Canada Wilderness.com® developed to promote wilderness travel in Canada. This site provides Canadian wilderness tour operators with a specialized directory to promote their businesses to an international audience. The website has one primary purpose and was designed with this in mind: to make it easy for a visitor to locate an outfitter or operator by category and region and provide a complete travel resourcecentre. In essence, one-stop shopping to book a Canadian wilderness adventure including a currency converter. Once a visitor has chosen a wilderness travel category, they can interact with the graphical map of Canada to choose a region and activity. Major sections of the website are as follows:
Adventure tourism is a rapidly growing sector attracting a worldwide audience. Canada provides a perfect diversity of landscape to satisfy soft to extreme outdoor adventure enthusiasts. There are eight different activites included within the Adventure Tours category: Back Country Skiing; Cat Skiing; Hiking, Backpacking and Mountaineering; Dogsledding; Heli-Hiking; Heli-Skiing; Horse/Pack Trips; and Rafting. Recently we have added two new Adventure categories due to the popularity and growth of ATV Adventures and Snowmobile Trips.
Although Canoeing & Kayaking are classified as part of adventure tourism, they have been alloted their own category due to the size of the market.
Canada is home to some of the most challenging and magnificent river systems in the world. Regardless of the level of adventure being sought; coast-to-coast and inland to arctic watershed; there is a perfect setting awaiting any wilderness paddling enthusiast. Canada is home to a growing kayaking industry, both on inland waters, and sea kayaking in the coastal areas.
Eco Tourism is attracting international attention as more people become concerned about protecting the environment. Canada is taking a leading role in delivering this message through increased government protection of resources and improved practises by industries consuming resources, in particularly logging. The extensive range of plant life, animal life, and terrain, makes Canada one of the fastest growing destinations for the eco tourist. This activity has also been classified under the adventure category, however, due to the low level of risk involved, educational and cultural experiences, Eco Tourism has its own category.
Anglers will find a fishing paradise in the Canadian wilderness. Walleye, Small and Largemouth Bass, Muskie, Speckled and Lake Trout, Northern Pike, Arctic Char and Grayling, are some of the most popular species sought after. Moose, deer, caribou, and bear are some of the more popular game animals in Canada. Check the Fishing & Hunting section of the website for more information on species available and provincial regulations. Canadian outfitters are very responsible in the conservation of fish and wildlife and Canada Wilderness.com® urges visitors to utilize their expert services and adhere to regulations.
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