Once you are there, you will surely be impressed by the beauty and grandeur of Alberta, including gunung agung and feet rolling. You will also want to see a Canada that is a world famous Rocky Mountains and popular resort town of Jasper, Banff, Kananaskis, Canmore, Lake Louise, Waterton, which attracts many visitors every year.
Alberta Has something for everyone
If you are a "dinosaur hunters," you have to plan excursions to Drumheller, where the notorious Robert Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology is situated and the surrounding landscape has produced an abundance of prehistoric and fossil discoveries. The Museum features interactive exhibits that include garden and an interesting display of the Cretaceous of dinosaur skeletons. Located near the Badland trails Canada, provides picnic area, gift shop, and cafeteria.
You can also explore the rural heritage of the province by visiting the farms of Northern Alberta, Southern Alberta, and Alberta Heartland. Calgary, close to the Rockies, is the industry leader in gas and oil, and is also a popular place to visit for visitors received a warm welcome when they got there.
The provincial capital is one of the country's northernmost city and is located on the North Saskatchewan River. While the city has its share of urban renewal projects, restaurants, parks, and festivals, most visitors are very interested in shopping at West Edmonton Mall, especially for its curiosity value. Located on the South side of the River, the restored district known as the "Old Strathcona" will also pique your interest as a simple building, heritage museum, and a variety of places to eat and drink. Edmonton has its own importance and Space Science Centre, too, and You might want to consider visiting when planning Your vacation schedule.
The city is seen as the Rockies ' capital Canada, and almost 50,000 people might gather here during the high tourist season, especially those who support the backpacking, mega-tour coach and RV. The city's main street, Banff Avenue, is important for outdoor-clothing and sports equipment stores up-scale.
Jasper National Park
Located in the Canadian Rockies, spacious, beautiful garden is famous for glacier Columbia Icefield, and many lakes, waterfalls, mountains and hot springs. People also enjoy the varied wildlife parks, which include caribou, moose, white-tailed deer, mule deer, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, black bear, grizzly bear, Beaver, mountain lion, Wolf, and Wolf grey. Among the main attractions of the Park is the Tonquin Valley, Mount Edith Cavell, Maligne Lake Medicine Lake, and tours of the Athabasca Glacier on a bus sized snowmobile. Many activities relating to out-door including fishing rafting, hiking, camping and kayaking.
The Annual Calgary Stampede
This event is a combination of rodeos, fairs, festivals and wrapped into one held every year for 10 days in early July, with about 1.2 million visitors who attended. As the largest outdoor rodeo in the world, the Stampede has a world famous rodeo competition, agricultural competitions, concerts, stage shows, in the midst of a First Nation, the exhibition, chuck wagon races, several pancake breakfast throughout the city, and many other attractions.