It's that time of the year again with summer coming upon us, where we begin thinking "Where should I take my family for summer vacation?". Well whether you have in mind to enjoy the outdoors or take in the sights of a bustling metropolis, Canada has many options to choose from.
A small town located in the province of Alberta is a beautiful mountain wonderland, with the peaks of Mt.Rundle and Mt.Cascade lining the skyline. Banff offers outdoor activities like horseback riding through Banff National Park or whitewater rafting on Kicking Horse River. But if the outdoors is not your scene Banff also offers a wide variety of shopping boutiques, ready to fulfill all your wardrobe needs, household items and even art galleries to satisfy the critic in you and when hunger strikes take a food tour where you can taste all the flavors that Banff has to offer. At night, you can leave your kids in the hotel room and head on to Wild Bills Legendary Saloon where you can enjoy live music with their great drinks and food. So why not try giving this picturesque town a try?
Located off Canada's Pacific Coast, Vancouver Island is known for their pleasant weather and lively and colorful community. While in Vancouver Island you have endless possibilities of fun and adventure for you and your family, you can plan a day trip to the Butchart Gardens or the Victoria Butterfly Gardens and enjoy all the beautiful flowers and their amazing aromas, or take a stroll in Beacon Hill Park. If you want more excitement try out one of many Orca spotting tours and you can enjoy these beautiful animals in their natural habitat. If being outdoors is not what you are looking for, then visit the Royal BC Museum, with a wide variety of exhibitions, or if you want to take a stroll down history then visit Craigdarroch Castle that can take your breath away with its amazing structure.
Although the Canadian Rockies have a wide span crossing through the provinces of Columbia and Alberta, that gives you even more activities to do. The Canadian Rockies has such a diverse environment, with a wide variety of wildlife, glacial lakes and beautiful mountain peaks. You can take a gondola ride that overlooks the town of Banff, giving you a breath taking view of mountain peaks and the beautiful town of Banff. If heights scare you a bit, then take things nice and low in the luxurious Mountaineer Train that passes through black lava cliffs and beautiful turquoise glacial lakes and after a long train ride you can take a nice relaxing time in the natural hot springs at the foot of Mt.Sulphur to top off an amazing day.
Canada is such a vast and beautiful land where you and your family can enjoy the best of both worlds. Now all you need to drive is where you want to go.
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