10th February 2019

Where to Spend Holidays in Canada

Spending holidays in Canada might seem easy, but the sheer number of tourist destinations are bound to confuse you. Hence, we have come up with a list of the top six destinations which will make this the best trip of your life.

Niagara Falls

The one destination that every holiday list for Canada includes is the gigantic waterfall that gives you pictures for a lifetime. Niagara Falls city, the namesake of the beautiful waterfall, comes with several spellbinding experiences. Go to Marineland or enjoy a good time at a casino. Just make sure you have the right pictures.

Quebec City

Famous as the oldest walled city in North America Quebec City is full of romance. The city is modeled as a French town and comes with several historic attractions like The Citadel. You will also have the opportunity to take a long walk in the magical Terrasse Dufferin and relax at the Battlefields Park.


The place will be nothing short of heaven for people interested in winter sports. In addition to its large ski resorts, one of which is the biggest in North America, there tend to be a lot of things to do in whistler. Travelers can enjoy snowshoeing, skiing, and tobogganing apart from other thrilling sports available in this land of snow. You can also know about the culture and history of the place by visiting the art museums. Alta Bistro and Dine at 21 are better places to taste the local cuisine after snowmobiling over the area.

St. John’s

The city stands out due to the crayon-colored houses on the canvas of the surrounding natural beauty. Let the artist inside you rejoice as the oldest city in Canada has more to show than a regular boring metro. Again, there is no harm if you think about car rental on your holiday to Canada as this city, including others, will be best traveled at a slow and refreshing pace which can only be experienced if you are driving a car.

Make sure to visit the captivating Cape Spear Lighthouse and experience the vibrant culture at The Rooms before shopping at the famous Water Street.


The trip to Canada is incomplete without visiting the polar bear capital of the world. You will not only be able to get close with these white beasts but also experience the snow wildlife to its core. One of the most exciting things to do is snorkel with Beluga whales or stop at the Fort Prince of Wales. You can also take a Tundra Buggy tour to witness the phenomenal Northern Lights while being close to the Churchill wildlife.

Banff National Park

You might already know a lot about the Banff due to its popularity among seasoned travelers. The area looks like a mystique, a hidden paradise with turquoise-colored lakes; snow-capped peaks, mind-blowing glaciers and more. We advise you to tour the Bow Lake or Lake Louise after taking a ride in the Banff Gondola. People interested in hiking and adventure sports can choose one of the long trails to the top or enjoy whitewater rafting.

These are our top picks for any person visiting Canada. After touring through the places as mentioned above, you will have great memories to share with your loved ones. Hurry up! Plan a holiday now.