From the gleaming skyscrapers of Toronto to the remote wilderness of British Colombia, Canada packs a punch in terms of both size and variety. Whether you want wildlife and hiking trails with stunning views, or the historic sophistication of cities like Montreal, Canada has it all.
In the Rocky Mountains, Banff National Park is a 6,500-square-kilometre wilderness area where elk and grizzly bear live in the shadow of Mt Cascade.
In the great lakes country, visitors could be forgiven for thinking they are in the Caribbean, the sandy beaches of Lake Huron are so white and the water so azure. In the far north of Canada, the town of Churchill is a base for thrilling polar bear viewing expeditions.
Canada has widely varying climates so the season to visit will depend on what you want to do, however the period from late Spring through to early Autumn is generally a good time to travel.
Canada is a large country in North America
Summer average (Toronto) of 21’C and winter average of -3’C.
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