Canada is massive and with so many places to see it's no wonder a lot of them go unnoticed.\nThat's why we decided to compile some of our favorite isolated places in Canada where you'll be able to explore nature, take in the scenery, see some wild animals, and maybe even stay in a few unusual hotels.\nNow take moment to enjoy some of the wonders this country has to offer.\n1. Haida Gwaii\nNo wonder this place was chosen as one of National Geographic's 20 Best Trips of 2015.\nClick here for more information.\n2. Sleep With Wolves In Saguenay\nHave you ever been crazy enough to sleep amongst the wolves? I never thought I'd ever write that sentence down, but apparently here's your chance.\nClick here for more information.\n3. Treehouse Camping In Miramichi\nIf sleeping with wolves isn't your thing, try sleeping with the birds instead in your own treehouse.\nClick here for more information.\n4. Pelee Island\nThis is the most Southern point in Canada and it is definitely one of the country's hidden gems. Enjoy bike rides, explore the national park or check out the wine tours instead.\nClick here for more information.\n5. Lighthouse Hotel In PEI\nIf you're looking for isolation, there's no better place than a lighthouse hotel. As Homer Simpson put it, the loneliest and most isolated man in the world is the lighthouse keeper: "Here I come, buddy! No more loneliness for Homer and Earl!"\nClick here for more information.\n6. Îles De La Madeleine\nWhite sand beaches, kitesurfing and a scenery like no other. This place has to be on your bucket list.\nClick here for more information.\n7. Dawson City\nVisiting this town is like taking a trip back in time to the Klondike Goldsrush. It features a mix of First Nations Heritage and Gold Rush History blended with an active Gold Mining and Tourism Industry.\nClick here for more information.\n8. Manitoulin Island\nA place filled with incredible natural beauty, it is Northern Ontario’s best kept secret and the largest freshwater island in the world.\nClick here for more information.\n9. Gros Morne National Park\nA world heritage site located on the west coast of Newfoundland. It's the second largest national park in Atlantic Canada.\nClick here for more information.\n10. The Alberta Badlands\nThe striped hills, the rock formations, you'll think you're on another planet. The badlands are also a hotbed of Dinosaur fossils.\nClick here for more information.\n11. Dinosaur National Park\nIf the only thing that stood out for you in the last point was the word 'Dinosaur', then look no further. Canada is home to the world's richest deposit of dinosaur bones.\nClick here for more information.\n12. Treehouse Spheres At Qualicum Beach\nSandy beaches, unbelievable views and world-class biking and hiking trails. Try staying in one of the Treehouse Spheres for truly unique experience.\nClick here for more information.\n13. Shediac\nA vacation paradise tucked away along New Brunswick's seashore. It's the lobster capital of the world.\nClick here for more information.\n14. Hornby Island\nIf you're truly looking for isolation, then look no further than Hornby Island. In fact, it'll take you two ferry rides just to get there. Maybe you'll get lucky and see some sea-lions on the shore.\nClick here for more information.\n15. Antigonish County\nNatural beauty, majestic coastlines and spectacular views.\nClick here for more information.