A land of diversity, Canada serves as the proud home to cliffs covered with verdant grass, frozen lakes, coastal towns, and snow-capped mountains.
It doesn’t matter if it is your 10th visit to Canada or your first time exploring the land, there are hidden beauties in this magical country waiting to be discovered.
Here are the 15 most incredible places to visit in Canada you should definitely not miss out on:
1. Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario
Algonquin Provincial Park is home to unique cultural values, exciting water pursuits, and various wildlife and is the first of its kind in the entire Ontario area.
2. Banff National Park
The beautiful landscapes of Banff National Park make it one of the most famous destinations in Canada, a must-visit, especially for nature lovers.
3. Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick
Visitors can look forward to a trifecta of amazing natural wonders in the Bay of Fundy, such as whale migrations, one of the planet’s most exceptional tidal systems, and dinosaur fossils.
4. Big Muddy Badlands, Saskatchewan
Big Muddy Badlands is where you should go if you want a change of landscape. Its panoramic landscape of towering cliffs, mystical caves, and hilly grassland is reminiscent of a western film setting.
5. Cheakamus Lake
Cheakamus Lake is the best place to be if you want to experience the best hike of your life. It is renowned among travelers craving a hilly adventure while trekking the gorgeous mountains perfect for picnicking and sightseeing.
6. Churchill, Manitoba
The scenic town of Churchill is dubbed the “bear capital of the world” where you get the chance to be up close and personal with polar bears.
7. Glacier National Park
Popular as the Crown of the Continent, Glacier National Park is a true paradise on earth for backpackers and hikers and is among the few remaining intact ecosystems in entire North America.
8. Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland & Labrador
Gros Morne National Park is a UNESCO world heritage site that features long stretches of sandy beaches, exposed red rock mantle, sky-high waterfalls, fjords carved from glaciers that jut out of the water.
9. Lake Louise, Banff National Park, Alberta
Nothing is as breathtaking as this captivating panorama of a greenish-blue glacier lake with the towering Rocky Mountains as the backdrop.
10. Lunenburg, Nova Scotia
If you want to reconnect with nature while still enjoying modern comforts, Lunenburg’s historic town gives you the best of both worlds.
11. Mount Logan
North America’s second-highest peak and the country’s highest peak, the mighty Mount Logan towers high in the remote glaciated plateau in Kluane National Park.
12. Niagara Falls
The awe-inspiring waterfalls don’t need any introduction at all. No visit to Canada will ever be complete if you don’t add it to your must-see attractions.
13. Okanagan Valley
Winemaking countries are more appealing to the eye of tourists and just so you know, stepping into Okanagan Valley is like walking into paradise with its massive fruit orchards and wineries.
14. Tofino, Vancouver Island, British Columbia
Tofino’s hippy haven is now transformed into an ecotown and is among the most in-demand destinations for those looking for water sports adventures.
Blackcomb and Whistler’s spectacular mountains serve as the background for Whistler resort which is North America’s biggest and most popular alpine ski destination.
Which of these 15 most incredible places to visit in Canada do you want to go to first?