Niagara Falls: Niagara Falls is Canada’s most famous natural attraction, bringing in millions of visitors each year.
Banff National Park & the Rocky Mountains: Banff National Park lies in the heart of the majestic Rocky Mountains in the province of Alberta, and showcases some of Canada’s most beautiful scenery.
Toronto’s CN Tower: On the shores of Lake Ontario in Canada’s biggest city is the iconic CN Tower, one of Canada’s most famous landmarks.
Old Quebec (Vieux-Quebec): Old Quebec is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Canada’s historic gems. Spread across the Upper and Lower Town of Quebec, this area contains the city’s most historic buildings.
Whistler: Just a two-hour drive from Vancouver is the famous ski resort of Whistler Blackcomb and the year-round resort destination of Whistler.
Ottawa’s Parliament Hill; Ottawa’s Parliament Hill stands high above the Ottawa River and is graced by the Neo-Gothic-style Parliament buildings built in the last half of the 19th century.
St. John’s Signal Hill National Historic Site: At the entrance to St. John’s harbor, overlooking the city and sea, is Signal Hill National Historic Site.
Old Montreal: Old Montreal, lined with lovely historic buildings, is a place to go for great shopping and fine dining.
Polar Bears of Churchill, Manitoba: One of Canada’s most unique attractions is the polar bear migration that sees these beautiful creatures make their way from land out onto the ice in Hudson Bay, near the town of Churchill in Northern Manitoba.
Vancouver Island: Although it is less than a two-hour ferry ride from the mainland, Vancouver Island can seem a world away.
Bay of Fundy: The Bay of Fundy, located in Eastern Canada in between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, is known for its amazing tides.