Nahanni National Park

North America
Nahanni National Park is located in the southwest of the Northwest Territories province in northern Canada. The Mackenzie Mountains and the South Nahanni River with its unique, wild water course belong to it. The Nahanni National Park has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1978. No roads lead into the remote wilderness of the animal-rich park with wolves, grizzly bears and caribou. The only way to get to the park is by boat or seaplane from Fort Simpson. The South Nahanni River with its deep canyons and the rushing Virginia Falls is an ideal area for breathtaking white water rafting. With a depth of over ninety meters, the falls are twice as deep as the Niagara Falls. After the first canyon, canoeists can enjoy a pleasant, 30 degrees Celsius…
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