Alberta is one of the provinces in western Canada.

This province is famous for its amazing natural scenery. Starting from stretching grasslands, mountains with snowy peaks, and cities that are rich in artistic and cultural heritage. Here are 8 places that you must visit when traveling to Alberta, Canada.

Waterton Lake National Park - Alberta

Waterton Lake National Park

Lake Waterton National Park features rugged mountains and wilderness terrain, with beautiful hiking trails. The lakes there are the deepest in the Canadian Rockies. The only park service is available on the Waterton Park city site, where you can see deer roaming the streets freely.

Lake Louise - Alberta

Lake Louise

Lake Louise is a lake that is often used as an object of photography in Canada because of its extraordinary beauty. There you can rent a canoe at Lake Louise Boathouse or hiking while enjoying the natural scenery around.

You can invite your friends to enjoy the view and spend the night at Danay Louise by setting up a tent. Of course, you also have to provide food supplies and supplies. So that the atmosphere is even more exciting, you can bring a stack of dominoes to play together. Or you can also play other card games such as Capsa, Poker, Blackjack. However, if you forget to bring a card, you can play online by visiting daftar situs judi slot online terpercaya. Oh yeah, don’t forget to complete your game with cold drinks like soft drinks, cocktails, or beer.

Maligne Canyon - Alberta

Maligne Canyon

Maligne Canyon is one of the most beautiful places in Alberta! Surrounded by lush green trees, waterfalls in summer, and large ice formations in winter. For a more exciting and enjoyable experience, it is recommended to visit this place when the weather is cooler and more refreshing.

Jasper National Park - Alberta

Jasper National Park

Jasper National Park is the best park you must visit in Alberta. The park is home to the Columbia Ice Field – the largest ice field in the Rocky Mountains and one of the largest non-polar ice fields in the world. There you can ride a special vehicle to the ice field, drink from glacier waters and then ride the glass-floored skywalk above the glacier. As the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies, Jasper National Park is also home to a variety of wildlife so that you can find large deer, caribou, deer, wolves, grizzly bears, and others.

Lethbridge - Alberta


Lethbridge is a city located at the foot of the Canadian Rockies, southern Alberta. Lethbridge was formerly known as Whoop-Up Fortress because of illegal activities there. The city has been named the Cultural Capital of Canada because of its rich ethnic and artistic heritage. There you can visit three main museums, the Southern Alberta Art Gallery, the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery, and the Casa. And don’t forget to cross the Lethbridge Viaduct, the tallest and longest steel bridge in North America.

Banff National Park - Alberta

Banff National Park

Banff National Park is the oldest national park in Canada. Here you can visit the most beautiful lakes in Canada. This national park is always crowded throughout the year. Tourists come for hiking in summer and ski in winter. The City of Banff, which organizes the annual winter carnival, is located inside this park.
Athabasca Falls

Athabasca Waterfall is very popular and is a favorite for foreign tourists. The beautiful scenery displayed by Athabasca Falls is indeed extraordinary against a majestic mountain backdrop. There are many platforms to see the waterfall, but be sure to keep following the path because the terrain is quite slippery and cold, so it will be very dangerous if you walk out of the lane.

Elk Island National Park - Alberta

Elk Island National Park

Deer Island National Park or Elk Island National Park is more than just a deer sanctuary, and there are plenty of outdoor recreation areas for adventurers. Apart from deer, there you can find bison, wolves, black bears, beavers, and lynx. In the garden greeting, you can also visit the Ukrainian Pioneer Home, the first Canadian museum dedicated to immigrants from Ukraine.



Canada is a large country on the American continent that has a variety of interesting tourist attractions.

Not surprisingly, this country is very popular in the eyes of the world community—many foreign tourists who crave to come to Canada either for leisure or study there. A beautiful and conducive environment makes this country worth visiting. Check out reviews of famous cities in Canada that are suitable for the following holidays and tours.


Quebec is a city located in eastern Canada that presents a different sensation because it is similar to tourist attractions in Japan. Quebec offers several tourist attractions ‘low budget‘. Famous tourist attractions that can be visited in this city are the Frontenac Chanteaux fort and the River St. Lawrence, located next to each other. Also, don’t miss Hotel De Glace because this unique hotel is made of ice, which is opened during the early winter months. An explanation of the interesting areas in Quebec is as follows.

  • Old Montreal

Not only Old Quebec, but there is also Old Montreal, which turns out to be older than Old Quebec. Old Montreal is the oldest part of Quebec City, located in a small town called Ville-Marie. Old Montreal is often nicknamed “New France” because there are a variety of French-style buildings. McGill St borders the Old Montreal area on the west side, Ruelle des Fortifications in the north, Rue Saint Andre in the east, and Saint Lawrence River in the south. Old Montreal is quite famous in Canada because there are many historic old buildings in this area. Some famous buildings include Sir George-Etienne Cartier National Historic Site of Canada, Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel, Chateau Ramezay, Montreal City Hall and Bonsecours Market.

  • Old Quebec

This old town is perfect for backpackers who like to travel cheap and like to hang out. There is an area precisely Old Quebec, which is favored by tourists because there are many architectural buildings from the 17th and 18th centuries. This historic city has been named a historic site that must be maintained by UNESCO.


Vancouver is the most comfortable city to live in in the world based on world surveys. Vancouver is famous for its beauty surrounded by mountains on the North Coast. If the weather is clear, Mount Baker in Washington, the United States, will be seen from this city. There is the largest urban park in North America, namely, Stanley Park, in this city. Therefore Vancouver is also included as the most beautiful tourist attraction in the world. Not only the beauty that is offered but also the warmth because this city is considered as the warmest city in the snowy winter, though. In this city, there is also a beautiful beach with views of one large rock called Vancouver Seawall.

Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island is the most beautiful place in Canada that always bewitches tourists with its panoramic beauty. A clean beach with a stretch of blue sea and a beautiful blue sky offers tranquility for tourists. On the north and west coast, tourists can see modern windmills that function as wind energy like in the Netherlands. The tourists who make it to the point will get a ribbon for a memento that marks a visit to Prince Edward Island.


Currently, Manitoba is the center of attention of tourists from various countries because the city is a migration area for polar bears to the ice land in Hudson Bay, which moves from the land without ice. Ontario borders this provincial city in Canada to the east and Saskatchewan to the west. Not only is it a polar bear migration area, but the city also has many interesting attractions such as lakes, rivers, mountains, forests, grasslands, and others. There is a small community in the city whose role is to guide the tourists to take a vacation every fall.


Victoria is one of the favorite city destinations for foreign tourists who come to Canada. The city offers distinctive beauty nuances of England because Canada was colonized by the British. Some of the destinations frequently visited include The Grandeur British Colombia Parliament Building, a parliamentary building in the style of British Colombia with a distinctive Roman and Baroque architectural style; and The Empress, a grand and old hotel in the Edwardian style; and The Butchart Garden, a beautiful flower garden containing more than 700 types of flowers and plants growing in bloom with five main parks, namely Mediterranean Garden, Sunken Garden, Rose Garden, Japanese Garden, and Italian Garden.