Treat yourself to a vacation in Canada at least once in your life, you'll find that this friendly country is home to tons of picturesque natural resources, stunning views, and awesome leisurely activities. Canada is a big country, so exploring its beautiful sights might take some time, but in the end, you'll find that every bit of effort is worth it.
Some attractions may be too overrated, but there are some that you simply must go to. Thinking of taking a trip to Canada? Here are some sights and things you should definitely include in your Canadian bucket list:
Experience the Northern Lights. Who says you have to go all the way over to Iceland for a chance to glimpse the Aurora Borealis? Head on to Northern Canada from September to May, and you'll be rewarded by the spectacular natural display of the Northern Lights, according to CTV news. This one of the best natural displays Canada has to offer, so don't miss it.
Wade in the spa-like waters of Little Manitou Lake. You might have heard of the Dead Sea and its salt-rich waters. In Saskatchewan in Canada, they have their own version albeit slightly toned down. Little Manitou Lake is also rich in minerals allowing swimmers to stay afloat with ease. According to The Telegraph, it has half the amount of the mineral content of Dead Sea and is a pleasant swimming hole for guests. Camping amenities are available for those who want to stay for a few hours.
Appreciate Canada's mountain ranges luxuriously. Interested in taking in the breathtaking views of Canada's beautiful mountain ranges but not that keen on hiking? Take the luxury train journey of Rocky Mountaineers and allow yourselves to be mesmerized by the beautiful snow-capped peaks right by your window. Enjoy a glass of wine and dine on gourmet food. For sure, you'll find life doesn't get any better than this.
Search for your very own dinosaur fossils. At Dinosaur Provincial Park, embark on an unusual journey and sign up for a dig and you might get to discover a never- before-seen dinosaur fossil! This spot in Alberta Badlands has always been a popular site for paleontologists, with hundreds of dinosaur bones buried in its rocky terrain. If you're not up for digging, you can just take awesome photos of the park's beautiful geographical landscape, or if you want, you can camp and stay for the night.