Tomorrow is Canada Day! We love our beautiful country, so we’ve rounded up 10 of the most breathtaking places you must visit.

  1. Moraine Lake, Alberta
    Once printed on the back of the Canadian twenty dollar bill, it is often referred to as the “Twenty Dollar View” – but it’s more like a million dollar view. See why it’s one of the most photographed spots in the world.
    Canada's 10 Most Breathtaking Places To Visit
  1. Osoyoos, British Columbia
    Did you know Canada is home to a desert? Whether you’re trekking through its valleys or swimming in Canada’s warmest lake, your experiences will be unforgettable in this one-of-a-kind place.
  1. Gaspé, Quebec
    Recognized by National Geographic Traveler as one of “Canada’s 50 Places of a Lifetime,” Gaspé gives you the opportunity to discover four national parks. Famous Percé Rock summits over 1000 metres and is one of the most beautiful bays in the world.
  1. Antigonish, Nova Scotia
    Considered the heart of the highlands, Antigonish is a small town, rich in Gaelic history and surrounded by lovely beaches. This is a tourist gem that travellers often overlook – don’t make the same mistake.
  2. Royal Terrell Museum & Drumheller, Alberta
    Located in Alberta’s Badlands, Drumheller is best known as the home of the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology, a world-class facility dedicated to the study of Drumheller’s early residents: the dinosaurs.image002
  3. Flowerpot & Hopewell Rocks, New Brunswick
    The Flowerpot and Hopewell Rocks are one of the most serene natural wonders of Canada. If you’ve never been blessed with that awe-inspiring feeling that large landscapes can give you, you need to go here.
  1. Long Beach, Tofino, British Columbia
    Named “the best surf town in North America” by Outside magazine, Tofino is a beautiful beach town on the west coast of Vancouver Island and has been drawing in surfers, nature-lovers and those with wandering souls for years.
  2. Cavendish Beach, Prince Edward Island
    After soaking up the sun on a red-sand beach, take in historical sites like the famed home of Lucy Maud Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables.
  3. The Grotto & Tobermory, Ontario
    Tobermory, a quaint little town at the tip of the Bruce Peninsula, boasts a must-see, “The Grotto.” Carved out by the waves of Georgian Bay over thousands of years, it’s a pristine setting; there are no signs, lights, stairs or handrails here.
  4. Twilingate, Newfoundland
    Located alongside an ocean corridor known as Iceberg Alley, this small town has long been proclaimed as the Iceberg Capital of the World – you are more likely to see an iceberg here in Twillingate than anywhere else.