Surrounded by three oceans and spanning nearly 4 million square miles of vibrant cities and majestic landscapes, Canada is the ultimate explorer’s dream. Whether you’re planning a summer sightseeing expedition or checking off experiences from your bucket list, Canada offers a vast selection of things to do, including historical destinations, cultural experiences, and natural wonders. The climate varies across Canada and not every area is snow-laden in the winter. While many locals say that fall is the best time to visit, the temperatures in the summer months average between 70 and 80 degrees with less-humid conditions in the western sections.


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Topping the list as one of the most popular travel destinations in the world, the city of Niagara Falls is worth seeing for its spectacular waterfalls alone. This area is Canada’s all-season amusement capital and home to the Niagara Falls Winter Festival of Lights in Ontario. Take a ride on the Niagara Skywheel, a 175-foot tall Ferris wheel with climate-controlled gondolas. Catch year-round views of the Niagara River, Horseshoe Falls, American Falls, and beyond. In the summer, don’t miss out on the famous Niagara Falls fireworks displays with daily shows from mid-June through early September, with special shows on holidays.

Niagara Falls, Canada Photo by Armands Lazdiņš on Unsplash