Canada is so diverse you just won’t believe it until you see it. But to make life slightly easier, I’ve put together a list of places not to be missed.
The Calgary Stampede
The Calgary Stampede is world famous, and can trace its origins back to the wild west shows of the early 1900s and late 1800s. Over the years, the Stampede has grown, attracting the world’s best cowboys, who compete for two million dollars in prize money. The other activities include dancing, a whole lotta food, a carnival, and live concerts. This is held annually in July.
Gros Morne Park
The Gros Morne National Park is a nature lover’s haven, bordered by the Long-Range Mountains and Gulf of St. Lawrence lowlands. A well-loved spot for wildlife fans, you can see anything from giant whales, moose and even black bears.
Bay of Fundy
The tide is the real show-stealer here. Why? Simply because the range is so vast – around a whopping 16 metres, since you ask. People gather from miles around to see the daily spectacle, which reveals a fantastic array of pools and rock formations.
The largest of Rocky Mountain Parks, Jasper National Park boasts alpine meadows, forests, glaciers, rugged mountains and broad valleys – all rolled into one. But Athabasca Falls is among its top attractions, which is an incredible waterfall that thunders through the middle of the park.
Fancy dropping everything and heading to Canada? Tempting, isn’t it… give me a call and let’s talk about getting you there.