
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Boasts the largest vertical drop in the world with an elevation of 1,675 metres.
Prince Leopold Island
A remote land suited for extreme adventurers that also serves as a migratory bird sanctuary.
A national park that consists of extreme summits and unusual arctic wildlife.
A scenic landscape featuring rocky bedrock hills and colourful heath tundra.
A tiny hamlet with a vibrant community that sits at the entrance to the historic Northwest Passage.