▪ Morant’s Curve is a bend in the railway that runs between Banff and Lake Louise, right through Banff National Park. The curve happens to have a spectacular mountain backdrop, and it’s easy to photograph it from a pullout on the side of the Bow Valley Parkway.
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Saw Kenny Powers absolutely SHREDDING outside my ferry
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Going back through some old photos and found this from a snorkelling trip in Newfoundland 🇨🇦 last year. Such a stunning part of the world!! Definitely want to get back there soon!
A lot of you lovely people seemed to really like my previous wildlife canoe post- so I’ve of course got more from my travels and hope you enjoy💓
-My top destination for wildlife encounters is without a doubt Canada, specifically British Columbia in the west. I was here in September last year- a week first in Toronto, then a week in Vancouver, and then 3 weeks with a lovely host family near Williams Lake. During this time I saw the most INCREDIBLE wildlife- It’s not every day a grizzly crosses the road in front of you! 😍
The grizzly footage and photo, along with the bald eagle photo is from a beautiful town called Bella Coola, where my lovely host family took me for a road trip! The 8 hour drive to there from Williams Lake was incredible with beautiful nature (the drive across Canada on highway 20 is considered one of the most beautiful drives in the world), and Bella Coola Valley is filled with grizzlies, moose, all kinds of birds and i can only recommend going here for wildlife adventures and hiking! There are so many beautiful hiking trails in this mountainside area as well ❤️ We were so lucky to stumble upon a grizzly mama with her cubs 😍
The bear photo is of a HUGE male which was walking right by the roadside... We heard rustling and suddenly he was literally right there- a few meters away from us on the road as we were walking along trying to spot bears! I must admit that was scary with him that close but amazing nonetheless. Excuse my squeaky voice in the video I’m just that excited haha 😆😂
The whale footage, sea lion and seal photos are from a lovely whale watching trip I went on while in Vancouver. We were so lucky to see many humpbacks- Vancouver is also great for dolphin and orca sightings!
The otter footage is from my host family’s home, as they lived right by Williams Lake so plenty of otters and fish to catch and watch! Plenty of brown bears and grizzlies in this area as well. I can only recommend staying around the area- it’s simply BEAUTIFUL ❤️
I never in my wildest dreams thought I’d see so much wildlife in just over a month, and it’s an experience you never forget 🦅🐻🐋
Une de mes surprises d'anniversaire était de faire une balade en chiens de traîneau dans une magnifique forêt 🐕 🇨🇦
Bon, malgré les nombreuses paires de chaussettes et les chaufferettes dans les bottes, on a bien cru qu'on allait perdre nos orteils 😂
Donc le chien de traîneau : oui ! Mais un jour où il fait un peu plus de -30 : mieux ! ❄️
One of my birthday surprises was to do dog sledding in a beautiful forest 🐶😍
Despite the many pairs of socks and the heaters in the boots, we thought we'd lose our toes 😂
So dogsled : yes!
But when it's not so cold : better ! 🌨️
Quoi de mieux après une journée dans le froid que de plonger dans les eaux chaudes des @takhinihotsprings ? Bon, en vrai, c'est juste une piscine en plein air un peu vieillotte, mais... avec les températures actuelles, on peut y faire des concours de cheveux gelés ! Qui vote pour Séra ?
Faites un tour sur le blog pour connaître toutes les activités à faire à Whitehorse en hiver ! (lien en bio)
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This is a license for non-Canadians that allows them to study in Canada. The study visa is valid up to 90 days after you finish your education.
To apply for a Canadian Study Visa, you must obtain a letter of acceptance from one of Canada's qualified educational institutions.
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Canadian school Student Visa: For study of students below 18.
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* NEW BLOGPOST *
about this charming city and how to spend 2 amazing days here with my fav recommendations!
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“I decided to try out something different. Take a photo the day before the snow, and a photo after the snow. This place is beautiful with and without snow!” ✨
Photos by @tylermcave
Share your adventure: #wildernessnation
The earth is a canvas, thank you for sharing this art with us all @fameisficklefood ❄️
Wanna know how these bubbles are created? As plants decay on the lake bed, methane gas is released which creates these trapped bubbles under the ice. This looks like so much fun to photograph, a winter phenomenon indeed!
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