Tour Canada From Coast to Coast – Part 2

If you haven’t seen Part 1 of our Coast to Coast Tour, click here!

Now is the perfect time to visit the Great White North! Ready to dive in and find your next Canadian destination?

Home to Toronto, Canada’s largest and most populated city and main economic hub, Ontario not only has a vibrant city life, but many outdoor beauties to see including the world-famous Niagara Falls, a multitude of provincial parks, and the Great Lakes. With popular landmarks like the CN Tower and Canada’s parliament buildings, Ontario is Canada’ most visited province, and offers a panoply of multicultural foods and festivals for your delight.

Quebec is where you will find the descendants of French settlers known as French Canadians. Besides the French language, you can find European influences in the local culture, food, and architecture, all of which combine with historic charm. Iconic landmarks like the Chateau Frontenac, Notre Dame Basilica, and the cobblestone streets of Old Montreal really give Quebec an old world ambiance. With countless Canadian heritage properties, spectacular views and monuments, and UNESCO World Heritage sites, Quebec is well worth a visit.

Home to the highest tides in the world, New Brunswick’s Bay of Fundy and its “flowerpot” land formations is a natural wonder. Great for whale watching with over 12 species of whales, and boasting serene landscapes, New Brunswick is a great getaway for peace and relaxation,. Take a stroll on the ocean floor at low tide, or choose other outdoor activities like hiking, beach-crawling, biking, fishing, and more.

Not just popular for the seafood, here you can find some fragments of the Titanic and its tragic voyage across the Atlantic Ocean. Those survivors who couldn’t make it to New York landed in Halifax, where they tried to recover and identify other victims. On a “lighter” note, Peggy’s Cove is the most photographed lighthouse in Canada. You can also dine on the ocean floor at sunset during low tide – and who wouldn’t want to add that to their bucket list?

Made famous by the “Anne of Green Gables” stories, this is the home of the author, Lucy Maud Montgomery. Montgomery’s home-turned-museum, with lush gardens and “haunted forest”, is a PEI must-see. For adventurers, clam digging and fishing for food are popular local activities. With fresh lobsters and homemade pies from local islanders, PEI is the perfect mix for the culinary and nature lovers in all of us.

With a friendly, welcoming, and fun-loving reputation, this province is also known for its creativity in arts and culture, which is heavily influenced by a unique heritage mix of English, French, Irish, and First Nations. Hear legends of the first settlers and explorers, or visit the Signal Hill and Cape Spear Lighthouse National Historic Sites of Canada to set off on an adventure of your own. Explore rugged cliffs overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, spot whales, and take self-guided tours of historic battles between French and English colonist forces. Newfoundland’s beauty is worth experiencing for yourself!


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