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We’re proud to share our province with visitors. You’ll see our passions reflected in our arts scene, our local flavours and the ways we connect with nature. You’ll find opportunities to connect with locals and discover the character of our communities. Combine your perfect mix of experiences into an unforgettable trip to Ontario.

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Recharge and explore  

A trip to Ontario, Canada offers diverse and safe options, from our lively cities to our pristine natural areas.  No matter which of our distinctive four seasons you choose for your visit, you are guaranteed a memorable experience in Ontario.  

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Discover diverse Ontario packages offered by our tour operator partners. Find your own dream trip.

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Glorious Ontario Self-Drive

Visit Toronto and nearby Niagara Falls before exploring the endless beaches and pretty villages along the shore of Lake Huron. Watch for wildlife and get close to nature in Ontario's magnificent Killarney Provincial Park before experiencing First Nations culture on Manitoulin Island.

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Great Lakes Treasures

Filled with dramatic northern scenery and fascinating Indigenous culture, this adventurous journey reveals the unique character and diverse sites and attractions of Ontario.

Highlights include an unforgettable stay at an Indigenous-operated wilderness retreat on the remote Manitoulin Island. A geographic wonder boasting over 100 lakes, this unique island offers a broad range of water-based activities, from boating and fishing to scuba diving, as well as spectacular scenery and culture.

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Self-Drive Great Lakes Treasures

Explore the Canadian Great Lakes, Superior & Huron, on this circular self-drive itinerary through the beautiful province of Ontario. After a few days enjoying Toronto, head into the rolling pine-clad hills and sparkling lakes of Muskoka. You'll then travel onto the dramatic landscapes of Killarney with time to stroll the shores of Georgian Bay. A Highlight will be a visit to to unique Manitoulin Island on Lake Huron - the worlds largest freshwater island - so large that it has over 100 inland lakes itself! Here you can enjoy a range of fun outdoor activities such as kayaking, hiking and biking. You'll loop back towards Toronto via the charming town of Niagara-on-the-Lake and enjoy a Hornblower cruise to Niagara Falls (JV).

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Canadian Canoe Route

Journey deep into the heart of Ontario and unleash your sense of adventure on this action-packed tour. From canoeing, hiking, rafting and much more to the vibrant cities of Toronto and Ottawa, this tour is the perfect balance of city and nature. Highlights include guided rafting down the mighty Ottawa River, accommodation on the shores of Rice Lake at Elmhirst Resort and travel on Canada’s famous VIA Rail.

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Footsteps of the Pioneers | Winter Log Cabin Adventure

This 3-day trip offers a sample of winter adventures including dogsledding, backcountry skiing and snowshoeing. While Algonquin Park is Canada’s most popular canoe trip destination, few people have experienced the stunning beauty of the Park in winter. These popular custom log cabin winter breaks are great either for a couple or even better if you can take a group of friends, and no experience is necessary.

Frozen lakes, waist deep snow, wildlife tracks, the howl of a wolf, and the crisp clear air are just a few of the delights of a winter experience. Beyond the sheer beauty, the excitement of mushing your own team of huskies or cross country skiing through the wilderness of the Almaquin trail is sure to keep you on your toes! 

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Ontario's Fall Folliage

Rent an RV  during the Fall in Ontario and find out first hand why Ontario is "Yours to Discover". The sheer brilliance of the foliage, the sunny days and cool evenings, colours that will take your breath away – these are just some of the reasons to take a vacation in a motorhome this Autumn. Eastern Canada is awash with colour from mid September through mid October - when planning your motorhome holiday for anytime during this period, you're sure to find Ontario's fall foliage at its best somewhere on your journey.

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Explore Ottawa

A blend of French and English, Ottawa, Canada’s capital city, is a lively, cosmopolitan place that celebrates Canada’s achievements and culture with historical sites, national museums, a non-stop roster of festivals, plus shopping and delightful dining. This is like no capital city you have ever seen. With the Rideau Canal weaving through its centre and a beautiful natural setting spotted by green spaces, supports year-round recreation and adventure. This short break provides an ideal opportunity to explore the sights and sounds of this vibrant, cosmopolitan, and ever-popular city.

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Ontario's Lakes, Bays & Beavers

Enjoy quaint towns, breathtaking lake views, outdoor fun and wonderful wildlife on this leisurely journey through Southern Ontario.

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Essential Toronto & Niagara

Discover Ontario’s capital, Toronto, and tick Niagara Falls off your bucket list on this six-day adventure, as you explore a dynamic city and one of the great natural wonders of the world.

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Quetico's Nor'Wester Spirit

Experience the Nor'Wester Spirit on your ultimate escape to Quetico Park's pristine wilderness. This 8 night package combines a day/night experience on exclusive Voyageur Island before and after your Quetico flatwater canoe trip! Explore pristine lakes and rivers, view wildlife, enjoy "portage" trails and discover the Nor'Wester Spirit as you paddle the Voyageur routes as a wilderness eco-traveller of today. 

You'll enjoy natures' peaceful rhythm at Voyageur Island and Quetico as they are only accessible by water. And with Quetico's complete mechanical vehicles ban, this guarantees a truly tranquil Canadian wilderness experience. This self-guided trip can be customised based on your comfort level, experience and skill.

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Absolutely Toronto

A multicultural mosaic, Toronto dazzles in all seasons. Explore Toronto’s world-class museums, cloud-touching architecture, and performing arts par excellence. Everything you need from a cosmopolitan city escape is right here in Canada’s biggest city. Extend your stay and spend a day at Niagara Falls – it’s not far from Toronto.

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Ontario Outdoor Adventures

Experience nature in all its finest glory on this trip which can be as energetic or relaxed as you like. The trip combines the cosmopolitan city of Toronto, with live sports, fine cuisine and vibrant waterfront with the pristine wilderness and magnificent landscapes of the Blue Mountains, Killarney and Algonquin Provincial Parks. The route includes the magnificent Niagara Falls, the winelands, and a unique opportunity to interact with First Nations people on Manitoulin Island.

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Discover the joy of Ontario 

Ontario’s vastness means you’ll be spoiled with endless options to keep you entertained. Whether you want an urban adventure or an epic wilderness retreat, we’ve got you covered. 

The great outdoors  

From Niagara Falls to our protected parklands   to our lakeside resorts, there are diverse recreation options for every level of fitness and experience – from hiking to paddling to wildlife viewing – and more.  


Our Ontario tourism partners have been adapting their businesses to meet your changing needs and ensure you have a safe and wonderful trip.  

Four seasons 

Every season has its own magic in Ontario.  The scenery transforms as the seasons change – and the list of recreation and festival options transforms as well.     

Iconic cities and unique towns close to nature  

Toronto is Canada's most bustling city and Ottawa is the nation's capital, but what makes our iconic cities even more inviting is the fact that so many of Ontario's scenic areas and hidden gems are easily accessible from both.

Local food and drink 

Taste test your way through Ontario with our wineries, breweries, cideries, farm-to-table food and authentic international cuisine.  

Culture and heritage

Immerse yourself in Ontario’s distinctive heritage and culture, shaped by our landscape, our Indigenous people and our multi-cultural population. 

Last updated: March 14, 2024

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