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Things to see and do

Canada, richly blessed with exceptionally beautiful and varied landscapes across its ten provinces and three territories, is a tourist paradise. Home to Niagara Falls, one of the seven wonders of the world, and numerous lakes, rivers, mountains and magnificent parks and wildlife, Canada is a country that one must visit and savor multiple times.

Visit any of the provinces and you will find plenty of beautiful places to see and capture memories with your camera. The following is a brief starter list of places that should be high on the agenda:

Niagara Falls, Ontario


St. John’s, Newfoundland



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Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, a UNESCO world heritage site


Hopewell, New Brunswick, Canada


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East Quoddy Lighthouse, Campobello Island, New Brunswick


12.9 km long curved Confederation Bridge between New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.


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North West Territory in Summer 2015 (Photo by S.A., 14 years old.)




Old City Hall, Toronto, Ontario

Quebec City skyline over river with blue sky and cloud.

Frontenac Castle in Old Quebec City in the beautiful sunrise light. High dynamic range image. Travel, vacation, history, cityscape, nature, summer, hotels and architecture concept
Frontenac Castle in Old Quebec City in the beautiful sunrise light

Frontenac castle in Quebec
Quebec City, Capital of Quebec

montreal, canada by night
Montreal, Quebec in the evening

Where to stay


Canada is a highly developed country with excellent accommodation available in every community and tourist destinations. Book early if you plan to visit during the summer months.

Currency & Money

Monetary unit: The Canadian dollar (plasticized paper) is in denominations of $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100. Coins are also used in denominations of 5c, 10c, 25c, $1 and $2. International currencies like the US dollar, Euro and Pound sterling are recognized and exchanged for Canadian dollars in banks and foreign exchange bureaus. However, currencies from East African countries are not accepted for exchange by these institutions.

Credit cards
American Express, Diners, MasterCard and Visa are accepted by most merchants.

ATMs are available even in the smallest communities.

Travellers’ cheques
Traveller’s cheques are widely accepted by the banks and foreign exchange bureaus.



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