The Fly & Explore Package: Visit The Great Canadian Wilderness This Summer!

Book your stay in the great Canadian wilderness just north of Toronto and fly with Porter Airlines to get The Fly & Explore Package –  $100 CDN in spending vouchers to use at participating attractions, restaurants and shops!

How It Works

Visitors who book a flight into the Muskoka Airport (YQA) via Billy Bishop Toronto Island Airport (YTZ) with Porter Airlines and who also book a minimum 2-nights at participating accommodations before August 28, 2019 for a stay in this region between June 27 and September 3, 2019 can then register to receive $100 in cash vouchers to redeem at participating attractions, restaurants and shops! Over 200 tourism businesses to choose from to stay and to spend from Algonquin in the east to Georgian Bay in the west.

There’s NO CATCH!  It’s just our way of welcoming you and Porter Airlines to this neck of the Ontario woods this summer!

How to Register for The Fly & Explore Package

  •  Book your minimum 2-nights stay at one of the participating accommodations and make note of the confirmation number
  •  Book your flight(s) from Toronto to Muskoka (one way or return) with Porter Airlines and make note of the confirmation number
  • Register on the Great Canadian Wilderness website to receive the Fly & Explore Package: once your registration is confirmed, your package ($100 CDN in spending vouchers) will be waiting for you upon check in!

For a list of participating accommodations, CLICK HERE.

For info on where you can spend your $100 across the region, CLICK HERE.

To register to receive the Fly & Explore Package from Explorers’ Edge, CLICK HERE.

For details on the Explorers’ Edge Shuttle Service, CLICK HERE

Need help planning your stay in the region or would you like further info on how the Fly & Explore Package works?  Email or contact call us directly at 1-833-239-0341.


Explorers’ Edge is Ontario’s regional tourism organization for Algonquin Park, the Almaguin Highlands, Loring-Restoule, Muskoka, Parry Sound and South Algonquin. Visit our website at


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