Canada is celebrating its 150th anniversary by making entry to all its national parks free for the entire year of 2017.
There are 38 national parks throughout the country, with just about every province and territory represented. Some are even UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and are legally protected by international treaties. UNESCO regards these sites as being important to the collective interests of humanity.
I’ve been to several in British Columbia and Alberta, including Banff National Park and Glacier National Park, and I can tell you the natural beauty will take your breath away.
For a complete list of Canadian National Parks to plan your 2017 getaway, visit the Parks Canada official site.
So which ones do you want to visit?
[Image courtesy Banff Lake Louise Tourism / Fairmont Hotels & Resorts; Map courtesy Parks Canada]
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