Top 10 Places to Visit in Canada 2022

Everyone likes to travel and pay some visits to new and unique places. If you are planning on visiting Canada in 2022, we’ve got the best guide for you. Today, we’ll look at the top 10 places you should visit in 2022. All these places are ranked according to people’s votes and likes. 

The country doesn’t get as much tourist attraction as the other southern countries on the continent. But believe us that Canada has much more to offer than just snow or maple syrup. Let’s get started with the travel guide for Canada 2022.

1. Banff 

The first one on our list is Banff. It is a town located in Alberta, Canada. Located within the Banff National Park, it is among the top-rated tourist places in the country. The location is a treat for those who like to go on hikes and climb mountains. Several mountains are located near the townsite such as Mount Rundle, Cascade Mountain, Mount Norquay, etc.

You can go skiing, mountain biking, etc. on these mountains. Especially on Mount Norquay, a special ski slope has been built for tourists to have fun and enjoy their stay.

2. Niagara Falls 

Who doesn’t know about the world-famous Niagara Falls? That’s right everyone does. It is among the world’s largest waterfalls. Situated in Ontario, the waterfall is a sight to witness once in your life.

Niagara Falls attracts millions of tourists every year due to its beauty and environment. If you visit the place, remember to take the Maid of the Mist cruise ride. It is organized from both sides of the waterfall.

3. Niagara Falls

Situated in Alberta, the Jasper National Park spans about 11000 Km2 in area. Established as a national park in the year 1930 and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 1984. The national park is the home of various animals like elk, moose, red fox, white-tailed deer, beaver, and many more.

The most common birds that can be seen flying around the park are bald eagles, golden eagles, ravens, grey jays, etc. You can enjoy various activities in the area such as hiking, boating, etc. The front country is reachable using roads that include Mount Edith Cavell, Maligne Lake, etc.

Most of the area of the national park is backcountry where traveling through roads is not possible. This is due to low maintenance and non-availability of the services. To reach there, you’ll need to either do backpacking or use a horse to travel.

4. Niagara Falls 

The Old Quebec is in the neighboring areas of Quebec City. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has a high historical value. While you are in the city, do visit the Ch√Ęteau Frontenac, the world’s most photographed hotel.

You can also visit the Dufferin Terrace. There you’ll find a whole lot of singers and dancers entertaining the tourists and earning some money. Walk on the Petit-Champlain, Canada’s most beautiful street. Visit the local shops and purchase some things for your friends and family.

5. Lake Ontario 

One of the five great lakes of North America, Lake Ontario is the biggest water body in the country. A lot of cities are settled on the shorelines of the lake such as Toronto, Kingston, Hamilton, and Mississauga.

Lake Ontario is ranked 13 among the greatest lakes in the world. The first person who was successful in swimming across the lake was Marilyn Bell, who did it in the year 1954. A park in Toronto is named after her to honor her. 

6. Gros Morne National Park 

Located on the west coast of Newfoundland, Gros Morne National Park stretches across a huge area of 1805 Km2. The park is the 2nd largest national park in the whole of Atlantic Canada.

It was established as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 1987. This was done because it provides a great example of Continental Drift. You can observe deep sea crust and earth’s mantle rocks in the national park.

7. Toronto

Toronto is the capital city of Ontario, Canada. It is also the most populous city in Canada. In 2018, more than 27.8 million people visited the city. The city of Toronto is popular for its markets. The most popular market is the PATH network which is the world’s largest underground shopping complex.

There are other famous markets in the city such as the Kensington Market and St. Lawrence Market. Also, the Toronto Zoo is home to 5000 animals with more than 460 distinct species.

You should also visit the Royal Ontario Museum which represents world culture and natural history.

8. Okanagan Valley 

The Okanagan Valley is a region in Canada that is popular for its sunny climate, dry landscapes, and lakeshore communities. It has a particular and different lifestyle and you can enjoy various sports like boating, skiing, hiking, etc. in the area.

You can easily find farms of fruit orchards and they have recently shifted towards vineyards and wine.

9. Bay of Fundy 

Located between the Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, a small part of the Bay of Fundy also touches the United States in Maine. One interesting fact about the bay is its tidal range.

The normal tidal range is about 1 meter only but, in the bay, you can observe a tidal range of almost 16 meters. It is the highest tidal range in the world.

10. Dawson City 

Last but not least is Dawson City. While visiting the area you can go to Tombstone Territorial Park where it is common to observe rabbits and ground squirrels while camping. If you want to try some of your luck, do remember to visit the Diamond Tooth Gerties Gambling Hall.

You can also ride the George Black Ferry. The ferry will take you on a ride across the Yukon River, that too for free. Now, if you want to know about some history, visit the Dawson City Museum, it will be a great treat for you.

A Final Thought 

We hope that you got what you needed to know. These were the top 10 places that you should visit in Canada in 2022. There are many more places in the country that you should pay a visit to. Also, it will be a great trip if you just pack your bags and explore the countryside yourself.

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