This northern neighbor to the United States is the second biggest country in the world in terms of sheer physical area and geography, and it is far from all being tundra, though admittedly there is a lot of that. From the rocky splashing shores of the Atlantic to the maple tree forests around Hudson Bay to the temperate rain forests of British Columbia, Canada has a lot of geographic diversity to offer those looking to see places different from where they live day to day. And, don’t forget that like America, Canada has its own Great Plains, Rocky Mountains, Great Lakes, and even a few nice beaches in the summer!