Canada is one of those countries whose impressive natural landscapes are able to take your breath away from even the most experienced traveler. There are so many wonderful places to offer that it is difficult to choose the most special ones. For that reason today we tour some of the most emblematic National parks of Canada, stunning, wonderful and unforgettable places can you come with us?
The most impressive national parks in Canada
1. Glacier National ParkGlacier National Park - Robert Bohrer
Glacier National Park is located in British Columbia. Its impressive natural landscapes are They stand out for a mountainous portion, as well as for their impressive glaciers.
Although it is one of the most beautiful places in Canada, The park's terrain makes it particularly difficult to know.
2. Yoho National ParkYoho National Park - Scott Bennie
Yoho National Park, also located in British Columbia, was founded in 1885 and is one of the most spectacular parks in Canada. Not in vain It was declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1984.
"All trips have secret destinations that the traveler knows nothing about."
Yoho National Park is located on the slopes of the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia. Large snow-capped mountains, lakes whose waters are an intense blue color and lush pine forests are just some of the landscapes natural which you can enjoy if you visit this imposing place.
3. Waterton Lakes National Park
Waterton Lakes has the honor of being one of the first national parks in Canada in being founded (1895). Located in the province of Alberta, very close to the border with Montana, United States, it has natural landscapes of imposing beauty, who have visited it assure that it is a place that seems taken from a postcard.Waterton Lakes National Park - Scott Prokop
Mountains, lakes, forests and trails, Waterton Lakes is one of the most picturesque and imposing national parks in Canada. In 1995 it was declared a World Heritage Site as part of the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. It was also named as a Biosphere Reserve in 1979.
Amazing national parks of Canada
4. La Mauricie National Park
This spectacular national park is located in one of the most famous provinces in Canada: Québec. La Mauricie is home to numerous animal species such as the black bear, otters, beavers, elk and a small number of wooden turtles, a species that is not very common in this country.La Maurice National Park - Mathématicien joyeux / commons.wikimedia.org
La Mauricie National Park has some of the most stunning natural views in the region. Lush forests, more than 150 lakes and numerous ponds are just some of the landscapes that you can enjoy.
5. Fathom Five National Marine Park
Farhom Five Marine National Park is one of the most beautiful underwater parks in the world. It is located in the bay of Georgia, Ontario, and its main objective is to teach the shipwrecks that have occurred in the place.Fanthon Five National Park - LisArt / Flickr.com
This park is one of the most popular and favorite for diving, mystery and history lovers.. But if you are one of those who do not like the idea of having to dive, do not worry, as they also make numerous excursions in glass-bottomed boats through which you can enjoy watching the shipwrecks that occurred in this heavenly place.
6. Ukkusiksalik National Park
This impressive national park is located in the Nunavut region. It is home to numerous species of animals, among which we can find the gray bear, the polar bear, the peregrine falcon, the Arctic fox, seals and many more.Ukkusiksalik National Park - Paul Gierszewski / en.wikipedia.org
The landscape of this park is made up of a spectacular waterfall, as well as by an old trading post of the Hudson Bay Company (HBC) and more than 500 archeological sites. Undoubtedly, the Ukkusiksalik National Park is one of the most interesting places you can visit.
These are just 6 of the many national parks that Canada has to offer. If you are a nature lover and you are in search of natural landscapes of great impact, Canada should be your next destination. Would you like to meet Canada? Which of these parks would you like to visit first?