Canada

Canada is one of those countries that once you visit you will long to return to time and time again.

There is so much to love about Canada, the incredible sights, epic landscapes, amazing wildlife and so much more.

When travelling to Canada, you need to ensure you have the right visa and permissions to enter, they’re pretty strict so it’s very important you get this ticked off before you plan anything else.

Canada is by no means a small country, in fact, it’s the second largest country in the world, making Canada the perfect destination to explore in-depth or return to time and time again.

Here’s a list of some of our must-visit spots in Canada you should definitely explore if you’re visiting.

West Coat

When travelling to Canada, you may see or hear the phrase ‘West is Best’ and it’s not to be ignored. The West Coast of Canada offers some of the most incredible landmarks and sights in the whole of the country. Much of Canada’s quintessential wildlife and scenery can be found on the West Coast

The West Coast is famed for its picturesque mountains and world famous Canadian Rockies which wind through both B.C. and Alberta.

Vancouver is one of the most beautiful cities in the country, Stanley Park is not to be missed and has oceanside views along with towering forestry for the ultimate destination. The skyline of Vancouver is something all travellers should enjoy as well as the bustling nightlife and city vibe Vancouver has to offer.

Canada - Camel Stories

North

The north of Canada is described as the ‘Great White North’ thanks to its striking landscape and awe-inspiring Northern Lights.

Whitehorse, Yukon and Yellowknife, Northwest Territories are the most accessible places for spotting the incredulous Northern Lights.

If you really want to explore then we suggest hiring a campervan or car and exploring the north, covering as much as you can. There are several stunning national parks including Kluane National Park (Yukon), Auyuittuq National Park (Nunavut), and Nahanni National Park Reserve (Northwest Territories) which are perfect for camping at, enjoying the sunrise and set in the most amazing surroundings.

 Kluane National Park - Camel Stories

Central Canada

The majority of travellers to Canada will explore the countries central district.

Home to some of the country’s largest and famed cities, in central Canada you’ll find Toronto and MontrĂ©al which are both rich in music, arts, and festival culture.

1.5 hours north of Toronto and you’ll find Niagara Falls, where you’ll find the iconic Niagara cliffs where thousands of tonnes of turquoise water spills over every second (be aware of the over-touristy surroundings of Niagara Falls which can be horrible but worth it for the sights).

The city of Ottawa is home to parliamentary buildings, quaint historic streets and the picturesque Rideau Canal which in winter freezes over and can be skated on. This historic city is beautiful and the perfect place to unwind and take in the culture after the madness of the rest of central Canada.

Montreal - Camel Stories