Undiscovered Canada

The second largest country in the world, Canada is jam packed with wilderness, wildlife and interesting (occasionally crazy) people. From the remote northern national park visited by less people than Everest to the islands of the Maritimes where wild horses roam free or the pure joy of easy yet beautiful hikes or the wide open roads there is a journey or adventure for every traveller. You can find your comprehensive, go-to Canada guide here http://bit.ly/2g97a5o
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The wildlife gets very close and personal; a bear roams outside the cabins of Bear Cave Mountain, Yukon (photo: Bear Cave Mountain Eco-Adventures).

From remote wilderness to chic and buzzing cities, we reveal Undiscovered Canada.

What Kind Of, Canada

The spellbinding Aurora Borealis seen from Blachford Lake Lodge in Yellowknife, Canada (photo: Martina Gebrovska).

Yellowknife’s greatest talent – the Northern Lights

Blachford Lake Lodge is situated in pristine Canadian wilderness, perfect conditions for viewing the Aurora Borealis (photo: Martina Gebrovska).

Yellowknife’s greatest talent – the Northern Lights

The spellbinding Aurora Borealis seen from Blachford Lake Lodge in Yellowknife, Canada (photo: Martina Gebrovska).

Yellowknife’s greatest talent – the Northern Lights

Fun on the beach at Prince Edward Island National Park.  Just nearby is Dalvay by the Sea where William and Kate stauyed a few year back. (Photo: Tourism PEI, Stephen Harris)

Fun on the beach at Prince Edward Island National Park. Just nearby is Dalvay by the Sea where William and Kate stauyed a few year back.

Canada is edged by vast stretches of coastline along both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, as well as surrounding the Great Lakes and countless other freshwater lakes and rivers.  All this adds up to glorious beaches from one side of Canada to the other, for a substantial part of the year (and in some cases year-round).

Great stretches of sandy beaches is not anywhere but Canada right?

A calming sunset seen from the Bruce Peninsula of Ontario

With gorgeous coves, well-preserved shipwrecks and ice-cream shops, the little-known Bruce Peninsula in Ontario is a wonderful place to spend a few days

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Under the midnight sun, the lunar landscapes of Yukon’s Ivvavik National Park offer views like no other place in the world

At the very top of Yukon Territory Ivvavik National Park has less visitors than everest.


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