It’s no secret that Canada is a destination for all types of traveller. It’s got cosmopolitan cities, towering mountains, verdant forests, crystal-clear lakes and more opportunities for adventure than you could imagine.
But another string to Canada’s bow, and one that’s sometimes overlooked, is its wildlife. From orca whale off the coast of British Columbia to giant polar bear in Manitoba, here’s some suggestions for the best places to see wildlife in Canada.
1. The Great Bear Rainforest, British Columbia
On Canada’s remote west coast, where British Columbia meets the Pacific Ocean, the Great Bear Rainforest lies untamed and relatively undisturbed. Part of the largest coastal temperate rainforest in the world, this lush, pristine wilderness is home to countless species of plant and animal.
Giant trees, such as western red cedar and Sitka spruce, can grow as tall as 100m here. The forest also offers the chance to see