There are a plethora of things to see during travels through North America. There are 23 countries in North America, and Canada and the United States are the most frequently traveled of them. Anyone who makes the choice to travel throughout these two countries will be astounded at their beauty and memorability. So long as they have traveler’s insurance, money to live off of and are prepared for the unpredictable, will have an unforgettable time. Plan a lot of vacation time for yourself as you will want to absorb a great many things.
Canada is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Canada contains the world’s largest reserve of fresh water, which means the natural water sources of Canada are abundant, beautiful and recreational. A majority of Canada’s scenic wonders revolve around water of some sort, such as Niagara Falls, Lake Louise and the Great Lakes. Some of the most desirable travel destinations in Canada are the beaches of Vancouver Island, the cultured and lovely city of Vancouver, the ski slopes of Whistler, the wine of the Okanagan Valley, the epic Canadian Rockies and their beloved mountain towns of Jasper and Banff, the metropolis of Toronto, the Canadian side of the Great Lakes, the majesty of Niagara Falls and the arts capitol of Montreal.
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The United States of America are one of the world’s premiere travel destinations. As the most powerful country on earth and the seat of modern Western civilization and culture, the U.S. has natural draw for how it has influenced the world. Apart from that, the U.S. also contains incredible wonders and entertainment. California alone contains beaches, zip codes and natural parks that are some of the most famous in the world. New York is the business and culture capitol of the world, as well as being the most recognizable city in the world. Every corner of the U.S. has something to see, from the lights of Las Vegas to the jazz and Cajun cooking of New Orleans to the everglades of Florida.