Getting to know Canada: Two ideal itineraries
INDIA HAS THE GOLDEN TRIANGLE, a well-travelled tourist route between Delhi-Agra-Jaipur. Most first-time visitors to India choose this itinerary because it’s easy, and because with very little travelling time between destinations, you get to see some of the country’s top cultural highlights including of course the Taj Mahal. But for Indians, and others, venturing to Canada for the first time, where should you go to get a glimpse of all that Canada has to offer?
It’s a vast country, but I am suggesting two itineraries that visitors to Canada who land in either Toronto or Vancouver could take. Instead of the “Golden Triangle,” think of these routes as the “Maple Key” (starting in Toronto) and the “Rockies Road” (starting in Vancouver). The Maple Key route includes the Taj Mahal of Canada — Niagara Falls of course. And the Rockies Road route includes another natural Taj Mahal: Lake Louise, pictured above. Here’s what you need to know to start planning a trip to Canada to see one, or both, of these natural wonders. Continue Reading →