Whether climbing Everest is at the top of your bucket list or you’d prefer a gentle hike through the British countryside, the world is full of jaw-dropping natural landscapes that beg to be discovered on foot. From Iceland’s otherworldly topography to unveiling the real Middle Earth in New Zealand, here are 10 of the best places to hike in the world.
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Meet Raisa Shuster, one of Viator’s local experts in Toronto with a license to provide private tours. With more than nine years of experience as a tour guide, Raisa Shuster knows what it takes to make your tour of Toronto a unique experience.
What makes a city European if it’s not actually in Europe? Well, that depends on what each traveler thinks of as European. For the purposes of this article, we’re looking at places in North America that have a Euro-style look, and that will give you the sense that you’ve landed in Europe when you actually haven’t. To really experience Europe, of course, you have to go to Europe – but these places offer the next best thing.
Do you ever feel like you’ve “been there, done that” when it comes to most adventure activities? If ziplining and white-water rafting just don’t get your adrenaline pumping anymore, you may want to check out Viator’s most exclusive new activity, Experience the Falls: Niagara in a Barrel.
What’s the best thing about Niagara Falls, which attract more than 10 million visitors a year? With its quirky mix of stunning natural beauty, historic and cultural sites, and honky-tonk tourist attractions, Niagara is a destination you can visit at any time of year.
You’ll find all kinds of activities listed below, including historic exploration in Cancun and Washington DC, enjoying the great outdoors in British Columbia and Miami, and acting like a kid again in Orlando and San Diego. Join us for this tour of the Top 25 Things to Do in North America!
From the snow-enveloped wilderness of Siberia to the northernmost tip of Canada, here are some of the best places to catch a glimpse of nature’s most enchanting lightshow. So wrap up warm, pick a crisp, clear night and cross your fingers.
Montreal is often regarded as one of the best cities in the world, for many reasons. But to me, a native Montrealer, I love my city for its dual personality: a bit of Europe in North America, a cityscape both modern and ancient, the gastronomical juxtaposition of poutine and foie gras. Despite an agitated history and the seemingly never-ending war of words between French and English, Montreal today is a bilingual city that embraces its unique heritage shaped by two distinct cultures.
From Montreal, Jules and Brock left Quebec for a quick visit to Brock’s hometown of Toronto with a day trip to Niagara Falls. In just a couple short days, they were able to see the largest city in Canada plus one of the largest waterfalls in the world!