As spring settles in Canada, the days get longer and warmer, creating the perfect time for newcomers to explore this beautiful country. You can now embark on exciting adventures in one of the many exciting destinations, soaking up the pleasant weather and creating lasting memories.
10 Amazing Places to Visit in Canada
With the hotel and flight prices at this time of the year, you have the opportunity to do more for less. Here are ten amazing destinations you can visit this spring.
-Toronto, Ontario: Embrace the Spring Vibes
In the spring, Toronto truly comes, hosting a myriad of festivals that cater to all interests. The Toronto Storytelling Festival is an excellent place to start, and if you’re a music enthusiast, the city hosts Canadian Music Week and the Toronto Jazz Festival around this time to give newcomers a taste of Canadian music magic.
-Quebec City, Quebec: Indulge in Maple Delights
In Quebec, during spring, tourists flock to sugar shacks to savor hearty meals smothered in maple syrup while relaxing in the city’s Nordic spas or retreats nestled in the peaceful woods. Whether you choose Siberia Spa, Nordique Spa Stoneham, Strom Spa Nordique or Spa des Neiges, you’ll be surrounded by tranquility and breathtaking views of the St. Lawrence River that create the perfect escape from everyday life.
-Saskatoon, Saskatchewan: Nature’s Playground
Known for its vast prairie landscapes, thick forests and picturesque lakes, Saskatoon is an ideal backdrop for outdoor adventures. And if you are looking for fine dining with an experience of local cuisines, you will be walking into a culinary hotspot with award-winning restaurants. But that’s not all. You can sightsee and hike in Meewasin Valley, right in the heart of Saskatoon.
-Vancouver and Tofino, British Columbia: Nature’s Masterpieces
Keep an eye on the spectacle of pink blossom trees that dot Vancouver in Springtime. Besides the leisurely walks through Stanley Park and Granville Island or the hiking up Grouse Grind on Grouse Mountain, visitors make it to Tofino for a coastal adventure. Here you can explore awe-inspiring views and vistas of Pacific Rim National Park Reserve as you keep an eye out for the graceful gray whales as they migrate for summer feeding.
-Manitoba Provincial Parks, Manitoba: Escape to Wilderness
If you’re in Manitoba’s capital city, Winnipeg, you’ll be within easy reach of several provincial parks. The Birds Hill Provincial Park is a popular destination renowned for hosting the Winnipeg Folk Festival alongside other entertainment and sporting events. The natural sanctuaries in Manitoba provide the perfect environment for camping and hiking as you immerse yourself in the beauty of nature.
-Banff, Alberta: A Mountain Town Gem
Nestled in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta is Banff, an awe-inspiring landscape with exhilarating hiking trails. If you are looking to embark on outdoor adventures to explore nature and push your body to the limits, the Fenland Trail, Sundance Canyon and the Bow River Trail offer a vacation-worthy experience.