Where to Go for A Family Adventure in Canada

Planning to go on an adventure and fun-filled vacation with your family? Canada boasts some of the most family-friendly yet exciting destinations. You’ll sure want to apply your ETA Kanada right away, once you hear what they have in store.

Niagara Falls

The Niagara Falls is possibly the most visited sights in Ontario, Canada. There are lots of activities for any age, making it a perfect holiday destination for your family. You can get on boat tours to better admire the beauty and power of the falls. Or take an exciting adventure behind the falls.

There is also the Niagara Parks Botanical Garden, where you can be amazed at some of their most beautiful blooms. And, enjoy summertime with a bike ride around Niagara Parkway.

Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains

If your family loves adventure and snow, hit the slopes together at the Whistler and Blackcomb mountains. Don’t wait to get to apply for your Canada ETA, because Whistler Blackcomb is a great place to visit all year round. With their snow-capped peaks, powdered steeps, lakes, waterfalls and so much more. From snowboarding, skiing, hiking trails to restaurants, you’ll always find something to do and more sights to see.

Quebec City

Experience the history and magnificent scenery from the charming city of Quebec. You’ll get to see lots of stunning views, enjoy the finest cuisines, and visit a historical battlefield. Get everyone to join a fun-filled stroll down the boardwalk at Terrasse Dufferin where you can find delightful shops and ice-cream parlors. And, just outside the city is Canada’s largest waterpark, the Village Vacances Valcartier.

Churchill

Want to see polar bears? There is no better place where you can find them than the bear capital of the world, Churchill. At the Cape Churchill Wildlife Management Area, you’ll discover polar bears and beluga whales, too. You can take photos while riding on tundra buggies with your kids. When visiting during summer nights, you may get a chance to see the Aurora Borealis.

Gros Morne National Park

The Gros Morne National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the largest national park in Canada. Make sure to add this to the list of places to visit once you get your  ETA Canada. It is a great place to go on an adventure outdoors, enjoy hiking and observe local wildlife. You can behold nature’s picturesque scenes at summer or go skiing during the winter.

Cavendish Beach

If you are searching for anywhere to enjoy the sun, sand, and some water sports, you can head over to the Cavendish Beach. The beach stretches up to eight kilometers, with red sandstone cliffs as a background. You and your family can go on deep sea fishing, parasailing or swimming. There is also a mini-golf course, dinosaur museum, petting farm, and a water park.

West Edmonton Mall

Have some indoor fun at one of the largest malls in the world, the West Edmonton Mall. It houses the world’s largest indoor amusement park, an indoor roller coaster, and an indoor lake, and the biggest indoor waterpark in North America.  They also have a skatepark and an ice rink. With over 800 shops, it can take you days to see them all.

White Pass & Yukon Route Railway

Have your passports and Kanada ETA ready when you board the “Scenic Railway of the World.” You can never pass up on the chance to ride the historic train from Whitehorse to Skagway, Alaska. It is famous for its sceneries straight out of National Geographic.

Vancouver Island

Another place perfect for some outdoor fun is Vancouver Island. Here you can have a boat ride or go kayaking just off the coast. Keep a watchful eye out for orca, grey whales, seals, and eagles! Fun activities don’t end there. Your family could also go on surfing, biking, or hiking.

Halifax

At the capital of Nova Scotia, is a place famous for their art galleries, festivals, and live performances. You can also take your kids on an educational trip to the Discovery Centre. After that, you can ride the ferry going to Dartmouth for some outdoor activities. They have lakes, trails, and parks that you’ll surely love.

There are tons of exhilarating and exciting adventures and places to explore in Canada. Whatever your age or interests may be, whether its history, culture, nature, beaches, amusement parks, mountains, water sports, skiing, and the list goes on. Whatever it is you are looking for, you can surely find it in Canada.