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Canada has been my dream destination since I was still working in the corporate world. To be exact, I once wanted to immigrate there with my children. But something happened to us that we weren’t able to pursue that dream. Of course, we may have placed our immigration dream on a halt, but going there for a vacation is still up for grabs! I still want to visit Canada in the future. And with that in mind, I have made a list of the five most picturesque places in Canada I want to visit in no particular order:
Lake Louise, Alberta
I have never experienced skiing, but if I have the privilege to do so, I want it to happen near Lake Louise in Alberta. The beautiful turquoise waters surrounded by stunning mountains seem like a perfect place to experience skiing while enjoying the magnificent view. I can rest in that resort found adjacent to the lake, or the immigration dream happens, I might check out some Banff Homes for Sale in the area. We never know!
Lunenburg, Nova Scotia
I love collecting postcards of UNESCO World Heritage sites and I have learned that there is a small town in Canada that belonged to the list. It is one of the prettiest. It was a town settled by the British and was developed with settlers from Germany, Switzerland, and France. This pretty small town holds many buildings that dating from the 18th to the 19th centuries.
Nahanni National Park Reserve, Northwest Territories
I am a sucker for national parks. We don’t have much here in the Philippines, but Canada has a lot and one of those is Nahanni National Park Reserve. The area is about 30,000 square km. This national park is home to enormous waterfalls, limestone caves, rugged canyons, and hot springs.
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, British Columbia
British Columbia is one of the places I was considering for our immigration dream. Aside from the beautiful weather and comprehensive public education system, It houses the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. Yes, another UNESCO World Heritage site! Though this is only accessible by only by boat or plane, living in British Columbia would make this site which comprises 137 islands easily accessible, right?
This picturesque lakeside town looked like you are living inside a postcard! The place is so beautiful. Aside from showing its unique Nordic heritage to this day. this town is also one of the favorite destinations during summer. It has sandy beaches and a mural-decorated seawall on its lovely waterfront.
There are still other places I wanted to visit but I am just showing you the top five on my list. They belong in different provinces in Canada and traveling would mean a cross-country adventure! That would be very exciting! It would be nice to travel soon. I just hope that this pandemic will be over soon and countries will open to more tourists!
How about you? Have you been to Canada? What particular place have you visited? Have you visited the places that I have mentioned?