Canada is the second largest country in the world, it is also a fanatic destination filling with diverse terrains and unique architectures. Let’s come to this country, and enjoy your summer.

Written by Mỹ Nhân

1. Tombstone Territorial Park:
You know when the Yukon government advises you to leave a hiking plan with local police before travelling into the Tombstone Territorial Park area you’re in for a wild time. This 2,200-square-kilometer (849 square miles) park, located 90 minutes from Dawson city, is fill with rugged peaks, permafrost landforms, and wildlife.

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2. Capilano suspension Bridge:
British Columbia’s Capilano suspension Bridge is only a few minutes away from Vancouver’s city center. Built in 1889, it stretches 137 meters across and 70 meters above the Capilano river. It’s appeared in several TV show, including “MacGyver”.

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3. Prince Edward Island:
Canada’s smallest province, gain global fame in the years following publication of Lucy Maud Montgomery’s 1908 novel “Anne of Green Gables”. More than 100 years later, PEI remains as glorious as ever, filled with beautiful beaches, fresh seafood, historic architecture and those rocky red cliffs made famous by “Anne”.

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4. Nahanni National Park:
A UNESCO world Heritage since 1978, this national park in the Northwest Territories consist of 4,7000 square kilometers of deep river canyons cutting through mountain ranges, huge waterfalls and complex cave systems.

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5. Peggy’s Cove:
Famous for its stunning natural scenery, fresh seafood and working fishing villages, Peggy’s Cove, in eastern coastal province of Nova Scotia, is best known for its historic light house, built in 1915.canada 5

6. Lake Louise:
An alpine lake with sparkling blue waters that are as cold as they look, Alberta’s Lake Louise, in Banff National Park, sits at the base of a cluster of glacier-clad peaks. At about 2.5 kilometers long and 90-meters deep, the lake offer padding in summer and one of the most stunning outdoor skating rinks in winter.

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7. Niagara Falls:
Niagara Falls prefer to three different sets of falls on the border between Canada and the United States. Horseshoe Falls is the most famous. Just over an hour from Toronto, the Canadian offers views of all three.

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8. Toronto waterfront:
For the best views of Canada’s 553.33-meters-high CN Tower, Rogers Center sport stadium and surrounding financial towers, you need to hit Lake Ontario. Toronto Harbour Tours offer tours for those who want to see the city’s skyline marinas and surrounding islands.

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9. Lakes of Saskatchewan:
The province of Saskatchewan has more than 100.000 lakes. Otter lake is excellent destination fishing, camping, canoeing and, obviously, sunsets.

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10. Jasper national Park:
Canada’s Glacier skywalk in Jasper which opened in 2014, is a fanatic place to catch view of the surrounding mountains. Jutting 35 meters out the side of cliff on Jasper national park, the glass-floored observation walkway hangs 280 meters above Sunwapta canyons.

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According to Business Style magazine

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