Canadian Stereotype Tourist Photos

Canadian Stereotype Tourist Photos
Canadian Stereotype Tourist Photos

Canadian Stereotype Tourist Photos | The Niagara Falls, the skyline of Toronto, Moraine Lake and Old Quebec are the top 4 Canadian tourist attractions that come to mind if you ask international travelers from the opposite side of the planet. But listen honey: Canada is not the United States :D Touristy things are getting thin fast down the stretch. Apart from a lot of snow, what else out there in cold Canada is worth being posted by Asian tourists on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest? Here are our top 10 Canada pics. Let’s call it our unofficial list of the Canadian Stereotype Tourist Photos :)

1: Moraine Lake, Rocky Mountains, Alberta

Canadian Stereotype Tourist Photos Moraine Lake.
Canada’s Moraine Lake, approx. 2 hours west of Calgary. Clear winner in our list of the Canadian Stereotype Tourist Photos.

2: Toronto Skyline

Canadian Stereotype Tourist Photos Skyline of Toronto
Canada: Skyline of Toronto

3: Niagara Falls

Canada: Niagarafalls
Canadian Stereotype Tourist Photos: Niagarafalls

4: Old Quebec

Canadian Stereotype Tourist Photos Canada: Chateau Frontenac, Quebec City
Canadian Stereotype Tourist Photos: Chateau Frontenac, Quebec City

5: The Canadian (Vancouver – Toronto)

Canadian Stereotype Tourist Photos The Canadian; a train between Vancouver and Toronto, running 3 times per week.
Canada: The Canadian; a train between Vancouver and Toronto, running 3 times per week.

6: Whistler and Blackcomb

Canadian Stereotype Tourist Photos Whistler and Blackcomb Resort
Canada: Whistler and Blackcomb Resorts. Stunning vistas all year.

7: Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver

Canada: Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver.
Canada: Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver.

8: Fernie, East Kootenay

Canada: Fernie, East Kootenay region
Canada: Fernie, East Kootenay region

9: Flowerpot Island

Canada. Flowerpot Island - in Georgian Bay (Ontario). Part of Fathom Five National Marine Park.
Canada. Flowerpot Island – in Georgian Bay (Ontario). Part of Fathom Five National Marine Park.

10: Hopewell Rocks

Canada: Hopewell Rocks at low tide and high tide.
Canada: Hopewell Rocks – the place with the largest difference between low tide and high tide.
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