You can now take a virtual tour of some of Canada's most beautiful national parks
Canada's national parks may be closed for the foreseeable future, but fortunately, you can still take a virtual tour of them from the comfort of your own home.
Now, you can explore seven natural Canadian wonders — all while still wearing your pyjamas.
Head down to Canada's most southern tip, Point Pelee National Park in Ontario, for a tranquil walk on the sandy beaches.
While we all #StayHome and do our part to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus, there’s no reason we can’t enjoy park views from our homes - virtually! To brighten our feed we challenge our followers to share their favorite Point Pelee National Park view in the comments 📷⬇️ pic.twitter.com/ZulG3QVZDZ— Point Pelee NP (@PointPeleeNP) April 13, 2020
Or take a scenic drive along the Cabot Trail in Nova Scotia, passing through Cape Breton Highlands National Park.
Cruise on a river boat through the breath-taking, dramatic fjords in Auyuittuq National Park on Baffin Island, one of Canada’s most remote national parks.
Auyuittuq National Park is a national park located on Baffin Island's Cumberland Peninsula, in the Qikiqtaaluk Region of Nunavut, the largest political subdivision of Canada. pic.twitter.com/7yHwgzZlxU— Beautiful Canada 🇨🇦 (@StunningCanada) April 9, 2020
Forillon National Park, Gaspe, Quebec - Canada pic.twitter.com/tKbDDExzie— ShelleyF (@Montry75) April 4, 2020
Have a virtual picnic in Wood Buffalo National Park in Alberta — the second biggest national park in the world, covering an area larger than Switzerland.
Or — if you're a history buff — explore the historic trails at the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site in Nova Scotia, stopping to admire the reconstructed eighteenth-century stone buildings.
With social distancing measures in place for at least a few more weeks, Canadians still have some time on their hands before they can look forward to leaving the house again.
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