America is above all a land of stunningly diverse and achingly beautiful landscapes. In one nation you have the mighty Rockies and spectacular Cascades, the vast, mythic desert landscapes of the Southwest, the endless, rolling plains of Texas and Kansas, the tropical beaches and Everglades of Florida, the giant redwoods of California and the sleepy, pristine villages of New England. You can soak up the mesmerizing vistas in Crater Lake, Yellowstone and Yosemite national parks, stand in awe at the Grand Canyon. Its cities draw the most tourists – New York, New Orleans, Miami, Los Angeles and San Francisco are all incredible destinations in their own right.
Canada, the globe's second-biggest country has an endless variety of landscapes. Sky-high mountains, glinting glaciers, spectral rainforests and remote beaches are all here, spread across six times zones. Go anywhere in Canada and you’ll find yourself only a few hours away from a city with modern amenities. There’s a capital city in each of the country’s 10 provinces and three territories. Vancouver which is located in British Columbia province at Canada’s west coast is one of the largest cities in the country, along with Montreal in Quebec province and Toronto in Ontario province.