Niagara Falls is Canada's most famous natural attraction, bringing in millions of visitors each year. These massive falls drop approximately 57 meters.
Park lies in the heart of the majestic Rocky Mountains. Turquoise green lakes, snow-capped peaks, glaciers are easily accessible in this stunning park.
The Bay is known for its amazing tides. The variation between high and low is largest in the world, measuring up to a maximum of 19 meters.
Discover this beautiful landscape of mountains and fjords. Featuring steep cliff walls, waterfalls, rock formations carved by the glacier-fed waters.
On the shores of Lake Ontario is the iconic CN Tower. The tower is one of the tallest structures in the world standing 553 meters high.
A beautiful waterfall that thunders through a narrow gorge. When the water level is low in river, huge quantities of water pour over the falls.
Old Quebec is spread across the Upper and Lower Town of Quebec, contains the city's most historic buildings. It is home to interesting museums.
While Whistler has always been an important winter sports area, it has also developed into a popular summer destination with golf, mountain biking.
Ottawa's Parliament Hill stands high above the Ottawa River and is graced by the Neo-Gothic style Parliament buildings.
At the entrance to St. John's harbor, overlooking the city and sea, is Signal Hill. The Cabot Tower is one of the key sites of Signal Hill.