6 Natural Wonders In Canada That Are Worth The Trip
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6 Natural Wonders In Canada That Are Worth The Trip

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Discover Canada. Without doubt there’s a clear reason for Canada’s national motto – it’s a country full of adventures. It has the longest coastline in the entire world, measuring 243,042 km. Canada has many beautiful landscapes, natural treasures and unexplainable wonders. Therefore, if you’re planning a short getaway and want to be impressed by natural formations, you should visit these 6 natural wonders in Canada because they are totally worth the trip.

1. Spotted Lake // British Columbia

Spotted Lake gets its unique features from the saline endorheic alkali. It contains an abundance of minerals such as calcium, sodium sulphates and magnesium sulphate. Throughout the summer the lake’s water evaporates, consequently leaving concentrations from the minerals that cause the surreal spots in the lake.

2. The Grotto, Bruce Peninsula National Park // Ontario

The Grotto is a large sea cave filled with a pool of turquoise water. It is carved into the limestone shoreline along the Georgian Bay. The underwater tunnel  spans from the pool through the cliff to Georgian Bay. For this reason, a glow appears on the surface of the water on sunny days. In addition, the 30 minute hike to see the Grotto is one of the highlights of the journey for many visitors.

3. Gaspé Peninsula // Quebec

This beautiful peninsula in Northern Quebec, is located along the south shore of the Saint Lawrence River to the east of the Matapedia Valley. The Gaspé Peninsula offers some of the most spectacular views Canada’s french province has to offer. The total area covers 40,000 km2 with many unique things to do. For example, you can explore the unique fishermen villages and tree-topped mountains. On top of that you can admire the salt-water tides, go whale watching and visit Percé Rock, one of the world’s largest natural arches.

4. Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge // British Columbia

This majestic suspension bridge is located in a 614 acre park. Also, it has several hiking trails that vary in length and difficulty level. Lynn Canyon Bridge stands 50 meter high, above a beautiful canyon. Observe the waterfalls, raging waters and spectacular views the suspension bridge has to offer. Apart from this, admission to the park is free!

5. Dinosaur Provincial Park //  Alberta

The name of this park speaks for itself. It is known for its badlands and dinosaur fossils. As of result, it was named a UNESCO World Heritage site for its paleontological treasures. Take an organized tour to experience the dinosaur age and admire the beautiful scenery of the park.

6. Bay of Fundy // Nova Scotia

The Bay of Fundy is located between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. The eroded flowerpot-like formations sit on the maritimes coastline. It has the highest tides on earth, the rarest whales in the world, precious minerals and dinosaur fossils. Because of this it’s actually one of the 7 wonders of North America.