35 - 10 of the Most Beautiful Places in Canada for Spectacular Views

10 of the Most Beautiful Places in Canada for Spectacular Views

Canada is a massive country with picturesque splendor on a splendid scale. From Atlantic to Pacific, and the U.S. border to the Arctic, splendor is always on display. Here’s a detailed collection of what are the most stunning places in Canada for spectacular views.


1. Chesterman Beach 

In Tofino is regarded as one of the finest beaches on the West Coast. Stunning geography enables the visitors to walk out to Frank Island at low tide with varieties of tide pools to explore. The sand spit reaching out to the island divides the beach into two creatively stunning sections.


2. Lunenburg, Nova Scotia 

This is one of the prettiest small towns in Canada and a registered UNESCO World Heritage Site. Settled by the Britishers and developed by Swiss, German, and French Protestants, most of the town’s buildings are dated between the 18th and 19th centuries. The distinct buildings are well-known for their stunning pastel shades and their ‘Lunenburg Bump’, a detailed second-floor dormer window that hangs over the first floor. This historic town is home to numerous craft shops, boutiques, and art galleries.


3. Manitoba 

Travelers adore the idea of watching polar bears from a vehicle or ship. The Sea River Heritage Lodge, accessible via a half-hour flight journey from Churchill to the Subarctic Tundra on the coast of Hudson Bay, takes visitors on walks twice routinely to look at polar bears in the wild at eye level. It’s the only walking safari of its kind in beautiful Manitoba.


4. Niagara Falls 

We understand that is commercialized and crowded but you must know that it’s a natural wonder that requires to be experienced with stunning views. Take it all in from high viewpoints, from a helicopter circling above, or even from below the deck of a boat. Never let the crowds bother you, just visit and happily enjoy the view.


5. Vancouver from the water 

One of the most stunning cities in the entire world is best viewed from the water. It would be best to rent a kayak or canoe and prepare to be amazed. It’s easy to observe why Vancouver has been consistently ranked as one of the most stunning cities on the planet. Vancouver Island on the opposite side is beautiful in the setting sun.


6. Alberta 

Alberta precisely attracts the history buffs among you. in the prairies and cliffs of the Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park’s Milk River valley is the largest concentration of First Nature petroglyphs and pictographs of North America. This includes historical pictures of plants, humans, and animals, sketched on sandstone with bison bones and painted with natural dyes of bison fat and red ochre.


7. Rideau Canal, Ottawa, Ontario 

It is a fact that the city of Ottawa hosts the world’s largest natural skating rink at seven kilometers long. Strapping on some skates and twisting in the Rideau Canal Skateway is a brilliant way to enjoy the winter. 


8. Signal Hill 

Catch some of the finest views of the Atlantic anywhere from the iconic Cabot Tower and along the North Head Trail. See the place where Marconi fetched the first trans-Atlantic radio signal in 1901. The houses clinging to the hillside embody the Newfoundland spirit gracefully.


9. Monts-Valin National Park, Saguenay  

You can see snow for miles and miles, on a mountain that’s been eroded over time and has breath-taking points. The stunning motifs of the Monts-Valin have nearly fifteen peaks over 800 meters high. Its brilliant snow offers it a privileged status among skiers and snows hoers. 


10. The Northwest Territory 

This is one of the few places in the world where you can observe the Aurora borealis or the stunning northern lights. It will definitely be one of the magical moments of your life. The best time to visit the place would be from August to October and December to April. 


With this list of major places to visit in Canada, you now have a small base for an itinerary. Canada is a land that will fill you with wonders at every turn and you must definitely go explore it. If you desire to see all of these amazing places in Canada, connect with us at Travel Gooru today. We help clients search for cheap hotels and rental cars at their vacation destination. We instantly compare prices and provide precise details to make it easy for our clients.

Travel Gooru Blogs 1 - The Top 10 Travel Bloggers you should already be following

The Top 10 Travel Bloggers you should already be following

Becoming one of the most famous travel bloggers is not an easy task, as a travel blogger has to travel around the world to collect content for their writings, spiced up with their personal travel experiences. Travel blogging essentially involves traveling to the destination country or series of countries to have an insight into an exciting experience. This is then expressed in words and hosted on a blog site accompanied with good quality photographs.

Travel Blogging is driven by the strong wanderlust of the blogger. No academic requirements are there for becoming a travel blogger. Some of the most renowned travel bloggers have opted for this option as a career because of a lack of sufficient qualifications and lust for traveling and gathering experience. Once opted as an experiment to explore becomes a full-time passion for travel bloggers that glorifies their CV and bank balance. An essential aspect of travel blogging is that it is more informative for readers and less of personal experience sharing as the main aim is to influence people to come out and travel.

Listed below are the top 10 travel bloggers who have created a niche for themselves in the world of blogging over the period:-

1) Dan (https://www.danflyingsolo.com)

Dan, British by birth, is one of the most renowned travel bloggers of the world who is obsessed with exploring territories, meeting new people and clicking perfect pictures with his camera. He is known for traveling more than 1000 + (precisely, 1467 days between the year 2014 to 2018) days on the road to pursue his career as a travel blogger, chasing adventures and inspirations.

He has been engaged in every aspect related to travel; travel writer, creative director, designer, videographer and photographer, etc at his media company in Portugal. Dan works with Sky-scanner and lonely planet regularly and has amazed travelers with tons of his useful tips about traveling. His photographs are published in various magazines namely Beautiful Destination, Travel and Leisure, National Geographic, Travel Channel and Matador Network.

His travel blog is popular by the name of “Dan Flying Solo”.

2) Melissa Giroux (https://abrokenbackpack.com)

She is a Canadian travel blogger originally from Quebec. She started her journey around the world at the age of 25 and moved cross border countries to satiate her traveling and exploring lusts. On her way, she discovered Australia, UK, Southeast Asia, and various other countries. Her works are published on Huffington Post, Matador Network, Thought Catalogue and lot more.

Travel blog title “A Broken Backpack” truly justifies her solo female backpacker spirit and inspiration. You can catch her on Snapchat or YouTube where she uses her talent and hard work to travel sharing or hitchhiking

3) Gregory George (https://www.followsummer.com)

Originally from Canada, Gregory loves his weekend house in Saint Marys, Ontario. He is a world traveler whose travel blogs are designed to guide your exploration of the world. Besides being a traveler, he is a writer and blogger, co-founder and editor in chief of the “Followsummer.com” travel blog. He has been a former actor, current show singer and non-hipster foodie.

He has traveled across the world, starting in the summer of 2004. He visited 26 countries in 12 months with two suitcases, a camera and a computer bag. Traveling according to him is about pleasure, curiosity, and education.

4) Lili (https://www.lilistravelplans.com)

She is a Belgian woman known to be a kickass travel blogger. She had created a place for herself at the 25th rank of top travel blogger to follow in 2016. Her travel blog “Lili’s travel Plan” has no filters and she shares her true to life traveling experience with the people she meets on her way. She believes in telling stories behind the places through words and in her pictures. Her stories belong to people and emotions. She hardly cares about seeing famous sites.

5) Gloria (Aka Glo) (https://theblogabroad.com)

She is a native of Arizona and never afraid to express her opinion or raise her voice as a writer. She creates great content for readers. Her travel blog “The blog abroad” showcase her eye for perfection in words and photography. Her association with top travel photographers speaks for her passion and realism. Her writings have appeared in Huffington Post, Thought Catalogue and Matador Networks.

Her immaculate selfies have been a source of inspiration for selfie lovers and her pictures depict what life is. As a solo female traveler, her blogs inspired readers to jump out of their seats and book flights to the destination she propagates in her blogs.

6) Charles Mccool (https://www.mccooltravel.com)

Charles Michel has a travel blog “McCool Travel”. He shows travelers how we can increase their happiness while traveling and reduce stress on every trip. He has been in the business of traveling for the last 20 years.  His articles, book, classes, and talks are a source of inspiration for potential travelers. He has visited 50 states in the US, dozen cross border countries and five continents.

His “McCool Travel” blog has been designed to work with destinations and brands to promote fun and unique experience to willing audiences.

His achievements include #1 on Top 1000 + travel blogs (Rising Market Insight), #1on 5 terrific travel bloggers you should follow on Flipboard, #2 travel expert in the world (Klout) and a lot more.

His famous book is “Winning of the Airfare Game: Save Money and Stress on Every Flight”

7) Alyssa Ramos (https://mylifesamovie.com)

A Cuban American Florida native, Alyssa is 30 years old self-made travel blogger and social media influencer, traveling solo full time for the last few years. She is an adventure junky who always tends to push her limits and opts for challenges. She has traveled so far to 85 + countries, 7 continents and her favorite places include Antarctica, Iceland, Japan, etc.

She has featured on major press outlets like The Daily Mail, The Huffington Post, The Mirror UK and a TV interview on Inside Edition. Her writings have appeared on various sites including Matador Network, Geo Chic Magazine. She has started a program called the wanderlust workers which is a travel saving and making program for people who are willing to work hard to travel. She has also started a charitable foundation called Heartsleeves.org to help bring items of need to the countries she travels. Her travel blog is “mylifeamovie.com”

8) Drew Binsky (https://drewbinsky.com)

Drew Goldberg, Drew Binsky (online alias) is an American travel blogger and vlogger who features his travel blogs on his YouTube channel and social media accounts.

By March 2020, he has visited 191 countries. He is a Guinness World Record Holder for most UNESCO World Heritage site visits in 24 hours. He grew up in Scottsdale, Arizona. He started a travel blog in October 2015 by the name of “The Hungry partier” and later renamed Drew Binsky and begins documenting his travel on Instagram and Snapchat.

He has announced his upcoming documentary on his travels by the name of Border 197 in 2020. But due to the Breakout of COVID-19, his plans are on the hold.

He is a part of the GoPro family and writes for Elite Daily and The Huffington Post. He has worked with several brands and sponsors and is known as Snapchat genius who creates his travel shows through Snapchat.

9) Steph Be (https://www.travel-break.net)

She is an award-winning travel blogger who has more than 280000 followers. Her travel blog’s name is “Travel-break.net” which renders useful tips on taking the trip. She is an American Latina woman with a passion for meeting new people and exploring places. Stephanie Be has been globetrotting for more than 250 destinations. She has been writing for several media channels including The Huffington Post, Elite Daily, Forbes, Matador Network and more.

She is a great photographer, a talented writer, and a content creator.

10) Stefan and Sebastian (https://nomadicboys.com)

One of the cutest gay couples, these are travel bloggers from Europe and are currently traveling Argentina. Taking the travel industry by storm, the boys’ mission is to promote gay couples to travel and step out of their comfort zone. The travel blog is by the name of “Nomadic Boys”. It provides an insight into the local gay life, gay scene, where to stay, unique things to do, how to stay and other practical tips while exploring the world. They have been traveling the world since 2014.


Follow these travel blogger’s tips next time you are planning a trip or read our latest blog posts.

Travel Gooru Blogs 1 - London’s Biggest Tourist Attractions

London’s Biggest Tourist Attractions

Someone very aptly said, “A bad day in London is still better than a good day anywhere else”. London, the capital of England and also her largest city is around two thousand years old. Originally called ‘Londinium’ by the Romans, modern-day London offers an eclectic mix of history, art, culture, food, and fashion.


Be it the confluence of ancient and modern art at the Tate Britain and the Tate Modern or high-end fashion at Bond Street or boho-chic at Oxford Street, London caters to myriad different tastes and interests. So, here are some of London’s hotspots that will captivate your senses and leave you longing for more.


First up, undoubtedly has to be Buckingham Palace-the London residence and administrative headquarters of the monarch. Here you can get much more than an eyeful of world-famous art and real opulence, not to forget Changing of the Guard, one of London’s most popular attractions. If you are looking for the famous British military pomp and grandeur, this is where you need to be.


Next is the iconic Big Ben, which is the great bell of the largest and most accurate, four-faced striking and chiming clock in the world. Located at the northern end of Westminster Palace, this tower was originally known as Clock Tower. It was renamed Elizabeth Tower in 2012 to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. As for Westminster Palace, it is representative of a combination of History, Politics, and Architecture. It is the meeting place of both houses of the British Parliament. Westminster Abbey is home to the remains of seventeen monarchs and also many of history’s celebrities like Darwin, Dickens, to name a few. This embodiment of Gothic grandeur has played host to sixteen royal weddings and every coronation since 1066.


The Tower of London is a must-see for its wonderful architecture, gruesome stories and costumed actors and guides, who bring to life the ghosts of the past. Built-in 1078 by William the Conqueror, it was used as a prison from 1100-1952. Today it houses the world-famous Crown Jewels. So if expensive baubles are your thing, the Tower is definitely worth a visit.


London’s cantilevered observation wheel on the south bank of the Thames is one of the UK’s most popular paid tourist attractions. Popularly known as the Millenium Wheel, it used to offer the highest public viewing point in London till 2013. Now that honour has been claimed by the Shard. Designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano, the Shard offers a 360-degree view of the city.


If resplendent palaces with plush grounds are what fascinate you, pay a visit to Hampton Court. This Tudor era palace with indoor tennis courts, a royal maze and magic garden adventure playground, has been known to enthrall history buffs and art enthusiasts alike.


A visit to London wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the incredible Madame Tussauds, where over 300 lifelike models vie for your attention. From contemporary actors like George Clooney and Aishwarya Rai to history’s icons like Einstein and Marilyn Monroe, here’s your chance to get up close and personal with all the celebrities you could possibly dream of. 


No trip is complete without sampling the local delights. While fish and chips do have their charm, who wouldn’t like to relive the days of yore, with a typical English High Tea? A visit to The Ritz, Piccadilly will have your taste-buds dancing in delight as you feast on dainty cakes, wafer-thin sandwiches, and the trademark Earl Grey.


So why wait any longer? We at Travelgooru.com are committed to turning your dreams into reality. Contact us and enjoy an unforgettable “London” experience.