Venture into the home of maple syrup and say coucou to all the moose!
Canada is a land of spectacular cosmopolitan cities, natural wonders and maple syrup. Experiences ranging from
hiking or live music festivals, Canada never ceases to amaze visitors. The friendly folk, affordability and
culture make it one of the top places to visit in North America.
– The Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library holds around 700,000 volumes and 3,000 metres of manuscripts that you can’t find anywhere else in the world! They have unique books like the ‘monsters’ volumes that are reprints of works written way back in the 18th century filled with ancient monsters and myths.
– The mysterious Lake on the Mountain is located way above Lake Ontario’s Bay of Quinte. The reason this spot is so unique is because there’s no known water source but still receives a constant flow of water, defying all geological theory on how lakes are formed and sustained.
– An Aero Car that’s suspended over the Niagara Falls Whirlpool, a huge basin of vortex waters, carries 10 passengers across for stunning views. Cave Swimming on Quebec’s Magdalen Islands has visitors jumping right into the freezing Atlantic waves that take you in and out of sea caves around the red cliffs.
– Brockville Railway Tunnel is a gorgeous piece of Canadian history. It was the first railway built in Canada way back in 1860. It has since been out of use as an active railway and is now an artistic tunnel. Visitors can walk or bike through this colourful tunnel for a magical underground experience.
– Manitoba’s Narcisse dens, the largest concentration of snakes anywhere in the world. Each spring, tens of thousands of red garter snakes emerge from their dens in a mating frenzy. You can pick them up, say hello, make a live Medusa wig. Just be gentle, watch where you step and remember to smile!
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