The second largest country in the world. Canada has a handful of interesting cities scattered through a vast plains, tundra, mountain and forest wilderness. Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver all offer high standards of living and a comfortable visit. Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia offers breathtaking coastal landscapes and driving.

The Dempster highway, through the Yukon to Inuvik, near the Arctic Ocean, is a must for adventurous drivers. And if you are really adventurous, drive it in winter when it becomes an ice road. Baffin Island features the highest sheer cliff face in the world, Mount Thor, close to the famous Mount Asgard, featured in the Bond film 'The Spy Who Loved Me'.


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Why you should go:

To drive the Dempster Highway.

Why you shouldn't:

It's a notoriously boring country.

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