Canada is no stranger to stunning natural landscapes and wonders of the world. With over 9 million square kilometres to explore, the Canadian wilderness hides some of the most amazing places in the world. From stunning crystal lakes to beautiful coastal cities, these amazing Canadian wonders truly will never cease. Oh Canada!
Located in the Southwest of the Yukon Territory, Kluane National Park is host to a number of stunning views. From the crystal clear lakes to the awe-inspiring mountains and lush greenery, this Canadian gem will keep you in utter rapture. From natural phenomena like icefields and forests to wildlife like Dall sheep and over 100 species of birds, there will always be something see at Kluane National Park.
This stunning lake epitomizes the Canadian wilderness like no other. Located at the Yoho National Park in British Columbia, Emerald Lake is one of the park’s most popular tourist attractions. No wonder! The stunning emerald waters give the lake its name and provide some of the most beautiful photography shots in all of Canada.
Located in the Dehcho Region of the Northwest Territories, explore a portion of the Mackenzie Mountains. At 500km west of Yellowknife, the Nahanni National Park Reserve will peak your adventurous and creative soul. The infinite views, hiking trails, and wilderness to explore will fulfill all your Canadian wanderlust.
This glacially fed lake in Alberta’s Banff National Park provides some of Canada’s most iconic photography. The icy blue crystal lake is an incredible bucket-list item to add to your travel musts. Just make sure you don’t fall out of the canoe trying to get the perfect picture, this lake is freezing year-round!
These badlands in Southern Saskatchewan are located in the Big Muddy Valley. The sandstone erosion on this protruding rock formation provides wondrous sights from every angle. The vast sandy badlands are seemingly straight out of an Old Western film. Enjoy the cowboy vibes here in Saskatchewan.
Baffin Island, located in the Arctic Ocean, is one of Canada’s most remote natural wonders. From beautiful glaciers to ice cold waters and dog sledding, Baffin Island provides the insane views for its remoteness. Probably not going on your bucket-list must-sees anytime soon, Baffin Island is nonetheless one of Canada’s most stunning icy landscapes.
The remote subarctic town of Churchill, Manitoba, allows for some of the most stunning views of the Northern Lights. Experience a once in a lifetime chance at catching the glistening green, purple, blue, and yellow hues of the world’s most captivating phenomenon.
The natural “flowerpot” rock pillars at this Ontario island provide it with its distinctive name. Located 6.5km from Tobermory harbour, take one of the two private boat tours to see the stunning flowerpot rocks. It is recommended that only experienced canoers or kayakers attempt to paddle their way to the island themselves. Bring some sturdy swim and foot gear to visit this island and explore all it has to offer.
Located in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, right on the tip of the Gaspé Peninsula in Québec, the Percé Rock is a huge rock formation. Elevated at 88m the whole rock formation measures 433m in length. Its impressive size and its natural beauty land it on the list as one of Canada’s most amazing places.
Bonavista is a town in Newfoundland and Labrador, thought to be the place where Italian explorer Giovanni Caboto, or John Cabot, landed in 1497. This coastal town is both beautiful and ripe with history. Its small-town charm will light up the lens of any photography expedition.
The Bay of Fundy is infamous in Canada for hosting extremely high tides. The Hopewell Rocks are a result of this tidal erosion, and they stand a full 40-70 feet tall. This remarkable natural rock formation is a mere consequence of nature’s most amazing work. Enjoy New Brunswick and all its natural beauty has to offer.
This Heritage Lighthouse epitomizes Prince Edward Island’s cultural character. The maritime province is known for its fisheries and the lighthouse once brought direction to travelling fishermen. Its view from the beach makes it appear isolated in an absolute picturesque PEI landscape.
Peggy’s Cove is a rural community in Nova Scotia and provides some of the most beautiful views of the Eastern Shore. Overlooking St. Margaret’s Bay, the Peggy’s Point Lighthouse is also an iconic maritime lighthouse. Enjoy everything this stunning coastal community has to offer in Canada’s equally stunning Nova Scotia.
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