Antigua. Travel to the country of Wadadli
Antigua and Barbuda is locally called Wadadli, and much of the island also includes this “Wadadli” as part of the name. The local Wadadli beer is reminiscent of the Dominican…

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Montreal
Montreal is Canada’s second largest city, spread across many river islands in the province of Quebec. It is a city of old mansions and cobbled streets, modern skyscrapers and picturesque…

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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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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, Vancouver in the west. In the east, it is washed by the waters of the Atlantic, in the west – the Pacific, and in the north – the Arctic Ocean. Canada is located between the United States and Russia. Most of Canada is located in the same geographical latitudes as our country. The extreme south of Canada lies at the same latitude with Georgia, the islands of the Canadian Archipelago are located at a distance of 1000 km from the North Pole. The length of the country from north to south is 4600 km, from west to east – 5100 km. The territory of the country is 9974 thousand km2., Of which 755 thousand km2. (8%) falls on inland waters. In terms of territory, Canada is second only to Russia, and in terms of land it is also China.

CLIMATE AND WEATHER
Canada is located on the territory where the consequences of the Ice Age, as well as the internal forces of the Earth, have the greatest influence on the modern climate of the country. Some regions really remind prehistoric areas where, perhaps, ancient mammoths are not enough for an even more believable “picture” of the landscape.

The north of the country is poorly populated due to harsh climate conditions. The influence of the Arctic Ocean forms special weather there – cold and humid, there is almost always a minus. In the south, where a warm current “rules”, the temperature is positive throughout the year, and even in winter it does not drop below 5 degrees.

Almost 10 million square kilometers are “cut” by climatic zones, although a temperate climate prevails throughout the territory.

ATTRACTIONS
The sights of Canada are, first of all, amazingly beautiful nature, then architectural monuments, mostly modern, and finally, the cultures of indigenous tribes.

Vacationers on the slopes of Tremblant can go on an excursion to Montreal, Quebec, Toronto or Ottawa. And, of course, to Niagara Falls. Those who ski in British Columbia should go to Vancouver, Richmond and Steveston.

Canada is one of the rare countries where natural complexes are preserved in pristine condition and are at the same time practically “at hand” in modern cities.

For example, Banff, the country’s oldest national park, is one of Canada’s most popular tourist destinations, which is also a resort based on hot mineral springs. Jasper is famous for its landscapes, unique nature and numerous glacial lakes. Black and brown bears, deer, martens, and about two hundred species of birds live there. Also known: Mount Robson National Park, waterfalls on the Plis River, Wood Buffalo National Park – the habitat of bison. Waterton Lakes (Alberta), Glacier, and Clwain Parks are known for grizzly populations, and the Ouyuttik Nature Reserve on Baffin Island protects unique tundra communities. In St. Lawrence Bay, migratory herds of whales can be seen, and in the west, Pacific Rim National Park (Lake Vancouver) is inhabited by sea otters and eared seals. Glaciers and waterfalls can be admired in the parks “Kutney”, “Yoho

ENTERTAINMENT
Waterpark World Waterpark (Edmonton). It was built in 1986. This is the world’s largest indoor water park, its territory is 20 hectares. It can simultaneously rest up to 40 thousand visitors. And a variety of entertainment is guaranteed. You can freely ride on slides and attractions, swim in the wave pool with an artificial tide, go to the oceanarium or relax in a cafe.
Entertainment park La Ronde (Montreal). It is Canada’s second largest amusement park. On its territory there are over 40 attractions, including the famous roller coaster and carousel. There is also a Nintendo video game center. La Ronde Park is closed in winter and opens its doors to visitors in May.
Vancouver Aquarium. It was opened back in 1956, and includes many exhibits, including an unusually beautiful collection of tropical butterflies. Here you can observe the feeding of some inhabitants of the water depths and even touch, for example, a sea sponge or anemone.
Papanak Zoo (Wendover). Located 25 minutes from Ottawa and is very popular with guests of the Canadian capital. The history of this zoo dates back to the early 1980s. At that time, a center for breeding exotic animals and birds was opened here, which was later transformed into a zoo.
Vogue Theater (Vancouver). Its building is located in downtown Vancouver, on Granville Street, and built in the art deco style. The Vogue Theater organizes performances, film premieres, concerts, various festivals, etc. For example, the Vancouver International Film Festival and the Vancouver Jazz Festival were held here.
Circus Cirque du Soleil. Famous circus shows, which received wildly popular with viewers around the world, hailing from Montreal.

Calgary, Banff, Whistler, Vancouver
Distance Banff - Whistler 795 km. When we left Banff, it was snowing heavily. It turned out that in Canada, roads are not cleaned. I had to go on a…

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Montreal Underground City
In the 60s of the 20th century, the chansonnier Gilles Vigno sang: “Mon pays c'est l'hiver” (My country’s name is winter). Quebec residents have always known how to use all…

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Montreal Parks
La Fontaine is an extensive city park located in the heart of Montreal. The park is very beautiful; it is perfect for picnics, hiking and outdoor sports. Lafontaine Park got…

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Blame Canada! - or New Year in Ontario and Quebec
It so happened that I rarely traveled in the winter to another winter. From winter to summer - yes, often. And from winter to winter - literally several times: to…

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