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13 Surreal Places Every Canadian Needs to Visit In Each Province And Territory

Discover the beauty of the Great White North.
13 Surreal Places Every Canadian Needs to Visit In Each Province And Territory

Canada's beauty is truly one of a kind. Some people may think that the only thing Canada has to offer is ice and snow because it's up north; but in reality, it's home to some of the most breathtaking natural places in the world.

READ ALSO: 14 Surreal Places In Ontario You Won’t Believe Really Exist

If you're Canadian and looking for some new places to travel, make sure to add these 13 surreal places to your bucket list:

British Columbia

Haida Gwaii


Athabasca Ice Cave

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Castle Butte




Cyprus Lake Grotto


Pingualuit Crater

Newfoundland and Labrador

10 Mile Pond

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New Brunswick

Bay of Fundy

Nova Scotia

Cabot Trail

Prince Edward Island

Cavendish Beach


Emerald Lake

Northwest Territories

Fairy Meadows

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Mount Thor

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