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Wildlife, unspoilt wilderness, vibrant cities and some of the world’s most accessible viewing opportunities...

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Canada has the world's longest coastline, measuring 243,042 km, has the three bordering oceans of the Pacific, Arctic and Atlantic, plus 31,752 lakes, so there is no shortage of things to explore.

I adore it and have spent considerable time in many different areas across this wonderful country so am very qualified to recommend based on personal experience.

Reasons to visit include:


  • One of the world’s most beautiful train journeys onboard the Rocky Mountaineer

  • Spectacular wildlife such as the polar bears of Churchill, bear viewing in British Columbia and whales watching off Cape Breton or Vancouver Island

  • The unexplored Maritime provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island

  • The French-Canadian cities of Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec

  • Newfoundland’s national parks, icebergs and whales

  • Peggy's Cove in Nova Scotia - Canada's most photographed lighthouse

  • Fall foliage in Alberta, Cape Breton and the Laurentian Mountains in Quebec

Three To See

From Susan's Blog

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