Victoria’s Inner Harbour: Few Canadian cities have done such a beautiful job of developing their waterfront area as Victoria and its Inner Harbour.
Gros Morne National Park: Newfoundland’s Gros Morne National Park is more remote than many of Canada’s most popular national parks, but worth the effort to discover this beautiful landscape of mountains and fjords.
- Vancouver’s Stanley Park: One of Vancouver’s greatest treasures is the 405-hectare Stanley Park, conveniently located on the west side of the downtown area.
- Calgary Stampede: This 10-day affair is one of the most widely anticipated events in Western Canada, with many locals and summertime travelers planning their holidays around the Calgary Stampede.
- Canadian Museum for Human Rights: Winnipeg’s newest major attraction, which has drawn both national and international attention, is the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
- The Okanagan Valley: Locals who live in Penticton and Kelowna like to say that the Okanagan Valley is located on the warm side of the mountains from neighboring Alberta.
- Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park: The province of Saskatchewan and Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park in particular, are often overlooked as places to visit in Canada.
19. Royal Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller: One of the world’s premier dinosaur museums, the Royal Tyrrel is not to be missed.
- Dawson City: Home of the 19th-century gold rush, Dawson City today finds its gold in the pockets of the happy visitors that come to see what life was like back in those crazy days.
- Rideau Canal: The historic Rideau Canal is a beloved four-season playground for the residents and visitors to Eastern Ontario.