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January 25, 2017

Quirky Canada: Unusual Things to do in the Country

If you’re planning a trip to Canada, whether you’re travelling with the kids or going it alone. If you don’t want to do all the usual stuff like visiting Niagara Falls and The CN Tower, you will be delighted to know that there is much more to Canada than meets the eye, and you should have no trouble finding more interesting things to do.

In order to get into Canada, you will first need to take a look at the Official Canada ETA guidelines and ensure that you comply with all requirements. Once that’s settled, and your flights have been booked, sit back, relax and take a look at the following unusual things to do in Canada.

Spend Time in Free Spirit Spheres

If you’re bored of sleeping in the same chain hotels all the time, and you long for a new and exciting experience, you need to take a trip to Free Spirit Spheres on Vancouver Island. This unusual attraction enables you to spend the night in a sphere that has been suspended from a tree in the forest.

The spheres, which have been made to look like nuts and seeds, allow you to experience nature in all its glory, and you can get a surprisingly good night’s sleep when curled up in.

VanDusen Garden’s Elizabethan Hedge Maze

Everyone loves a good maze. It’s an opportunity to either show your superior navigation skills or get into a heated argument with your companions, but either way, it’s never boring!

The Elizabethan Hedge maze in VanDusen Gardens is one of just six in the whole of North America, and it is certainly one of the best in the world, thanks to its many intricate twists and turns that could confuse even the best travellers amongst you.

The Enchanted Forest

If you’ve ever dreamed of being a princess, living in your own enchanted forest, you might just be in luck because the Enchanted Forest in Malakwa is like a scene straight out of your favourite Disney film.

With more than 350 figurines of fairy folk to be found hiding amongst the forest’s ancient cedars, along with defiant dragons, a Candy Cane house and even a castle, you’ll be in fantasy heaven, and you won’t want ever to leave.

Hôtel de Glace

If you want to ensure that your holiday snaps beat the competition, you should book into this unique hotel, which is only available for four months of the year. Its short lifespan is because this particular hotel is made entirely from ice. Lots of ice. In fact, it is constructed from more than half a million tonnes of cold ice, but don’t worry because you will be toasty warm once you get inside, thanks to the many furs, and arctic tested sleeping bags provided.

Now that you’ve had a taste of the more unusual side of Canadian living, you can start planning your perfect offbeat Canadian trip, taking in some of the more unique sights the country has to offer.

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