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Canada is a country bursting with breathtaking landscapes, amazing nature and cultural diversity. Visitors to Canada can experience scenes ranging from sandy beaches to snowy mountain tops in one journey. The best way to explore this diverse landscape is by cheap hire car in Canada.

Vancouver Island is an ideal terrain for a car hire trip. In less than eight hours you can drive from north to south, taking in a variety of scenes as you travel. Along the way you can observe black bears and bald eagles while the most popular spectator sport is, of course, whale watching. Other activities include camping, trekking, kayaking and fishing. Vancouver city is an inspiring city, surrounded by water on three sides and full of parks including the well-known Stanley Park.

Toronto is a vibrant, buzzing city specialising in entertainment. Visitors struggle to cover the multitude of attractions, the most popular being Casa Loma, the CN Tower and the Olympic Stadium.

By cheap car hire in Canada it is just a 90-minute drive from Toronto to view the most thrilling sight of all – Niagara Falls. Niagara town also has a range of entertainment options for visitors.

Other great cities to visit include Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec. Each city has its own distinct identity and no shortage of history to be uncovered.

Newfoundland and Labrador are the places to go for the adventuresome, with a wide range of activities available and outstanding natural beauty.

From Calgary, car rental visitors should head west to Banff National Park, located in the central part of the Canadian Rockies.