7 Sunsets in Canada You Need to See to Believe
Spring is in the Canadian air and what better way to appreciate the beautiful season than by watching the stunning sunset every night. Grab your good walking shoes and maybe a sweater, it might get chilly at night and head to one of these great destinations to watch the sun go to sleep. These are 7 Sunsets in Canada You Need to See to Believe.
Fjord Du Saguenay, Quebec
Skip out on going to Montreal or Quebec City for the 18th time, take a visit to Fjord du Saguenay, you won’t regret the decision.
Banff National Park, Alberta
This is one of the best national parks the country has to offer, you can’t beat the beautiful waters or the gorgeous mountains. All of these together make up a beautiful sunset every night.
The town of Muskoka is known for its cottages, but next time you’re there, take some time to appreciate the stunning sunset.
The Prairies, Saskatchewan
The sunset in this part of the country doesn’t get any more Canadian than this, but the superb sunset along with the endless tall grass makes for an image that needs to be appreciated.
Tombstone Territorial Park, Yukon
When you think about Yukon, the general thought is about the frigid winter weather that northern Canada is known for. The cold weather might exist, but it can be fairly easy to forget about when you get this view.
Toronto Island, Toronto
The lovely Toronto skyline combined with the sun setting is a great visual that should be on the top of your to-do list every day you’re in Toronto.
Grouse Mountain, Vancouver
If you’re looking for the perfect sunset, this one might be it. When you get to the top of Grouse Mountain you get to see the Pacific Ocean as well as the city of Vancouver!
Obviously, this is just a small sample of some of the wonderful sunsets the country has to offer, what are some of your favourites?