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Many nations of the world boast about their medieval period fortresses or for that matter the Roman or Persian ruins. Canada has an unmatched heritage. It gloats on its very own National Parks. The National Parks of Canada have remained faithful to its founding purpose of harmonizing the ecological balance. Today, there are about 44 such parks in Canada, which when combined covers a larger geographical area than that of Italy.
Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve & Haida Heritage Site
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This great UNESCO World Heritage site comprises of Moresby and 137 littler islands at its southern end. It holds a view of forbidden Haida towns, hot springs, stunning natural landscapes and a part of the continent's best kayaking.
Archaeological finds have archived more than 500 antiquated Haida locales, including towns and graveyards all through the islands. The most acclaimed town is SGang Gwaay (Ninstints) on Anthony Island, where columns of weathered towers gaze frightfully out to ocean. Other significant sights include the old town of Skedans , on Louise Island, and Hotspring Island . The locales are ensured by Haida Gwaii guards, who live on the islands in summer.
Banff & Jasper National Parks
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Canada's Banff and Jasper, are a reply to Italy's Venice and Florence. Marked by natural wonders that are as stupendous and imperative as anything the Romans ever constructed. In any case don't think these protected ranges have no history. Among all national parks scattered around the globe today, Banff, made in 1885, is the third oldest, while nearby Jasper is only 22 years younger to it . Arranged on the eastern side of the Canadian Rockies, the two bordering parks were declared as Unesco World Heritage destinations in 1984, for their exceptional beauty and important alluvial processes.
Nahanni Nationalpark Reserve
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Nahanni implies wilderness. Arranged in the southwestern NWT close to the Yukon fringe, this 30,000-sq-km park takes its name from the epic South Nahanni River. This untamed stream tumbles more than 500km through the barbed Mackenzie Mountains. It's a fantasy destination for kayaking and one of Canada's most astounding spots. The Nahanni is a National Heritage river and the park is declared as a Unesco World Heritage site.
Grasslands National Park
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Due south of Swift Current, you'll discover the charming villas of Val Marie, entryway to Grasslands National Park. The park is a place of seclusion and magnificence, where treeless slopes meet the perpetual sky. Traveling south on Hwy 4 will bring you straight here. The street is in great condition until the intersection of Hwy 13 at Cadillac, it becomes too rugged for your liking from this point. Don't come without a 4 wheel drive.
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