Photos: Tiffany Shum
We spent a summer’s day at the southernmost point of the Canadian mainland – Point Pelee National Park. Full of sandy beaches and many cycling and hiking trails, it is Canada’s second smallest and most ecologically diverse national park.
Although we went in summer, there many seasonal events to enjoy such as flocks of migratory birds in spring, as well as waves of vivid Monarch butterflies in Autumn, and of course in winter, you can wander the trails in solitude and catch the natural ice formations.
To discover more visit: https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/on/pelee