Being blessed with stunning scenery, with the architectural heritages, unique culture, Canada is the dream destination of many tourists.
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Vancouver Centre at dusk
Harbour Centre became the symbol of Vancouver since the opening in 1977. On the top is an observation deck 360 ° Vancouver Lookout and a restaurant. Glass elevator from the ground up to the top takes only 40 seconds.
Sightseeing Vancouver from zipline
One of the ways to discover Vancouver brings thrills are going zipline through the jungle, mountain cliffs, ravines at Grouse Mountain range. Where to go zipline less than 30 minutes by car from downtown of Vancouver, visitors can travel by buses and other vehicles of public transport.
Joffre Lakes Provincial Park
The park near Vancouver 3 hours drive, famous for its three blue lake.
Wonderland statue in Calgary
The Bow in Calgary centre is the tallest building in the city, and the second highest in Canada outside of Toronto. Outside the building is a head statue of a young girl of 12 meters high, was bending wire, completed in 2013.
Auroras on Cascade Mountain, Banff National Park
The ideal aurora watching area near Calgary International Airport is just a 1.5 hour drive.
Horsethief Canyon, Alberta’s Canadian Badlands
The Pow Wow First Nations festival includes singing, dancing, eating and drinking near Drumheller town, Alberta. The town is famous for the Royal Tyrrell Museum, home to the largest dinosaur fossils in the world.
Horseback Riding along South Saskatchewan river
Try to enjoy yourself in life on the steppe in La Reata, horseback riding every day, eat barbecue and listen to the stories of cowboys is a memorable experience.
Beluga Whale, Churchill
Churchill, Manitoba’s most famous for polar bear species, and in Hudson Bay coastal areas are also where the world’s largest population of Beluga whale, with 57,000 children appeared from mid-June to mid-May 9.
Experience thrills at the CN Tower, Toronto
Located at an altitude of 548 meters, CN Tower was held world record for the highest tower before took throne her on the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. Visitors can watching Toronto by join EdgeWalk for a chance to walk around the roof of the 360 restaurant.
Practice Yoga at Parliament Hill, Ottawa
The Hill attracts 3 million visitors each year. At noon on Wednesday during the summer, here organized free yoga on the lawn.
Niagara Falls, Ontario
This is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world. In this picture is the Horseshoe fall viewed from above at the US – Canada border.
Thunder Bay, Ontario
Surrounded by forests and lakes, beautiful scenery, isolated from urban life. The nearest city is Winnipeg, which is 703 km distance.
Old Québec, Québec City
Ancient architectures, paved cobblestoned streets, lovely boutique shops, Québec City has bold unique Canadian culture.
Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick
This is where the highest tides of the earth, with 100 billion tonnes of seawater flow in the bay every day.
Flowing ice in Newfoundland and Labrador
Spring and early summer is the ideal time to watch the ice stream here. From Twillingate to St. John’s, visitors can admire by walking along the beach, or take a boat tour, kayak.