Discover one of Canada’s most beautiful, untouched and spectacular regions with the help of photographer and guide Paul Ziska.
It was the wedding that took the world by storm with billions of people around the globe watching as Prince William and Kate Middleton said their vows. After the vows had been exchanged and the wedding reception had been wrapped up, Kate and Wills were off on their first state visit as a married couple which started in Canada.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Ottawa at the start of a nine-day journey around Canada that also took in Quebec, Prince Edward Island, the Northwest Territories – and Alberta.
If you want to follow in the footsteps of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge then why not consider one of Canada’s most beautiful regions, Banff National Park in Alberta as your next destination. Across the seasons, Banff offers breath taking scenery and the opportunity to be as active and adventurous, or not, as you feel with first
class spas and outstanding restaurants also on offer.
As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Banff offers endless possibilities amongst rugged beauty, unspoiled landscapes and pristine mountain ranges. Drink in nature’s wonder at Lake Louise – one of the Canadian Rockies’ most beloved destinations, with turquoise waters sparkling underneath the towering Rocky Mountains and the chosen destination for some rest and relaxation by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their recent visit.
Watch the following video for a glimpse of this incredible corner of the globe. Photographer and Guide Paul Ziska will give you top tips on how to discover the region on foot whether you are a new or experienced hiker, and how to take the perfect photos of the breath taking scenery on offer, without spending your whole trip behind the lens of a camera.Tags: Kate Middleton Prince Edward Island Prince William And Kate Rugged Beauty World Heritage Site