Welcome to Canada
Canada is the northernmost country in North America. It is known as the "country of maple leaves". In the vast land of Canada, there are countless wonders and beauty. The territory has a variety of topography and landforms, majestic mountains and plateaus, fertile valleys, numerous lakes and crisscrossed rivers and islands.
The Great Outdoors
Canada has hundreds of world-class landscape trails. It attracts many outdoor enthusiasts to hike here every year.
The mild climate on the west coast in all seasons has made British Columbia a top outdoor paradise in Canada. There are no any other places in the world where you can ski on the top of the snow peak in the morning, and you can set sail to watch whales in the afternoon. Self-driving, hiking, kayaking, skating and skiing, all are here.
- 1 Banff National Park The oldest and largest national park
- 2 Vancouver The largest and busiest city
- 3 Niagara Falls The most awe-inspiring waterfall in CA
- 4 Montreal Nickname as the 'Paris of North America'
- 5 Toronto The most densely populated city in Canada
- 6 Quebec City More like a charming European village
- 7 Vancouver Island The largest island off the West Coast of the North American continent
- 8 Whistler The largest and most famous alpine ski destination
- 9 Ottawa The capital of Canada
- 10 Churchill The Polar bear capital of the world
Best time to visit Canda
The best season to travel in Canada is from May to October.
Canada has a vast territory with different temperatures and climates. Generally speaking, the best time to travel is from early summer to early autumn which is sunny and warmer.
You can see the beautiful greenery of Canada from June to September in mountainous areas such as the Canadian Rockies, and Atlantic Kanada.
From late September to mid-October, in Quebec and Ontario, it is the best time to see the red maple leaves.
September to April of the following year is the best time to photograph northern lights in northwest Canada.
Top places for photography
- Banff National Park
Banff National Park is located in western Alberta, in the northern section of the Rocky Mountains. Covered with glaciers, ice fields, pine forests and mountains, it is one of the most beautiful parks in Canada.
- Vermilion Lakes
Vermilion Lakes is located in a group of wetlands in Banff National Park, Alberta. It is called a photography paradise. Can you imagine that such a charming place is only a few tens of minutes' walk away from the bustling town of Banff.
- Jasper National Park
Jasper National Park is Canada's second largest dark sky reserve. Every year in early October, the Jasper Dark Sky Festival is held here. Then a large number of astronomers and photographers will gather here. It is also possible to photograph the northern lights here.
- Maligne Lake
Maligne Lake is the second largest glacial lake in the world. There is a small island in the middle of the lake. This wonderful combination also makes Maligne Lake one of the most photogenic lakes.
Yellowknife is located on the northeast side of the Great Slave Lake, the capital of the northwest region. It is 512 kilometers away from the Arctic Circle, and it is located right in the center of the Aurora Ring. In addition, the winter is dry and cloudless, making it the best observation destination.
In this small town in northern Manitoba, the resident population is only more than 800, but in mid-October to November, there will be thousands of polar bears visiting here. It is truly a place with "more bears than people".