8) Nahanni National Park
Nahanni National Park is the epitome of roughing it in nature. You can dance under its magnificent, massive, waterfalls or experience its Sulphur hot springs, before going on a wild whitewater rafting adventure. The Naha Dehé River carves through four immense canyons and the area’s famous spruce and aspen trees harbor adrenaline-inducing wildlife like wolves and grizzly bears. Even the park’s mountain goats are a sight to be seen. Located in the country’s Northwest Territories, Nahanni National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site encompassing land you just have to see to believe.