Only 3 hours north of Toronto, Algonquin Park is Ontario’s oldest Provincial Park and one of the largest in Canada with over 2000 fresh water lakes. Within the borders of the park can be found many wild animals such as moose, deer, beaver, wolves and bears, all in their natural habitats.
Bowron Lake Provinicial Park is a magnificent 121,600 hectare wilderness area in the Cariboo Mountain Ranges of BC. Rugged snow capped peaks and powerful waterfalls contrast with tranquil lakes and fertile marshlands to create a park of varied natural splendour.
This 370 kilometre canoe adventure on the Teslin River includes about 170 km on the Yukon River. It is especially suitable for the novice canoeist and the well-trained guide demonstrates the proper paddle techniques on this Class 1-2 river.
This classic canoe trip down the Yukon River is specially tailored for visitors who like to travel far away from tourist routes, following the trail of the old history. Special canoeing skills are not required.