Shortly after its 20th anniversary, the luxury resort and residential enclave near Puerto Vallarta presents its new plans for this year…
View which inspires
Well, we can say that we were Leonardo DiCaprio, who finally won an Oscar for his acting, inspired us to go to Canada...
This actor has really been waiting for his award a long time, and got it for the lead role in the movie The Revenant. In this article, we will not deal with facts about this movie and whether it is worth of prizes or not, but we will deal with the scenery and nature that we have seen in this achievement. If you look at this movie, you will see the incredible power of nature, which will lead you to find at least a part of Canada in which the film was shot. Here are the parts of this country we most liked.
Certain parts of the film Revenant were recorded in this part of Canada, and these areas you certainly must visit. It is over 4,000 square kilometers of mountain parks and unspoiled nature. Kananaskis is located west and southwest of Calgary, and is bordered Canmore and Banff National Park. The total consists of five parks and four "wild" parks, and in its part also has ecological reserve, which is located in the Nordic Centre, built for the Winter Olympics in 1988. Here you can admire the beauty of nature, and drive luxury Rocky Mountaineer train, as you will have the opportunity to see all that can swipe you of your feet.
Niagara Falls is definitely one of the most spectacular and the most powerful scenes in the world. If you think you're brave, check your boldness and go on a boat bound, to have the opportunity to enjoy the overwhelming force of the waterfall. However, if you want to enjoy this natural beauty form a bit more distant location, it is also possible.
Nahinni National Park
Well, we can say that this view will charm you. West of town called Yellowknife, you will come across the nature reserve, where you can enjoy a canoe, kayak or raft. From Yellowknife to this national park you are arriving by plane, which will fall right on the river. Interestingly, right?
Peggy's Cove (Nova Scotia)
Sunset that you can see here, you will not be able to see anywhere else. Here is St Margaret coast of the Gulf, and gives you the opportunity to enjoy adventure activities, such as hiking, kayaking, whale watching, or a game of golf. Be sure to visit the interesting fishing village located half hour from Halifax, where you can see the amazing play of light and shadow at sunrise on the coast.
Fundy Bay - New Brunswick
Fundy Bay is a place that connects New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Here you can see the maximum force of the tides in the world, you can ride bikes through the most interesting paths and you can visit the Fundy National Park. If you are interested in nature, you can go out into the deep ocean and observe the movement of whales. The coastal view is something really special, and those who are hiding curious explorers on the inside, can walk through the so-called "flowerpot rocks", when the tide is out.
Whichever place from our list you decide to visit, we are sure you will find your favorite location to enjoy the activity. Canada actually hides a large amount of natural beauty in itself, which is largely unspoiled and totally raw, as a force that drives the world.
Read next luxury article: Alternative destinations which everyone should visit