Banff National Park & Lake Louise, Alberta
Banff National Park is famous for its surreally coloured lakes, majestic mountains and endless outdoor adventures. Canada’s first national park and the world’s third, it has a rich heritage as one of the world’s most awe-inspiring mountain destinations.
Walk along the fortified walls surrounding this UNESCO World Heritage Site and admire the view from many different vantage points.
The CN Tower is Toronto’s most famous landmark and the first touristic place to visit upon arriving in the city.
Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta
Dinosaur Provincial Park boasts extensive fossil deposits and you can dig for dinosaur bones too.
Thunder Cove Beach, Prince Edward Island
Thunder Cove Beach is one of those hidden gems that locals try to keep for themselves. Thunder Cove is so much different. The shore and beach is geologically diverse and a real-time example of how water and wind shape and change the Island landscape.
Haida Gwaii, British Columbia
Formerly known as the "The Queen Charlotte Islands," Haida Gwaii is an ancient Canadian archipelago located just off the coast of British Columbia. Its name translates to "Islands of the People," and is the perfect combination of both remote and accessible.
Athabasca Sand Dunes Provincial Park, Saskatchewan
The Athabasca Sand Dunes are one of the most exciting and enticing wilderness destinations in Northern Saskatchewan.
Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland and Labrador
It took 485 million years for Mother Nature to create Gros Morne National Park, a place unlike any other on earth.
Auyuittuq National Park, Nunavut
Auyuittuq National Park is a place that will awaken and inspire you
Niagra Falls, Ontario
Niagra Falls is one of the world's most stunning Natural wonders.