Some popular destinations in Ontario include...
Ontario is filled with so many wonderful cities and towns to visit, it is
impossible for us to list them all. Places like Algonquin
Park, Haliburton, Port
Severn, Kenora, Collingwood,
Huntsville and Wasaga
Beach, just to name a few. Ontario is a vast and beautiful province -- waiting
to be explored!
Toronto is a large, clean, friendly city with every amenity anyone could hope
for, all in a beautiful, safe environment. Torontos waterfront provides
a scenic backdrop for many popular and entertaining attractions including Harbourfront,
Ontario Place, SkyDome, the CN Tower, and the Toronto Islands. Toronto
offers something for everyone - from world-famous attractions to world-renowned
theatre and world-class shopping.
The Niagara Region is recognized as one
of the finest wine-grape growing regions of the world. Visit the picturesque
wine-producing areas of Niagara where you can stop, tour, and taste award-winning
wines. Niagara Falls is a natural wonder
of the world and is visited by over 20 million people from around the world,
every year. Niagara-on-the-Lake features
the Shaw Festival, numerous historical attractions, award winning wineries and
quality hotels and restaurants.
Ottawa has been described as one of the most
beautiful capitals in the world. It offers a wide variety of urban attractions:
many of Canada's best museums and cultural facilities, as well as the Parliament
Buildings and other historical structures and major institutions, are located
in the Capital area.
There is plenty to do, and see in Southwestern
Ontario. Quaint towns and lively cities such as
Jacobs, Stratford, Simcoe, Port Dover, Sarnia,
Grand Bend, Tobermory
and so much more!
Come play in Ontario's beloved "cottage country" filled with sparkling
lakes, dense forests and ample exciting recreational opportunities. Visit Central
Ontario where you will find incredible scenery, beautiful beaches and unique
places such as: Muskoka, Huntsville,
Gravenhurst, Cobourg, Port
Severn, Peterborough, Brighton,
Beach and Algonquin Park.
The vast land and untouched wilderness of Northern Ontario is waiting to be
discovered. Known for its unique culture and unspoiled landscapes, Northern
Ontario makes for a wonderful tourist destination. Enjoy the landscape of sheer
granite cliffs, boreal forests, waterways and thundering waterfalls. Travel
destinations include Blind River, Dwight,
North Bay, Parry
Sound, Port Loring,
Sault Ste. Marie,
Sudbury and Thunder