- Price & Dates
From Apr till Oct 2024
- 9 nights accommodation
- A welcome kit with maps, A welcome kit with maps, brochures and a detailed day-by-day itinerary
- Return International air ticket
- Travel insurance
- Others not mentioned
- Car rental
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Arrive in Toronto, pick up your car and proceed to your hotel, which is ideally located in the city centre. You may want to start exploring Ontario's vibrant provincial capital.
You have the whole day to enjoy Toronto, city of the world, filled with intriguing attractions, diverse festivals and plenty of arts and culture. Enjoy the view from atop the iconic CN Tower, take a ferry out to the Toronto Islands, visit the historic Distillery District, shop till you drop at the famous Toronto Eaton Centre and sample multicultural cuisine throughout the vibrant neighbourhoods
TORONTO - NIAGARA FALLS
Today's an hour and a half drive will bring you to the magnificent Niagara Falls. There are many ways to discover it. Feel the spray on a boat ride, take the Journey Behind the Falls or fly over it in a helicopter. For behind-the-scenes experience, check out Journey Behind the Falls or Niagara's Fury, a 4-D tour of the creation of the Niagara Falls. Make sure to have lunch at either Skylon Tower with their revolving restaurant or at Table Rock, which is a large complex with visitor centre, shops and restaurants with a view of the falls. High on the must do list is spending time at historic and scenic town of Niagara on the Lake - browse the boutiques, sample Niagara's luscious award-winning Icewine. The region has more than 70 distinctive wineries to discover.
NIAGARA FALLS - KINGSTON
Your drive takes you three hours east along the shoreline of Lake Ontario to Kingston - Ontario's oldest city and once the capital of early Canada. Kingston is now a UNESCO World Heritage Destination for its remarkable and well preserved 19th century defense fortifications. Make sure to arrive early to enjoy an afternoon or evening cruise through the 1000 Islands which departs from several communities along the St. Lawrence River.
KINGSTON - OTTAWA
Today you may visit Ottawa's cultural treasures and attractions - The Canadian Museum of History, Canadian Museum of Nature and the National Gallery of Canada. Just east of Parliament Hill, you will find the eclectic ByWard market district, a farmer's market and shopping district by day, with chic dining, outdoor cafes and lively clubs and pubs by night. Best way to explore is by renting a bike or booking a Voyageur Canoe Experience for a uniquely Canadian experience exploring the historic Rideau Canal, a part of Ottawa's natural and cultural heritage. Newest attraction in the city is Kontinuum - an underground journey through time. If you're foodie, take a tour with C'est Bon Cooking and experience the city as the locals do.
OTTAWA - ALGONQUIN PROVINCIAL PARK
Today's three hour drive takes you west out of Ottawa to the breath taking natural scenery of Algonquin Provincial Park, an oasis for nature lovers with 2,400 sparkling lakes and countless trails. Expert guides can teach you the basics of canoeing, an iconic Ontario experience. Wildlife sightings of moose, deer and beaver are plentiful.
ALGONQUIN PROVINCIAL PARK
The day is yours to explore Algonquin at your own pace. You may add a visit Muskoka, an area renowned for its lodges and resorts. The small town have a charm all their own. Cruise the beautiful Muskoka lakes and glimpse grand summer homes on the RMS Segwun, North American's oldest operating steamship.
ALGONQUIN PROVINCIAL PARK - TORONTO
Enjoy a final morning by going to Blue Mountain Resort, a beautiful four-season recreation destination before the three hour drive back and overnight in Toronto.
Return your car rental at the airport before your departure flight.
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