Canada - A destination for which it has been rightly said "Your Adventure awaits". Visit Canada to explore the sea caves,Gizzly bears,beaches, lighthouses, rocky mountains, dead sea and off course road trip with beautiful views... So be tuned and explore Canada... Really .... "It's all Found in Canada". The views from the water are pretty indescribable, and a definite check off the bucket list” If you’re visiting New Brunswick this summer, don’t miss your chance to kayak these sea caves. The town of Saint Martins is just a 40 minute drive away from the coastal city of Saint John, or a two hour drive from Fredericton. Glendale Cove in Knight Inlet, is home to one of the largest concentration of Grizzly bears in British Columbia. There are few different ways that you can safely view them in the wild. On Vancouver Island, book a boat tour with Tideripgrizzly, departing daily from Telegraph Cove in the Spring and Summer. If you want to stay where the action is, spend a few days at the floating at Knight Inlet lodge. Surf’s up in Lawrencetown Beach, just 30 minutes away from downtown Halifax. If you haven’t tried surfing before, connect with East Coast Surf School to get you set up with lessons and rentals for your stay. If surfing isn’t for you, take a stroll along the Atlantic View Trail (Part of The Great Trail) for stunning ocean vistas. Nova Scotia is home to 160 lighthouses, but there is only one iconic Peggy’s Cove lighthouse. Located 45 minutes from downtown Halifax, this world-famous lighthouse was first constructed in 1868, and, while it’s not an active lighthouse today, it’s one of the most popular destinations in the province. After you see the lighthouse, grab an ice cream and stroll through the quaint fishing village for more picturesque views. RockyMountaineer! Explore western Canada on one of their four different routes, taking in the rugged scenery of the Rocky Mountains. The views pair perfectly with their fine dining experience, friendly staff and complimentary wine service. Little Manitou Lake, also known as “Canada’s Dead Sea” is located just minutes away from Watrous, where the water has a mineral density three-times saltier than ocean! Enabling swimmers to effortlessly float on their backs and relax A float at Manitou Beach is as relaxing as it looks! It’s an enchanting journey from the moment you depart Vancouver and step onto the ferry at the Horseshoe Bay Ferry Terminal. Make sure you head out to the deck to see the mountain views - and keep a look out for killer whales who are often spotted on the journey. The best part - the return journey back to Vancouver is just as stunning! Pro tip: If you are planning a trip to the Island on a weekend, make an advance reservation to secure your time. Looking for an East Coast road trip? Then head to Cape Breton, Nova Scotia to drive the 300 kilometre (185 mile) long Cabot Trail. This famous road winds along the ocean for stunning views the whole way. For a real adventure, book a bike touring trip and spend 5 days and 5 nights soaking in the views!