Did you think about having your wedding tour or honeymoon somewhere in Canada? You did? In this case consider the best Canadian honeymoon spots presented below.
Canada is enormous country extends for 3.8 million square miles, encompassing a vast array of landscapes. French flavor infuses life in parts of Canada, where signs in French and English are a nod to the mix of cultures. Explore native Inuit culture in the uppermost regions of the country, where national parks preserve the pristine wilderness. Charming cities like Quebec and Vancouver offer entertainment, shopping, nightlife and fine dining, while fresh air and natural wonders beckon in other parts of the country. The silent Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut remain a frontier, stretching to the Arctic shores and embracing thousands of lakes. Whether you'd like to view the famous aurora borealis or tour the Olympic Village in Calgary, Canada has a destination for all interests, especially during your honeymoon vacation.
Ontario- Niagara Falls. The sheer power and magnitude of Niagara Falls leave people in awe, so it's no surprise that this natural wonder attracts more than 10 million international visitors each year. The city of Niagara Falls has plenty to see and do, especially for honeymoon couples. Secluded picnic areas, manicured gardens and inspiring views create the scene for picture-perfect romance. You can as well enjoy the local attractions such as to play at the endless assortment of arcades, to roll the dice at the casino/amusement house. If you are nature-lovers - to head beyond the city limits to hike or raft through the lush forests and the grand Niagara River, and if you are thrill-seekers - to go for a jet-boat ride into the Devil's Hole Rapids.
Ontario - Toronto. An influx of diverse ethnic groups has spurred Toronto's rebirth as a cosmopolitan city with an explosion in entertainment and a flourishing arts scene. Modern development has futuristic buildings like the CN Tower (the tallest free-standing building in the world) neighboring Old World Edwardian architecture. There are many museums, galleries and ethnic neighborhoods.
British Columbia/Vancouver. It's really no wonder that Vancouver is celebrated as one of the most beautiful and exciting cities in the world. In one day, you can exercise your outdoorsy nature by hiking, biking, sailing, golfing and skiing. Then, end your day with a meal fit for a king, a sophisticated evening of opera and art or an electrifying night of dancing.
Alberta/Edmonton. The capital of Alberta is a lively town with sensational entertainment and deep cultural roots. History and the arts have combined to create a town worthy of several nicknames, like "Gateway to the North," "Canada's Festival City" and the "City of Champions." Fine restaurants and an exploding arts scene are held in high regard by residents and visitors for their quality and diversity. Outdoor recreation starts near and stretches far, with countless parks along the riverbank and endless miles of virtually untouched land beyond the city limits.
Quebec/Montreal. Montreal is an urban paradise that seamlessly blends historic charm with contemporary wonder. Throughout the city, visitors find museums covering everything from history to modern art, grand experimental structures like the Biodome and the Olympic Stadium, and atempting variety of restaurants, bars, and cafés. Also scattered throughout Montreal are theaters, clubs, botanical gardens, historical sights, casinos, and parks. Add to that the soaring mountains of the Laurentians, which provide year-round outdoor fun, and you have a vacation spot that's great for everyone.