50 Places Of A Lifetime: Canada

By USDR

Huge content experience is unmatched in its coverage of one country

With the launch of 50 Places of a Lifetime: Canada, National Geographic Travel brings together the best Canadian travel writers with iconic National Geographic photographers. The result: a breathtaking, destination-based, digital super mag unparalleled in its comprehensive coverage of any single country.

The world’s first digital super mag showcases all-new content from every Canadian province and territory and launches today on Nationalgeographic.com/canada50. Additional content rolls out the entire month of October.

“This is a celebration of all that is Canada,” said Keith Bellows, a native Canadian and editor-in-chief of National Geographic Traveler magazine. “For anyone planning a trip to Canada, this massive digital content is a must read.”

Aside from spectacular photography and intriguing stories, the super mag’s content includes practical travel information on where to stay, when to go, how to get around, what to eat or drink, what to buy, and what to read or watch before you go. There are also helpful links as well as a fun fact about each destination.

“Canada is a place for exploring, and we are thrilled to share some of the most immersive travel experiences that our country offers,” said Greg Klassen, senior vice president, marketing strategy and communications, Canadian Tourism Commission.“We are pleased to align ourselves with the great National Geographic brand and its extensive travel experience and reach. This innovative initiative will inspire the world to visit Canada.”

The super mag content falls into four categories: 

Country Unbound

: civilization and nature in harmony; 

Urban Places

: exploring great cityscapes; 

Wild Spaces

: wonders of the outdoors; and 

Paradise Found

: retreats to restore the soulThe scope of the coverage is impressive and features a mix of well-known and soon-to-be-discovered experiences and destinations from coast to coast to coast.

The super mag includes four galleries of about 25 original photos each in the following categories, with links back to destination articles: Canada’s Cities, Coastal & Countryside Canada, Landscapes of Canada and Animals of Canada.

Nationalgeographic.com receives 22.4 million visitors per month from around the world.

Looking for video or images of the 50 Places of a Lifetime: Canada? Visit the Brand Canada Library for 5,000-plus free-to-use and rights-ready resources.15

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