6. Banff National Park
Located in the province of Alberta in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, the Banff National Park was the first national park established in 1885 in Canada. The park covers 2,500 acres of land in the Canadian Rockies and attracts a lot of tourists, especially nature lovers to its old glaciers and lush meadows all year round. There are two beautiful towns within the Banff National Park: Lake Louise and Banff. Both are packed with amazing museums, great galleries, and numerous cultural attractions created to occupy tourists in between treks into the wilderness. Each year more than 3.3 million visitors come to the Banff National Park to enjoy the nature and to ski.