Canada’s intrinsic beauty is almost unrivaled worldwide. From dramatic and expansive landscapes to mountains, glaciers, lakes, and forests, the country is redefined in an amazing way. Apart from the incredible outdoors and jaw-dropping attractions, the country features cosmopolitan cities that are well-groomed, unquestionably safe, friendly, and multicultural. Canada also boasts many picturesque buildings and statues worth checking out. Each one exhibits a different side of the country’s multi-faceted personality. If planning to visit Canada this fall, here are fantastic things to do there.
10 See The Polar Bears In Churchill
The town of Churchill, Manitoba, rewards visitors with a glimpse of polar bears, especially when relocating from the inland to the shores of Hudson Bay. Fall is the best time to experience this massive migration as approximately 1,200 or more of these creatures pass by the area. Canada experiences fall in September, October, and November, which is the perfect time to experience these bears. As soon as frigid winter days start appearing, the bears exit the area to hunt seals. Apart from bears, visitors can also catch a glimpse of arctic foxes.
9 Flying Over Niagara Falls
Canada’s major cities have majestic nature and attractions thriving around them. However, the incredible attraction that lies just 120 km to the south is almost unparalleled. Sitting at the border of the United States and Canada and linking Lake Ontario with Lake Erie, visitors can find the Niagara River and Niagara Falls. A trip to Canada is incomplete without visiting Niagara Falls. Adrenaline junkies who want to keep the good vibes flowing can stand on the boardwalks surrounding the falls. Also, the spectacular views of the falls from the air are mind-boggling.
8 Visit Canada’s Wonderland
Canada’s Wonderland is a must-visit place in Canada during the fall for fun-filled activities. From thrilling rides and street festivals to live shows, this amusement and water park is undoubtedly a delightful destination for visitors. Visitors with curious and energetic kids will have a blast on the more than 75 rides, such as Taxi Jam for the toddlers and Soaring Timbers.
7 Attend Events And Festivals
Visitors who think they know how to put on a party will have a game-changing experience once they land in Canada. Canadians have mastered the art of holding exceptional events. Visitors can experience the celebration of light in Vancouver, which is among the largest competitions in the world. There is also the Edmonton Folk Music Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, Canadian Tulip Festival, Ottawa, and Celtic Colors International Festival, Nova Scotia.
6 Walk Through The Othello Tunnels
The Othello Tunnels are situated within the Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park. The Five tunnels initially designed for railway access in 1914 are now a portion of the Trans Canada Trail system. The tunnels are indeed fantastic to watch. Visitors willing to walk through the tunnel will take approximately 1.5 to two hours.
5 Tour Squamish Lil’Wat Cultural Center
Squamish Lil’Wat Cultural Center is the ultimate destination for history buffs and culture vultures. Founded in 2001, this first cultural museum of the Squamish and Lil’wat Nations native groups exhibits both nations' history, art, and culture. It is devoted to influencing cultural respect and comprehension across Canada’s cultural groups.
4 Walk The Thrilling Capilano Suspension Bridge
For an intriguing experience, visitors can arrange a trip to Capilano Suspension Bridge, situated in Vancouver province. The 140-meter-long and 70-meter-high bridge is found over a gorgeous forest and river escape below. Visitors coming to this epic destination should not forget to carry cameras to capture these Instagrammable views. The bridge rewards more spectacular views in January as it is gorgeously lit with pink lights.
3 Marvel At The Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory
Nestled within the Niagara Park Botanical Gardens, the Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory is an excellent addition to visitors' Canada tours. Everything about this park screams paradise, from beautiful trickling waterfalls to dense, lush vegetation to more than 2,000 energetic colored butterflies from over 45 species. The emergence window immerses visitors with quaint views of butterflies as they leave their pupae and take off on their first flight.
2 Go Green In Calgary
Calgary is a city in Alberta. It is the ultimate destination for visitors who appreciate green scenery. It has numerous green spaces, including Nose Hill Park, Fish Creek Provincial Park, Edworthy Park, and others. The city is also a perfect destination for foodies.
1 Get Pampered At Sonora Resort
For a deluxe pampering experience and immersing in nature, the Sonora Resort offers unbeatable services to its guests. Tucked in British Columbia’s West Coast depths, this five-star resort is a simple blend of eco-adventure and luxury. It offers a myriad of things to do, so visitors will be spoiled for choice. Visitors who appreciate wildlife owe it to themselves to experience the wild side of this resort. The marine-rich waters boast numerous humpback whales, orcas, and porpoises. The river inlets are a haven of grizzly bears gorging themselves on salmon. After a long day of adventure, visitors can revitalize their mind, body, and soul in the resort’s spa.