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5 Must-See Natural Wonders of Canada

Posted on 20 February 2015

It is undeniable that Canada’s natural beauty shines from coast-to-coast. It makes us proud to be a Canadian brand and we want to share with you our list of favourite spots of this nation! From our grand northern lights up in the arctic, to the low tides in the Bay of Fundy, we bring you five must-see natural wonders of Canada.

1) Niagara Falls, Ontario

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Let’s start off this list with one of the great natural icons of Canada, the Niagara Falls. Situated on the Niagara River in the province of Ontario, the Horseshoe Falls attracts 30 million visitors a year with its thunderous flows of water. If you’re looking for some thrill, the boat cruise, “Maid of the Mist” will bring you right up to the falling water (but be prepared to get a little wet!).

2) Aurora Village, North West Territories

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See the vibrant green and red colours dance across the night sky in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. Named one of the best places to see the awe-inspiring aurora borealis, Yellow-knife is also perfect for Winter activities, such as dogsledding, ice fishing, and wildlife viewing. Make sure you dress warmly as it is common for temperatures to drop below -40 celsius in the Winter!

3) Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia

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The Bay of Fundy is home to the highest tides in the world. You will not regret spending a whole day at the Hopewell Rocks to experience both the high and low tides. Intriguing sandstone cliffs and coves decorate the coast, allowing you to marvel at the land and seascapes. And make sure you enjoy some of the freshest lobsters while you are in the East Coast! 

4) Ice Caves, Jasper National Park, Alberta 

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For the more adventurous and daring explorers, the ice formations in Jasper National Park are a must-see. Spectacular caves with dipping ceilings are situated in the “Ghost” and “Angel” glaciers. In the warmer months, take a hike on the trails to witness beautiful geologic formations and glacial pools in the Canadian Rockies.

5) Garibaldi Lake, British Columbia

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Just south of Whistler, British Columbia is the stunning Garibaldi Lake. It is known for the mesmerizing turquoise coloured body of water that will make you want to stay as long as you can.The surrounding provincial park features glaciers, trails, waterfalls and mountains, perfect for those who love to hike and camp.

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