ECOTOURISM IN CANADA
The territory of Canada extends almost from the North Pole to the subtropical regions and from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean. Here you can see the most diverse…

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Canada
Canada occupies almost the entire northern half of mainland North America and the numerous islands adjoining to it, including the Canadian Arctic Archipelago in the north, Newfoundland in the east,…

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Overseas trip to Canada
In the summer, my husband was sent on a business trip to Canada. Naturally, I decided to join him, and even take our two teenage children. After all, there is…

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The population

Diving in Canada

Vancouver Island Dive Tour (14 days)

One of the best places in the world for diving besides the Red Sea is the cold waters of Vancouver Island, in particular, Port Hardy and Hornby Island. Here you will not find Caribbean fish and corals, but 24 species of cetaceans, sea lions, seals and seals, killer whales, giant octopus and squid, white sharks.

Tour program
Day 1: Meeting at the Airport, transfer, hotel accommodation

Day 2: Sightseeing tour of Vancouver with its main attractions Continue reading

Types of Tourism in Canada

ICEBERGES

Every year, excursions to observe drifting icebergs become more and more popular. In Canada, this opportunity is provided on the Atlantic coast and the Beaufort Sea.

Newfoundland and Labrador are considered one of the best places in the world to observe drifting icebergs. You can watch them from any point on the northern or eastern coast of the province, because along them lies the famous “Iceberg Alley” along the ocean, along which icebergs go their way along with the cold Labrador Current from Greenland to the warmer waters of the Atlantic, where they melt.

You can also see icebergs on the coast of the Strait of Davis in the Nunavut Territory and on the coast of the Beaufort Sea in the northern part of the Northwest Territories. Continue reading

Streets of montreal

Monland Land

Monkland Avenue is one of the largest streets in Montreal, and in addition, it is the most important trade artery of the Monkland Village area. On the street there are many shops, restaurants and boutiques that attract the attention of tourists.

Monkland Avenue was named after Sir James Monk, the homeowner whose mansion was one of the first to be built here. Until the forties of the 20th century, Monkland Avenue was a quiet, sleeping street, but subsequently it was chosen by representatives of small businesses and the area began to be actively built up. Today, Monkland Avenue is a multi-kilometer avenue where you can find many upmarket restaurants, expensive boutiques, coffee shops, movie theaters and a variety of shops. Continue reading

Quebec
Quebec is one of the few cities on the North American continent where a French-speaking culture has been preserved. Its historical center near the banks of the St. Lawrence River…

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Diving in Canada
Vancouver Island Dive Tour (14 days) One of the best places in the world for diving besides the Red Sea is the cold waters of Vancouver Island, in particular, Port…

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Types of Tourism in Canada
ICEBERGES Every year, excursions to observe drifting icebergs become more and more popular. In Canada, this opportunity is provided on the Atlantic coast and the Beaufort Sea. Newfoundland and Labrador…

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Winnipeg landmarks - what to see. Complete guide to iconic places
It took a hundred years to the small town of Winnipeg, located near the lake of the same name, to turn from a modest settlement into a modern metropolis, the…

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