Land of extremes, and everything in between
Canada has the longest coastline and land border in the world, there are no fewer than six time zones and seven climate zones. Temperatures are measured from -50ºC, but the mercury can also rise above 40C. The second largest country in the world has many records and extremes, but Canada is mainly about all the nuances in between. Somewhere in that extensive palette, there is the climate that suits you exactly, in a landscape that makes your heart beat faster. Canada has it all!
The big metropolises are cultural, fast, green, hip and chic. You will find historic charm and modern trends side by side, in lively or exceptionally relaxed cities. Thanks to a well-developed infrastructure, you can travel around in a variety of ways, including by train, cruise ship, seaplane or helicopter. At each destination you can choose from various sporting or relaxing activities. Canada is a country par excellence for long trekking or kayaking trips, the essence of which is a deep passion for raw and untouched nature.
The natural landscapes are breathtaking, extremely varied and vast. For example, Wood Buffalo National Park is bigger than the Netherlands alone! The Rockies, Banff and Jasper National Park, the mountains of British Columbia and its islands full of cultural relics of the Haida people, the glaciers of Yukon, the permafrost of the subarctic, the autumn colors around the Great Lakes, and more than a million lakes. The variety of wildlife is equally impressive: polar bears and grizzlies, reindeer and wolves, whales and narwhals… the list is endless. In addition, in the winter months, with a bit of luck, you can watch the dancing light of the Aurora Borealis.