7 Interesting Virtual Tours in Canada

7 Interesting Virtual Tours in Canada

The year twenty-twenty will always be known as the year that turned everyone’s lives upside down. Who would have thought that the entire world would shut down and that travel would be restricted for months on end. You may not be able to get on a plane to travel, but you can take virtual tours in Canada to feed your travel bug.

We wouldn’t consider ourselves as armchair travelers, but we have been turning to virtual tours to get us through this time. You can read about a place or look at the pretty pictures on the internet. But traveling and witnessing everything first hand takes the experience to a whole new level.

Virtual tours are a great way to get a glimpse of what certain places look like and add it to your bucket list. So when things do go back to “normal” you have an idea of which places you would like to knock off your list.

Below are 7 virtual tours in Canada that you can visit from the comfort of your own home.

 

Parliament Building – Ottawa

The Parliament building in Ottawa would usually be open for public tours. With its doors temporarily closed, you can take a virtual tour of the parliament buildings. Learn about the history and what takes place inside the building.

 

Canada’s Wildlife

Virtual Tours in Canada

Check out the live webcam footage to see some Canadian wildlife in action. From bison in Saskatchewan to polar bears in Manitoba, these are definitely some pretty interesting videos. You get to see these animals in their natural habitat without actually being close by.

 

Sea Life in Canada

Virtual Tours in Canada

Watch this live underwater footage to see orca families at Hanlon Island in British Columbia. These live webcams and videos gives you the opportunity to see these amazing animals from the comfort of your home.

 

Polar Bear capital of the world – Churchill, MB

Virtual Tours in Canada

Churchill, Manitoba is considered the polar bear capital of the world. Here you can learn more about polar bears, their habitat and how climate change is affecting the tundra and the lives of these animals.

 

Banff & Lake Louise – Alberta

If you are heading to Alberta, Banff and Lake Louise are probably at the top of your list. If travel is restricting you, explore the Johnston Canyon Lower Falls through these videos. Pictures and videos definitely do not do justice to how beautiful this region is. It is definitely on our bucket list!

 

Iceberg Tours – Newfoundland

Eastern Canada is just as beautiful and intriguing as the West. While a lot of activities have been put on hold this year, we can be thankful for these videos that help us explore our country. 

Take this virtual boat ride and explore the icebergs in Newfoundland.

 

Peggy’s Cove – Nova Scotia

Peggy’s Cove is a fishing village located in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Known for Peggy’s Point Lighthouse, this area attracts thousands of tourists. For now you can check out this virtual tour of Peggy’s Cove, from the comfort of your couch! 

 

Hope you enjoy virtually visiting these attractions. Thank you for stopping by!

Please like and share the love! Leave us a comment and let us know where you plan on traveling to once travel bans are lifted.

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