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The Nature inspired 'aaahh's, the gastronomic 'uumm's, the adventurous 'woohoo's and the cultural 'wowww's- every speck of Canada brims in beauty in epic proportions and keeps you in awe of it with every passing minute of your every explore.

This second largest country in the world offers diverse landscapes and six time zones. Snow-dipped mountains, glassy glaciers, temperate rainforest, lush orchards, glittering lakes, fjord-slashed coastlines and the undulated prairies revel in the wonder of the tourists. While they host life in form of polar bears, grizzly bears, whales, moose etc, they offer adventures that are thrilling: snowboarding, surfing, hiking, kayaking and gentle: sauntering Vancouver's Stanley Park seawall, swimming, ice-skating, dog-sledding and more. Canada serves adventure even on the plate with its sea food, cheeses and wines and you'll find equally in-awe at that as with my mighty Nature. With cultural celebrations taking place every month of every year (literally), it seems that party in Canada never ends. So pack your bags, come with the most dispirited soul and Canada promises to brighten your eyes, widen your smile, stun your sense with sheer beauty and infuse the jubilance of life in every cell of your body!

TraveLibro provides an exhaustive travel guide for Canada featuring popular cities, attractions, tours, best places to visit, where to go, tourist information, and itineraries.

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Stanley Park

Visit the vast, and I mean really vast expanses of the beautiful and lush green oasis Stanley Park, which is like a breath of fresh air in the urban landscape of Vancouver. It is Canada’s and the world’s largest public park that spans over 1,001 acres and is surrounded by the Vancouver Harbour and the English Bay. It is a National Historic Site of Canada and has a long and rich history, going back to the Aboriginal Canadians (indigenous people) and the British colonization in 1858. The Stanley Park is mostly the result of evolution of forest and urban space over time, and remains densely forested as it was way back in the 1800’s. It draws people and tourists by the droves, and has many forest trails, beaches, lakes, children’s play areas, the 100 year old Vancouver Seawall and the Vancouver Aquarium.

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Capilano Suspension Bridge Park

Walk above nature on the long Suspension Bridge, enjoy a guided treetop walk above the rainforest or adventure on the Cliff Edge Walk in the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. It is located in North Vancouver and is 460 feet long and 230 feet above the Capilano River. It attracts 8,00,000 visitors annually, and also features other attractions like rain forest ecotours, gardens, nature trails and North America’s largest collection of totem poles.

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CN Tower

The CN Tower is undoubtedly one of the icons of Canada, and a symbol with which you identify the country. It is the 3rd tallest tower in the world, the tallest free standing structure in the Western Hemisphere and the world’s 6th free standing structure, that attracts more than 2,000,000 visitors annually, standing at 1,815.4 feet. The views from the Outdoor Observation Terrace, the Glass Floor or the SkyPod are absolutely breathtaking, as you can see the entire downtown area of Toronto stretching up to the Toronto Islands and Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. The other attraction at the CN Tower, is the EdgeWalk, in which the adrenalin junkies can walk around the roof of the main pod of the tower, which is positioned directly above the 360 Restaurant.

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Banff and Lake Louise

Banff is a small resort town located within the Banff National Park situated in Alberta, and is a well known tourist destination famed for it’s mountainous surroundings and hot springs. It is an adventure sport lover’s paradise that extensively features skiing, biking, hiking and scrambling, and some of the popular attractions here are the Bow River, the Banff Gondola and the viewing of the Northern Lights. Lake Louise is a glacial lake in the Banff National Park which gives ‘heaven on earth’ a new meaning, just looking out at the beautiful amalgamation of the blue skies, the rugged mountains and the emerald coloured waters with the sprawling Fairmont’s Chateau Lake Louise Hotel is enough to take your breath away amid all the peace and tranquillity. The activities on the lake include ice fishing and ice skating, as well as cross country skiing, dog sledding, snowmobiling and ice climbing in the surrounding areas.

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Icefields Parkway

The Icefields Parkway or Highway 93 north, is a 230 km scenic road located in Alberta, Canada. It passes through the rugged mountains landscapes of the Canadian Rockies, the Banff and Jasper National Parks and interlinks Jasper with Lake Louise in the north. It is famous for the Columbia Icefield and has an annual vehicular traffic of approximately 1,00,000.

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Vieux Port of Montreal

The Vieux Port or the Old Port of Montreal, is a historic port that used way back in 1611 by French fur traders as a trading area. It is situated in Montreal in the state of Quebec and is an entire stretch of 2 km along the Lawrence River, which is now a recreational area that attracts 6,000,000 tourists annually. It offers access to a variety of activities like walking, cycling, roller blading, Segway rentals and houses the Montreal Science Centre, IMAX Theatre and the Montreal Clock Tower.

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Old Québec in Quebec City

Old Quebec is a historical neighbourhood in Quebec City that consists of the entire Upper and Lower Town, and that area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also called the Latin Quarter, and stretches over an area of 1.4 km which has gained worldwide recognition as an integral part of Quebec’s cultural heritage. Many of the old and medieval structures like the gates, bastions, churches and monuments like the Citadel and the Chateau Frontenac has still been preserved to this day and time.

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Polar Bears of Churchill

Imagine your entire surroundings as nothing but white with ice and snow, and then you suddenly chance upon a few moving white balls of fur!! Welcome to Churchill in Manitoba, which is one of the very few human inhabited settlements where you can sight polar bear up close and personal in their natural habitat. The best times to see these magnificent animals are during the months of October and November from their summer areas to the tundra, or the ice packs that form on the Hudson Bay. This being the main attraction of the area, you can also view the Northern Lights from here, snorkel with Beluga whales, take a ride on a dog sled and see the 250 plus species of birds that call Churchill their home during the spring.

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Outdoor Activities in Whistler

Whether you like living dangerously, are a true food connoisseur, love art or just like to see everything together, Whistler is the place to be. However, this place in the winter is the real time to see this wonderland with it’s huge plethora of snow and adventure related activities, as well as it’s village and events for everyone alike. Some of them are skiing, dog sledding, snowboarding, a chair lift ride, bungy jumping, ice skating, ice climbing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, ziplining, food and wine tasting tours, spa treatments and shopping.

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Niagara Falls

Feel and listen to the roar and raw power of the mighty waters, as you feel the spray caress your face when you come face to face with the spectacular Niagara Falls! Attracting millions of tourists annually, the falls are situated in the Southern Ontario region and are also called the Horseshoe Falls because of the perfect ‘U’ shape that it creates. Taking a cruise on the waters courtesy the Maid of the Mist cruise boat (now renamed as the Horn Blower Niagara Cruises) is the main attraction here, where you can get up close and personal with the falls which is an experience like none at all. The other things of interest in the vicinity are the Skylon Tower, the Niagara IMAX Theatre, the Journey Behind the Falls and the nightly illumination of the falls.

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