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Canada: 3 Amazing Places to Include in Your Bucket List

Posted by GAbragan on Mar 01, 2016 07:09 AM EST
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A fans sports a Canadian flag hairstyle as he follows Graham Delaet of Canada during the first round of the 144th Open Championship at The Old Course on July 16, 2015 in St Andrews, Scotland. (Photo : Stuart Franklin/Getty Images)

Canada is a country blessed with a wide variety of activities and nature. It is a worldwide go-to travel destination, so the post will compile the best locations travelers can go visit anytime. While checking out all the amazing things that nature can offer, add these to the bucket list.

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Moraine Lake, Alberta

The amazingly blue body of water sits among the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The lake is glacially fed, so it does not reach its crest until late June. When it is full, it radiates with a distinct glow of blue. The shade is due to the refraction of light off the rock floor which is piling up on the lake bed on a continuous basis, Banff and Beyond reported.

The Magdalen Islands, Québec

These eight isolated islands can only be reached via ferry. Smooth beaches and colorful homes make it a perfect place to chill in. There are eight major islands: Grande Entrée, Amherst, Grindstone, House Harbour, Pointe-Aux-Loups, Grosse-Île, Entry Island and Brion. All islands except Brion are inhabited. There are also several other miniature islands, which also belong to the archipelago. The islands' interiors were once entirely covered with pine forests.

Chateau Frontenac, Québec City

The hotel was built in the 19th century and looks as though it is straight out of a movie. Château Frontenac is one of the luxury hotels in Quebec City, Quebec. Château Frontenac is located 54 meters above the ground and has been considered as a National Historic Site since 1980.

Before the hotel was built, the exact site held Château Haldimand, the home of the colonial British governors of Quebec and Lower Canada, Fairmont reported. The hotel is widely recognized as one of the top photographed hotels in the world, which is likely due its prominence in the skyline of Quebec City. The current hotel capacity is just over 600 rooms on 18 floors.

There is more to Canada than just being a called a "cold country." These magnificent sites are just a few of their long list of untouched and preserved natural heritage.

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