Published on April 25th, 2017 | by Rael Tooch
Ontario, Discover It For Yourself.
Ontario is the fourth largest province in Canada and is home to some of the most popular travel destinations – Toronto, Ottawa and Niagara Falls. But there are other terrific destinations that are just as exciting and beautiful. Get out there and discover it for yourself.
Muskoka, otherwise known as ‘Canada’s Cottage Country’, is a natural wonder that has been hailed as the #1 Best Summer Trip in the World by National Geographic – and deservingly so! The setting is magnificent, adventure is in abundance and it’s the perfect place to spend quality time with family and friends during the summer.
It’s beautiful, it’s mesmerizing, it’s thunderous and it captures the hearts and cameras of thousands of visitors each year. Niagara Falls is Ontario’s largest waterfall and the best way to experience it is either by taking a Journey Behind the Falls or by jumping on board the Maid of Mist – be sure to wear a poncho as you’re guaranteed to get wet.
Algonquin Provincial Park.
If you’re up for an adventure, then this is the perfect place – you can hike, cycle, canoe or kayak, camp, take a tour, spot moose, in fact, you can literally do anything. Algonquin is a popular destination for numerous reasons, but mostly for its natural beauty.
Point Pelee National Park.
While Point Pelee National Park may be a tiny sanctuary, it is certainly big on opportunities for nature lovers. Discover plants and animals, migrating birds in the spring, beautiful nature trails that go deep into the forest or walk the marsh boardwalk – and be in awe of the natural splendour. There is something to see and do for everyone.
If you’re planning on discovering Ontario, we have some great hotel rates just for you – have a look.
Parks Canada is celebrating 150 years and offering free admission to all national parks and historic sites, so take advantage of this and discover the beauty of Ontario.
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