Travel Canada – Summer 2012

Summer is almost here and, if you haven’t done so already, it’s time to plan some fun holidays. Here are a few exciting options that you probably haven’t thought about.
For the nature lover:

Explore Kejimkujik National Park in Nova Scotia. If you are making the trip to Nova Scotia this summer you don’t want to miss this tranquil park that is filled with lakes and wildlife. Kejimkujik is the only Parks Canada site which is designated both a National Park and a National Historic Site.
Kananaskis Country is often overshadowed by its proximity to Banff, but this is a special part of the world. Over 4000 square kilometres of wild surroundings are filled with grizzly and black bears, cougars, elks, lynx and moose. Play golf on two stunning golf courses where each shot fades into the backdrop of towering mountains.
Billy Bowman’s Camp is located on the shores of Weller’s Bay in Southern Ontario. Rent a rustic cottage on the water and enjoy great swimming, sensational fishing and water skiing.

Health and Spirituality:

Grail Springs is an award-winning holistic, health spa and wellness retreat. It’s situated in the mineral capital of Canada beside a spring-fed lake only 2.5 hours from Toronto. Surrounded by hundreds of acres of forest, trails, wildlife and meditation gardens, this environment makes for the perfect place to reconnect with ‘Heaven on Earth’

Something a little more extravagant:

The Rimrock Resort Hotel, a Four Diamond award-winning hotel, is located in the heart of the Canadian Rockies where uncompromised luxury and natural splendour come together in perfect harmony. Perfect for special occasions or if you just want a magical getaway, the Rimrock looks down on the picturesque town of Banff and is surrounded by mountains of nature.