Canada, our great white neighbor to the north, is known for quite a few things. But it’s the sunsets in Canada that are unbelievable. Have you visited Canada? Have you seen the beautiful sunsets? It’s probably the natural beauty that gives rise to the beautiful sunsets. Sometimes one might think of beautiful beaches for sunsets, but Canada, with it’s wonderful landscapes can really have some unique views.
I absolutely love visiting Canada and taking pleasure in the beauty of the skies and of course, the ridiculously beautiful sunsets.
Here are the top 10 places to watch sunsets in Canada.
Grand Bend, Ontario
Who would have thought Caribbean blue waters were in Canada? And if you look at this lake, you’ll see that you can’t even see the end of it.
Fjord du Saguenay, Quebec
Do you love the Fjords of Norway or Alaska? Well, we have another one here. Saguenay is like this unknown fjord, that really makes an impact.
Banff National Park, Alberta
Banff is basically unbelievable. It’s the heart of the Rockies and it has views that you’ve never seen before.
Toronto Island, Toronto
We all know Toronto. But did you know you can see Toronto from across the way on Toronto Island?
L’Anse Aux Meadows, Newfoundland and Labrador
If it was beautiful enough for the Vikings, it’s beautiful enough for you. In the far corner of Newfoundland, L’Anse Aux Meadows has beautiful sunsets right over the water.
Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia
Cape Breton has views upon views. Every sunset is basically beautiful wherever you look. If you’re looking for the most breathtaking sunsets in Canada, you really can’t go wrong.
Tombstone Territorial Park, Yukon
Look at these smokey mountains with the smoke heading over the mountains. I mean, it’s incredible. That sunset cuts right through the clouds and is unreal.
The Prairies, Saskatchewan
The Prairies go on for miles. Looking out, it’s like the earth never ends and you can see this sunset over the curvature of the earth.
Mount Tolmie, Victoria
The sunsets you see from Mount Tolmie have you feeling like you’re standing over the world.
Quebec City has the most photographed hotel in the world, the Chateau Frontenac. Look at the Frontenac with the sun gleaming in the windows. It’s such a background that your photos can’t go wrong.
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