Straddling the border of British Columbia and Alberta lies one of Canada's most stunning natural wonders and one of the most popular tourist destinations and attractions in all of Canada, Jasper National Park.

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This UNESCO world heritage site received 2.35 million visitors in 2016 and 2017 alone.

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Although that is a very high number, this comes as no surprise, as Jasper park is truly a sight to behold. With its vast tropical-like turquoise lakes and soaring snow-capped peaks; A visit to Jasper is more like something out of a fairytale book. 

It's no wonder that the newlywed royal couple is rumored to be whisking themselves away to Jasper for a luxurious royal honeymoon.

They will be staying at the iconic Fairmont Jasper Lodge Park, located in the heart of the national park on pristine shores of Lac Beauvert.

Not only that, they will be staying at one of the resorts key signature cabins called "The Royal Retreat" and following closely in the footsteps of the royals before - both King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in 1939, as well as Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip in 2005 - were welcomed into this cabin post-nuptials. 

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This "cabin" - pictured above- is not really a cabin though. At 6,000 sqft, 6 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, and private catering entree, it's more like a nature-escape wonder palace. 

Curious to see more? Check out a virtual tour of the exact cabin HERE.

Considering the jaw-dropping beauty of the location and the world-class amenities that the Fairmont offers, this report is a highly sought after location for newlyweds all over the world looking for something different from a stereotypical and tired post-wedding Hawaiian get-away.

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For more information on the Jasper Lodge Park click HERE.

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