You can visit the charming and calm Victoria with its victorian architecture as the capital of British Columbia. Also, don’t miss the Cathedral Grove in MacMillan Park where you could find the biggest trees in whole Canada, some of them are even more than 800 years old.
In the north of Vancouver island you can find the small village of Telegraph Cove with a population around 20 that will invite you to so much outdoor activities from hiking, grizzly bear viewing, kayaking to the most breathtaking whale watching. The Pacific Rim National Park Reserve with a superface of 511 m² of land and ocean where great and majestic mountains and rich rainforests meet the ocean.
Ontario is Canada’s second largest province and the country’s most spectacular island region where thousands of islands are for sell or for rental availabilities. If you want to breath some fresh and clean air Manitoulin Island is your best choice.
It is Northern Ontario’s best kept secret and the largest freshwater island in the world. Georgian Bay Islands National Park south-central Ontario near Penetanguishene has a moderated climate also known as the Thirty Thousand Islands with plenty camping sites and facilities where you could discover the richness of its history and the beauty of its scenery.