Moving away from the country you grew up in can be a difficult decision, but one that’s often necessary. This is why before you move away from Canada, you need to make sure you (re)visit some of the most iconic places in the country.

Here’s a look at a few wonders you definitely need to make stops at.

Long Beach, British Columbia

Long Beach is popularly called the best surf town in North America, and rightly so. The beach town lies on the west of clinging Vancouver Island and is a hit among surfers and water sports enthusiasts. However, even if you’re not really into surfing, Long Beach is just the type of place you need to go to for some peace and calm before the hassle of moving away.

The relatively remote location gives you a chance to reconnect with nature and do some soul searching while you’re at it. And of course, the beautiful beach and the sight of great waves is a breathtaking sight on its own, bound to help you relax.

 landscape view of the northern lights in Alberta

The Northern Lights, Alberta

Why wait for a trip to Norway to see the Northern Lights when you can witness them in Alberta? You definitely don’t want to miss out on experiencing the magic of Aurora Borealis before you relocate and marvel at the strokes of green light with red and gold splotches that will leave you mystified.

Witnessing the Northern Lights in Alberta is an out-of-world experience. You can get the best view in Nunavut, Yukon, and the Northwest Territories.

Niagara Falls, Ontario

Of course, you can’t leave Canada without a final visit to Niagara Falls! It doesn’t matter if you last visited the place during your childhood, or if you’ve been making summer trips every few years. It’s an iconic natural wonder that deserves a proper farewell before you leave the country.

birds-eye view of the Niagara waterfalls

Often considered to be the eighth wonder of the world, Niagara Falls attracts hundreds of locals and foreign tourists alike. People come here from all across the world to hear the thunderous echoes of the cascades. From a safe distance (that doesn’t seem that far away from the waterfall itself), witness the 168,000 cubic metres of water falling per minute. If you visit during summer, you can also enjoy a boat tour and get up close to the legendary waterfalls. As you prepare to begin a new life in a new part of the world, let the sight and sound of falling water wash away your fears and reignite the excitement.

Before you relocate to another country, don’t forget to get your educational certificates, degrees, work permits, and other important documents attested. Get in touch with our team today for comprehensive document attestation and legalization services.

You can call our team at 1-877-595-1276 or schedule an appointment at our office at 4 Florence Street, Suite 203, Ottawa, Ontario.

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