Wood Buffalo National Park
Wood Buffalo National Park is a national park in Canada and is maintained and managed by Parks Canada. Parks Canada is a government department in Canada which looks after, manages and maintains parks, historic sites, marine conservation areas and more! Here is the link to their website:
The National park of Wood Buffalo is the largest park in Canada and one of the largest ones around the world. Spread mostly in the province of Alberta, it’s northern segment touches NWT. It was established in 1922 with a vision of protecting bison in northern Canada.
Here is detail of how to reach Wood Buffalo National Park and we can do that year long! Yayyy!! 🙂
Have winter conditions in mind. Safety precautions and procedures are described in the page above.
Air travel is possible between different cities like Edmonton, Fort Smith, Fort Chipewyan, YellowKnife and Fort McMurray. Get in touch with NorthWestern Air Lease to travel by air.
Reaching the area by air or by road, Wood Buffalo needs to be a place to visit, on your bucket list.
(Look up for more Parks in Canada through Parks Canada’s website. Something exciting is always going on! 🙂 )