15 reasons why you should visit Canada at least once in your lifetime

Being blessed with stunning scenery, architectural heritages, unique culture, Canada is the dream destination of many tourists.

Vancouver Centre at dusk

vancouver canada city centre at dusk
Photo: Magnus Larsson.

Since its inception in 1977, the Harbour Centre has become a symbol of Vancouver. A restaurant and an observation deck 360 ° Vancouver Lookout are located on the roof. The glass elevator takes only 40 seconds to get from the ground to the top.

Sightseeing Vancouver from zipline

vancouver zipline
Photo: Grouse Mountain.

Going ziplining through the jungle, mountain cliffs, and ravines at Grouse Mountain range is one of the thrilling ways to discover Vancouver. Where to go zipline is less than 30 minutes by car from downtown Vancouver, and visitors can travel by buses and other public transportation vehicles.

Joffre Lakes Provincial Park

Joffre Lakes Provincial Park canada
Photo: Mirae Campbell.

The park is three hours drive from Vancouver and is famous for its three blue lakes.

Wonderland statue in Calgary

statue Wonderland the bow Calgary
Photo: marikitjen.

The Bow in Calgary’s downtown is the city’s tallest structure and the second tallest structure in Canada outside of Toronto. Outside the building is a 12 meter high head statue of a young girl bending wire, which was completed in 2013.

Auroras on Cascade Mountain, Banff National Park

auroras Cascade moutain banff
Photo: Paul Zizka.

The best aurora viewing area near Calgary International Airport is only a 1.5-hour drive away.

Horsethief Canyon, Alberta’s Canadian Badlands

First Nations pow wow alberta canada
Photo: Sean Thomson.

The Pow Wow First Nations festival in Drumheller, Alberta, includes singing, dancing, eating, and drinking. The Royal Tyrrell Museum, which houses the world’s largest dinosaur fossils, is well-known in the town.

Horseback Riding along South Saskatchewan river

horseback riding South Saskatchewan river
Photo: Greg Huszar.

Try to enjoy life on the steppe in La Reata; horseback riding every day, eating barbecue, and listening to cowboy stories are all memorable experiences.

Beluga Whale, Churchill

Beluga whale churchill canada
Photo: @discover_churchill.

Churchill, Manitoba’s most famous polar bear species, and the Hudson Bay coastal areas are also home to the world’s largest population of Beluga whales, with 57,000 children appearing between mid-June and mid-May 9.

Experience thrills at the CN Tower, Toronto

CN Tower Toronto observation deck
Photo: Destination Canada.

The CN Tower, located at an altitude of 548 meters, held the world record for the highest tower until the Burj Khalifa in Dubai surpassed it. Visitors can observe Toronto by joining EdgeWalk for a chance to walk around the 360 restaurant’s roof.

Practice Yoga at Parliament Hill, Ottawa

Parliament Hill Ottawa yoga on lawn
Photo: Ottawa Tourism.

Every year, 3 million people visit the Hill. During the summer, here organized free yoga on the lawn at noon on Wednesdays.

Niagara Falls, Ontario

horseshoe Niagara fall Ontario above
Photo: Destination Canada.

This is one of the most beautiful waterfalls on the planet. This is a view of the Horseshoe Falls from above, near the US-Canada border.

Thunder Bay, Ontario

Thunder Bay Ontario
Photo: Justin T. Stevens.

Beautiful scenery surrounded by forests and lakes, away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Winnipeg, located 703 kilometers away, is the closest city.

Old Québec, Québec City

Old Québec Québec City
Photo: colleenamelia.

Québec City has a bold, distinct Canadian culture, with ancient architectures, cobblestoned streets, and lovely boutique shops.

Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick

Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick canada
Photo: Destination Canada.

This is where the world’s highest tides occur, with 100 billion tonnes of seawater flowing through the bay every day.

Flowing ice in Newfoundland and Labrador

flowing ice Newfoundland Labrador
Photo: Linkum Tours.

The best time to see the ice stream here is in the spring and early summer. From Twillingate to St. John’s, visitors can admire the scenery by walking along the beach, taking a boat tour, or kayaking.