Canada is the world's 2nd largest country in terms of area and is located in the northern side of North America. It is bordered on the northwest and south by US, while on the east lies the Pacific Ocean. Canada is a gentler and much greener version of United States of America. This aspect of Canada has attracted large numbers of tourists towards it. Canada is a sparsely populated country comprising of many unexplored picturesque sites.
If you are a lover of outdoor sports or activities, then Canada is an ideal destination for you! During winters, the place gets full of skiers, while during the summers, it is largely visited by hikers. From the perspective of children, they can both enjoy and learn a lot in their tour to Canada. They can view the distinct arctic wildlife, not to mention the polar bears. Thus, Canada has something or the other for all age groups.
9,984,670 square km (3,854,085 square miles)
33,476,688 (2011 census)
English, French, Chipewyan, Cree, Gwich'in, Inuinnaqtun, Inuktitut, and Inuvialuktun.
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Canadian dollar ($) (CAD).
Climate and Geography
The climate of Canada varies from region to region. The interiors of Canada have cold climates almost year round, while the coastal regions are warmer. The temperature in the interiors of Canada average around -15 degrees C (5 degrees F) while it can also reach levels below -40 degrees C (-40 degrees F). The temperatures in the coastal areas usually range between 25 and 30 degrees C.
Cabana has both the longest coastline and the longest land-border in the world. Canada is comprised of 8 forest regions, lakes, glaciers, and mountains.
Canada has a strong network of transportation comprising of roadways, railways, waterways, and airways. Due to the large size of the country, the transportation department gets due care and attention.
Tourist & Immigration Info
Contact the nearest Canadian embassy for details on the requirements of visa.