Canada, the country that shares the longest land border with America has lots of things to discover apart from Niagara Falls, the Rocky Mountains and CN tower. If this country is in your kitty list this time, consider exploring the following elements for sure:
- Travel north to howl with wolves:
During the month of August and September, consider visiting the northern part to seek the wolf howl in Algonquin Park. Just on 15th August 2013, the wolf howl celebrated marked its 50th anniversary. Public howls will cost you zero charge while a special group tour can fetch you min $220 excluding taxes.
- The Bay of Fundy:
It is a perfect place to explore the amalgamation of the sea with nature. It is best known to have world’s highest tides those attain a peak of 54 feet almost. The beauty of fossils coupled with captivating oceanic floor has earned it frames like “mother-in-law” and “the bear.” Best time to visit is from May to October.
- The Dinosaur Valley:
If you are a true dinosaur freak, Drumheller is the perfect place to bump in. The place has the historic importance; first dinosaurs were unearthed here in last 1800s. The presence of Dinosaur Provincial Park gives a good view. People also find it amazing to visit the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology. One can get the glimpse of dinosaur digs and campouts but make sure to book an early ticket to avoid disappointment. You can plan anytime throughout the year.
- L’Anse aux Meadows
This is the best historic site that hosts Eric the Red’s son and thus can give you the glazing glimpse of the northern tip of Maritime Provenience. The place is surrounded by lustful sceneries, iceberg sightings and Viking interpretive center that shout out loud the life story of 1000 B.C. Therefore travel must to this place if you are visiting Canada.