Published on November 15th, 2016 | by Leanne Haney

6 of the Most Majestic Places to Visit in Canada

Canada has topped the Lonely Planet’s Best In Travel 2017 list as the #1 country to visit in the world. Our nation’s natural wonders are something to behold.  Not to mention we’ll be celebrating our 150th birthday in true Canadian fashion the whole year long.

For now, let us humbly recognise the victory with a tribute to some of the most amazing sights right in our own backyard.

Pics of Canada’s Most Breathtaking Destinations

Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia

One of Canada’s most popular tourist attractions, Peggy’s Cove is a quaint little fishing town that seems to have been frozen in time. The rugged rocks that bank the Atlantic Ocean, stray lobster traps and painted fishing huts are a photographer’s delight.

Peggy's Cove is a small rural community located on the eastern shore of St. Margarets Bay in Nova Scotia's Halifax Regional Municipality, which is famous for the Peggy's Point Lighthouse (established 1868).

Hopewell Rocks, New Brunswick

Depending on the time of day, you can kayak around the Flowerpot Rocks or walk the ocean bed when the tide is out. There’s nothing quite like it anywhere else.

Tides at Hopewell Rocks in the Bay of Fundy are the world's highest.

Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

Among one of the best places to see the Northern Lights in Canada, Yellowknife is full of stereotypical Canadian adventures. Get your fill of dog sledding, snowmobile tours and ice fishing.

Aurora borealis, northern lights

Muskoka, Ontario

One of Ontario’s most sought-after regions during the lazy days of summer, Muskoka is at the heart of central Canada’s cottage country. Hiking, boating, or simply relaxing on the edge of a dock are what summer vacations are made of up here.

Pine tree on granite bedrock of Canadian Shield in Muskoka cottage country in Ontario Canada

Lake Louise, Alberta

If it’s not already on your bucket list, you need to add this one. Lake Louise is truly unique with its majestic mountain backdrop, and crystal turquoise glacier waters. Hike the lake’s perimeter or, if you’re fortunate enough, spend a night in the stunning Fairmont Chateau and relish the view.

This shot is on Lake Louise on a cloudy day. It is a stunning lake.

North Vancouver, British Columbia

Impressively spanning 140 metres long and 70 metres high, the Capilano Bridge in North Vancouver is not for the faint of heart. Walking among the tree tops surrounded by the spectacular Canadian wilderness, however, is an experience you’ll always carry in your heart.

Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver

We Canadians are truly fortunate to live in such a majestic country. If we’ve inspired you to take trip across the Great White North, come talk to us.  We can help you get there.

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