- Drive through the breathtaking Rocky Mountains out west
- Admire the world-famous rushing cascades of Niagara Falls in Ontario
- Hike along the rugged coast of Newfoundland and Labrador
From majestic mountains to sprawling prairies and picturesque lakes, the breathtaking landscapes of Canada are as diverse as the many cultures that make up this great nation. You’ll find beautiful scenery, bustling cities and charming towns from coast to coast, with endless adventures to be had for every travel style. Embark on a hiking, canoeing or camping excursion in one of the country’s 46 national parks or 1,000 provincial parks; whether you want to explore the serene fjords of Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland and Labrador, hit the world-famous slopes of Whistler or paddle across the crystal-clear waters of Jasper National Park in Alberta. If you’re more of a city explorer, tour the cosmopolitan centres of Toronto, Vancouver or Montreal. No matter your travel style, there’s something for everyone to expalore across Canada.Read more
National language: English and French
Language notes: Hello and bonjour! In Canada there are two official national languages.
Currency: CAD (Canadian Dollar)
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What to buy: Canada is known for its extensive forests and from the mighty boughs of the maple tree comes one of Canada's finest exports: maple syrup. Different regions and even tree species create new flavours worth savouring over tasty pancakes or waffles. Canadian wine is also becoming increasingly popular, especially ice wine from Niagara thanks to our often below-freezing temperatures.Read more