Nature Tours through Canada
The most popular reason that tourists come to Canada is to experience the natural wonders that reside throughout the country. Hikers, campers, fishers, and sightseers will all find their paradise in one place or another. Polar Bear Provincial Park is Ontario\’s largest wilderness area. The park offers bird-watching, photography, hiking, canoeing, fishing, and other outdoor activities. Tourists can expect to see wildlife that includes caribou, bald eagles, and many types of waterfowl. Fly-fishing trips are guided by local residents who have first-hand experience of the land.
Nature tours through the northern Yukon area of Canada are especially popular for men and women looking for adventure. The Yukon area allows for some of the most breathtaking experiences a person can imagine. Tourists can experience the joys of riding behind a dogsled in the backcountry and see all sorts of wildlife. This is the region where polar bears are spotted, also. Another attraction in the Yukon region is the splendor of the famous Northern Lights. While the Aurora Borealis can be seen from most parts of Canada, visitors who travel this far north are in for a much better show.
Tours off the coast of Canada, in the British Columbia and Vancouver area, are also becoming popular. Many tour guides will offer day trips that include kayaking, whale watching, canoeing, and city tours of Victoria for individuals or large groups. Vancouver has been called \”Manhattan with mountains\” because of the diverse cultures, rich nightlife, and fine shopping and dining. Just outside of the city, the wilderness begins to take over and provide some of nature’s greatest sights. Tours of the ocean will offer visitors the opportunity to see killer whales, dolphins, sea lions, eagles, and many other types of wildlife.
Canada offers many different types of nature tours, and many different views of nature. Due to the rich diversity from southern Canada to northern Canada, visitors are able to experience many different aspects of nature during their visit to the country.