Canada is one of a kind country that people, both locals and vacationers could not get enough of. There’s s much about this place that people would make the most while they are in the said place. Here’s a list of the Best things to see in Canada:
1. Distillery District in Toronto, Ontario
One of the most visited places in Ontario is the Distillery District that offers a wide variety of shops. One can also enjoy a walkathon or a walking tour around the area, as well as shopping, dining, drinking and appreciating the restored Victorian era buildings in the historic district. It is an interesting area that has a lot of fun and has a lot to offer for everyone. If you want to make the most out of your visit, it is best to tour in the district during the evening because the nightlife has a lot to offer.
2. Saint Joseph’s Oratory in Montreal, Quebec
Saint Joseph’s Oratory is the largest church in Canada as well as the largest church in the world dedicated to Saint Joseph. It is a Catholic Church basilica set on top of the Mount Royal. Even if it is a religious site, visitors still flock the area because its observatory offers a spectacular view of Montreal. The architectural design of the church too is majestic.
3. Canada’s Wonderland in Vaughan, Ontario
If you are seeking fun, you should visit and take rides in Canada’s Wonderland. Located in Vaughan, Ontario, this theme park offers various activities for the young and old! The park features 69 different rides including roller coasters and water park fun. Aside from the rides, there are also live entertainment, dining and shopping available inside the theme park.
4. Butchart Gardens in Central Saanich, British Columbia
Butchart Gardens is composed of various gardens – Italian Garden, Rose Garden and Japanese Garden. The much-admired floral displays in the gardens were started a hundred years ago and are still privately owned by the Butchart family. The gardens are beautiful and well maintained. Aside from the garden tour, the place also offers dining and entertainment. There are even fireworks during summer.
5. Royal British Columbia Museum in Victoria, British Columbia
The Royal British Columbia Museum opened its doors in 1886. Included in the galleries and exhibits of the museum is the province’s human and natural history. Aside from shedding light into British Columbia’s history, the Royal BC Museum also showcases a lot of arts and cultural artifacts.
6. Rideau Canal Ottawa, Ontario
The Rideau Canal offers a lot of activities such as fishing, cycling, canoeing, hiking, skating and other snow related activities. It is a World Heritage site that opened in 1832 and was built as a safe water route if ever Canada goes to war against USA. The Rideau Canal does not only serve as a waterway but also as a sanctuary for various wildlife species through its parks and conservation.
7. Fundy Bay in Brunswick, Nova Scotia
The highest tides in the worlds can be found in Fundy Bay. But it’s only a part of the majestic things Fundi bay can offer. The bay has also scenic rock formations and other seascapes. One can explore more of Fundy Bay through hiking, kayaking, white-rafter hiking and bird watching. The bay also boasts of abundant wildlife and marinelife.