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Want to visit a place famous for its technological advances and breathtaking natural beauty? In the western part of Canada, in this wonderful country, you will find the charming and cozy province of Alberta, covered with lush forests, while the southern part gives way to endless prairies. Would you like to select and rent a vacation home near National Parks, such as Jasper, Banff, in the popular Canadian Rockies? You'll be spoiled for choice on the Holidu platform, with different options to suit your budget, ensuring that your days out will be relaxing and fun with your family or group of friends.Beautiful vacation homes with stunning natural views and enchanting gardens
Accommodations surrounded by wonderful wild nature in a quiet area where you can have privacy, rest, disconnect, relax during your vacation, have pleasant moments organizing and having fun barbecues, you can do some water activities, fishing, sailing, golf, horse riding, hiking, accompanied by spectacular starry nights. Most of them have internet, so you can check your social networks, ideal for playing in their beautiful gardens with the children in the family and with your pet as in some cases they are allowed.
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Mountains with multiple natural beauties, full of adventures all year round, are home to many national and provincial parks so wonderful that Unesco designated them as World Heritage Sites, citing some Yoho, Banff, Jasper, Alberta, form a collection of natural beauties, Several stunning lakes and waterfalls, hiking, mountain biking trails wind along the famous Moraine Lake, ideal for canoeing, swimming and fishing in the summer, exploring the Icefields Parkway on foot, skiing or sledging.Visit Marmot Basin Ski Resort
Located near Alberta's Jasper National Park, this resort has the highest base elevation in Alberta at 5,570 feet, and on average, Marmot Basin receives almost 15 feet of light, dry, fluffy snow each year, its snow is fresh, and you can rent snowboards here, boots and poles are available at Caribou's main chalet, and through the Snowsports School you can receive lessons for first-time skiers and snowboarders, performance clinics, freeride clinics, private lessons and a variety of children's programs.
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The Beaver Boardwalk, a scenic park, is ideal for enjoying a walk through the forest along the Beaver Boardwalk, accompanied by nature and wildlife, which allows you to see beavers building their dams to protect their dens, there are also several hiking trails of varying lengths and challenges through wetlands, you will find benches periodically placed around, so if someone needs a break or perhaps just wants to take in the scenery, it is a great place to have a picnic.Alberta for shopping lovers
West Edmonton Mall, a huge mall with great entertainment, one of the largest in the world to entertain and shop, has endless shops for every taste, cinemas, casino, radio stations, a huge wave pool, a seal show, lions and sea lions, a seal show, sea lions, ice skating rink, amusement park, mechanical games, heated water park, games of skill, mini-golf, artificial river with pirate ship, enjoy delicious meals in their restaurants and taste delicious ice cream.
Did you know that Alberta has no provincial sales tax and has one of the lowest property taxes in Canada?
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This Dinosaur Park belongs to the World Heritage list, here an immense wealth of dinosaur fossils have been discovered, it houses trails that lead to some stations where excavation sites are found, with the support of a park guide you can perform this rewarding task of digging personally searching for dinosaur fossils, near the entrance to this park there is a viewpoint to enjoy incredible views of the Alberta badlands.2. Go snowshoeing with Kananaskis
A fantastic way to enjoy a winter's day, you can go on fun snowshoe hikes with beginners or experienced hikers, accompanied by a trained guide from Kananaskis Outfitters. You will be able to traverse the eagle highway, waterfalls, accompanied by spectacular views, introducing the history of the Kananaskis, aspen trees, tea bushes, discovering the flora and fauna, in an enchanting adventure.3. Visit the Lake Louise Sport and Recreation Centre
This Recreation Centre was established in 1985 and is run by the Lake Louise Sport and Recreation Centre Society, constituted by a group of people representing the Village of Lake Louise, a place where locals and tourists gather to enjoy events, meetings, to participate in health and wellness activities, basketball courts, tennis courts, gymnasium, children's areas, picnic areas, all available for fun with family or group of friends.4. Enjoy the Crypt Lake Trail
The Crypt Lake Trail is fantastic, starting at the lake shore and climbing up through the forest, past rocky slopes and through a 50 m to 60 m long tunnel to the beautiful Crypt Lake as you take in the beautiful scenery, diverse landscapes, different species of local flora, waterfalls, forests. The tour has challenges that combine boat and hiking sections, all along the way the adventure is present, it is a rewarding experience.5. Come and see Ghost Reservoir Provincial Recreation Area
It is an artificially created reservoir in western Alberta, lovely place, its location brings constant winds allowing for water activities, windsurfing, boating, ice fishing, there are several trails to be explored, you can also picnic, ideal for relaxing and sharing with family and friends, there is something for everyone, there is ample parking.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals and Apartments in Alberta
On average, what was the cost for vacation rentals in Alberta in 2020, during coronavirus pandemic?
The COVID-19 pandemic heavily impacted travel in 2020. Alberta had an annual average of around CA$353.43 per night.
What time of year offers, on average, the best vacation rental prices in Alberta?
According to our 2020 data, the months that are the cheapest in Alberta are November, December and April, with average prices of CA$274.47, CA$281.58, and CA$315.85, respectively.
During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Alberta?
In 2020, the month that offered the highest average prices in Alberta was June, with an average price of CA$427.68 per night. This was followed by August, with an average of CA$415.76, and September, with CA$409.53.
Is Alberta a good location for a last-minute getaway?
If you decide to put Alberta on your bucket list, we recommend organizing your travels long before you go because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average of 64% of rentals booked in the year 2020.
When are more vacation rentals available?
In 2020, the months with the largest number of accommodations available of the year in Alberta were May, April and January, with average availabilities of 52.6%, 49.25%, and 44%, respectively.
Which months is it more difficult to find available vacation rentals?
The months with the lowest properties available in Alberta are, in order, August, October, and July with respective average availability figures of 23.2%, 29%, and 30.5%, based on data collected in 2020.
How many rentals are there in Alberta?
In Alberta we collaborate with 7 different providers to give you a choice of 1700 properties, so you will not be short of options!