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 Reasons to Travel Canada

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Canada undoubtedly has some of the most beautiful natural landscapes in the world. Most of the country is uninhabited, which means a lot of rural and untouched areas from coast to coast. There’s the Arctic life in Nunavut, the Canadian Rockies in Banff and Jasper National Parks, British Columbia’s coastline, the Badlands of Alberta, the Prairies in the middle of Canada, and remote national parks in Newfoundland and Labrador. If you enjoy nature, you will love Canada
1. Nature
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Quebec is an extremely distinctive place in Canada. It’s the only French-speaking province, and it feels like you’ve traveled to France, although you’re still in North America. There are a lot of patisseries, cobblestone streets, and European architecture around every corner. Although Montreal and Quebec City are the two main cities, the province is brimming with charming towns and national parks.
2. Slice of Europe in North America
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Although skiing and snowboarding might be the top winter outdoor activities in Canada, there are so many other adventures to be had, in every season. Immerse yourself in Canada’s great outdoors and breathtaking natural habitats. Some other winter activities include snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, dog sledding, fat biking, and snowmobiling. In the summertime, enjoy fishing, canoeing, mountain biking, and hiking.
3. Outdoor adventures
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Some countries and areas just don’t really experience four seasons. Canada is clearly not one of them. Winter is cold and snowy, with British Columbia having the mildest winters. Spring is about coming out of hibernation and flowers blooming. Summer is peak tourist season, complete with festivals, blue skies, and perfect sunny weather.  Canada, fortunately, looks good in all four seasons.
4. Seasons
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Canada is a country that loves to celebrate.  Montreal hosts the world’s largest comedy and jazz festivals, while Quebec City has the world’s largest winter carnival.   Thousands flock to the summer folk festivals, in Edmonton, Vancouver, and especially in Winnipeg.  The glamorous Toronto International Film Festival is second only to Cannes with its high profile attendees, while the Calgary Stampede is the world’s richest rodeo. There’s always something going on, no matter where you go.
5. Festival
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