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The Natural Wonders of Canada

The Natural Wonders of Canada

Canada is the second largest country in the world, coming just next to Russia. Being such massive, Canada has a diverse geographical landscape. This includes rainforest, deserts, tundra, mountains and many others. In these diverse lands, we will find diverse culture, people and cuisines.

Canada is always an exhilarating choice for travelers from the rest of the world. It has some of the jaw-dropping natural wonders, fascinating cultures, welcoming people and glowing cities.

Here are some of the breathtaking natural wonders in Canada that should be in your itinerary:

Yukon, Nunavut, Northwest Territories:

You may have heard about Northern light – for numerous tourists, it is their dream to witness northern light once in their lifetime. This is how it looks:

The sky seems oil painting where green shades, splotches of golden and red are juxtaposed to make it heavenly. Scientifically, it is the charged particles from the sun collide with the gasses in the Earth’s atmosphere, which results in such a beautiful sky.

To witness, you need to visit Yukon in Canada. It is the most preferred destination to encounter this natural wonder. Moreover, there are many other places where you can find northern lights. 

Niagara Falls, Ontario

The seventh natural wonder of the world, this massive fall lies between US and Canada. Two things that you will find in plethora over here are the water and the tours. It is huge as one day cannot be enough to cover all of it, but your planner can design your trip to enjoy the maximum of it.

For those who adventure, nature and challenges, the surrounding is perfect for all these. You can see this powerful waterfall from the sky (on the helicopter), from the sea (on a boat) and even in its arm (under the reliable safety and guards).

MacMillan Provincial Park, British Columbia

After seeing northern light in Yukon, your experience at MacMillan Provincial Park would be completely different. Here, you will explore Cathedral Grove, which is filled with huge trees as old as a millennium.  For the hikers, it is a paradise. There are numerous exhilarating flora and fauna to explore and there you will find many passionate hikers to interact with.

Few miles away, there is magnificent North American mountain range, the Rocky Mountains. This place is perfect for adventure outings.

Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta

This place completely defies the typical weather of Canada. There you will find palm and redwood trees. Yes! This one is a subtropical forest. That’s not all, the most interesting thing about this place is that there have been more than 150 skeletons of a dinosaur is excavated from this place. It is now a UNESCO world heritage site.

Saif Ali is a writer, editor, publisher, and geocultural explorer with an emphasis on travel writing, landscapes imagined and real, memoir, poetry, and lyrical magical realism paired with psychogeography.