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Britain's Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William (R) in the royal box on Centre Court at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London, July 8, 2015. Reuters/Suzanne Plunkett

Prince William and Princess Kate will be headed to Canada for an eight-day tour from September 24 to October 1, 2016. They are set to arrive in British Columbia for their first set on duties and, later on, visit remote rainforests, the bustling city of Vancouver, and the sub-arctic Yukon. The couple has always enjoyed the great outdoors and will also be treated to some recreation in the popular Great Bear Forest, as announced by the local government of British Columbia .

The rainforest has been described by reliable sources as one of the most pristine wilderness ecosystems in the world and the only place where one can see the Spirit Bear, a rare species of black bear with white fur, in its native environment. Other than that, the waters are abundant with marine life which, include whales, otters, sea lions and more.

Their last stop before ending their royal tour would be in the archipelago of Haida Gwaii, writes People. This has been featured in National Geographic’s 20 best trips in 2015 and is made of two main islands and 150 smaller ones.

If things go as expected and their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte could make it with them, the tour could end up like how it had been in New Zealand and Australia, wherein George stayed at the home base while his parents travelled out and about in the land Down Under. However, it might be a little different in Canada if Justin Trudeau would be accommodating enough to allow the royal children to spend some playtime with his own kids. After all, it was Prime Minister Trudeau himself who invited the couple and their two children to Canada last July.

British Columbia is home to the city of Prince George, which was named after King George V’s youngest son and was incorporated in 1915. This, however, does not appear to be part of their itinerary, reports Mirror.

It has also been announced by a Kensington Palace spokesman that “The Duke and the Duchess are delighted to be returning to Canada.” Canada was William and Kate’s first destination as a married couple, and they have very happy memories from their visit in 2011.

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