13 Surreal Places Every Canadian Needs To Visit In Each Province And Territory

Take advantage of this country's beauty.

Canada is truly a majestic country. We're home to 20% of the entire world's supply of fresh water and we have more lakes than all other countries combined, 31% of our land mass is made up of forests, and we have the longest coastline of any country in the world.

These are some pretty impressive feats, and that's only to name a few. The beauty, natural environments and diverse ecosystems that make up this amazing country is something that we should all be proud of. So, if you want to get out there and see everything this miraculous country has to offer, these are the places you definitely shouldn't miss!

Enjoy your explorations!

British Colombia

1. Great Bear Rainforest

"This is lowkey like paddling through the Yosemite Valley." -@trevascott

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Reason To Go: To see the rare white Kermode bear, or white ghost bear and many other animals.

When To Go: June to October

2. Keyhole Hot Springs

Relaxing at a natural hot spring just outside of @gowhistler #littlethingswhistler

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Reason To Go: Soak in the most amazing natural hot springs in Canada

Best Time To Go: June to November

Alberta

1. Moraine Lake

amazing how much beauty we can see in the Moraine Lake Valley ? #sessionvibe

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Reason To Go: To see some of the bluest water in Canada

Best Time To Go: mid-June to end of July

2. Johnston Canyon

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Reason To Go: Amazing, natural waterfalls into a canyon

Best Time To Go: May to November

Manitoba

1. Churchill

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Reason To Go: The majestic polar bears

Best Time To Go: October to November

2. Wapusk National Park

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Reason To Go: Northern lights and polar bear sightings

Best Time To Go: January to March

Saskatchewan

1. Grasslands National Park

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Reason To Go: Stay in a tipi and fall asleep to the sounds of coyotes

Best Time To Go: Early summer and late fall

2. Castle Butte

Took a drive through The Badlands. That shit was mean! #exploresask #castlebutte #4runner #badlands

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Reason To Go: Hiking through Saskatchewan's badlands

Best Time To Go: June to October

Ontario

1.  Flowerpot Island

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Reason To Go: Natural rock formations that resemble flower pots and bright blue water.

Best Time To Go: The summer months

2. Bathtub Island

Finally made it to the ?

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Reason To Go: Natural swimming holes in a scenic setting

Best Time To Go: The summer months

Quebec

1. Tadoussac

On dit bonjour à Gaspar ! ♥

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Reason To Go: Whale watching several different species of whales

Best Time To Go: June to October

2. Emerald River

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Reason To Go: The clearest waters in Quebec and fishing

Best Time To Go: Summer and fall months

New Brunswick

1. Bay of Fundy

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Reason To Go: Whale watching and water activities

Best Time To Go: The summer months

2. Campobello Island

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Reason To Go: Whale watching, hiking, lighthouses and more!

Best Time To Go: May to November

Nova Scotia

1. Cape Breton Island

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Reason To Go: Hiking Cabot Trail and Highlands National Park

Best Time To Go: Summer to fall months

2. Peggys Cove

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Reason To Go: Lighthouses and amazing fresh seafood

Best Time To Go: All year round!

Prince Edward Island

1. Cavendish Beach

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Reason To Go: Bright red rocks and sandy beaches

Best Time To Go: July to September

2. Stanhope

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Reason To Go: Adorable lighthouses and amazing beaches

Best Time To Go: Summer months or all year round!

Newfoundland and Labrador

2. Twillingate

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Reason To Go: Whale watching, glacier boat tours and unreal canyons

Best Time To Go: All year round!

Yukon

1. Kluane Lake

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Reason To Go: Clearest lakes and nature sightings

Best Time To Go: All year round!

Northwest Territories

1. Nahanni National Park

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Reason To Go: Most diverse national park in Canada

Best Time To Go: All year round!

2. Great Slave Lake

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Reason To Go: Gorgeous waters and views of Northern Lights

Best Time To Go: Summer and fall months

Nunavut

1. Mount Thor

Mount Thor in Canada. Home to the largesr vertical drop at 1,250 m | ?: gordendel on reddit

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Reason To Go: Amazing hiking and nature

Best Time To Go: Summer and fall months

2. Baffin Island

A photo posted by Jordan Thoms, BSc, BEd, OCT (@jti2p) on

Reason To Go: Unreal hiking, glaciers, and polar bear sightings

Best Time To Go: All year round!

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