Over a century and half old country, filled with rich history, diverse cultures, fun events, unique local businesses, and much more, Canada is worth the adventure. In order to truly understand the country we love and know today, it's important to acknowledge and appreciate where it all started. And while the internet mostly highlights limited and popularly known facts, there is a way to explore the grassroots of this beautiful country. That is where Driftscape comes in!
Who is Driftscape?
Driftscape is a Canadian startup whose core product is a free local discovery and travel app that acts as a personal guide to its users - helping them explore their surroundings from the point of view of diverse local experts, in an interactive and engaging fashion.
Available on iOS and Android devices, Driftscape is an ad-free platform dedicated to making local culture easier to discover. There are currently over 60 organizations using the app to share their stories and over 7000 places, events, and tours mapped across Canada.
From the beautiful coastline of the east to the vast mountain top views on the west coast, and everything in between, Driftscape brings to you the top 5 experiences to indulge in this Canada Day!
The East Coast
Spend a warm afternoon picnicking along the east coast! The Kouchibouguac National Park, along the eastern New Brunswick coast, is the perfect place to spend a warm afternoon with its delicate blend of beaches, sand dunes and salt marshes.
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There is no better way to discover Canada than canoeing or kayaking on one of the Great Lakes in central Canada! Take a relaxing paddle down picturesque water trails flowing along the coast of Georgian Bay. Located just below Sudbury, Point Grondine Park has over 18,000 acres of scenic natural wilderness, landscape and stunning river vistas and lakes to explore.
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Go camping or fishing on a local lake in the Prairies! Lake St. George Provincial Park is a well-known fishing hot-spot for walleye, northern pike and perch. The beach is equipped with boat launches so you can choose to spend the day relaxing on the beach or fishing on the water!
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The West Coast
Immerse yourself in the great outdoors and adventure the west coast! Yoho National Park lies on the western slope of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Spend the day hiking, mountain climbing or mountain biking on one of its 28 mountain peaks.
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Trek alongside some of the world’s largest concentrations of glaciers in northern Canada! Switch it up and spend the day hiking amongst ice fields and clear lakes at Kluane National Park Reserve in the Yukon. Known for its vast amounts of wildlife, be sure to keep an eye out for Canadian wildlife including moose, caribou and black bears on your exploration!
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