Canada has a rich history of adventure, and it’s no surprise that a lot of Canadians have their hearts set on exploring the provinces in the springtime.
But while some of the top destinations in the country are already known, others aren’t.
Below, we’ve rounded up the best and most exciting spots in Canada to get you started on your travels.
Calgary, Alberta – Calgary is a city with a deep history, and there’s a lot to love about this Calgary gem.
Located just outside of Calgary, it’s one of the city’s most culturally diverse neighbourhoods.
If you want to visit the city on your own, you can find a variety of attractions including the Alberta Museum of Natural History, the Calgary Botanical Gardens, and the Alberta Botanical Garden Museum.
Check out the guide below to see what’s inside the Calgary Museum of Science, for example.
Vancouver, British Columbia – If you’re looking for a different experience, Vancouver has plenty to offer.
With more than 2,000 islands to explore, Vancouver is a great place to see the famous Vancouver Aquarium.
It also has an amazing zoo, where you can catch wild cats, tigers, and birds.
Plus, you’ll love the world-famous Whistler Whalers, and even the iconic Mount Seymour, the highest peak in Canada.
Vancouver Island, British Colombia – A city in British Colombia, the small island nation of Hispaniola, is a popular destination for people looking to explore the island nation.
The island is home to a stunning landscape, including beaches, forests, and stunning mountain scenery.
With all the beaches, you should definitely make a day trip to explore this amazing island nation, which is the sixth largest in the world.
Victoria, British Canada – Located on the north coast of British Columbia, Victoria has been a city of many places.
With a rich heritage, Victoria offers an impressive list of restaurants, pubs, and shopping options.
The capital of Canada’s Northwest Territories is also home to the largest population of First Nations people in the Canadian mainland.
You can see what is happening in the Northwest Territories in this episode of the CBC’s Canada series The Story of Vancouver Island.
Halifax, Nova Scotia – Halifax is the capital of Nova Scotia, a province that spans the northern Atlantic, the Gulf of St. Lawrence, and portions of the Atlantic Ocean.
You’ll be surprised at how much Nova Scotia has to offer, with so many unique sights to see.
The city also boasts a world-class airport and a world class city.
You should definitely visit the Nova Scotia Museum of Nature, where your next vacation destination will be. 6.
Halifax Harbour, Nova Scotia – Halifax Harbour is located in the North Atlantic, which makes it the perfect place to visit.
It’s one the world’s largest lakes, and is also the only place in the British Columbia area where you won’t have to make the trek to the airport to board a plane.
The harbour is home of the world famous North Point, the largest residential community in Canada, and one of Canadas best tourist attractions.
Vancouver Coastal, British, Canada – Vancouver is known for its rich culture and history, but it’s also known for some of its coolest attractions.
From Vancouver’s iconic Chinatown to the historic Fraser River, you might not have much time to explore.
But, if you’re into the outdoors, you’re going to be hard pressed to find a more unique city in Canada than Vancouver.
The Vancouver Aquatic Centre is the best place to find the best marine life in Canada with its ocean tours and kayaking.
Halifax Metro Area, Nova Sibos, Nova Brittan, Nova, Canada – The Nova Scotia Maritime Museum is located just off the coast of Halifax.
It features an impressive collection of artifacts, artifacts that you can’t find anywhere else, and some of Canada ‘s most spectacular coastline.
It can be a great way to see Canada’s most beautiful coastal spots and visit some of Nova s premier attractions.
Halifax Bay, Nova Breton Islands, Nova Provinces – This island nation is located on the western coast of the mainland.
It has been home to fishermen, hunters, and hunters for centuries, and its famous marine life makes it one of Nova Brevens top destinations.
In this episode, we look at the beautiful fishing grounds and dive sites, and talk about the history of the country.
Halifax Island, Nova B.C., Canada – Halifax Island is home a few kilometres from the city.
The province is home for more than 100 islands, but the most famous is Nova Scotia.
If that’s not enough to get your adrenaline pumping, you could visit the popular Halifax Bay.
The Island of Halifax has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Halifax River, Nova Brunswick, Nova – This beautiful area in Nova Scotia is a place to explore Nova Scotia’s historic port city. With its