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Monday, April 08, 2013

Alberta Tourism Has National Park And Skiing Resorts – Do You Need Travel Insurance Here?



Do you want to travel to a place where you can have a taste of a country and a city? Alberta tourism can offer you that. Alberta is located in the western part of Canada. Its tourism is more focused on outdoor and nature-related activities. This province has several tourism activities for every season, whether it is hiking, winter sports or wildlife viewing.

LEARN ITS HISTORY


  • To know more about the province’s history, you can take a tour in one of the Alberta’s historic places, such as Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump. This is situated in the Rocky Mountains of Fort Macleod. This site was once used by aboriginal people for thousands of years. 
  • These days, it features a theater that provides a 10-minute film showing that depicts a re-enactment of a buffalo hunt. You can also take a 1 ½ hour tour to its interpretative trails.

PROVINCIAL AND NATIONAL PARKS 

  • The mountains of the Canadian Rockies offer photogenic lakes and several natural wonders that you can view through a highway network. Alberta tourism has over 75 provincial and national parks.
  • Do you wish to see big game wildlife? You can go to Jasper and Banff national parks where you can see grizzly bears, elk and moose.
  • Want to hike? The parks also offer several hiking trails. You can go for short walks, day hikes or overnight trips.
  • Jaw-dropping sceneries are found in these beautiful parks.

SKIING

  • Do you wish to visit where the 1988 Winter Olympic Games was held? Just 45 minutes away from the fastest-growing city of Canada, Nakiska Ski Resort offers something for everyone, whether you are a beginner in skiing or an expert in this category.
  • If you get hungry while skiing, you can walk towards Kannaskis Village where you can find shops and restaurants. You can also find here several cross-country skiing trails.
  • After having an exciting day on the slopes, you can book an overnight stay in said village. Delta Lodge, for instance, offers deluxe accommodations that can help you relax and warm up.

HOW TO GO TO ALBERTA AND EXPERIENCE WHAT ITS TOURISM HAS TO OFFER?

  • From the Philippines, one of your options is to take a flight to Sydney. Then, you need to take another flight to Vancouver before reaching Calgary. 
  • The country’s national airline has several direct flights to Asian cities. If you do not want the Sydney-Vancouver-Calgary route, then you can take a flight to Beijing from the Philippines. 
  • Whatever route you take, you still need to change planes when going to Calgary before reaching the province of Alberta.

DO YOU NEED TRAVEL INSURANCE FOR ALBERTA?

Alberta, Canada is a safe place to visit. However, having a travel insurance policy lets you minimize the cost of hospital and medical charges in the event that you need medical attention. Keep in mind that hospital and medical bills can start at $1,000 each day.

If you are taking any prescription medicines, you must bring copies of your prescriptions.

DISEASES

  • If you are traveling to backcountry, you need to take preventive measures against giardiasis. It is a beaver fever that you can get from drinking water in Giardia-lambia-infested lakes, rivers and streams. This disease can cause diarrhea, nausea and cramps.
  • The tourism of Alberta also advises its tourists to bring proper clothing when visiting during winter months to avoid frostbite. When driving your own car, you must check your vehicle’s anti-freeze levels and always have spare tires and sleeping bags.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Janey Danes started her career as a part-time article writer, editor and proofreader in 2008. She specializes in topics related to health, travel, technology, family, and spiritual life. Danes is a licensed medical technologist and she holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Information Technology. 

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