Are you itching for a getaway? Are you ready to travel again?
If you’re looking to explore the ruins of lost civilizations, uncover the secrets of nature reserves and national parks or want to examine ancient monuments up close, read this short guide from Scott Dunn on how best to explore and experience five UNESCO-designated sites and if they are VTL friendly or not.
3. Clayoquot Sound Biosphere Reserve, Canada
With Canada – Singapore VTL in place, take a trip to Canada and be in awe of the UNESCO-designated Clayoquot Sound Biosphere Reserve, one of the last remaining ancient temperate rainforests in the world. Within the dense forests, sparkling inlets and snow-capped mountain peaks, the sights at the Reserve are one to behold.
From watching bears swiping salmon from streams, spotting humpback whales out at sea, kayaking down the river or simply enjoying the dramatic landscapes, there is no reason why nature lovers should give this destination a miss. Make your trip a fruitful one. Pair the trip with a short leg over in Vancouver where you can find gourmet food markets and a distinct fusion of cultures.