Canada is home to stunning views, natural landscapes, and abundant wildlife. From coast to coast, there are surreal experiences waiting to be had. Here are eight experiences to add to your bucket list.
1. See the polar bears in Churchill, Manitoba
Churchill is one of the few places in the world where you can still see these magnificent creatures.
2. Stand in the middle of the Capilano Suspension Bridge in North Vancouver, British Columbia
140 meters long and 70 meters above the river, the Capilano Suspension Bridge is not for the faint of heart. It’s located in North Vancouver, British Columbia, and is surrounded by some amazing hikes in the area.
3. Hear the thundering roar of Alexandra Falls in the Northwest Territories
This isn’t your typical waterfall. The Northwest Territories feature some of the most stunning landscapes in all of Canada, and there are no walkways or warning signs to keep you at a safe distance. Be careful, and take in the beauty of Alexandra at your own risk!
4. Canoe to the center of Lake Louise, Alberta
Lake Louise and Banff, Alberta could be considered the most stunning place in the province along with Jasper. The crystal blue waters and steep mountains surrounding the lake give it its distinctive look that you’ll never forget.
5. View the Aurora Borealis in Northern Saskatchewan
The land of the living skies is home to some of the best views in the country, none of which are better than taking in the Northern Lights. The views seem to go on forever.
6. Sleep in a treehouse on Vancouver Island
This may be the most interesting place to stay in all of Canada. Stay in a treehouse on Vancouver Island and wake up amongst the wilderness.
7. Conquer your fear of heights in Kamouraska, Quebec
One of the best ways to conquer your fears is to tackle them head-on! Take in a sunset as you climb and enjoy the amazing views in Kamouraska, Quebec.
8. Take a road trip through Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
The northern part of Nova Scotia is home to some of the most beautiful views in the Maritimes, and we love driving through them. Especially in the Fall!