The South Nahanni River (Naha Dehé) has cut its way through a beautiful wild valley in the Mackenzie Mountains, an area that Canada has purposely designated as the Nahanni National Park Reserve. Located along one of the most spectacular wild rivers in North America, this park features deep gorges and massive waterfalls, as well as a unique limestone cave system. The park is also home to boreal forest animals such as wolves, grizzly bears, and caribou. Dall's sheep and mountain goats can also be found in the alpine areas of the park.
The Haida Gwaii islands are located about 50 kilometers off the western coast of British Columbia. This archipelago has about 150 islands in total. One of its two major islands lays to the south: Moresby Island, of which large areas are part of the Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site. This park consists of an almost impenetrable rainforest with ancient Sitka spruce trees and Canadian pines and abundant wildlife. On several islands there are a number of ancient Haida villages that have now been abandoned.
Located in Western Canada, the Banff National Park is the hotspot for skiing enthusiasts and nature lovers. Here you will find overwhelming natural beauty in the middle of the Rocky Mountains with a wide spectrum of possibilities for an adventurous trip. In this Canadian national park you will find not only mountainous landscapes with perfect snow, but also various glaciers, coniferous forests, waterfalls, and beautiful mountain peaks and valleys. There is plenty to do here, even for people who have never skied before.
Toronto is Canada's largest city and its location alone makes it a very attractive destination. Toronto is very distinguished by its people and their energetic appearance. The city is located on the coast of Lake Ontario and not far from the famous Niagara Falls or some of the other great lakes that this part of Canada is famous for. At the same time, Toronto is also a lively and exciting urban center with many attractions and a bustling nightlife. The skyline and view of the city is breathtaking from across Lake Ontario. Wherever you go in this large city, the central focus is always the impressively high CN Tower, which is the world's second tallest free-standing tower at 553 meters. Taking the elevator to the top is quite a chilling experience. However, the views from the top are spectacular, and those with a more adventurous streak can enjoy a walk on the glass floor, which offers a very clear view straight below. Toronto has many interesting buildings and styles, which are expressed in the various ethnic neighborhoods of the city.
Canoeing is the ideal way to discover Canada's hinterland of endless lakes and crystal clear rivers. There are many wonderful places to explore that will provide you with a true wilderness experience. Discover the vast nature reserves of forests, large and small lakes and rivers. There are plenty of canoeing possibilities in these parks. Exploring these fantastic areas can be done alone at your own pace or in the company of an experienced guide.