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Canada features several prime locations that lit up during the fall season. The incredible landscape, pleasant weather, and a pleasant ambience are just some of the reasons you will find to be in this part of the world. The autumn season brings in a colourful atmosphere something that you will never witness during the summer or winter season. Besides, the Canada tourist attractions portray a unique charm and elegance that is unmatched. We bring you few places to visit in Canada during the fall season to experience the pure magic of the changing colour of the season.

Victoria in British Columbia

 Victoria, British Columbia

This region in British Columbia has to feature in the top destinations to be visited during the fall season. Not only do we experience the changing color of the west coast of Canada alone. It is always coupled with gorgeous natural scenic landscapes and plenty of Canada sightseeing options to explore. The ancient Butchart Gardens features several colorful maples and golden chrysanthemums. Also, there are several antique shops, galleries, and tearooms that will arouse interest to match all tastes. The Sooke Harbour House, the Craigdarroch Castle, and the Hatley Castle feature in some of the exciting destinations during the autumn break. This is your rare chance to explore the Greenhouse tour during your visit.


 Canadian Rocky Mountains, Alberta

The Canadian Rocky Mountains in Alberta offer a peaceful and tranquil atmosphere during the autumn break. With a majority of the tourist and local population missing, you have the place all by yourself to explore and enjoy every facet it has to offer. The incredible ambiance of the aspen trees and the sub-alpine larch is worth witnessing during this season. You can be assured to be lost in its incredible natural beauty. Do check out the Tunnel mountain, Johnston’s Canyon, and try hiking till Lake Agnes.


 Quebec City

Well, the tour from Toronto through Montreal till Quebec City is one of the most memorable rides you can ever indulge in your lifetime. The Canada tourist places to explore in the Quebec region enlighten up during the Autumn break, and it somehow manages to infuse some autumn colour and create a vibrant ambiance in the forests of Eastern Canada. The Lanaudiere and Mauricie region placed between Montreal and the Quebec City is home to almost 10,000 pristine lakes and a gorgeous landscape.


 Niagara Fall, Ontario

This is probably your answer to the question of what to see in Canada during the autumn season. With close proximity to the Toronto city, the Algonquin Park garners attention from both locals and tourists alike. The park features a wide array of dense forests, mesmerizing lakes, stunning river landscapes that are forever vying for your attention. The maple trees, red oaks, aspens, and tamaracks reach their peak blossoming state by the end of October. You will never be short of indulgences and fun activities during this season. Other unforgettable activities to indulge in Ontario are to visit the Agawa Canyon, the historical Niagara Parkway, and the Bruce Peninsula.

Prince Edward Island

 Prince Edward Island

You can’t witness a better Canada sightseeing destination that viewing the magnificent Autumn colour of Prince Edward Island. The landscape is further enhanced with a pleasant climate and the picturesque waters running from Northumberland Strait till the Gulf of St. Lawrence. One of the unique place that offers the best of peace and tranquillity. The wildlife disappears during the fall season ensuring a hunting free environment. This is one of the best places to visit in Canada that should never be missed.

Nova Scotia

 Nova Scotia

Features in the list of the stunning destinations in this region, the Cabot Trail surrounding Cape Breton’s northernmost region decorates the area with its incredible natural landscape and vibrant ambiance. Gold blankets, fiery red, oranges, and crimsons reach their peak state during the fall season brings a fresh new life to the environment. Other hotspots in the region include the National Historic Site, the Cape Breton Highlands National Park, and the Kejimkujik National Park.



The Elk Ridge Resort in Saskatchewan is one of the tourist hotspots in the region. This resort knows precisely how to pamper their guests to the core. With a wide range of exotic indulgences and modern amenities, it offers a memorable stay for all its guests. Some of the favourite activities to indulge in are playing golf, hiking, birdwatching, or just lazing around exploring the beautiful landscape. Be it night or day, the atmosphere is worth experiencing during the fall season.



The Riding Mountain National Park is one of the favourite Canada tourist places in Manitoba. Spread over an incredible area of three thousand km2 featuring boreal forests and rolling hills. You can spot several wolves, black bears, moose, elk, and other species in the woods. The fall experiences offer something unique to match all tastes and requirements. This will be an experience to remember.

New Brunswick

 New Brunswick

Counted as a gorgeous destination for a maritime journey, the Fundy Coastal Drive in New Brunswick continues to woo the audience no matter which season you visit this place. If the summers are pleasant, winters are extreme; the autumn brings in a fusion of vibrant colour in the environment. Bright red pumpkins reach their peak state during the autumn season. With a minimal tourist population in the region, you can explore the entire place all by yourself at your own pace.

The spectacular hues are best adorned by Canada during the fall season. Breath-taking natural surroundings are there is plenty for people to explore the best of Canada. Book a combo package that will feature a Canada visit visa for saving some quick buck in your travel arrangements. The colour blast of the autumn colour is waiting to be uncovered that will offer you an unforgettable experience.

Granted, the world has many weird, unreal and sometimes surreal places. Did you know though, that America has quite its share of unbelievable places too? Some of these are natural and some of these are made by quirky, slightly crazy people. We’ve curated a list of the most unusual American places to check out when you visit the US next.

  1. Jules’ Undersea Lodge

Jules’ Undersea Lodge

At Key Largo, Florida, there’s something very unusual and very beautiful. It’s an entirely undersea lodge that brings history, nature and beauty together. The lodge is stuck to the ocean floor, 30 feet down. Guests wake up to incredible views of exotic marine life swimming outside their windows. To stay in the only underwater lodge in the US, you’ll need to be scuba certified.  The lodge which was once a marine observation lab, has two bedrooms and one bathroom.

  1. Grand Prismatic Spring, Wyoming


Grand Prismatic Spring, Wyoming


The Grand Prismatic Spring is the largest hot spring in the US and the third largest in the world. It is completely natural; the water that gushes out breaks into all colors of the rainbow when it meets the sun. The Grand Prismatic is located in the Yellowstone National Park, which offers several other fabulous sights for you, such as Old Faithful, Morning Glory Pool, and the Grand Canyon.

  1. Mendenhall Glacier Caves, Alaska

Mendenhall Glacier Caves, Alaska

So how about a 12-mile glacier that houses several surreal, deep blue and pink and icy blue ice caves? That’s the treasure that awaits you at the Mendenhall Valley of Juneau. These lovely caves are to be found along the West Glacier trail. They are splendid, whimsical and unless there’s a glacial shift, they don’t change forms. You could almost live in them!

  1. Northern Lights, Alaska

Northern Lights, Alaska

Alaska has many wonders but what draws the tourists to this incredible state is the phenomenon of the Northern Lights. Needless to say, the Northern Lights are one of the world’s most beautiful and unusual natural wonders. Take a trip to Alaska and grab a front row seat to the best show you’ll ever see, at Fairbanks or Anchorage from September to the 20th of April. Designers have tried to replicate the incredible colors and nature of the lights but no one has come close to the pearlescent and yet incandescent magnificence of the Northern Lights.

  1. The Parthenon in Nashville

The Parthenon in Nashville

Before Nashville became the capital of country music, a replica of the Greek Parthenon was built here. It was filled with American paintings and opened for public enjoyment. It’s the only true-size replica of the Greek Parthenon in the world, brought to life in complete, faithful detail. You can be excused for feeling you’ve stepped back into ancient Greece.

  1. Oneonta Gorge, Oregon

Oneonta Gorge, Oregon

The Oneonta Gorge, located in the Columbia River is home to a unique and weird set of woodland and aquatic plants. The moss and ferns spread out over the gorge’s walls, forming weird and sometimes believable fancy shapes. The moss makes the walls look like something out of a fairy tale. On a warm day, you can walk through a creek, enjoying the weird formations on the walls of the gorge.

  1. Skagit Valley Tulip Fields, Washington

Skagit Valley Tulip Fields, Washington

Thousands of visitors visit Washington every year, specifically the Skagit Valley Tulip Fields, April 1st and 30th to admire and sigh over a gorgeous carpet of tulips. The tulip festival draws in thousands of tourists every year who come to watch these lovely multicolored flowers in bloom; they probably feel grateful that they applied for a US tourist visa when standing in front of those blooms!

  1. Zion National Park, Utah

Zion National Park, Utah

This is an unusual national park located near Springdale, Utah. It’s an incredible 146,000 acres in size, and the most prominent feature is the 15 mile long and half a mile deep Zion Canyon. It’s an incredible canyon, filled with water in places, that only the brave dare to traverse.

  1. Watkins Glen State Park, New York

Watkins Glen State Park, New York

If you loved the Lord of the Rings, you’ll love the absolutely fantasy-like region south of the Seneca Lake in the Finger Lakes region. It’s called Rainbow Bridge and Falls and it very much resembles the Lord of the Rings set in New Zealand. The grass here is that pristine parrot-green in color; the carpets of flowers are multicolored and amazing. It’s so beautiful you’ll need to pinch yourself to wake up.

  1. Antelope Canyon, Arizona

Antelope Canyon, Arizona

This fabulous slot Antelope Canyon in Page, Arizona is split into two different sections, known as ‘The Crack’ and ‘The Corkscrew’. They are fabulous to look at, and the lovely natural canvas color and rather unique structure are very photograph-worthy.

  1. Yosemite Valley, California

Yosemite Valley, California

The Yosemite Valley is a very unusual 8-mile glacial expanse that’s covered in pine. It is a pristine green valley which is surrounded by granite summits that have names such as Half Dome and El Capitan. It’s a hot spot for photographers who exclaim at the beauty, the magnificence and the sheer drama of the valley tucked in between the magnificent cliffs.

  1. Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico

Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico

The Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico are a set of 119 caves (that’s how many we know of) beneath the National Park’s rocky land. These caves are formed of limestone and sulfuric acid. Visitors love riding down an elevator 750 feet below ground to explore these immense caves.

  1. Bryce Canyon, Utah

Bryce Canyon, Utah

Bryce Canyon in Utah is located roughly 50 miles from Zion National Park. It has a famous collection of large natural amphitheaters. These geologically well-known structures were formed by stream erosion and weather during frost. Celebrate the incredible white, orange and red rocks of the canyons, which form a lovely sight.

  1. The Wave, Arizona

The Wave, Arizona

The Wave is a lovely a sandstone rock formation that looks very much like a painting, all done up in vibrant colors that have come out of a divine brush. Every year, thousands of trekkers hike the Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness near the Arizona-Utah border to reach the immensely beautiful The Wave and photograph themselves against it.

  1. Sequoia National Park, California

Sequoia National Park, California

One of the greatest wonders in our world is California’s Sequoia National Park, with its incredibly tall, giant sequoia trees. The famous General Sherman Tree is one of the largest Sequoias in the entire world, standing proud at 275 feet. This tree is believed to be approximately 2,500 years old.

  1. Thor’s Well, Oregon

Thor's Well, Oregon

Thor’s Well is a large saltwater fountain that spouts up from a group of rocks, driven by ocean tides. If you want to see it in action, best get to Cape Perpetua before high tide. The fountain keeps spewing for an hour after high tide a well. Thor’s Well is lovely to watch but also very dangerous and should be approached with caution.

  1. Devils Tower, Wyoming

Devils Tower, Wyoming

Rising proudly about 5,000-plus feet above sea level is Wyoming’s Devils Tower, a giant igneous rock. There’s a legend behind this rock. Apparently, a few Native American girls were running from a bear. They found a rock and climbed up and prayed to the Great Spirit for deliverance. To save them, the Great Spirit drew the rock’s spirit out, extending it to a great height, so high that the bear couldn’t climb up to harass the girls. The girls reached the stars when the rock grew high and were turned into star constellations.

  1. Randyland, Pittsburgh


Randyland, Pittsburgh

Finding place of note among natural wonders is the manmade wonder that is f Randy Gibson’s home, Randyland, in Pittsburgh, which is the home of great painters such as Andy Warhol. The city’s Mexican War Streets love art anyway, but Randyland is a magnet for art lovers with its incredibly-colorful mural-filled walls and courtyard. If you’re looking for some conflict-filled dining, check out the Conflict Kitchen restaurant in Pittsburgh, where Randyland serves food from those countries that are at odds with the US.


There are many unusual wonders in the world, both natural and manmade. The US has its share of them – more than we can cover in this blog. When you travel to the US next, be sure to check out some of the incredible marvels we’ve dug up for you!