On the occasion of Canada’s 150th anniversary, you can visit all national parks for free!
With this pass, you can visit the most spectacular places of the country with your friends or family unlimited times! In addition, it is not necessary for all to register to take advantage of Discovery Pass, with a single pass you can enter all completely free! Yes, free !!
Discovery Pass will allow you to enjoy totally free and unlimited access to National parks, marine conservation areas, and the country’s representative historic sites. This pass is valid until December 31, 2017, and is very easy to get it! Register here and indicate the email address where you want to be sent the pass. This pass is accepted only at places operated by Parks Canada and does not include activities or fees derived from camping, parking or guided tours.
If you are planning to visit any of the Canada National Park this spring our recommendation is that you should register as soon as possible because it takes approximately one month to arrive in your mailbox.
The system of natural parks is a distinctive member of the country so they are protected by law and are available to the public for use and enjoyment. 46 natural parks, 161 historical sites and 4 marine conservation areas covering a wide range of terrain and picturesque landscapes that will delight your senses throughout the Canadian territory.
Take the adventurer inside and discover the most beautiful and special places of the country with Discovery Pass. Free your mind of the stress of the city and let yourself be entranced by the beauty of nature.
In the following point, we recommend you some of the most notorious National Parks.
Banff National Park is the first established Park in Canada, it is located in Alberta and offers plenty of outdoor activities during all year.
Jasper National Park is the largest of the Rocky Mountains, where camping becomes the most popular activity during the summer season.
Gulf Islands Natural Reserve has 15 islands and islets that shelter a wide variety of plants, marine life and birds.
Gwaii Haanas National Park National Park has more than 600 archaeological areas and an unequaled heritage recognized worldwide.
Kootenay National Park has various geological sites.
Pacific Rim Nature Reserve is located on Vancouver Island. Ten kilometers of coastline in which to find very peculiar marine fauna like starfish in shades of purple or coral makes it one of the most visited tourist attractions in the country.
Wapusk National Park located between the boreal forest and the arctic tundra protects one of the largest polar bear maternity areas of the world.
In this territory, you can also visit Riding Mountain National Park
Kouchibouguac National Park hosts large mixed wood forests, salt lakes, and warm oceanic beaches. An awesome destination for all seasons.
In this territory, you can also visit Fundy National Park
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Akami-Uapishku-KakKasuak-Mealy Mountains National Park Reserve has peaks of up to 1180 meters The landscapes of this exceptional region have a great cultural significance. Akami-uapishku is an Innu word that means White Mountains Through.
Nahanni National Park was inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1978. The park reserve protects a part of the Mackenzie Mountains. One of the key features of this park is the brave-water river Naha Dehé.
Sable Island National Park has a fascinating history that goes back more than 400 years. This island is known as “Atlantic Cemetery” because more than 350 boats were shipwrecked because of the submerged sandbars that surround the island, strong winds and fog.
Sirmilik National Park offers the possibility of discovering a variety of birds and marine fauna.
Georgian Bay Islands National Park is the largest freshwater archipelago in the world.
Pukaskwa National Park, has a lake and a boreal forest and protects 1878 ecosystem.
PEI National Park is a perfect place to take a walk and delight the view with a spectacular landscape and fauna.
Maurice National Park is located in the heart of Quebec and has an extensive network of valleys, lakes, waterfalls, and streams.
Grassland National Park was founded in 1981. It is one of the new natural parks in Canada.
In this territory, you can also visit Prince Albert National Park
Kluane Nature Reserve is home to a Canada’s highest peak. Mount Logan, with an elevation of 5,959 meters (19,551 ft), is one of the most popular adventure destinations.