Free Spirit Spheres
Floating in the trees of the Vancouver rainforest, these suspended wooden orbs are perfect for thrill-seekers searching for unorthodox accommodation during their travels.
Nestled in amongst maples and fir trees, this surreal combination of Middle-Earth fantasy and infantile imagination offers a unique stance on the conventional camping motif.
A dreamlike retreat, these spherical enclosures provide the chance to ‘glamp’ Tolkien-style.
Leslieville’s Crazy Doll House
A beacon within the town of Leslieville, this collection of toys within the front garden of Shirley Sumaiser continues to generate interest amongst local residents and visitors to the neighborhood.
Housing an assembly of figurines collected over the course of a twenty-year period, the assortment of superheroes, dolls, toys and signs will transport you on a nostalgic journey down memory lane as you observe the collection of toys hung on fences, stakes and in the porch.
While the garden is planted with playthings as opposed to flowers, the joy that it instills for many ensures that it consistently emerges smelling of roses.
Jimi Hendrix Shrine
Rock icon Jimi Hendrix once resided in Canadian hotspot Vancouver; such was the lasting impression of the Purple Haze star that a shrine has been erected in his honor for fans of the late guitarist.
One of the most fascinating urban curiosities, the site is a testament to the God of rock and is temple containing extensive Hendrix paraphernalia.
The Bruce Peninsula Grotto
Based in Ontario, The Bruce Peninsula Grotto is one of the elite tourist attractions in Canada.
Bordered by beautiful water, the shoreline Grotto is a delightful natural wonder, and is a striking place to visit.
Upon seeing the gargantuan structure, it soon becomes clear why Niagara Falls is regarded one of the world’s top natural wonders; with stampedes of water rushing toward the yawning mouth of the 170-foot waterfall at speeds of 68 miles an hour.
The soggy fog and rumbling of the water yells across the mountainous terrain and can be heard from miles away. Upon reaching the summit of the falls, crowds assemble at the railings in anticipation of the gentle slap of the waterlogged mist.
A popular honeymoon spot, you’re guaranteed to fall in love with the awe-inspiring waterfalls and lush landscapes of the majestic Niagara Falls.
One of the tallest buildings in the world and Toronto’s most popular tourist attraction, the hulking CN Tower looms over the landscape and spreads its splendor across the Queen City.
One of the tallest freestanding skyscrapers in the Western hemisphere, CN Tower offers guests the opportunity to dine in the stunning Sky Pod, a restaurant with sublime views of the city below.
Built with the strength and flexibility to withstand an earthquake measuring 8.5 on the Richter scale, this architectural wonder will blow you away.
Spread across the Upper and Lower Town of Quebec, this UNESCO World Heritage Site contains the city’s most historic buildings. The Lower Town, along the St. Lawrence River, and is the site of the original settlement; the Lower Town is the site of the luxurious hotel Château Frontenac, as well as an abundance of other hidden gems.
The Upper Town rests on 100 meter-high cliffs and is home to the Citadel, the Plains of Abraham, Place d’Armes, and the Parque Historique de l’Artillerie; tourism is well developed in this area, and includes most popular historical areas.
Visitors will also have the opportunity to view the work of local artists artists on Rue du Trésor, as well as intriguing museums including the Musée de la Civilisation, and all kinds of shops and restaurants.
Banff National Park and the Rocky Mountains
Banff National Park is nestled in the bosom of the majestic Rocky Mountains in the beautiful province of Alberta.
With flowing, turquoise lakes, snowy peaks and glaciers, this shimmering jewel in nature’s crown can be explored at a leisurely pace; Lake Louise, Icefields Parkway and Lake Louise Ski Resort are all waiting to be discovered, with the town of Banff offering accommodation, dining and shopping options.
Lined with quaint, historic buildings, this archaic area of Montreal welcomes visitors with open arms, presenting fine dining and superb shopping.
The horse-drawn carriages transport visitors through the delightful cobbled streets and open squares, creating a unique old-fashioned vibe within this vibrant contemporary city.
The Bay of Fundy
Known for its amazing tides, The Bay of Fundy is situated in the East of Canada.
While there are many ways to appreciate this environmental phenomenon, the most admired locations along the Bay of Fundy are the Hopewell Cape, Fundy National Park, the Fundy Trail Parkway, and Grand Manan Island cliffs and rock formations, each of which offers wonderful sights for visitors.
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