Cool Itineraries

Want some ideas on where to begin your great Canadian wilderness adventure? Take a look at some suggested itineraries to get the most out of a fabulous extended stay.

And remember: Ontario’s cottage country region is just 2 hours from Toronto and 3 hours from Niagara Falls! Make it an epic Canadian vacation by experiencing all of these amazing areas in one fantastic trip.

1. Algonquin Park Gate to Gate 

Canada’s oldest provincial park – and one of the most incredible spots in our country – is marking its 125th anniversary in 2018.  There’s plenty to see and do – and celebrate!

2. Muskoka’s Magical History Tour

The heart of “Ontario’s cottage country,” Muskoka has been welcoming vacationers for over 100 years, since the steamships opened up the resort industry on the lakes. History fans will be fascinated by much to see and do, and days gone by.

3. Amazing Places of the Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve

Designated by UNESCO as a unique ecological region, the 230km stretch of the Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve has some truly Amazing Places to visit.

4. The Group of Seven Artists Now

Canada’s most famous painters were inspired by the time they spent in this wilderness paradise north of Toronto. Discover more about them and how they are honoured still.

5. Craft Breweries & Cranberries 

Over half a dozen award-winning craft breweries, and an exceptional winery whose many products are made from plants indigenous to the region. Some distilleries too!

6. Cruise the Lakes  

Take a cruise for splendid views of sparkling blue lakes and rivers (including beautiful Georgian Bay). Particularly impressive in the fall, with amazing colours reflected in the brilliant waters.

Canada’s Best Golf 

Not only will you find some of the best golf in Canada (including championship courses), but play through lush forests and granite outcrops will give you views and challenges unlike anywhere else in the world.

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