Let me show you how you can go to USA without a VISA?
Is it really possible to go to the USA without a VISA? Seems like, yes, it is. Do you know how I know? I know because I visited Waterton National Park, Alberta, Canada. Waterton National Park is at the border of Montana, USA, and Alberta, Canada. This is where the team of www.TravelFolio.net visited yesterday on Canada Day.
So we started early in the morning and took a long drive from Calgary to Waterton National Park for little over 233 KM. Our route consisted of High River, Nanton, Pincher Creek and then to Waterton National Park.
Some activities in & around Waterton Lakes National Park:
Since we were late we could not take the cruise that goes to the USA and, you don’t need the USA tourist visa. This is a 2-hour boat tour offered by a cruise tour company. This is the only tour on this globe which takes you to the USA without any documentation. Since the tour runs 4 departures a day on Canada Day (10 AM, 1 PM, 4 PM and 7 PM), we were late for the 1st 2 departures and the 7 PM was too late for us because we wanted to reach back Calgary by 11. So what we did? We used Pat’s cycle shop and rented a moped (for AV Sr) and Surrey Bike for 3 of us.
So the top things you can do (in addition to what we did) at Waterton Lakes National Park are listed below.
A few important activities:
- Red Rock Canyon
- Cameron Lake
- Waterton Cruise
- Crypt Lake Trail
- Upper Waterton Lake
- Cameron Falls
- Bertha Falls
- Blakiston Falls
- International Peace Park Hike
Learn from my mistake and stay overnight if you really want to enjoy the Waterton Lakes, National Park. We didn’t stay overnight and feel like we should have because we would have covered all the things to do in Waterton Lakes National Park. If you wish, you can add Glacier National Park in your road list because then you can cover best of both sides of the border. Until next time…….
End of visit USA without VISA.