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Ontario


Home to Canada’s capital, Ottawa and Niagara Falls, one of the natural wonders of the world, Ontario is incredibly diverse but so easily explored. 

As Canada’s largest metropolis, Toronto offers world-class accommodation, restaurants, attractions and shopping as well as great views from the CN Tower but that’s just the beginning. Within an easy drive are Niagara Falls and its wine region, outdoor experiences galore in and around Algonquin Provincial Park, Mennonite heritage in St. Jacobs or a cruise of the famous 1000 Islands region. 

Why Visit Ontario?

Ottawa, Canada's capital and historic centre

Niagara Falls - one of the world's natural wonders

Algonquin Provincial Park - wilderness and wildlife less than three hours north of Toronto

Cosmopolitan Toronto: a metroplois to rival New York

Niagara - award winning wine region, spas and golf courses

The 1000 Islands - woods and waters on Lake Ontario

Stunning autumn colours to rival New England

Manitoulin Island - Authentic First Nation culture

Muskoka - Ontario's outdoor playground.

Ideas & Inspiration in Ontario

  • Rail & Cruise in Eastern Canada

    INDEPENDENT RAIL & CRUISE TOUR

    We have combined the excitement and romance of rail travel and city tours with a captivating cruise from Kingston to Québec City. 

    This itinerary explores the St. Lawrence River from the wide decks of a comfortable, full-service cruising vessel along the continent’s most significant waterway from its source to the doorstep of the Atlantic Ocean. 

  • Eastern Delight

    ESCORTED TOUR

    On this eastern adventure you’ll discover Canada’s unbeatable mix of Old World charm, vibrant urban life and stunning natural beauty. 

    A superb tour that incorporates all the key cities in eastern Canada, including Toronto, Ottawa, Québec, Montréal and Boston.

  • Discover Ottawa

    CITY BREAK

    This three-day city break in Ottawa offers some excellent sightseeing opportunities.

    Explore the Parliament Buildings, embassies, universities and museums. See the Canadian Mint, the National Gallery of Canada, the residence of the Prime Minister and the National Arts Centre. Then drive through scenic gardens, parklands and along the Rideau Canal.