Are you considering a winter trip? Summer is coming to an end, and it’s time to think about a winter trip. Of course, many countries are at your disposal, but Canada is an ideal destination for its exuberant beauty, people, and tranquillity. Here are some reasons why you should visit this incredible country:
1) Attractive Cities and Magical Scenery
Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa… Canada’s major metropolises are as dynamic as they are pleasant. What’s more, if you’re looking for opportunities to work or study in these cities, each of them offers an excellent quality of life to complement your academic and professional side.
If you are a nature lover, then Canada is the perfect destination for you. With its vast spaces and endless green areas, this country is made for you. From Quebec to British Columbia, you can enjoy national parks, lakes, mountains and glaciers, and extensive flora and fauna. A visit to the Banff National Park or Niagara Falls is not to be missed, depending on the region you visit.
2) Helps You Improve Your English or Your French
A Canadian vacation already sounds interesting, but a slightly longer season sounds even more enjoyable. As you probably already know, they have two official languages: English and French. You can take advantage of the opportunity to take a language course in Canada with all the benefits of learning English or French abroad. You won’t regret it! This is a unique experience to grow professionally and personally.
3) Warm and Friendly People
We continuously hear that Canadians are friendly and hospitable. You may think this is a stereotype or an exaggeration, but you will realize how respectful, friendly and open the locals are when you visit Canada. And as if that wasn’t enough, they’re always ready to help if you need them!
If you don’t believe us, take a look. Stand in the corner of Canada with a map in your hand, and you’re sure to find someone to help you.
4) Maple Syrup
Shouldn’t this be the first reason to travel to Canada? Maple syrup or syrup is one of the most delicious natural phenomena. It takes about 40 litres of juice to produce one litre of maple syrup. That’s a considerable amount and the main reason why Canadians treat this nectar as if it were gold.
You know you can’t stop visiting the locals and eating maple syrup over waffles, bacon, meat, chicken, eggs, salads, and just about any food that comes in your mouth!
5) Cabot Trail in Nova Scotia
The 300 kilometres long Cabot Trail (Nova Scotia) winds its way up through the coastal mountains with beautiful ocean views at every turn, whales coming out of the water off the coastline, and numerous paths to stop and explore on foot. The area is also dotted with Celtic and Akkadian communities (descendants of the French who settled in the 18th century), and their rhythmic violin music is played in local pubs.
6) The Bay of Fundy
The Bay of Fundy is not very common, although it is surrounded by lighthouses, fishing villages and other classic maritime features. Fundy’s unique geography generates the world’s most extreme tides and provides food for the endangered North Atlantic right whales, as well as the blue whales, who also come to the feast. It is extraordinary to watch the cetaceans here.
If you’re planning your next holiday or business trip to Canada, Fork York Motel provides well-designed and equipped motel rooms for your stay in the country. They have other 40 rooms and you can even smoking and non-smoking rooms! Contact them for more information!