Once you have traveled, the voyage never ends but is played out over and over again in the quietest chambers. The mind can never break off from the journey.-Pat Conroy
Many experienced travelers would agree to the fact that traveling is a sort of meditation that calms souls. From exploring new cities and meeting different people, it is indeed an activity that helps you take some time off from your hectic schedule and admire what the world offers.
However, when it comes to traveling, every travel enthusiast has a list of places he/she wants to go. And Canada tops every single one of them. The land of snow and maple syrup attracts travelers from across the world and leaves them with an awe experience.
If you haven’t listed this “Great White North” in your travel list, here’s why you should:
- Gold Mine for city explorers
If you are one of those travelers who love to explore cities, pack your bags immediately to explore some Canadian cities. According to some experienced nomads, Canada is the land of modern, multicultural, and colorful towns. Each city has a distinct personality and history.
For instance, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec City, Ontario, Ottawa, and Vancouver experience a lot of tourists as compared to other cities.
Due to the small geographical area, Canadian cities are much easier to explore and navigate than the other counterparts in The United States. To top it all, Canadians are often voted amongst the friendliest folks in the world.
- Land of spectacular Natural Wonders
Only a few countries in the world can boast about their natural wonders. Canada is one of them. With the highest coastline, mountain ranges, lakes, arctic lands, forests, and even a small amount of desert, Canada never fails to surprise with its diverse landscape.
The Canadian Rockies, Niagara Falls, Cabot Trail, and Nahanni National Park Reserve are some of the best tourist destinations to visit in Canada.
And, let’s not forget the famous Northern Lights. For the ones who don’t know, the hypnotic vision of the Northern Lights is a natural phenomenon. It includes a celestial light display that occurs due to the Sun’s charged particles’ interaction and the molecules and atoms in the Earth’s atmosphere.
Other than that, every year during the winter season, thousands of tourists gather to watch the dancing lights in Yukon, Nunavut, Northwest Territories, and Alaska.
- Hiking has its own charm
Since Canada is rich in mountain trails, it is one of the best places to hike. Many travelers love to throw their hiking boots on and set off to explore the unexplored in Canada.
There are many places you can choose for your hiking adventures, such as Killarney Park (Ontario), West Coast Trail (British Columbia), and Cape Breton National Highlands Park (Nova Scotia).
Some unexplored places like The Slesse Memorial Trail rest in the Cascade Mountains, near Chilliwack, BC. But, this trail is considered one of Canada’s worst Aviation crash sites.
Recently an experienced hiker penned down the detailed adventure at https://worldadventurists.com/the-slesse-memorial-trail-hiking-to-one-of-canadas-worst-aviation-disasters/. It will definitely help you with some insights on the destination.
No wonder why people rejoice when they come back from their trip to Canada. The country has so much to offer to its residents and tourists. The festivals, climate, and French heritage of the country are enough to attract travelers.
Wait! Did I mention that Canada is also one of the most affordable countries in The US? Bingo!
So, what are you waiting for? Book your tickets and have an extraordinary adventure.
Also, don’t forget to get the Maple Syrup.