Nature Talkies: Top Travel Destinations for Nature Lovers in Canada

With changing environmental trends, more and more travelers opt for Eco travel these days. Whether you call it ecotourism, green travel, responsible travel, nature travel or ethical travel, the ethos of traveling more sustainably has become an increasingly hot topic in the tourism industry over the past decade. Here is the list of some of the top travel destinations for the nature lovers in Canada.

Banff National Park

Banff National Park is Canada’s oldest national park, located in the Rocky Mountains. The Rocky Mountains stretch makes Banff National Parks fill with dramatic, untamed wilderness. Rugged mountaintops scrape the skyline while enormous glaciers cling to their precipices. Glassy lakes flash emerald, turquoise and sapphire, filled by waterfalls tumbling down cliff faces and thundering through bottomless canyons.


The dramatic mountains, lakes and forests make it the ideal destination for scenery lovers and thrill-seekers alike. Mountain bikers, hikers, white-water rafters and kayakers take advantage of the unspoiled wilderness in the summer, while skiers and snowboarders tackle the many and varied ski runs during the winter months. Here you have hot springs which is favorite amongst locals and visitors for relaxation. You can find Calgary as the nearest airport and there is no dearth of travel deals available online from any destination across Canada to Calgary.

Jasper National Park

Jasper National Park in the Canadian Rockies has been named as World heritage site and is the wildest of the mountain parks. With broad valleys, rugged mountains, glaciers, forests, alpine meadows and wild rivers along the eastern slopes of the Rockies in western Alberta it is also a home to astonishing variety of some of North America’s rarest animals, including healthy populations of grizzly bears, moose, caribou, elk, bighorn sheep and wolves.

Jasper National Park

It also has a superb backcountry trail system as well as the world famous Columbia Ice fields, one of the only Ice fields in the world accessible by road. Outdoor activities like hiking, camping and skiing are popular.  For the love of sky watching and stargazing, Light pollution is so minimal here that condition are ideal for viewing the night sky, which both professional and amateur astronomers come here to do. Well Edmonton is the nearest airport city and you can find numerous cheap flight deals easily here. Whether you opt Toronto to Edmonton or Quebec to Edmonton.

Fathom Five National Marine Park

Fathom Five Marine Park, a land and water reserve on Lake Huron’s Georgian Bay at the end of the Bruce Peninsula.  The Bruce Peninsula separates Lake Huron from Georgian Bay and is renowned for the magnificent coastal walking along the Bruce Trail. Fathom Five National Marine Park is a National Marine Conservation Area that seeks to protect and display shipwrecks and lighthouses, and conserve freshwater ecosystems.

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You can view how Lake Huron’s icy waters has preserve sunken ships for decades with little disturbance. With 22 significant shipwrecks dating back to the 19th century, Fathom Five presents a microcosm of maritime history. The wrecks include shallow-water hulks that even snorkelers can enjoy, but also wood-hulled schooners more than a dozen fathoms deep Well  it is just a four-hour drive north of Toronto and Amazingly you can find great hot deals available online on flights to Toronto from any connecting airport in Canada and Globally.


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