A Month-By-Month Guide To The Best Places To Travel In Canada, Eh!

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A Month-By-Month Guide To The Best Places To Travel In Canada, Eh!

Canada sure seems more beautiful than ever this year! Not only is it making us Canadians look and feel fabulous, but it's also making us want to travel across our own country more than ever! So, I decided to compose a list of a variety of places to visit in Canada each month of the year!

READ ALSO: All Canadian Provinces And Territories, Ranked By Their Beauty

With all the crazy things going on this 2017, let's take a step back and admire the beauty of Canada. Not only can you plan a place to visit each month, but you can also plan for the months in the future years if you are too broke, like me, right now. So, get packing and explore your country!

January

1. Wapusk National Park, Manitoba

via @judeconning

2. Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador

via @skihikingtom

3. Baffin Island, Nunavut

via @redbull

February

1. Mont-Tremblant, Quebec

via @monttremblant

2. Churchill, Manitoba

via @discover_churchill

3. Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia

via @destinationhalifax

March

1. Keyhole Hot Springs, BC

via @allison.giesbrecht

2. Fogo Island, NL

via @harpertravel

3. Stanhope, Prince Edward Island

via @shoremarket

April

1.Gros Morne National Park,  Newfoundland and Labrador

via @a630mp

2. Kluane Lake, Yukon

via @wisslaren

3. Nahanni National Park, Northwest Territories

via @canadaaction

May

1. Campobello Island, New Brunswick

via @jennileigh_21

2. Yukon Suspension Bridge, Yukon

via @_gabrielle.louise_

3. Bonnechere Caves, ON

via @james_x_horne

June

2. Grasslands National Park, SK

via @tomreimer

3. Moraine Lake, Alberta

via @travellingthroughtheworld

July

1. Bruce Peninsula National Park, ON

via @elisethompsonn

3. Cavendish Beach, PEI

via @tourismpei

August

1. Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick

via @travelling_neil

September

1. Johnston Canyon, Alberta

via @explorecanada

2. Castle Butte, SK

via @uncleowensghost

3. Cheticamp, Nova Scotia

via @explorecanada

October

1. Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

via @daniellebouchie

2. Tadoussac, QC

via @virg_image

3. Great Bear Rainforest, British Colombia

via @alecmacpherson

November

1. Mount Thor, Nunavut

via @andrewpichora

2. Montreal, QC

via @montreal

3. Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

via @explorecanada

December

1. Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories

via @expeditionersbella

2. Niagara Falls, Ontario

via @muenchmax

3. Parc national de la Gaspésie, QC

via @johnsawyer5

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