Unique Places in Canada That Even Students Can Afford to Visit

Canada has not only beautiful places, but also unique spaces created by man. In this selection, we present to you 20 unique places in Canada that are worth seeing. 

This list will also suit those who, because of the pandemic, want as little contact with people as possible, because in most cases we will not be talking about authentic local cafes, museums, and palaces, but about the unique natural locations where you can just be alone with nature.

Also, because you don’t need to buy an admission ticket to visit many of these places, the cost of travel is incredibly low. So, if you are a student, the money you save in this way you can spend on online assignment help to spare yourself some time and extend your vacation for a couple of days. At the same time, even the free locations will give you a lot of vivid memories that you will remember for years to come.

15. Mount Logan – Yukon

The highest mountain in Canada and the second-highest in North America (5,956 meters above sea level). Even if you don’t intend to climb it, come just to see it. 

14. Algonquin Park – Ontario

Ontario’s first provincial park and by far the best. A perfect place for wilderness recreation, camping, and canoeing. Everyone should have at least one night in their life at Algonquin Park. 

13. Osoyoos – British Columbia 

The official motto of this place is “Canada’s Warmest Welcome”. This part of the Okanagan Valley is not only warm and beautiful, it is one of the main wine regions in the country. 

12. Columbia Icefields / Glacier Skywalk – Alberta 

Jasper National Park not only has stunning ice fields, but also the Skywalk, a glass road 280 meters above Sanwapta Canyon that protrudes 35 meters from the cliff.  It’s almost as high as the glass floor at the CN Tower in Toronto except that you’re surrounded by mountains rather than skyscrapers. 

11. Peggy’s Cove – Nova Scotia 

We’re sure whoever coined the word “scenic” was looking at Peggy Point Lighthouse at this time. Inspiration is assured for you here. And of course, try the local lobster. 

10. Tofino – British Columbia 

This is one of the best places in the country: the surf, the sunsets, the spa, and the seafood are all top-notch. There’s not much here, but what’s here is perfect. 

9. The Grotto – Ontario

Located in Bruce Peninsula National Park, this grotto is a true Ontario treasure. If you enjoy hiking, cliff jumping, or swimming in strikingly bright, crystal clear water, this is a must-see.

8. Royal Canadian Mint – Manitoba 

Every Canadian coin is made here – billions of pieces a year. It’s a huge, beautiful facility located near downtown Winnipeg, where you can hold a bar of pure gold worth over $600,000 in your hands. Just don’t dare to take it with you.  

7. Percé Rock – Quebec 

When was the last time you saw something that was 375 million years old? There is speculation that in 400 years the cliff, located in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, at the tip of the Gaspé Peninsula, will go underwater. So hurry up. 

6. Cypress Hills – Saskatchewan

No, the famous hip-hop group isn’t named after them, but it’s a pretty amazing piece of land nonetheless. It has one of the highest points in the country (yes, Saskatchewan is not one big plain), and if you like the outdoors, you can visit one of the 450 campgrounds. That’s more than the population in the neighboring town of Elkwater (86 people). 

5. Eagle Plains – Yukon 

You must see the aurora borealis in Canada, and the Yukon is the right place to do it. 

4. Montmorency Falls – Quebec 

12 km from the center of Old Quebec is the highest waterfall in the country. It is about 30 meters higher than Niagara Falls and falls from a height of 84 meters. There is a suspension bridge over the ridge and several stairs to the observation decks around the falls. Next time you’re in Old Quebec, be sure to come here. 

3. Capilano Suspension Bridge – British Columbia

If you’re afraid of heights, this bridge will scare you to death, or cure you. We sincerely hope for the latter.  140 meters long and 70 meters above the river, this is a walk through the woods you’ll never forget. 

2. Waterton Lakes National Park – Alberta 

The scenery here is unreal, and if you’re brave, you can easily cross the border into Montana – by kayak. The park is part of the World Network of Biosphere Reserves and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site with the U.S. Glacier National Park. You can see wildlife in all its beauty and diversity here, including bison, bears, cougars, and wolves.

1. Avalon Peninsula – Newfoundland and Labrador

Not only are some of the planet’s best views of icebergs here; here you have the unique opportunity to be the first person in North America to meet the sun. All you have to do is get up early in the morning and head to the lighthouse at Cape Spear (near St. John’s). Yes, this is literally where Canada begins. And this is where our list of this country’s coolest places ends. 

About the author:

Ruth Harding is an experienced writer and an equally experienced traveler providing “write my essay for me” services at Writemyessay.nyc  During the summer of 2020, Ruth has not given up traveling and has visited the sparsely populated places of Illinois and neighboring states.

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