Visitors in Yellowknife, in the Northwest Territories have a 90 percent chance of seeing the lights in wintertime.
Banff National Park has over 2,000 campsites for enjoying the country's natural assets.
You can access Banff, as well as 16 other Canadian national parks and historic sites for free in 2017 in honor of the country’s 150th anniversary by ordering a Discovery Pass online.
Near Alberta, Canada, you’ll find Dinosaur Provincial Park, where you’ll find the world’s largest collection of dinosaur fossils.
Or where you can stay in a hotel made of ice in a beautiful, cosmopolitan city, and see moose, caribou, beluga whales, wolves and polar bears in their natural habitat. But we all know there are dozens of things that make Canada an awesome country to visit — or live in.
This area is one of the few natural places where humans can observe polar bear within a safe distance.While you’re there, you can enjoy the cliffside promenade and the 520-foot-high Skylon Tower, with an observation deck.It’s home to some of the highest tides in the world.At low tide, you can literally walk on the ocean floor.The Bay of Fundy’s high and low tides also lend itself to another natural phenomena: watching the waterfalls in reverse.