If tanning on the beach during the hazy summer months is not your take, there’s still a lot more to do in Canada. After all, Canada is full of natural beauty and wonder to satisfy every adventure seeker’s desires. From the beautiful coastlines to iconic landmarks and the exciting experiences they offer, you’ll discover a unique adventure to complete your summer vacation.
Here is the best adventure that you can plan this summer!
1. Swim in Saskatchewan’s Dead Sea
You can experience the amazing effortless float in the Little Manitou Lake. To acquire this experience you do not have to visit a “Dead Sea”. The water of Little Manitou is three times saltier than the ocean, where you can also try its healing properties as you lie weightlessly on the lake’s surface. Located just a 1.5 to 2-hour drive from Saskatoon, it’s a great adventure to experience.
2. Visit the CN Tower’s Edgewalk
Try out your height of fear from 116 stories above ground on the CN Tower’s Edge Walk. You must not give it a try if you’re faint of heart. The dramatic Toronto skyline will take your breath away as you take a round of the perimeter ledge of the CN Tower. Of course, a trained guide will help you to do this adventure and guide you lean back over the city with nothing between you and the ground underneath.
3. Canoe on Lake Louise in Alberta
Bask in the scenic wonders surrounding you on a serene canoe escape. You can paddle across turquoise waters which is nothing short of breath-taking with the stark backdrop of the Canadian Rockies. You either can rent your canoe from the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, or carry your own. Avoid visiting sunrise or sunset canoe ride to avoid the crowd.
4. Set for a road trip to Nova Scotia
Set out to visit Nova Scotia driving the Cabot Trail which is full of jaw-dropping vistas. You’d encounter a range of wildlife and stunning coastal scenery. You can visit several popular lookout points and heritage sights to know the history and culture of the region.
5. Guided tour through New Brunswick’s Hopewell Rocks
Known for the highest tides in the world, with an astounding 40 to 70-feet tall, the Hopewell or Flower Pot Rocks are a great result of tidal erosion over thousands of years. Opt for a guided tour at high tide with Baymount Outdoor Adventurers, or you may also take your kayak and paddle at your pace through the massive rock structures.
6. Set out on whale watching tour
You can find an exciting whale tour adventure at every coast east or west. Better to head west to see clans of killer whales off Vancouver Island on a Vancouver Island Whale Watch tour. You may also visit the east coast to watch humpback whales breaching in the Bay of Fundy with Mariner Cruises.
7. Enjoy the sunset at Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve
Set toward the east to the North Shore of the Gulf of St. Lawrence to visit the Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve. It can only be reached by boat, you’ll discover a group of 40 islands that forms the Mingan Archipelago. Start from Longue-Pointe-de-Mingan or Havre-St.-Pierre to head to island-hopping adventure to explore lighthouses, nature, and wildlife.
These are some of the most amazing adventures that you must not miss out on when you plan to visit Canada.