Around half a million km2 of vast territories
Planning to visit Canada you have to be familiar with the countless beauty in the 37 national parks and 168 National Historic Sites around the country. There you can unfold your imagination and get into unimaginable adventures.
The parks are administrated by Park Canada, where you should visit in order to pick a special permit if you would like to fish or camp. Also for more information about flora, fauna and outdoor activities.
With 450 000 km2 of unique, protected areas, no matter what you are looking for- adventure, vacation or family time- the experience here cannot be count be described only by words.
In order to have an access in some of the parks you need to pay a small fee of around 5 $, but also there are parks where is free.
Fishing and hunting is paid and you need to take a permits. The another thing you will be asked to pay is for campgrounds, where the price vary from province to province.
Park Canada is not established only for us, humans, but also for protection and keeping the unique wildlife and the diversity of the ecosystem- the natural beauty of the country. High mountains, but plains, tundra and forests, glaciers and lakes- the wildness is limitless in every province, every region of Canada.
National park permits and what we need to know?
Short summery of taxes for individuals, families or groups
Everyone who is willing to enter Canada’s national parks and sites require a park permit, no matter of your type of transport, by purchasing permits usually are sold to cover all those entering in a particular vehicle from a roadside booth on the park boundary. This costs around $8 to $10 per individual per day with concessions for the young and old.
If your intention is to visit a numerous national sites and parks, the best investment is an Annual Discovery Pass. By the pass you will get unlimited admission for all the parks, but also national historical websites, which will cost you around $68. These, which are covering groups, a family, even a whole car full of people, costs double.
Additional permits and costs are also required to fish and backcountry camp in the national parks: both are generally available from park information centres.
Passion for Hiking
Who would have refused an amazing adventure among the forests and mountains of Canada?
If your biggest passion is hiking, Canada is the right place for you. Short or long-distanced trails, across the fjords, plateau eve non-melted icecap, all of these located in the mountains and forest of full-of-unlimited adventures Canada.
Some of the best North America`s greatest hiking areas are in Canada, no matter of your experience, ambitions or abilities, everyone can find the best walk to suit, in almost all around the country. With Well-maintained and well-marked trails in all the national parks and most of the provincial ones, their visit is easy and pleasant also secure for experienced hikers, but also for beginners. No need to say you always need to be properly equipped.