More Canada Travel Information
As the second largest country in the world in terms of sheer land area, it's no wonder that Canada boasts diversity at nearly every turn, from its people and culture right down to the rich host of things for travelers to do and see. Comprised of ten provinces and three territories, Canada has an endless bounty of geographic and cultural features. Not only do cities like Toronto and Montreal offer vibrant culinary, music, and art scenes, they also respectively sport some of the highest standards of living on Earth. In British Columbia you'll find Pacific tides and Rocky Mountain slopes; sleek cities like Vancouver and quaint, history-rich cities like Victoria. If you're an outdoors lover, we dare you not to fall in love with Banff and Jasper National Parks, where unparalleled skiing, snowboarding, hiking, fishing and canoeing are available in endless profusion. Historic Quebec is of course a must-see for first time visitors, but the fishing villages arrayed along Canada's Atlantic coast are equally well-worth exploring. One thing that's uniform in Canada: from ocean to ocean, cities to wilderness, hospitality pervades.