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Canada


Description

The land of our ancestors is so vast that it is difficult to know where to begin to describe it. Canada, the second largest country in the world after Russia, has so much to offer! In fact, many natural, cultural and historical treasures can be found from coast to coast. It includes 42 national parks, each one more beautiful than the next. Whether you visit the first Viking settlements in Newfoundland, Baffin Island, the Prairies, the Rockies or Vancouver Island, your memory will be filled forever with the beauty of the landscape. No need to rush to tropical countries! Canada is the perfect place for a dream vacation, summer or winter.


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What to do in Canada


Atlantic provinces

Let's start with the Maritimes. Cavendish Beach, Prince Edward Island, is a real paradise. It is considered by many to be the most beautiful beach on the island. It's a must-see! The famous Fundy National Park in New Brunswick is an absolutely beautiful setting where you can kayak and hike. Finally, you have to take a trip to Halifax, Nova Scotia's main port. You can eat well and be entertained in this vibrant city. While you're there, you should visit its beautiful public gardens, where you're sure to be impressed by the wide variety of subtropical species.


The Prairies

At the center of our great country are The Canadian Prairies, one of the most important agricultural regions in the world. If you've never driven across it, you're missing out! There is nothing more relaxing than to look out over the wheat fields that stretch as far as the eye can see. Make a stop at Prince Albert National Park in Saskatchewan, where you can hike while enjoying the wildlife. You could also visit the St. Boniface Museum in Manitoba, which is dedicated to Métis culture and Franco-Manitoban historical heritage. 


The West and the Rockies

As we head further west, we are struck by the beauty of one of the world’s greatest natural barriers called the Rocky Mountains. Located between Alberta and British Columbia, this mountain range is home to some of the most beautiful national parks in the world. One immediately thinks of Banff National Park, visited by millions of people each year, impressive with the beauty of its trails and turquoise lakes. The West is also Vancouver, and Vancouver Island, a paradise for salmon fishing, wild mushrooms picking and surfing. Anyone who has ever been there will tell you: the West leaves no one indifferent.


The Far North

First and foremost, Canada is the North, the wilderness, the great white silence. North of the Arctic Circle, you can contemplate breathtaking landscapes and discover Inuit culture, whose hospitality is legendary, among other things. You must drive the Dempster Highway, the mythical road that runs through northern Yukon to the Northwest Territories. In Nunavik, you can enjoy sea kayaking, an experience you won't soon forget. The North is also home to the Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis. In winter, you will be completely amazed by the beauty of “dancing” lights in the great starry sky. If you're in need of introspection, you should definitely take a trip to Canada's North.


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