Experience the Best of Nature Tourism in Canada
Posted by Brightsun India on February 26th, 2020
As the second-largest country in the world, Canada is home to a number of spectacular natural landscapes and the best way to go about understanding and exploring this vast nation is through its wonderful nature attractions. Here’s a brief round-up of the best of nature tourism hotspots in Canada:
Niagara Falls – Niagara Falls in the province of Ontario ranks among the most popular attractions in North America. The falls comprise of a series of three falls, the Horseshoe being the largest – on the US-Canada border. The Maid of the Mist is the main highlight of Niagara Falls, offering boat rides to the base of the falls. Visitors can also take to the pedestrian bridge to enter the magnificent Goat Island that separates the Horseshoe Falls from the Bridal Veil Falls.
Pacific Rim National Park Reserve – Pacific Rim National Park Reserve in the Canadian province of British Columbia encompasses Long Beach, the West Coast Trail and the Broken Group Islands. This breath-taking natural paradise offers adventure activities like scuba diving and sea kayaking. It’s home to over 300 bird species, and visitors embarking on their all-inclusive Canada holidays can explore diverse topographies like dense coniferous rainforest, rocky shorelines and lush meadows at this magnificent park.
The Yukon - The Yukon Wildlife Preserve in Northwest Canada offers bus tours for visitors to experience the best of northern wildlife in their distinctive habitats. Arctic fox, Canada lynx, mountain goat, thinhorn sheep, elk and wood bison are among the captivating wildlife at the Yukon. The Takhini Hot Springs near Whitehorse -Yukon’s capital city is a huge crowd puller, as are the famous hiking trails at Yukon’s Tombstone Territorial Park which is best known for its spectacular permafrost landforms and diverse flora and fauna.
Churchill – Located on the western shore of Hudson Bay, Churchill is a major tourist town best known for being the “Polar Bear Capital of the World”. The summers here are perfect for bird watching, and those hell-bent on spotting the world-famous Churchill polar bears can schedule their visit during October or November. Those visiting this spectacular destination during winter or early spring can also enjoy the majestic spectacle of the northern lights. There are also some incredible whale watching excursions in Churchill.
Dinosaur Provincial Park – The Dinosaur Provincial Park is located some 48km north-east of Brooks in southeast Alberta. This dynamic park is a UNESCO World Heritage site which features a rich collection of dinosaur fossils and some remarkable Badlands landscapes. Visitors planning their cheap Canada holidays can visit this attraction between May and October for a guided tour of world-famous fossil sites that are ranked among the world’s richest dinosaur fossil locales.
Bay of Fundy - The Bay of Fundy along Canada’s East Coast separates Nova Scotia from New Brunswick. This spectacular coastline features the world’s highest tides and Wharves in New Brunswick is an excellent location for viewing these extreme vertical tides. The Old Sow whirlpool in Deer Island, New Brunswick is the largest tidal whirlpool in the Western Hemisphere with a diameter of 250ft. Those visiting the Bay of Fundy can also savor some excellent seafood at this popular tourist hotspot.
So get started for some amazing nature-based travel experiences with Canada holiday packages offered by Brightsun Travel India.