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7 Popular Tourist Attractions in Canada

tourist attractions in Canada

Overwhelming scenery, lively cities and a friendly atmosphere make Canada a popular tourist destination all across the world. Canada is situated in the northern-most area of the North America and in north it is bordered by the Arctic Ocean and the United States on the south. This country has much to offer the tourists, from island tourist attractions to picturesque mountain waterfalls. Hence, the 7 most popular tourist attractions in Canada are as following:

1. Moraine Lake

Moraine Lake, in Banff National Park is one of the most popular places in the Canada. This glacier fed lake is a stunning blue-green in colour which is surrounded by the hills in Alberta. This is located in the Valley of the Ten Peaks at the height of 6,183 feet. The Rockpile Trail is well-liked with tourists who click their photos at its end. Hence, you must visit this place while on your next trip to Canada.

2. Niagara Falls

Many people think that Niagara falls is a waterfall in the United States but in real Niagara Falls is mainly the three falls on the boundary amid the United States and Canada. Horseshoe fall is the main fall and is situated mainly on the Canadian side. When the three falls combine together then they have a higher flow rate than any other waterfall in the world.

3. Bay of Fundy

The Bay of Fundy, is situated on the Atlantic coast and is renowned for its high tidal array. Due to the exclusive shape of the bay, the disparity in water level between the high tide and low tide can be as much as 52 feet. In Bay of Fundy, one of the best places to look at the tides is the Hopewell Rocks where a number of sandstone towers are topped by trees. So, don’t miss this place while you are in Canada.

4. Vieux-Quebec

Vieux-Qu├ębec, is a momentous district in the Quebec City. This is the place where the French explorer Samuel de Champlain established the Saint Louis Fort in the year 1608. The military existence here was strong under both the British and French, with the area being greatly fortified. At present it is a tourist region with many small boutiques and several of historical as well as photographic points of interest. Here you can also enjoy the appeal of European style shopping on Rue Saint Jean.

5. Victoria's Inner Harbour

Victoria’s Inner Harbour on the Vancouver Island is a nice place for a holiday. There is the water on one side and stately government buildings on the other side since the Victoria is the capital of British Columbia. The place mainly hosts a typical boat festival on Labour Day in the month of September, with the port filling up with boats. Tourists can also navigate the port on kayaks or on the tour boats.

6. Churchill

Churchill is a small town of 1,000 residents in the Manitoba province on the Hudson Bay shore. But this place draws enormous crowds each year for seeing its most renowned inhabitants, the polar bears. This place is nicknamed as the “Polar Bear Capital of the World,” and is one of the top visitor attractions in Canada. Apart from the Polar bears, Churchill is also a famous place for seeing aurora borealis, beluga whales and birds.

7. Gros Morne National Park

Gros Morne National Park in the Newfoundland is vital to the world, in terms of geologically; because the prehistoric rocks help people in understanding that how the oceans and continents were formed. The park is a nature lover’s heaven featuring the alpine setting of the Long Range Mountains. Furthermore, you can visit to this place on summers as well as in winters when the park experiences mini-boom in snowmobiling and cross country skiing.

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