La mayor parte de Canadá no está bien conocida así como una isla desierta en el Océano Pacífico. Aquí la vida está hirviendo de las ciudades ocupadas y centros regionales.…
Most of Canada is just as unexplored as some of the abandoned islands in the Pacific. The problem is that life boils only around bustling cities and regional centers – a few square kilometers where millions of people’s breaths are concentrated. The rest – wasteland, snow and wind – the endless covers of wild cold land. Here live harsh people who are not afraid to rush into battle with death and cold and to defend their right to life.
The austere beauty of Canada requires a special approach. Below are selected several destinations that will help avid travelers in North America to find peace and excellence in the vast expanses of this still friendly country.
This place is famous for the strongest tides and is also home to several national parks that belong to UNESCO.
A little north of Mount Logan (the highest point of the country – 5956m) is this amazing place – a concentration of bizarre valleys and graceful fjords. Here you can escape from the hustle and bustle of Toronto reflection.
Translated from the local dialect, the name Auyuittuq translates as “a place where snow never melts.” For the brave and determined, the summer spent in a national park with fjords, glaciers and icy hills of amazing beauty can be not only an unexpected entertainment but also a kind of challenge to nature.
This place is intended for those who like to have a rest on the snow-white lonely beaches, enjoy the gentle north wind in the summer and be inspired by the literary heritage of the city of Cavendish, where famous writers lived for a long time.
This small town is rich in the unique charm and sophistication of eastern Canada. This is an ideal destination for those who love a relaxing holiday close to civilization, but at the same time want to enjoy the solitude and inspiration of the town of Lunenberg.
Canada is rich in destinations for every taste. It is so magnificent that she will not leave anyone indifferent. Even if you have visited a small part of it and have not yet been inspired by the spirit of the country, the desire to come again and again will relentlessly haunt you.