Pristine mountains, breathtaking scenic beauty, sparkling lakes and frozen landscapes, this is what, Canada’s wilderness is famous for. Also, you can inhale fresh, crisp and clean air.
ADDED PERK: This year you can also get the chance to take advantage of this country as ALL NATIONAL PARKS IN CANADA WILL BE FREE IN 2017!
This is the special gift for the country’s 150th anniversary of Confederation. The offer is valid for all the Canadian and international tourists and grants free entrance to all the national parks, historic sites and marine conservation areas.
1. JASPER NATIONAL PARK, ALBERTA
Jasper is the largest and most visited National Park in the Canadian Rockies and is famous for its wildlife. The national park is spread in the area of 11000 square km and 97 percent of the total area is protected you can easily spy bears, caribou, elk, and other native critters. It’s also the largest Dark Sky Preserve on Earth, hence heaven for all Stargazers.
2. BANFF NATIONAL PARK, ALBERTA
Established in 1883, Banff National Park is the first national park of Canada and is famous for the beautiful Lake Louis. Another lake famous in this national park is Lake Moraine which is also known as the valley of ten peaks.
3. AUYUITTUQ NATIONAL PARK, NUNAVUT
Auyuittuq National Park north of the Arctic Circle is Canada’s only national park that serves as a winter wonderland during cold months, and during summers the place is illuminated y the midnight sun.
4. PACIFIC RIM NATIONAL PARK RESERVE, BRITISH COLUMBIA
Pacific Rim National Park is spread in the area of 50 km of Vancouver Island located on the Pacific coast. Frum stunning coastline to temperate rainforest of towering conifers, you can explore whatever fancies you.
5. NAHANNI NATIONAL PARK RESERVE, NORTHWEST TERRITORIES
The north-west regions’ Virginia Falls are twice the height of Niagra Falls. This breathtakingly beautiful place is blessed with sulphuric hot springs, spruce forests and alpine tundra.