Canada’s vast size makes for some big differences when it comes to its various regions – it’s safe to say that there’s something for everyone here!
The east’s Atlantic Region is known as the gateway to Canada, and its coastal scenery and sunsets are a real treat. Warm in winter and cold in summer, this part avoids some of the country’s more extreme weather systems. Central Canada has similar weather, is known for its great lakes and the cities of Toronto and Quebec.
The Prairie Provinces experience extreme cold in winter and are mostly farmland. The area here is superbly picturesque, and with a low population there’s a tremendous sense of space. The West Coast is the gateway to many of Canada’s highest mountains, and the North is arctic for much of the year. Here you can experience 24 daylight in summer, and 24 hour darkness in winter.