Wonderful Places in Canada for Honeymoon or Vacation

Have you ever wondered what Canada looks like? About awesome getaways? Then this article is for you! Canada is a very beautiful, scenic country. Whether you are more into the coastline beaches, white mountains, etc, it offers everything!

Nova Scotia

Peggy’s Cove

Starting in this maritime province, glacial rock mountains, fishing villages and scenic landscapes are a permanent fixture. Peggy’s Cove is the home of the famous lighthouse that was built in 1868.

You can also take long walks on the beaches, lay by the water with a good book, picnic. The options are endless! Check out Margaret’s Bay. It is also comes as no surprise that the province is home to some pretty amazing seafood restaurants that will awaken your taste buds. Would like to spend some time here? Then book a room at the Peggy’s Cove Bed & Breakfast!


Cape Breton

While we are still in Nova Scotia, Cape Breton is a must-see especially if you are fan of Alistair MacLeod’s stories for the setting for most of his stories. So what else is there to do? You name it: hiking one either one of the 26 trails in Highland National Park; salmon fishing in the Margaree River; a day playing golf or even the Cycle the Cabot or Celtic Coastal Trails. Don’t forget the seafood, now. If you appreciate the sound of the waves crashing on the rocks, then why not give a stay at one of the inns or hotels around the Cabot Trail.


British Columbia


This small district that lies on the west side of the Vancouver Island is home to 1,800 residents who are as warm as the weather. Activities here include; hiking, whale watching, hot springs, kayacking just to name a few. If you are an inquisitive one, you can go a day-trip to the Maquinna Marine Provincial Park that is home to natural springs.

This is also a go destination for honeymooners!




Also known as the home of the midnight sun, Whitehorse is the best place to see the Aurora Borealis. You might know it as the Northern Lights. If you have been here before and is looking for new things to go, here goes:

hiking, canoeing, forest-exploration, ice fishing, skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing. Want a more quiet place to relax with your partner, go to Sundog Retreat which is just outside of Whitehorse.




Banff is home to the Alberta Rocky Mountains but that is not all. It also has gorgeous hiking trais, countless photo opportunities in Lake Louise’s vicinity. Stay at the luxurious Fairmont Banff Springs mountain hotel which lies in the heart of the Banff National Park. If you are during winter, give skiing a try; golf in the summer.



Quebec City

The city’s historic Old Town is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Take a ride in a horse-drawn carriage around town; spend your leisure time walking along the St. Lawrence River; take a tour of the Chateau Frontenac, one of the world’s most photographed hotels. If you prefer a tranquil site, go to Hotel des Coutellier, a perfect spot for you and your partner.


New Brunswick

Bay of Fundy

Is it kayacking? Walking on the beach? It offers it all. You can also watch whales, cycle along the trails that lie along the coast, enjoy seafood that will baptize your senses. And if you into cooking, why not visit the local markets. You might be surprised by what you find. You don’t have to be a wine connoisseur to enjoy a winery tour. St. Matins Country Inn offers many a bed & breakfasts.




Located in Southwestern Ontario, this town is the home of the Stratford Festival—North America’s largest classical theatre. This fits perfectly with the vibrant music and art that is present here. So if you are an artist or artiste seeking inspiration. This is the place for you, most definitely. Who knows, you might run into Oscar winning actor, Christopher Plummer, at the Westover Inn.

These are all great spots so why not pick that one that is to your liking! Or be more spontaneous and draw a ballot. Either way, I guarantee that you and your will be pleasantly surprised.


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