Canada was awarded the Best Adventure Destination at the Travel+Leisure India and South Asia’s India’s Best Awards 2016.
Blessed with an immense natural heritage across its terrain, the country offers a range of opportunities such as hiking, trekking, skiing, canoeing, white-water rafting, and camping. Whether you’re travelling with family or going on an adrenaline-pumping trip with your friends, Canada has a variety of luxury lodges in the wilderness, ski resorts in the mountains, and cliff-top hotels.
The Great White North has exciting plans for the travellers in the coming year. Canada is thrilled to welcome 2017 as it commemorates the 150 years of its confederation. While the country is leaving no stone unturned for celebrations, tourism naturally is a part of it. Festivities slated across the year for celebrations combined with weakened Canadian dollar, natural heritage, and adventure offerings make Canada an ideal destination for travellers.
To revel Canada’s natural beauty (Canada has world’s 10 per cent forest cover), the government has announced free access to its 46 national parks along with 168 national historic sites, four national marine conservation areas, one national urban park and eight historic canals. You can now explore its oldest Banff National Park, spread across 6,641 square kilometres of land and encompassing snow-capped mountain peaks, glaciers, and meadows. Or, go wild in the Nahanni National Park Reserve—its first World Heritage site. Named after the South Nahanni River, it offers chilling canoeing and kayaking experiences as it tumbles through the Mackenzie Mountains and drops over the 200m wide Virginia falls.