Canada’s national parks are delaying ticket sales until April

Canada’s national parks are delaying ticket sales until April

Tuesday – 1 Jumada I 1442 AH – December 15, 2020 AD. Release number. [
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News of the mass vaccination against “Covit-19” in many countries has raised hopes of a resumption of global travel in mid-2021, but national parks in Canada, in particular, say they have not yet begun to make any plans. According to the German news agency.
Hikers interested in exploring Canada’s national parks this summer are said to be able to make reservations by April 2021.
It will be later than usual, with overnight booking sales for camps and tours starting in January, with many travelers eager to make sure they can get guided accommodation and excursions.
The 38 national parks, historical sites and marine reserves in Canada are known to be crowded during the high season, which means reservations are likely to come in April.
Crowds usually gather at national parks such as Banff, Jasper or Yoho, and many campgrounds are packed to the brim for the entire summer. Parks Canada says it is delaying bookings for 2021 to allow more time for travelers to study the situation and prevent cancellations during epidemics.

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