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Best places to visit in Canada

Canada has 10 provinces and three territories, spread over a huge area. Indeed, it's the second largest country in the world after Russia. Canada, is also about water, lots of water, the country has approximately 60% of the world's lakes... You will understand that Canada has a lot to offer and it might be difficult to make a choice. Follow the advice of seasoned Evaneos travellers to make it clearer!

In the East, its capital, Ottawa, has a financial centre to rival American towns and lies between Montreal and Niagara Falls. In this region, Quebeckerswill welcome you with their warm accent helping you to discover the wonderful secrets that Canada's incredible natural environment contains. You will venture to Tadoussac or Gaspé to hope to see the rulers of the sea: whales and killer whales are found in the region during part of the year.

Then going westward: if you are a ski lover, the Whistler ski pistes are renowned for being the most expensive in the world, due to their proximity to the sea. But the region's must-see is Vancouver, one of the world's cities with the best quality of life. This place has a pleasant climate, clear Asian influences, and the nearby Victoria Island offers you sublime local wildlife.

Closer to the centre of the country, near Calgary, the Banff National Park with its incredibly blue lake is a paradise for lovers of peace and large spaces, who will without doubt find happiness throughout this country.

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The Grands-Jardins National Park is one of the most famous parks in in Quebec and well worth a visit!
The Icefields Parkway or, in French, the Promenade des Glaciers, is another name for Route 93, which winds its way from Lake Louise to Jasper over a distance of 232 km. A series of glaciers, valleys, forests and lakes await, deep in the heart of the Albertan Rocky Mountains.
Jasper National Park is Canada's biggest national park. It's in the Rocky Mountains, in the province of Alberta, and next to the National Park of Banff.
La Malbaie is a town in the east of the Charlevois region whose magnificent countryside makes it worth a visit. It's also well known for its casino which is managed by the province of Quebec.
Lake Sacacomie is best known for the hotel of the same name but also has a century old history of fishing and settlement. You'll love the many log cabins.
One of the most beautiful lakes in Alberta.
A Thousand Islands! In Quebec or Ontario? Actually, there is the River of a Thousand Islands in Quebec and the Thousand Islands region in Ontario. What's more, the two areas are about 250 km apart. Here we are talking about Ontario.
Located in southern Quebec, the city is mainly known for the mountain of the same name which overlooks it. 
Montebello is a small, picturesque town, situated between Montreal and Ottawa, along Highway 50. It would have remained a rural town had it not been for the construction of a timber-framed hotel and resort in 1930.
The Huron Wendat museum, close to the centre of Wendake, is an institution of the Wendat people which has been built inside a hotel constructed according to Amerindian architectural norms.
It's a pretty, well-cared for, almost Disney-esque town, but with added authenticity.
Outaouais is a region of Quebec with a lot to offer. The offer varies, depending on the season, but is always full of choice. 
It was once an independent town, but nowadays Outremont is a suburb of Montreal in Quebec.
Nature lovers and hiking enthusiasts will be won over by Grands Jardins National Park.
Only a few kilometres from Quebec is Jacques-Cartier national park, (named after the river that goes through it) which is one of Quebec's most popular National Parks in all seasons.
The Hautes-Gorges national park is named for the immense rocky sides of the valley which are the highest you can see in the whole of eastern Canada, after the Rockies. 
Prince Rupert is a small island in British Columbia, located right at the end of the Cassiar Highway. It's the perfect starting point to explore the Haida Gwaii Archipelago, going on an adventure in the grizzly sanctuary or heading off to follow the Inside Passage!
Laurentides Wildlife Reserve is north of Quebec City and not in the Laurentides region north of Montreal as its name would suggest. It's an exceptional reserve!
Located on the northern shore of majestic Lake Saint-Jean, Saint-Félicien has its own unique character and its inhabitants, who are so proud of their tight-knit community will put their heart into sharing it with you. 
During your Canadian tour Sainte Anne des Monts is the last chance you'll have to choose your direction. Either you'll need to head towards New Richmond, or towards Gaspesie and the coastal road that runs along the Saint Laurent.
Shippagan is the commercial fishing capital of New Brunswick, and part of Acadia, a must see region during your visit to French speaking Canada.
Tofino is a small town located on the west coast of Vancouver Island and is considered a kind of Eldorado for surfing and other sea sports and activities!
Wendake,  a Huron village in Quebec, is the most well integrated and economically successful Amerindian settlement in Canada. Here, no one depends on government handouts, there is a fully functioning economy and the Amerindians work hard.
Whistler is the most well-known ski resortand the most renowned in Canada, especially since hosting part of the Vancouver Winter Olympics in 2010. It is a favourite destination of lovers of outdoor sports.
Whitehorse is the capital of the Yukon Territory and serves as the perfect base from which to organise your trip to the Great White North and Alaska!
The river of Saguenay rises in Lake Saint-Jean and then flows into the Saint Laurent river 160 kilometres down stream. It's unmissable during your trip to Canada!
A town with 360,000 habitants, situated to the north east of Canada, this is an important harbour town and home to a large, reputable university.
Home to many an intellectual, Kingston is known for its famous university, being home to Queen's University, the Canadian Military College and St. Lawrence College. Welcome to Ontario and a verdoyant student and family friendly town!
Located right in the middle of the Rocky Mountains, Lake Louise is a luxurious place dedicated to tourism. 4 kilometres from a hamlet, Lake Louise is the most well known lake in the Rockies. It is surrounded by mountains with a hotel-castle on the edge for romantics.
Built on the banks of the Bow River, Calgary is a major city that owes its prosperity to the oil industry. It's also famous for hosting the 1988 Winter Olympics, and being the city of the Stampede, an annual rodeo event.
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