Winning tip: Remote and raw, Alberta
If you want to experience authentic, fresh, outdoor Canada then a few days in Willmore Wilderness Park will take you out of your comfort zone. Motor vehicles of any kind are prohibited, but you can rent a horse or a shark (about £ 20 per hour) – otherwise it is at risk itself. Roads through dense forests and desert river valleys. Take a sturdy tent or knock on the living room of the wood hunters when you see them. You can be greeted with a shotgun and a snarling growl like ours – followed by a deliciously marinated flesh cooked with fire brilliantly.
Aurora borealis trip, Northwest Territories
Looking the flag from Northern Yellowknife must be a one of the most memory that we will make in life. Tôi khuyên bạn nên đi với một công ty được thành lập để có được trải nghiệm xem tốt nhất. Tôi đã đi với cuộc phiêu lưu Bắc sao, một công ty nhỏ mà 100% First Nations sở hữu. It has a friendly sense of a very professional chuyên nghiệp and the instructions of the Canada version of the best job know about their tool. You need you want to scooter and all the experience to a life to you before you see the world light. North Star khuyến khích khách nên tránh vào tháng 10, tháng 11 và tháng 12, khi trời có nhiều mây.
The golden sands off Nova Scotia
For a more relaxed and secluded Canada experience, the beaches and sand of Prince Edward Island National Park are truly magical. When we finally arrived we had brilliant weather and pristine golden sandy miles of beach running completely for ourselves. The island is well connected and easily explored by a variety of trails and cycling. If you want to have a peaceful holiday, with magnificent views, beautiful coastline and the enchanting beauty of Anne of Green Gables (the novel is located there), the smallest province of Canada is just the ticket.
Three-day hike, Alberta
Hiking in the Waterton Lakes National Park, in Alberta, means going through scenic mountains, forests and gorgeous lakes without crowds of more famous parks. The 35-mile Crown Crown of Waterton includes three stunning day trips through this UNESCO World Heritage Site and biosphere reserve. There is a friendly and relaxed atmosphere in the beautiful Waterton town located on the deepest shores of the Canadian Rockies. Receive Triple Crown information and registration at Pearl Café’s friendly climbers’ recreation center and win a place on their Triple Crown trophy.
Bear watching, Vancouver Island
I booked on a bear-watching tour from Tofino, where I was taken in a zodiac boat for nearly three hours around the shores of Vancouver Island to look for black bears, which are often seen eating barnacles and shellfish. We were lucky enough to see six black bears and three cubs. A safe way to see – relatively up close – these magnificent animals in their natural habitat.
Out and about in Halifax’s parks
Since I arrived here in 2016 I’ve been exploring. I really like Point Pleasant parkclose to Halifax’s harbour – an amazing park great for cycling, walking, birdwatching and running. In the south of Halifax is a much larger recreational area: Long Lake provincial park. This has a very nice four-mile track around the lake, which is superb for kayaking and fishing. Nearby is the Sir Sandford Fleming park (also called the Dingle), an amazing place for families to have fun in its great playground. In the heart of Halifax, Chocolate lake has a city beach and is a popular spot for a swim in the summer. I am still exploring , though!.
Island hopping, British Columbia
In the midst of the beautiful wilderness of the Sunshine Coast and the rugged coast of Vancouver Island, there is a collection of beautiful, isolated islets and a beautiful little island, with a sense of comfort and fun. Full of self-sustaining communities. They are also beautiful, rugged and tropical rainforest, with views of the Rockies, and bays where you can see orcas and humpback whales. The islands are connected by ferry, and are criss-crossed with tiny roads that are prefect for cycling. Spend a few days camping on the uninhabited island of Newcastle and meet some of the local pandas, Cycles on Salt Spring Island, whale shores on the Galiano coast or jog on the island of Cortes. These islands are not tourists, and are perfect for finding wildlife.
Whirlpools and forest near Niagara Falls
Upon arriving at Niagara Falls, many visitors will see more of the concrete travel kiosks and travel than the beautiful forests that once encompassed southern Ontario. But, if you follow the Niagara River downstream, there is a thick wooden canyon, with limestone cliffs and finally a whirlpool. Niagara Glen Nature Reserve lies between the cascades and botanic gardens, and its walking trails wander through the ancient Carolinian forest. The path that follows the path of the river returns to the vortex – but between these natural forces, it provides tranquility, surrounded not only by forests, but also by hundreds of wildlife species. From rare species to jellyfish and hawk. The variety of trails means it is suitable for families as well as hikers.
Whale watching, Québec
From the beautiful Québec City, I recommend taking a two-hour bus down to the St Lawrence river where you will have a near-certain chance of seeing whales in their natural habitat. This area is Krill City in the summer, which draws in up to 13 species of whales for a feeding frenzy. We saw humpbacks, minke, and fin whales, as well as porpoises and seals. The excitement was palpable and it was a humbling experience, highly recommended. There are many operators offering tours.
Canoeing, western Rockies
Emerald Lake in Yoho National Park is one of the turquoise lakes surrounded by mountains. Walk around the lake or, even better, rent a canoe and sail through it. You will be mesmerized. It is well worth a walk to the nearby Takakkaw Falls, which drops over 250 meters down to a rough rock face.
By: Anna Lee