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10 Bucket List Destinations in Canada

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With a country so vast and beautiful, it’s no surprise there are many bucket list destinations in Canada. Measuring in at 9.98 million km², Canada, with its 10 provinces and 3 territories, is the second largest country in the world. We have been lucky to see so much of our home country. We wanted to share 10  Bucket List destinations in Canada that we have visited that have truly inspired our wanderlust.

Destinations in Canada from east to west:

1. Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland and Labrador

One of our favorite bucket list destinations in Canada is Gros Morne National Park is located in western Newfoundland. In Gros Morne National Park, you can actually walk on the earth’s mantle which is why it is not surprising that it is a Canadian UNESCO world heritage site. There are many family-friendly hikes inside the park, ranging from easy to difficult. Be sure to stop by the visitor’s center. The park rangers are friendly and a useful resource for planning your itinerary.

Two muskoka chairs on grass overlooking the ocean from trail at Gros Morne National Park is one of the iconic destinations in Canada.

Besides hiking, another way to explore Gros Morne National Park is by cruising Western Brook Pond by boat tour. The boat tour allows you to view the 2,000-foot sheer rock cliff faces and many beautiful waterfalls while providing a historical narration of the area.

Log in the waters at Western Brook Pond in Gros Morne National Park one of our bucket list destinations in Canada.

Where to Stay in Gros Morne National Park

Camping in the summer months in and around Gros Morne National Park is amazing. But for those not looking to lug a tent with them through the Newfoundland National Park, we suggest either Neddies Harbour Inn, Norris Point or where we stayed, Fisherman’s Landing Inn, Rocky Harbour.

2. Cabot Trail, Nova Scotia

The Cabot Trail is a scenic highway the runs along the eastern and western coastlines of Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia. The famous Nova Scotia loop has many overlooks and points of interest along the way. The Cabot Trail can be explored year round. During summertime, it’s possible to spot whales during your drive!

The Cabot Trail in Cape Breton Island is one our bucket list destinations in Canada.

Where to Stay along the Cabot Trail in Nova Scotia

Camping and RV trips along the Cabot Trail are amazing. But for those looking for a more relaxed journey, here are our favorite hotels on the Cabot Trail in Nova Scotia. Cabot Shores in Indian Brook offers a rustic vibe and great activities. Lantern Hill & Hollow in Ingonish has a private beach and cozy cottages perfect for watching the sunset.

3. Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia

Peggy’s Cove is a picturesque town on the eastern side of St. Margaret’s Bay, Nova Scotia. Peggy’s Cove is famous for the iconic Peggy’s Point Lighthouse. Even if you don’t like lighthouses, Peggy’s Cove in Nova Scotia is still worthy of your bucket list. Close to sunset, when crowds from the large tourist buses have disappeared, sit on the rocks, watch the Atlantic ocean crash waves onto rocks and wait for the sun to disappear beneath the horizon.

Peggys Point Lighthouse in Peggy's Cove one of our bucket list destinations in Canada.

Where to Stay in Peggy’s Cove Nova Scotia

It’s hard not to get caught up in the authentic Maritime feel of Peggy’s Cove. So a hotel that matches its charm is a must. For us, the best hotels in Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia are Oceanstone Seaside Resort in Indian Harbour is picture perfect hotel located not far from Peggy’s Cove. For those willing to venture a little further from Peggy’s Cove, Dauphinee Inn in Hubbards oozes Maritime charm.

4. Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island, popularly known as PEI, is a Maritime island province connected to the rest of Canada via the Confederation Bridge. That’s right. We think the whole island is bucket list destination! Prince Edward Island is ringed by gorgeous red sand beaches. At some of these beaches, it is possible to dig for clams. No wonder the island is known for its fresh seafood. The interior of Prince Edward Island is very fertile and is the inspiration for Lucy Maud Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables.

Recently dug up clams sit next to piles of dirt on a beach in Prince Edward Island

Where to Stay on Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island is jam packed full of charm. There are so many great places, that it’s hard to pick the best hotels on Prince Edward Island. But a couple of our favorites are the Shipwright Inn in Charlottetown, where you can experience the Victorian charm and massage services. And for an unforgettable experience, you can try to book The Boathouse B&B in Stratford. With only three rooms though, it fills up fast.

5. Hopewell Rocks, New Brunswick

The Hopewell Rocks in New Brunswick are shaped by tidal erosion. They can be found in Hopewell Rocks Ocean Tidal Exploration Site which is known for having the largest tides in the world. The park is open from mid-May to mid-October where it is possible to walk on the ocean bottom during low tide. To make the most of your time, check out the tide tables. Low and high tides are separated by a few hours so it is possible to see both on the same day if you time your visit correctly.

Children on the ocean floor looking at Hopewell Rocks one of our bucket list destinations in Canada.

It is important to heed the warnings of the park rangers once the tides come in. During high tide, it is possible to rent kayaks and explore the coastline from the water.

View of Hopewell Rocks from above during high tide.

Where to Stay near Hopewell Rocks, New Brunswick

The region around the Fundy Coastal Trail is full of quaint motels and bed and breakfasts. Some of the best hotels on the Fundy Coastal Trail are the Captain’s Inn in Alma where you can watch the dark sky from the terrace. And the Alpine Motor Inn in Alma that has easy access to the surrounding attractions.

6. Perce, Quebec

Perce is a picturesque town located on the eastern tip of the Gaspe peninsula, Quebec. Perce is home to Bonaventure Island and Perce Rock. Perce Rock is a natural rock arch that can be reached on foot during low tide or by boat during high tide. Bonaventure Island is a birders paradise and can be reached via boat tours. Once on the island, it is an easy hike to see the largest colony of Northern Gannets in the world.

Perce Rock as view from Bonaventure Island on of our bucket list destinations in Canada.

Where to Stay in Perce, Quebec

The region around Perce, Quebec is gorgeous. But our favorite places sit along the St. Lawrence River, offering views of Perce Rock and Bonaventure Island. Hotel La Normandie looks right out on to the rock. Au Pic de l’Aurore Motel-Chalets, on the other hand, sits high on the hill offering sweeping views of the river and all the sites.

7. Bruce Peninsula, Ontario

The Bruce Peninsula in Ontario is an easy 3-hour drive north from Toronto. If you are coming from elsewhere, you can hop off the plane and in a few short hours be surrounded by such beautiful places as Fathom Five National Marine Park of Canada. Within the park, you can visit Flowerpot Island which is famous for its rock pillars and caves.

View of rock towers and lake surrounding Flowerpot Island.

Another amazing experience in the Bruce Peninsula is exploring the many shipwrecks in the area. The shipwrecks can be visited either by diving or snorkeling. For those not up for a swim in the chilly Lake Huron waters, some of the shipwrecks can also be viewed from above the water on a boat tour.

Shipwreck in Tobermory, in the Bruce Peninsula, which is one of our bucket list destinations in Canada.

Where to Stay in near Bruce Peninsula National Park

Bruce Peninsula National Park offers some incredible camping for those looking to rough it. But for those looking for a nice pillow for their head, we recommend staying in nearby Tobermory, Ontario. Big Tub Bed & Breakfast offers a homey atmosphere and is right near the Cove Island Lighthouse. E’Terra steps up the luxury level a notch and includes a sauna and an outdoor pool.

8. Horseshoe Falls in Niagara, Ontario

Horseshoe Falls (or Canadian Falls) is one of the three waterfalls that collectively make up the Niagara Falls. The Falls can be enjoyed from the air by helicopter tour, in the water by boat tour, or you can even explore the hydroelectric tunnels and go behind the falls! The falls are also a short drive from the quaint town of Niagara-on-the-Lake. Niagara-on-the-Lake is home to some of Canada’s most famous wineries.

View of Horseshoe Falls with sightseeing boat which is one of our bucket list destinations in Canada

Where to Stay in Niagara Falls, Ontario

Niagara Falls is like a mini Las Vegas and there are countless places to stay. But some of our favorite spots include Four Points by Sheraton which has a stunning view of the falls. They also have one of the town’s best buffet breakfasts with a bird’s eye view of both the Horseshoe and American falls. Greystone Manor Bed and Breakfast offers a great location and amazing service.

9. Banff National Park, Alberta

Banff National Park is Canada’s oldest national park. It is 1.5 hours west of Calgary in the Canadian Rockies amidst glaciers, lakes, and coniferous forest. The scenic Icefields Parkway connects Banff National park to another iconic park, Jasper National Park.

View of Peyto Lake in Banff National Park on our bucket list destinations in Canada.

Where to Stay in Banff, Alberta

Camping in Banff is a stunning experience. But for those looking for something a little more urban, we recommend Rimrock Resort Hotel which sits right next to the Banff natural hot springs. The Fairmont Banff Springs is an icon. This 4-star hotel has everything you need to be pampered after a day of exploring.

10. Glacier National Park, British Columbia

Glacier National Park is one of seven national parks in British Columbia. Like Banff National Park, Glacier National Park has some tall peaks and active glaciers. In addition, the park is also home to one of Canada’s largest cave systems.

View of flowers and peaks at Glacier National Park in British Columbia which is one of our bucket list destinations in Canada.

Where to Stay near Glacier National Park

Because Glacier National Park is so remote, you have to drive a little bit to get to the good hotels. So if you aren’t camping, you’ll need to head about 50 kilometers to access most of the hotels. Canyon Ridge Lodge in Golden offers great local snow sports and a cozy atmosphere. The Sutton Place Hotel in Revelstoke is in the ski resort and features amazing food and the views only Revelstoke can offer.

There are many more destinations in Canada that we have not visited but they are on our bucket list! Have you been to Canada? What’s your favorite destination?

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10 Bucket List Destinations in Canada

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Christina Wagar

Christina Wagar grew up in a travel loving family. She strives to instil her love of learning about different cultures and seeing new and old places to her husband Kevin and their two young boys.
Having experienced over 20 countries across 4 continents Christina is well versed at travel planning and thrives on sharing that information with others with the hopes of encouraging more families to experience this incredible world that we live in.
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123 Comments

  1. When I think of Canada, I always think of Banff. It’s nice to know more places to see. Canada is such an underrated place I think. Quebec seems like a lovely spot! I love small towns with that peaceful and serene vibe.

  2. Happy Canada Day! Banff, Niagara and Newfoundland are on my list. I used to want to migrate in Canada when I was younger because of the band, The Moffats hahaha. Nowadays, I’ll be content to just visit. But who knows! great list guys!

  3. Looks like Canada does not get the credit it deserves for being a beautiful destination. Might have to plan a trip to Niagra Falls and Bruce Peninsula for next summer.

  4. What a lovely Canadian photo album, Christina! I have explored most of the Maritime Provinces destinations in your list. Still, there are so many stunning places in this incredibly scenic nation I have yet to see . . . .

  5. Officially inspired to spend some serious time in Canada! Your photos are stunning. I had lived outside of Detroit for three years and therefore took a lot of trips to Ontario. I’d love to take an extended road trip and really explore this beautiful country.

  6. I’ve been to Canada several times; mostly family roadtrips when I was young. I love visiting Toronto and Montréal, however, I didn’t know what I was missing! I’ve always wanted to visit Prince Edward Island, due to the Anne of Green Gables connection. Now, you can add this whole list to “places I want to see!”

  7. Being an expat in Canada, it’s hard to be away from friends and family back home in Australia. But living in this beautiful country makes it so much easier! I still have to explore some of these places but I’m slowly getting there!

  8. Canada is so beautiful, your pictures really highlight her stunning landscape. We’ve only been to Montreal and Quebec City. We’d love to visit all 10 destinations you listed.

  9. Great article exposing Canada and its amazing travel destinations. I’ve been to Canada, but unfortunately only to Montreal… during winter time… I hope I can make it there once again and you know what? That place you pointed out, the Bruce Peninsula in Ontario from where you can actually spot shipwrecks from above the water, it looks impressive. It went directly to my bucket list. thanks. Greetings from south Morocco!

    1. The Bruce Peninsula is absolutely stunning. They have an incredible grotto where you can swim under a cave from inside the grotto and out into a lake (if you’re a good swimmer and can hold your breath for a little while 🙂

  10. As a Canadian, I’ve only been to 3 of these locations – all on the west side. I’ve heard fantastic things about all the other places on this list though. I definitely need to explore more of this beautiful country.

  11. Some beautiful places, however it seems very heavily focused on the east of what is a vast country.

    So much more still to be seen by me, however I think a trip to the far north and Dawson City for its beauty and history is a must (if for no other reason than to say you’ve had a Sourtoe Cocktail)!

    1. LOL, the sourtoe! It’s not finished till your lips touch the toe 🙂 We haven’t been up to the Northern territories yet, but we have plans too and will share all our adventures when we do!

  12. I have enjoyed reading your articles on Canada and Newfoundland. Heading over that way hopefully early next year so keeping all of this detail on hand. Gorgeous photos of such beautiful destinations.

  13. I have only been to Canada once, in a stopover for a day and I loved it so much. I would love to come back and explore some of the wilderness of the natural parks. I am a nature lovers and I hike a lot too. I’d love to be able to hike in Canada.

  14. All the 10 places are awesome and are our kind of places, I don’t think that when we do get to Canada, we will be able to miss any of these. But top of the list for us would be Horseshoe falls and Banf National Park. Lovely post and stunning pictures as usual 🙂

  15. Someday I am going to Canada and when I do I will visit some if not all the places you mentioned here. I’d love to dig some clams on the Prince Edward Island. That looks like a fun thing to do. Also, I’d love to see that sunken ship. You see, I have fascination over sunken ships, I just find them hauntingly beautiful.

    1. The Tobermory area is full of shipwrecks, and the water is so incredibly clear that it’s one of the best places in the world to see wrecks in freshwater.

  16. I still can’t believe I haven’t been to Canada yet! I’m hoping to change that soon though. A friend is moving to Washington and we’re planning to take a trip up to Vancouver. Eventually I’ll make it over to the east coast. I’d love to see the waterfalls. All of your photos make Canada look so beautiful!

  17. Love your Canada list. I have been to a few places across the country but next year I dive in deep and travel by train across the country with many stops along the way. Most excited for Jasper, Banff, and Quebec. Still want to see Toronto, Newfoundland, and PEI. I’m gonna eat my way through that northeast part. LOL

  18. Thanks for sharing! Canada is a huge country with a lot of natural wonders – and since it’s so vastly populated, they national parks and sceneries are maintained amazingly well. I think seeing the magic lights somewhere from the Yellowknife would be on my list of “what’s next” 🙂 – knycx.journeying

  19. Canada has so many beautiful areas to offer!! It’s the home country of my partner and one of our last countries on our world trip but I’m already looking forward to visit it!!

  20. beautiful pictures. Canada is gorgeous. I would love to see Peggy’s cove. I will be keeping this list for when we go to canada. SO glad I came across this post today

  21. I’ve always been a fan of Anne of Green Gables and it has always made me want to visit Prince Edward Islands. Canada need to be on my travel list for sure. It’s such a beautiful country and there’s so much to see as well. Great list. I’m saving for later.

  22. Amazing pictures! Canada has always been in my bucket list, especially Banff. I love nature destinations such as these and would definitely add this to my ever-growing list! 🙂

  23. Wow!! Canada is so gorgeous! I haven’t been since I was a child. Banff is #1 on my Canada list! I never heard of the Hopewell Rocks or the underwater shipwrecks, so cool! You really sparked my interest in visiting Canada!! 🙂

  24. Wow! I want to go to all of these places in Canada! But if I had to pick just one, I think it would be the Hopewell Rocks, New Brunswick. Good tip about checking the tide tables.

  25. I’m glad I read all the way to the bottom! I’m a spelunker, so Glacier Nat’l Park is now on my list of places to visit. Are the caves open for tours, or do you have to bring all your own gear? Btw, your photos are beautiful!

  26. Wonderful list and I’m glad to have been to a few of them. Tobermory has been a place that I have wanted to visit for some time. And the Maritimes!!!

    1. Tobermory and the Bruce Peninsula are incredible, it’s a place we visit often and always are treated to something new! In fact, just this past weekend we stopped in Tobermory on our way to Manitoulin Island 🙂

  27. I just came back from a 3 nights trip to Banff. We stayed in Golden and spent our days from sun up to sun down gawking at everything. The natural wealth in Canada can make all other nations jealous. I’m going to visit everything on your list!

  28. So much of nature to explore. The Bruce Peninsula really caught my eye. I will be reading up more on it. Thanks for sharing this.

  29. I would definitely love to visit PEI one day and Peggy’s Cove. I’m really addicted to warm places and Canada looks like it’s always cold!

  30. I really want to road trip through North America and spend alot of time seeing Canada! These all look like great suggestions! I could see myself living peacefully in that house next to Bonaventure Island for a few months! Great photos and nice suggestions! Thanks for sharing!

    1. The water isn’t too bad in the shallow areas near the shore, but the deeper waters can get fairly chilly. Renting a thick wetsuit from one of the local dive shops will keep you cozy warm during your swim though!

  31. I am not very familiar with Canada although I remember having studied about a few places from the list while I was in school . I especially liked the Light House. That would be a must destination if I go to Canada .

  32. Nooo… I’ve been dying to visit Canada and your pictures and writing don’t help 😛 What a dream for adventure and outdoor lovers. I love the sunken ship, and of course, the rainbow (who doesn’t ;))

  33. This is so funny, but I’ve been making my Canada bucketlist (even though I won’t be going there for another year or maybe more) but all these things are on it as well!! + about 40 other sights haha!!

    1. This list barely scratches the surface of what there is to do, and only tackles places we’ve been to personally. There is so much more that we want to explore and write about!

  34. I’d love to visit Canada, my boyfriend would happily move as well! It’s just such a big place I wouldn’t know where to even start, so thanks for this. It’s given me a few ideas!

  35. Some really beautiful shots. Honestly, Canada was never on my radar as a resident of Ohio, USA a state sharing a border with the beautiful country up north. Mostly, we just always wanted to head south and find a beach on our vacations but more and more in recent years, and now that I’m a world away, some of the spectacular scenery of Canada has gotten onto my bucket list. This list is great. Thank you for the info. ^^

  36. WOW!! Canada looks absolutely beautiful! I’ve only been to Niagara Falls, but it looks like I need to explore much more of the country. Hopefully one day soon!

  37. I sadly have not done any of these things. But I really want to go to PEI because I love Anne of Green Gables. I’m very much a city girl so my favorite places in Canada are Vancouver and Halifax. I love the Canadian seafood!

  38. These places in Canada look amazing. I never knew how many wonderful places were there to visit. Hopefully I can spend some time up there exploring one day.

  39. P.E.I. has been on my bucket list since I was a little girl because of Anne of Green Gables. Finally we have a trip planned for next month. I’m so excited.

  40. All these shots are awesome! When I scrolled down and saw the photo of Gros Morne National Park – I literally said “oh man!” out loud ha ha. I have only been to BC and even then, not explored as much as I would have liked. Would love to go back to Canada for a mamoth road trip in the summer.

  41. have a few friends in canada and have heard about a few of these place and i gotta say, the stories are awesome, hoping to get first time experience there someday,,, thanks for sharing.

  42. Amazing pics and very inspiring list. Canada is definitely on my bucket list, if only for Banff National Park that I’ve read wonders about. My oldest daughter is named Louise so I’d probably need to take her to Lake Louise:) Loved the picture of Flowerpot Island. Such a great name too…

  43. Canada looks amazing! The nature looks a bit similar as what we have here in Finland, gorgeous! We were suppose to go to Canada this year but unfortunately plans has changed.

  44. Coincidentally, one of my work mates is up and moving to Canada on Monday – I’m even more jealous as he’s going to have these gorgeous places to see and explore. Glacier National Park reminds me a little of Engelberg in Switzerland with its pristine water and blue skies. Beautiful and wander-lusting inflicting post!

  45. Seriously? Those red chairs are just lying around lined up like that against spectacular views? That’s just incredible! I have some friends studying in BC this year, I should share this with them! I’ve always wanted to make it to Banff – will do this one day, for sure.

    1. Yes! Gros Morne is set up with these at some of the most spectacular lookouts you can imagine! Many of them are very remote too, so it’s incredible to think how they even got them there!

  46. I lived in Canada for 3 years and to this day it’s still one of my favorite countries ❤️ So beautiful and such a wonderful people! I can safely say I crossed off #8 on your list more than 10 times haha but I’m saving this list for when I return (hopefully soon!)

  47. Great article! I’ve been spending a couple of weeks in Canada, and this country is amazing and they are so much things to visit and to wander around- which is my favorite thing to do! Loved all the photos and I’d love to go to Bruce Peninsula, Ontario!

  48. I’ve only travelled round the Western parts of Canada and fell in love with Jasper National Park and Vancouver – I’d love to get to the Eastern areas and this gives me some ideas, thank you.

  49. Wow, these pictures are incredible! I feel like Canada is such an underrated country, it’s truly beautiful. I’ve only been to Niagara Falls out of these, but I definitely want to check some more off soon! Banff is right at the top of my list!

  50. Wow, Canada is remarkable. And these photographs are breathtaking. I only visited Canada once as a child, and I am dying to go back. This post gives me all the more reason to want to!

  51. I am so embarrassed now! I haven’t heard of so many amazing destinations before and I have added some of them to my Bucket list. Especially the Bruce Peninsula in Ontario!

  52. Haida Gwaii, Garibaldi Park and Desolation Sound not even mentioned, and only one site in British Columbia.

    A little Eastern-Canadian centric, this article.

    1. Charles, we agree BC has so many amazing bucket list places to visit. We were actually scheduled to go to Haida Gwaii for a few days after our Alaska cruise docked in Vancouver but had to cancel the trip due to poor weather. We look forward to visiting more of Western Canada with our children. Hoping to also hit some parts of the territories. Our country is so gorgeous with so many places to visit we are thinking the Bucket List post may be an annual post. Thanks for stopping by!

  53. So, I kind of feel like it would be worth the epic cross country road trip to hit as many of these spots as possible… but the Maritimes… I could just focus there and be happy. Beautiful sights!

  54. Those clams are huge. Each place, its pictures and description is better than the other. Peggy’s cove, Banff’s and Hopewell really appeal to me .

  55. Your love of nature is evident in your beautiful photos! So many places in Canada I’d love to go, I haven’t seen nearly enough of these spots in Canada!

  56. Your love of nature is evident in your beautiful photos! So many places in Canada I’d love to go, I haven’t seen nearly enough of these spots in Canada!

  57. As a Canadian, I’ve been to one of those. In my defense though I’ve lived most of my adult life outside of Canada. Did you get a chance to check out the Thousand Islands? That’s the region where I grew up and a very popular tourist destination.

  58. I have a feeling you’ve shared this post before…

    Obviously some stunning sights, I’d love to see your updated list after you’ve seen even more of the country!

  59. Canada is such an amazing, wide open country – Hard to get it down to a top ten im sure but this really looks to be the top highlights!

  60. These are gorgeous recommendations! I’ve only visited Montreal and Niagara Falls (with a brief drive from Detroit to Buffalo, NY as well). So I know there is WAY MORE to explore in Canada. Thanks for the inspiration!

  61. Canada come alive in all its splendid beauty on your post. Canada seems to be God’s own country and hence he has made the place with special care. The Natural beauty of this country is really breathtaking.

  62. I haven’t done Gros Morne, Perce Rock or Glacier National Park, but soon I’m hoping to cover more of Nfld, than just St.John’s. As a Canadian, I’ve travelled a lot of Canada and love your list. I want to add Tofino, or even just Vancouver Island, the north shore of Superior, Ottawa’s great too especially if you include whitewater rafting on the river. On my bucket list is the Royal Tyrell Museum for dinosaurs. We live in a great country don’t we? I always try to incorporate a UNESCO site into my travels and I need to focus on some more Canadian sites. I’ve been to every province and the NWT. My wife works for WestJet which has allowed us to travel quite a bit.

    1. I couldn’t agree more about all those places. We’ve seen the Royal Tyrell Museum and the badlands, AWESOME (but our photos were old and crappy) and we went rafting the Ottawa river. We can’t wait to get back and do that with our kids.

  63. Prince Edward Island is a most amazing and lovely destination for visit. It offers a stunning views of nature beauty and you can enjoy there hiking. I am also traveling lover and I really like to see most exciting places all over the world and this is my most favorite one destination on earth. I had great time there but I will love to make a tour there for again and again. Now my Uncle have a plan to take grand canyon south rim tours in coming up days with his kids. I hope they will came back with many pleasant memories.

  64. This is a great list. I’ve done most of them and couldn’t agree more with them being on the list. Suggestion for Hopewell Rocks…walk the ocean floor at low tide then come back for hide tide and kayak around later in the day. Pretty amazing to see the transformation.

    1. Thanks Adam, and a great tip for Hopewell Rocks. We would have loved spending more time there to explore more thoroughly, and are definitely planning to do that when we return.

  65. I’ve been fortunate enough to see 8/10 places. But I’m saddened by the fact that Niagara Falls didn’t make the list.

    1. That is fantastic Kay! There are countless places in Canada that could have easily made this list, Niagara Falls definitely being one of them. It is so difficult to narrow it down!

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