1. Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta
It's crazy to think that dinosaurs roamed on the same land we live on. This world heritage site is home to over 500 specimens of fossils. This is the perfect place to get your nerd on for these scaly creatures from the past.
2. Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick
With the highest tides in the world, you can walk on the ocean's floor then watch the water rise to over 15 metres high.
3. Scarborough Bluffs, Ontario
These captivating cliffs will surely get you +50 likes on insta.
4. Caoticook Gorge, Quebec
Get an adrenaline rush from walking over this bridge. Explore Quebec's beautiful scenery from this vantage point.
5. Northern Days, Yukon
You don't have to travel all the way to Iceland to watch the aurora borealis We have the best view right in our own backyard! Camp out with your besties and watch this free light show with some flame popcorn.