Sunday, 3 April 2011


  CANADA is the unspoiled land of superlatives;second largest country in the world by area, the higest mountains (mount logan), longest costline,  countless lakes, longest days, most glaciers, longest rivers (Mackenzie River),longest winter, most wildlife and fewest humans, fewest roads, shortest days and shortest summer. this rugged,beautiful,wild land is characterized by its diverse terrain with tall magestic mountains,bright white landscape of snow and slow moving,vibrantly coloured blue glaciers,dense emerald green forest and bright colourful tundra with wildlife varied and unique to its region. Sealife abounds, magestic eagals fly freely across its streaming blue skies and giant humpback whales breach from the pacific's icy waters.

    (about four million tourists visited in 2004-2005)
 CANADA consist ten province and three territories and surrounded by three oceans artic,atlantic and pacific, there are 42 national parks and national park reservs in canada which are governed by PARKCANADA,that protect natural, cultural and historical featurs of this immense landscape.
Banff national park is the canada's first national park established in 1885, to attract high numbers of tourists, canadian pacific railway ,banff spring hotels and chateau lake louise were established, which were honoured by unesco and been declared as world heritage sites


Aulavik National Park of Canada
Over 12,000 km2 of arctic
wilderness on Banks Island. 

Auyuittuq National Park of Canada
Baffin Island landscapes containing
northern extremity of Canadian Shield.

Banff National Park Of Canada
UNESCO World Heritage Site and 
Canada's first National Park of Canada  

Bruce Peninsula National Park of Canada
Landscapes including the northern
end of Niagara Escarpment. 

Cape Breton Highlands National Park of Canada
Home to Cabot Trail, a land blessed with
spectacular cliffs. 

Elk Island National Park of Canada                 
Alberta plains oasis for rare and
endangered species. 

Forillon National Park of Canada
The "Jewel of the Gaspé" where
 land meets sea. 

Fundy National Park of Canada
Atlantic's sanctuary with world's
 highest tides. 

Georgian Bay Islands National Park of Canada
Captivating islands representing Lake
Huron's landscape
                                                                                                                                                         Glacier National Park of Canada                          
British Columbia's lush interior
 rainforest and permanent glaciers. 

Grasslands National Park of Canada
Saskatchewan's rare prairie grasses,
 dinosaur fossils, and badlands. 

Gros Morne National Park of Canada
UNESCO World Heritage Site amid
Newfoundland's wild natural beauty

Gulf Islands National Park                                             
An exceptional coastal island landscape
 in the southern Strait of Georgia. 

Gwaii Haanas National Park,
Haïda culture and coastal rainforest on
 Queen Charlotte Island

Ivvavik National Park of Canada                          
Calving ground for the Porcupine
 caribou herd. 

    Jasper National Park of Canada                             
UNESCO World Heritage Site and
 glacial jewel of the Rockies. 

Kejimkujik National Park of Canada
Nova Scotia's inland of historic
canoe routes and portages. 

Kluane National Park
Yukon's UNESCO World Heritage Site
contains Canada's highest peak

Kootenay National Park of Canada                                     
UNESCO World Heritage Site featuring
 the famous Radium Hot Springs. 

Kouchibouguac National Park of Canada
Intricate Acadian blend of coastal and
 inland habitats. 

La Mauricie National Park of Canada
Lakes winding through forested hills
for canoe and portage activities. 

Mingan Archipelago National Park
A string of islands carved out by the sea. 

Mount Revelstoke National Park
Rainforest of 1,000-year-old cedars
 and spectacular mountains. 

Nahanni National Park Reserve of Canada
Northwest Territories' UNESCO
World Heritage Site.
Pacific Rim National Park Reserve of Canada                        
Pacific Coast Mountains make up this
 marine and forest environment. 

Point Pelee National Park of Canada
Most southern point on Canadian mainland. 

Prince Albert National Park of Canada
Protects slice of northern coniferous forest
and wildlife. 

Prince Edward Island National Park of canada               
A protected area with spectacular coast. 

Pukaskwa National Park of Canada
Canadian Shield's ancient landscape
on Superior's North Shore. 

Quttinirpaaq National Park of Canada
Most remote, fragile, rugged
and northerly lands in North America. 

Riding Mountain National Park
Protected "island" area in the

Sirmilik National Park of Canada                                                         
Northern Baffin Island landscape
containing Eastern Arctic Lowlands
and Lancaster Sound. 

St. Lawrence Islands National Park of Canada
Established in 1904. 

Terra Nova National Park of Canada
Remnants of the Eastern Newfoundland
Ancient Appalachian Mountains. 

Torngat Mountains National Park of Canada
The spectacular wilderness of this National
Park comprises 9,700 km2 of the Northern                       
 Labrador Mountains natural region. 

Tuktut Nogait National Park of Canada
Calving ground for the Bluenose caribou

Ukkusiksalik National Park of Canada
The place where there is stone that can
be used to carve pots and oil lamps 

Vuntut National Park of Canada
Northern Yukon's unique non-glaciated

Wapusk National Park of Canada
One of the largest polar bear denning
areas in the world. 

Waterton Lakes National Park of Canada
International Peace Park; where the
Rocky Mountains meet the prairie. 

Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada
UNESCO World Heritage Site larger
than Switzerland. 

Yoho National Park of Canada
UNESCO World Heritage Site in

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