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Smiles Mobile Remittance not only gives you value for your money through our Everyday Great Rate, but we also wanted you to enjoy the best season in Canada, so here’s our list of five best places you can visit for a Budget friendly Summer getaway in Canada:
Banff National Park, Alberta
Banff National Park, Alberta – From as low as $155 for two adults, and approximately 8-10 hours, you can explore Canada’s first National Park and flagship of the nation’s park system. Rocky mountain peaks, glacial lakes, wildlife, and adventures! Two of the most famous lakes in Canada, Lake Louise and Moraine Lake gleam in hues of turquoise and aquamarine. Banff National Park offers incomparable facets of nature’s beauty. Trails surrounding the vast expanse of the park offer opportunities for biking and hiking. The most popular activity for most visitors during summer is the round-trip Gondola Ride to the top of Sulphur Mountain. From as low as $62.00 for two adults, the thrilling ride offers views of six different mountain ranges and nearby rivers, aboard a state-of-the-art Alpine transport with large windows and seating capacity for four guests.
Niagara Falls, Toronto
Niagara Falls, Toronto – From as low as $152.00 for two adults, you can sit back and relax as a guide navigates you from Mississauga to Niagara. For sure you won’t miss any important and beautiful landmarks as you go along, especially the Floral Clock and Queenston Heights park. The guided tour includes Sheraton Buffet lunch overlooking Niagara Falls. Plus, head to Ontario for a maple syrup tasting and free time to explore the area at your own pace.
Jasper National Park, Alberta
Jasper National Park, Alberta – From as low as $75.00 for a half-day tour for two adults, you can enjoy the biggest national park in the Canadian Rockies, covering 4,200 square miles. Glaciers, lakes, hot springs, waterfalls, mountains, and the Columbian Icefield attracts visitors from all over the world. See the stunning limestone gorge and waterfalls in Maligne Canyon, and learn why Medicine Lake vanishes every year. Choose between a boat ride or a guided walk from Maligne Lake to Spirit Island. Be prepared to see abundant wildlife like wolves and Moose.
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Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver
Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver – With a free shuttle ride between downtown Vancouver and Capilano Suspension Bridge and from as low as $75.00 for two adults, enjoy the one-of-a-kind heart-racing experience. The bridge is 140 meters long and 70 meters above the river. The surrounding 27 acres offer nature, history, and culture in unique and thrilling ways. Guides, signages, and exhibits throughout the park help visitors in understanding rainforest ecosystems and sustainability. Tip: If you want a magical breathtaking experience, visit the Capilano Suspension Bridge at night. The effects of the lights and sounds of the night on a rainforest are simply amazing.
Stanley Park and VanDusen Botanical Garden, Vancouver
Stanley Park and VanDusen Botanical Garden, Vancouver – You have a choice of walking ($40.00) or riding a Bike ($90.00) guided tour of Stanley Park, the city’s “Green Heart”. Enjoy a relaxing tour through a 1,000-acre (405) hectares park. To learn about the city’s origin, visit Brockton Point’s Totem Poles and Third Beach. Explore the park’s weirdest art installations, crime scenes, hidden trails, and secret cemeteries. Admission ticket to VanDusen Botanical Garden is less than $10.00 for two adults. An exciting tour of 55 acres of green retreat in the heart of Vancouver. The park is proud of its 7500 plant species from across the world. There are trained guides who interact with visitors and explain to them about the plantation. Tourists and locals love to wander through the Elizabethan hedge maze and sit for a coffee in the Café located inside the garden.