Canada's Top National Parks

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Drop whatever you're doing, grab your hiking boots and let us take you on one seriously epic journey. Canada's more than its vibrant cities - its natural landscape is unparalleled, breathtaking and should be next on your bucket list. Our travel experts have rounded up just some of this country's most incredible national parks.

Banff National Park, Alberta

Canada’s oldest national park is also one of the nation’s most photographed destinations. Nestled in the Rocky Mountains, the park offers overwhelming views and jewel-coloured lakes – Lake Louise is iconic and is not to be missed! Tourists flock here in summer, so visit in June or September and the wilderness will be your own.

Point Pelee National Park, Ontario

The most southern point of Canada and bearing the same latitude as northern California, Point Pelee is one remarkable paradise. Lovers of wildlife can rejoice; here you will find an abundance of birds and animals in their natural habitat.  Songbirds migrate here in spring, cicadas pass through in summer and monarch butterflies bring a colourful shower in fall, while colder months are alive with deer and wild turkeys.

Nahanni National Park, Northwest Territories

Fancy visiting a national park that has fewer than 1,100 visitors per year? Nahanni is uniquely remote – you can only access it via floatplane or by hiking in.  With its jagged mountains and canyons buried deep into the land, as well as spots named Hell’s Gate and The Cirque of the Unclimbables, it’s a paradise for outdoor adventurers. The park is one of the few UNESCO World Heritage sites and is home to Virginia Falls (which is higher than Niagara Falls), as well as wolves and bears – who are reportedly not shy!

Jasper National Park, Alberta

With its rugged mountains, turquoise waters and glacial ice fields, Jasper National Park is a travel-photographer’s fantasy. Did you know that it’s quite literally one of the best places in the world to go stargazing? The park is recognized as a Dark-Sky Preserve by the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada and even has a Dark Sky Festival every October, welcoming astronomers and entertainers. That’s enough to put a twinkle in every hiker’s eye.

Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, British Columbia

Located just a few hours from Vancouver, Pacific Rim is the perfect mix of national-park-magic and being close enough to the hustle and bustle of a large city. The park is a natural wonderland of waterfalls, rainforest and beaches, and is separated into three units: West Coast Trail, Long Beach and Broken Group Islands.

Are you ready to start your own adventure a little further north? Our Work Canada Young Professionals program enables those with a job offer in Canada to gain that all important career development just north of the border. Get in touch with our team on 866-220-7771 or at info@bunacusa.org and start planning your adventure today!

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