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Charge your phone, grab your selfie stick, and make sure your hashtag game is strong. If you’re headed for one of these incredible Canadian travel destinations, your Instagram account is about to become way hotter. #nofilter #somanylikes
Prince Edward Island: Cavendish Beach
NBD, just an eight-kilometre-long beach that stretches along the Gulf of St. Lawrence and ends in incredible red sandstone cliffs. Don’t bother going here unless you like camping by the beach, swimming in the ocean, or travelling to places that will change your life.
New Brunswick: Bay Of Fundy
There are eight different kinds of whales that hang out along the coastline of the Bay of Fundy, home to the world’s highest tide ecozone. That dry ground you’re taking a selfie on in the afternoon? It’ll be a 50-foot tidal of water later that same day.
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Nova Scotia: Peggy’s Cove
Peggy’s Point Lighthouse, a 50-minute drive from downtown Halifax, is not only the most Instagrammable spot in Nova Scotia, it’s the most photographed lighthouse on the continent. Equally as social media envy-inducing? The colourful fishing community that surrounds it. Go Valencia the hell out of the place.
Newfoundland And Labrador: Marble Mountain
Think you need to go West for the best skiing in the country? Nope. Newfoundland and Labrador have mountain ranges any Whistler fanatic would swoon over. Bonus: Marble Mountain is home to a ski lift called the Newfie Bullet. Best hashtag ever?
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Nunavut: Baffin Island
Close your eyes, spin around, then open them and snap the first thing you see. If you’re on Baffin Island, it’s impossible to take a bad photo. Just brace yourself for the onslaught of likes.
Quebec: Vieux Port De Montreal
Northwest Territories: Aurora Village
Um, are there even words for how awesome this looks? If you know some, please teach them to us.
Yukon: Kluane National Park and Reserve
Spring through fall, Kluane is a great place to mountain bike, camp, hike over a glacier, or canoe. In winter you can set your own cross-country ski tracks or go ice fishing at Kathleen Lake with the mountains as your backdrop.
Ontario: The Canadian National Exhibition
Manitoba: Lake Winnipeg
There are a lot of places to see an inukshuk in Canada, but on Lake Winnipeg you can see one made out of ice, just chilling on top of a frozen lake. So (literally) cool.
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Saskatchewan: University Of Saskatchewan
U Sask undergrads must have more school pride than any other student body in the country because their school is Saskatchewan’s most Instagrammed spot. Looking at this photo, we totally get why.
Alberta: Lake Louise
Yes, the water at Lake Louise really is that perfect. We don’t want to make the rest of the country jealous, but Banff may actually be home to the most beautiful natural scenery in all of Canada. #donthate
British Columbia: Stanley Park At Cherry Blossom time
Every spring, Vancouver’s Stanley Park is canopied by pink cherry blossoms. This year, two local artists lit the trees in neon for a one-night-only installation called Sakura Illumination and it was like being inside a Studio Ghibli movie.