The province of Ontario has a little taste of everything. Bordering the Great Lakes, it’s home to Canada’s capital of Ottawa, its largest city of Toronto and so much more. From the nearly 2,000-foot-tall CN Tower, you can get a glimpse on this incredible province from its dazzling metropolises to its rare wildlife such as the rare oak savannah reserve of High Park to its rugged expanses of untouched nature. Best of all, it’s located close to the US and has many international airports making even its most remote places at fingertips reach.
Take a Dive at Horseshoe Falls. Niagara Falls is actually a collection of three large waterfalls along the Niagara River which runs along the border between the Canada and US. The largest of these is Horseshoe Falls which is over two thousand feet wide and drops over 150 feet down. They are simply amazing. There’s no better way to see them than by taking a boat tour to get as close as you can to these incredible rapids. Depending on the season, the sometimes even have fireworks at night.
Enjoy Some Refreshments in Ontario. Canada's largest city of Ontario is simply packed with things to do. You can enjoy the CN Tower, its array of museums, shops and restaurants and really get a sense of Canadian hospitality. One of the most fun places to enjoy is the famed Distillery District. These hip parts of town once were home to a massive 19th-century whiskey distillery. Now it's become a home for trendy bars, dance and music performances, and seasonal markets. It’s truly one of the best places to discover an authentic taste of Canada.
Get a Taste of the Great Outdoors. The most difficult challenge you’ll have in Ontario is deciding where to start. Outside of the major cities, there’s so much nature for you to explore. One of the best places to begin is the Algonquin Provincial Park. This huge park comprises numerous rivers, lakes, and forests and is home to all kinds of flora and fauna including moose and bears. Here you can enjoy the best in boating from fishing along the lakes to kayaking down the Oxtongue River. You can even enjoy camping and snow sports. If you are looking for a different kind of vacation that’s still close enough to home then there is no better place to be than the amazing province of Ontario, Canada.