- Algonquin Provincial Park
Admire the view from the top of the CN Tower.
Get up close to Niagara Falls on a Hornblower cruise.
Take in the magnificent Thousand Islands archipelago.
Explore the highlights of Canada's capital city, Ottawa.
Paddle a canoe and spot wildlife in Algonquin Provincial Park.
What our specialists say...
This trip is ideal for the first-time traveller to Ontario. You’ll balance your time between the province's diverse cities, take in Ontario's beautiful scenery in Algonquin Provincial Park and the Thousand Islands region, and experience the mighty thunder of Niagara Falls.
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- Algonquin Provincial Park
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Includes international flights from a choice of UK airports, including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Day 1 Toronto
International outbound flight , Toronto
Today you begin your journey by boarding your international outbound flight to Toronto. On arrival in Toronto, make your own way to your hotel, which is ideally located in the heart of the city. You'll have the rest of the day to start exploring Ontario's vibrant provincial capital.
Day 2 Toronto
Travel to the top of the iconic CN Tower this morning, which proudly stands almost 500 metres above Toronto's skyscrapers and the vast Lake Ontario. Don't forget your camera! Continue exploring Toronto this afternoon under your own steam, we can recommend a visit to the historic Distillery District or browsing the bohemian shops and cafes of Kensington Market.
Day 3 Toronto
You'll be collected from your hotel this morning and join a small group tour to see the magnificent Niagara Falls. These vast waterfalls are around an hour and a half from Toronto, and your guide will explain the history of the area during the drive. Arriving in Niagara, you'll board the famous Hornblower cruise, which takes passengers for a close-up view of the thundering water, right to the foot of the falls. Plastic ponchos are provided. After some time at leisure you'll then be taken to the pretty historic town of Niagara on the Lake, where you'll have the opportunity to visit one of its excellent wineries, before returning to Toronto at the end of the day.
Day 4 Kingston
Toronto , Kingston
Make your own way to the downtown depot to collect your hire car, which will be ready and waiting for you. All insurances, a road map and a sat-nav are included in your car hire package. Your first drive takes you three hours east along the shoreline of Lake Ontario to Kingston — most notable for its proud colonial history. After checking into your hotel, you have time at leisure to explore this charming collegiate town.
Day 5 Kingston
Kingston is a gateway to Ontario's glorious Thousand Islands region, a vast archipelago of islets that pepper the mighty St Lawrence River. This morning you'll join a cruise to take in the remarkable island panorama and learn more about the unique history and habitat of the Thousand Islands. You'll have the rest of the day to continue exploring Kingston at leisure.
Day 6 Ottawa
Kingston , Ottawa
Continue your drive east for two hours to Canada's delightful capital, Ottawa. You'll have the rest of the day at leisure and there is plenty to see and do; we can highly recommend the excellent Museum of History, which charts Canada's 20,000 years of human history, or taking a stroll along the picturesque Rideau Canal.
Day 7 Ottawa
Day 8 Algonquin Provincial Park
Today's three hour drive takes you west out of Ottawa to the breathtaking natural scenery of Algonquin Provincial Park. Algonquin was the first of Ontario's protected parks and is home to an abundance of wildlife, including moose, wolves, beavers and black bears. For the next two nights you will be staying in a log cabin in the heart of the park.
Day 9 Algonquin Provincial Park
The day is yours to explore Algonquin under your own steam. Hike one of the park's rewarding walking trails, or hire a canoe and paddle along Algonquin's remote inlets and secluded beaches that are only accessible from the water. If you're staying on a Thursday night in August, join an communal 'wolf howl', which is arranged by the park's authorities to illicit spine-tingling responses from wolves in the area.
Day 10 International return flight
Algonquin Provincial Park , International return flight
Day 11 International return flight
International return flight
Arrive home today to complete your journey.
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