Adventurous Things to do in Canada – Calling all nature lovers and photographers
Some places in the world are surrounded by vast amounts of stunning scenery and Canada is definitely up there as one of those destinations. There are so many adventurous things to do in Canada, it will leave you wanting to go back for more. It is Home to the Spirit Bear, and the perfect place to get some serious peace and calm it should be on the top of everyone’s go to travel wishlist. If you search #canada on instagram, you’re going to see some of the best landscape photos around.
That shot is from a place called Peyto Lake, and it’s just stunning.
For killer photography content there are a few places that you should head to, if you do be sure to tag me so I can see them!
Peggy’s Cove is one of the most famous places in Nova Scotia and is situated just half an hour outside of Halifax. For those looking for a good place to stay, check out the stunning Delta Hotels Halifax. Tourists from all over the world flock here to watch the sun set against a single lighthouse warning ships off the dangerous waters.
Kejimkujik National Park
Kejimkujik National Park is a location for the nighttime photography buffs. Once the dark descends, you can watch the stars start bursting. Kejimkujik National Park is Nova Scotia’s only Dark Sky Preserves, making it one of the most beautiful places to visit in Canada. If the night sky isn’t your idea of fun, Kejimkujik National Park Seaside is also a protected wilderness space, rich in photogenic wildlife and wildflowers.
Beautiful sunsets – wherever whenever
A beautiful sunset is something that no matter how many times you see it or photograph it, will never lose its glory. If you are looking to snap a breathtaking sunset photo, try to head out to a pier, or along a rocky coastline to give some depth and texture to your photos.
Peace in the Garden
Butchart Gardens in British Columbia is one of those places, that if you had the chance and didn’t go, you’d regret it. Boasting a sunken garden, Rose Garden, Japanese Garden, Italian Garden a Mediterranean Garden plus much more – it looks mind-blowing. There is a year-round calendar of events too.
Making a Splash
The lakes and waterside spaces in Canada are overwhelmingly beautiful. A few to mention are Joffre Lakes, which is a group of lakes, Upper, Middle and Lowe. These were created by the natural activity of natural glacials and they’re around 22 miles long. It takes some hiking to get to too! Emerald Lake in Yoho National Park is green in colour and is usually frozen over until June. There’s also Moraine Lake, located in Banff National Park, which is one of the most beautiful things to see in Canada.
If the northern lights are something you find gorgeous then Churchill, Manitoba should be on your Canada bucket list. Due to where it is situated, the northern lights are usually visible 300 nights of the year, making it the ideal place to get that perfect northern lights shot!
All in all, Canada is one of the most photographic places on earth.