Canada

The second largest country in the world is a land of wide open spaces. From the Pacific to the Atlantic, from British Colombia to Quebec, from the Yukon to Newfoundland: Canada provides an endless range of breathtaking scenery for those who in search of the solitude and savage beauty of untamed wilderness. Venture into the legendary North of sled dogs, polar bears and the aurora borealis and discover the excellent fishing, fascinating native culture and vestiges of the Klondike gold rush in one of the world’s last truly wild places. Plunge into the lush greenery of British Colombia’s rain forest, watch orcas offshore or purify yourself in a traditional Haida sweat lodge before dining on fresh-caught Pacific salmon. The spectacular Canadian Rockies offer a thrilling vista of roaring rivers, crystalline glacier lakes, virgin forest and towering peaks, home to grizzly bears and mountain goats. In the winter they become a paradise for skiers and snowboarders: National Parks like Banff and Jasper offer some of the world’s best powder. For a less savage beauty, travel to the East Coast, home to Novia Scotia’s gentle green hills and quaint lighthouses and the traditional fishing villages of Newfoundland. Yet not all in Canada is unspoiled wilderness: its cities combine native courtesy and openness with a thriving cosmopolitan culture. Toronto’s concerts, museums and world-class multicultural restaurants contrast with the Old World feel of Quebec City with its charming bistros and resolutely French cuisine. Don’t miss Montreal, the emerging capital of a hip young cultural scene.

Canada

The second largest country in the world is a land of wide open spaces. From the Pacific to the Atlantic, from British Colombia to Quebec, from the Yukon to Newfoundland: Canada provides an endless range of breathtaking scenery for those who in search of the solitude and savage beauty of untamed wilderness. Venture into the legendary North of sled dogs, polar bears and the aurora borealis and discover the excellent fishing, fascinating native culture and vestiges of the Klondike gold rush in one of the world’s last truly wild places. Plunge into the lush greenery of British Colombia’s rain forest, watch orcas offshore or purify yourself in a traditional Haida sweat lodge before dining on fresh-caught Pacific salmon. The spectacular Canadian Rockies offer a thrilling vista of roaring rivers, crystalline glacier lakes, virgin forest and towering peaks, home to grizzly bears and mountain goats. In the winter they become a paradise for skiers and snowboarders: National Parks like Banff and Jasper offer some of the world’s best powder. For a less savage beauty, travel to the East Coast, home to Novia Scotia’s gentle green hills and quaint lighthouses and the traditional fishing villages of Newfoundland. Yet not all in Canada is unspoiled wilderness: its cities combine native courtesy and openness with a thriving cosmopolitan culture. Toronto’s concerts, museums and world-class multicultural restaurants contrast with the Old World feel of Quebec City with its charming bistros and resolutely French cuisine. Don’t miss Montreal, the emerging capital of a hip young cultural scene.
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