A Guide To Traveling in Canada

17 Aug

A Guide To Traveling in Canada

Canada is place which has been choice of tourists over the years because of its natural beauty scenes, fine dining, water sports, good weather, beaches and etc. Here you can find some the best cuisines of world specially the sea food and lots of history of past times. Here we are giving some information about the famous places where you can enjoy you vacations with your family or friends this weekend.

Bay of Fundy

The marine wonder of UNESCO is something where you want to spend all your time of your vacations. This place provides you the best sea food, haunt of hidden treasures and the some really high tides on your way. You can also see the sea beneath your foot giving you a mesmerizing experience of sea life, rare stones and fossils. The city of Saint John tells you about the royal British past in this country. Night life at vaudeville theatre can also take some time from your vacations as well as the Great hall of Whales at Brunswick Museum. Unspoiled beaches, real natural beauty and charming towns are the real positives to spend your vacations here at New Brunswick’s Bay of Fundy region.

Cape Breton

The best time to go Cape Breton is autumn as in autumn there is an International Celtic Colours festival on the roll when Island is covered with orange, red and golden leaves to give it a magnificent look. 18th century French chapel, fire halls and community centres are most common and interesting places to visit here. You can also visit the 5 glorious scenic drives on your way to visit Cape Breton. This town provides who you some of best cuisines who have ever tasted and also the exquisite mountain views of Gulf of St. Lawrence makes you trip even more wonderful. Cape Breton is also very rich in terms of history as its French, Scottish and Irish culture takes you to 1700s. You can also pay a visit to Miner’s museum and also in Baddeck you can get some historic information about the inventor of telephone Dr. Alexander Graham Bell.


Charlottetown is one of the most historical places in Canada. Its buildings from 19th century, Province house of 1864, Confederation centre of Arts where Green Gables – The Musical has been playing since 1965. You can also take a waterfront boardwalk from Founder’s Hall to boutiques, cafes, shops and parks of this seaside city. The experience of watching the lighting up of summer sky by fireworks on the Atlantic Superstore Festival of Light on Canada Day with 70000 other spectators would be amazing for you which will make your holidays unforgettable. On Saturdays you can go to the markets to chat with local farmers, fishermen, and food producers to know how they work or how to boil a lobster and many more which could give you the best feeling of your life. Do not forget to take a seal-watching cruise, visit to time travel tunnel and also the St. Paul’s Anglican Church.

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