O Canada: The True North
Monday 13th March 2017 |
With everything to offer, Canada is the place to visit this year.
Stereotypes are rarely entirely accurate but the one of Canadians being super friendly and welcoming people is absolutely correct. And it’s no wonder, as they live in one of the most beautiful countries on earth.
Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast or an urban explorer Canada is the perfect playground. Yes it sadly can be quite expensive and may seem dauntingly huge but there are a number of great spots that are in more manageable areas.
Vancouver on the west coast is surrounded by beautiful scenery as well as boasting a wicked nightlife. From there take a ferry trip to Vancouver Island and go surfing or for long walks along the beaches of Tofino.
Once back on the mainland take a trip to Whistler or Revelstoke to see what the province of British Columbia is all about, winter or summer.
Whistler is not only one of the best ski towns in the world, it is also one of the best to party!
Between the provinces of Ontario and Quebec, some of the best cities on the planet exist. Both Toronto, Ontario and Montreal, Quebec are awesome metropolises full of diverse cultures, spectacular skylines and large green spaces.
From Toronto you can visit the touristy but nonetheless jaw-dropping Niagara Falls for a fun day trip. If you fancy a weekend in the woods, rent out a canoe and some camping gear to truly experience the Canadian wilderness in the extremely peaceful Algonquin Provincial Park.
Canoe tripping in Algonquin Park, Ontario, you’re sure to see some of country’s most famous wildlife.
There is much to see in this stunning country, and I haven’t even mentioned Banff National Park in Alberta or the incredible eastern coastline of the Maritime Provinces. Take 2 weeks to see a certain area or 2 months to attempt most of the country.
But if you’d like to live and work out there for up to 2 years find out more here!