Nikhil Mankala Community Mentor


2 months ago

What's fun in Canada?

Canada is one of the most preferred countries for higher education by students worldwide. The education system in the country is highly valued for its exposure, experience, and the freedom it provides students to experiment with their ideas. Canada is best not just for education but also for its thriving music scene and diverse cuisine to please the palates. Along with being the second-largest nation for its natural life and experience; there’s a postponed nocturnal life and a lovely food scene.

Studying abroad is a movie-like experience. There is a great exposure to a unique culture, diversity and introduction to all kinds of people to embrace the local essence. Canada has way too many best and plenty of best tourist places.

Let’s see what are the best places are to visit in Canada for International Students –

1. The Rocky Mountains and Banff National Park –
If you enjoy getting outdoors to hike, paddle, cycle or climb, or are a promising photographer, consider visiting Banff during your summer break. Many people visit Banff the place each year, drawn by its splendid mountain views, turquoise green lakes, snow-capped points, and glaciers.

2. Niagara Falls –
Niagara Falls! without doubt is Canada’s most famous natural attraction, and one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world. It comprises three different falls - the American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls and Horseshoe Falls. Horseshoe Falls is on the Canadian side and the other two are in the U.S. You may have seen photos of the enormous 57 meter drop, but it’s nothing compared to the real thing.

3. Old Quebec –
You’d not be wrong if you assume you are in Paris with Quebec's sidewalk cafes, paved streets and French language flooding the streets. This French cultured city has a particular European style that you rarely encounter outside the continent, but there is something that gives this city such a unique feeling, which is clearly North American.
They found old Quebec in 1608 and contains the city’s most historic buildings, including the well-known Château Frontenac. you Food and unique shopping in Old Quebec, if missed, your trip would definitely be incomplete.

4. Toronto’s CN Tower –
The CN Tower is a large and stunning tower and landmark in Toronto, and it is absolutely a must-see on your trip to Toronto. At 553 meters high, it is one of the tallest structures in the world. You can enjoy a spectacular view of the city and its beautiful lake from the CN Tower’s revolving restaurant or test your bravery by walking across its glass floor–113 stories (342 meters) above ground.

5.The Jasper National Park –
The snowy mountains and picturesque routes of Jasper greet both soft and outdoor travelers. It is a home to the alpine wilderness, breath-taking mountain tops, glacier-powered lakes, forests and streams. Jasper is the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies. However, I would suggest you not assume it is only for walkers, skiers, and climbers. There’s a lot to explore for people who don’t go walking!

Do share your thoughts!

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