Tag Archives: Natural wonders of Canada

Banff National Park

The Banff National Park is the oldest national park in Canada. The Park has an area of 6,641 square kilometers and has a tree line that lies by around 7,500 feet. These tree lines lead to the alpine meadows and glaciers. Located within 110-180 kilometers west of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Banff National Park houses an exceptional selection of ecological and ... Read More »

Nahanni National Park

Located in the Northwest Territories of Canada, Nahanni National Park has a size of more than 413,000 acres where the 7 million acres is composed only of wilderness, alpine tundra, boreal forest, mountains which separates Northwest Territories and Yukon. Its name was derived from Naha which refers to a tribe of violent warriors who were missing in the valley that ... Read More »

Gros Morne National Park

Located in the west coast of Newfoundland in Canada, Gros Morne National Park is recognized as a world heritage site since 1987. It is the second biggest national park in Canada with its vast area of 697 square miles next to Torngat Mountains National Park. Its name was derived from the name of the second highest mountain peak of Newfoundland ... Read More »

Della Falls

Located in Strathcona Provincial Park in Vancouver Island is the Della Falls. It is recognized as the tallest waterfall in the whole of Canada with its height of 1,443 feet. To reach Della Falls, the fastest is by taking a helicopter or crossing the Great Central Lake by the use of a boat. After that, it doesn’t end there since ... Read More »


Canada, located in North America, is composed of three territories and ten provinces. It lies to the Atlantic Ocean in the east toward the Pacific Ocean and Arctic Ocean in the north. Its vast area is 9.9 million square kilometers even bigger than the United States, with a population of more than thirty four million as of 2011. Ottawa is ... Read More »