Traveling abroad can be life-changing, especially if you go alone. But despite the thrill and excitement, everything may turn out messy if you go without proper planning. You may miscalculate the distance from one destination to another. You may also mis-predict the weathers. And you make yourself vulnerable to other travel mishaps.
According to the Travel and Leisure website, Canada is one of the world’s most-visited tourist destinations. The most famous nature’s wonder of the country is the Niagara Falls in Ontario. But that information may sound cliche.
In this article, we are focusing on exciting things to do in Canada that you have probably never thought of. There is more to the place than maple syrup and savage hockey, you know?
Visiting Historical Sites
What can be more interesting than visiting a place that has a deep history? Historical sites can invoke our mind to feel the vague traces of the past. Every country’s history is not merely a national identity, but they all define what humanity means. And to learn about history is to understand our nature.
Canada is not lack of historical sacredness. For instance, you can visit North York ON and find pioneer a pioneer site, the Daniel Strong Log House, 19th-century troop shelter, the Miller Tavern, and Osgoode Hall, an early lawyer school. Or, you can also go to Nan Sdins and Batoche for a more outback atmosphere.
Trying Canadian Rich Cuisine
Canada has developed into a multi-cultural nation. You can find people of all ethnicities there. They integrate with Canada’s national identity but still retain their traditional cuisines. But if you are looking for something French, but is still unique to the maple leaf country, then you should try to taste Poutine, Pouding Chomeur, Tourtiere, and Cipaille. And for this quest, Quebec will be the perfect town to visit.
However, if you want to taste Asian foods, like Chinese Rice Noodle, Kebab, and Briyani, then you should go to Ontario. It is home to many immigrants. And it is guaranteed that they strictly serve the foods according to their traditions. You do not need to worry about the authenticity.
Exploring the Nature
Besides Niagara Falls, Canada has plenty of other natural tourist attractions. First, Manitoba is relatively a small town in the country. But there, you can observe Polar Bears living in their natural habitat in November. For one-time snow safari, you have to spend approximately $420 for a tundra buggy rent and a tour guide.
British Columbia reserves its beautiful nature for mountain hikers and bikers. The trail on Vancouver Island stretches up to 75 km, which is a long-distance track to explore. It will satisfy your adventurous soul indeed.…