Not yet decided on where to go for an exciting, fascinating and relaxing destination?
Well, perhaps the Canadian old city, Vieux-Quebec would be the best choice for you! Located in North America, Quebec Province, the city boasts of densely rich historic information for touristic value that has made it recognized by UNESCO as a world Heritage Site.
Why choose the the city?
1. Affordable and reliable transport services The area is equipped with good funicular cars that connect the foot of the Cape to the top cliff hence allowing a glamorous view of the entire city. Additionally, train and bus stations serviced by Orleans Express company are available. Strategically placed 'Jean Lesage Airport' also adds to quick travel.
2. Hotel services Classy hotel Clarendon is the only oldest operating hotel with welcoming sooty ambiance with advantages of modern technology benefits!
3. It is listed as UNESCO'S World Heritage Site. Get yourself a ticket to this city and you won't regret it!
If you reside around the Toronto area, or you’re planning a visit any time in the near future, Niagara Falls must definitely be in your itinerary. Only a 90 minutes drive from Toronto, a tour to the Falls is absolutely in order if you take pleasure in natural beauty combined with a plethora of thrill. With a planned trip from one of the best tour operators, you will be picked up at a Toronto area hotel or your meeting point and returned roughly 9 hours later.
What Constitutes the Falls?
Niagara Falls are made up of 3 waterfalls, The Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls being the smallest of all. The most photographed and most popular of these falls is the Horseshoe because of its sheer size and its U-shape it a wonderful backdrop to any sightseer photograph.
Since the Falls are situated on the border of Canada and the United States they can be viewed from either country, though, the way they’re positioned makes it much better viewing from Canada and allows people to see the whole falls. This is certainly an experience you don’t want to miss.
There are many things that tourists must see in Churchill before leaving Manitoba. Churchill is home to various species of polar bears that are common sights during autumn. These polar bears move to the sea from the land, which makes this town as the world’s Polar Bear Capital. The shoreline of Hudson Bay is teemed with polar bears that has helped increase its annual tourist arrival.
Aside from polar bears, tourists can enjoy beluga whale watching. These so-called sea canaries are known for their myriads of sounds that they create. The Churchill River is inhabited by these creatures and travelers have a great fun as they hear the cacophony of sounds and vocalizations. For adventurous travelers, all they got to do is to use hydrophones to decipher the sound while snorkeling or go kayaking.
Stargazing should not be missed while in Churchill, Canada as tourists can witness the northern lights, which is a natural phenomenon that occurs annually. In fact, scientists, researchers and students would flock to this town to see the aurora borealis that is one of the top three world’s ideal spot for this natural occurrence. Tourists will awe in wonder as they click their cameras to catch the colorful dancing lights in the atmosphere from January to March.
In getting to Churchill, travelers can travel via airways or railway as there are no paved roads to pass. There are two available air charters from Winnipeg to Churchill, which is about two hours travel. Train ride will take about 48 hours from Winnipeg. Traveling by car is possible by traversing to Thompson before flying or boarding a train.
Although Churchill is isolated, travelers should not worry where to stay and dine. There are dining options that offer affordable menus and snack foods that they can take for their boat or buggy rides. For souvenirs, they can buy beluga, bird and polar bear souvenirs, and Inuit art created by Arctic artists.