You must have never been here! TOP 10 most beautiful small towns and places in Canada is released! Two cities in British Columbia (BC) are on the list!
Canada is famous not only for Mr. Beaver and the flaming maple leaf, but also for its amazing parks, small towns and historic heritage sites. This is why so many people choose to Immigrate to Canada!
Away from the hustle and bustle of big cities and experience local multiculturalism and enthusiasm, small towns in Canada have always been popular travel destinations. The travel network The Travel recently selected the top ten most beautiful towns in Canada! Let’s take a look at some of the scenic tourist attractions below.
Tenth place: Chelsea in Quebec
Chelsea captivates with its unique boutiques, café street and historic sites, and the town has a great vibe. Usually tourists can spend a few days here and explore the charm of the town. In winter, visitors can enjoy spa trips in high-end spa resorts or enjoy the natural landscape of Odyssey Natural Park. In addition, the cabins and campsites here are also great places for summer camping!
Ninth place: Tobermory, Ontario
If you’re tired of Toronto’s busy streets, why not head to neighboring Tobermory? Tobermory is known as the scuba diving capital of Canada. The city has a refreshing turquoise water, which is its unique charm. Top sights in Tobermory include Bruce Peninsula Park, Niagara Escarpment, and Flowerpot Island, to name a few.
Eighth place: Squamish, British Columbia
All visitors to Whistler’s largest ski resort will pass through Squamish (Squamish), which is located on the Sea-to-Sky Highway in British Columbia, between Vancouver and Whistler. Not only can you enjoy the lake and mountains here, but also there are trails for cycling and hiking enthusiasts to exercise. Tourists can visit natural attractions such as Shannon Falls. Of course, the most famous is the Sea to Sky Gondola cable car. Visitors can take this cable car to reach the peak at an altitude of 885m and enjoy an incredible panorama!
Seventh place: Banff, Alberta
Banff’s reputation as a “resort town” and Banff National Park are “leveraged” among world travelers. Here, visitors can enjoy breathtaking views of the Canadian Rockies and Lake Louise. In addition, there are many places worth seeing in Banff, such as Vermilion Lake, Buffalo National Museum, and many more. There are dozens of B&Bs in the local area, or if you have spare capacity, you can also book the luxurious Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel to enjoy it!
Sixth place: Drumheller, Alberta
Dinosaurs have long been wiped off the face of the earth, but the footprints and fossils they left behind are still amazing. Drumheller, located near Calgary, is known as the Dinosaur Capital of the World. The local Royal Tyrrell Museum has a large collection of dinosaur fossils.
Visitors can also step into “prehistoric lands” and embark on an adventure in Midland Provincial Park. In addition to fossils and dinosaur bones, visitors can stroll along the park’s trails and admire the spectacular cliffs and landscapes.
Fifth place: Souris, Prince Edward Island
The small town of Souris has one of the most friendly atmospheres in the country. Souris bills itself as a friendly seaside town in Prince Edward Island. The town is perfect for a family outing during the warmer months. Famous attractions include Souris Historic Lighthouse, Souris Beach Gateway Park and the Fisheries Museum in Basin Head Provincial Park. Souris is also a great place for bird watching!
Fourth place: Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador
Twillingate, known as the “Iceberg Capital of the World”, will bring people a visual feast. The town has the rugged coastline, dramatic cliffs and refreshing ocean vistas that are hallmarks of Newfoundland. Twillingate is picturesque for those looking for tranquil nature. Visitors can visit attractions such as the Durrell Museum, Long Point Lighthouse and Twillingate Museum.
Third place: Ucluelet, British Columbia
Ucluelet is located on Vancouver Island and means “safe harbor” in the Aboriginal language. Here, people can freely bask in the magnificence of nature and experience the pristine beauty of the Pacific coast. Popular tourist activities here include hiking, surfing, whale watching, fishing and zip lining. Therefore, the pristine natural scenery of Ucluelet is very good, which is very suitable for those travelers who like to be close to the natural environment.
Runner-up: Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia
The east coast is famous for its legendary lighthouse on a jagged cliff, right above Peggy’s Cove! Peggy’s Cove is located in St. Margaret’s Bay, Nova Scotia. It is known as a well-known fishing village in the province and has a history of 206 years. Here, one can walk along the rugged rocky seaside and enjoy the coastal scenery. Visitors can also explore the historic fishing village and learn about the history of Peggy’s Cove.
First Place: Inuvik, North West Territories
Inuvik is located in Canada’s Northwest Territories, within the Arctic Circle. Spending the winter here, people can experience the magic of the polar night and watch the beautiful aurora. Visitors can take pictures around the Butte Lake trail and visit the Igloo Chapel. Those who visit Inuvik in summer can experience the phenomenon of extreme daylight, and the experience of the 24-hour day without setting is not something everyone can see.
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