Day 2 Toronto to Niagara Falls (130 km/ 81 mi)
Today, take a leisurely journey along the shores of Lake Ontario to Niagara Falls, the honeymoon capital of the world. To many Niagara is more than the spectacle of Niagara Falls, it’s the aroma of ripening grapes for wine and the taste of succulent fresh fruit, its theme parks or to history buffs, it the 20 historical museums, two reconstructed forts, along with the historic charm of Niagara on the Lake. Or for sportsmen, there are over 40 golf courses, or go fishing on Lakes Ontario and Erie.
Day 3 Niagara Falls
Spend the day exploring Niagara Falls and the various activities and attractions in the region. Your Niagara Falls Great Gorge Adventure Pass gives you access to Journey Behind the Falls, the White Water Walk and the Maid of the Mist.
Day 4 Niagara Falls to Kitchener / Waterloo (130 km/81 mi)
Leaving Niagara Falls today, you journey west into the Grand River country, skirting the Niagara escarpment. Your destination is Kitchener/Waterloo, located mid-way between Lake Ontario and Lake Huron, this area is rich in tradition, the farm belt of southern Ontario.
Day 5 Kitchener / Waterloo
The village of St. Jacobs is known for its farmers market and for shopping, both local crafts and local hand-made furniture. Spend the day strolling through over 100 one-of-a-kind shops, many houses in carefully resorted 19th century buildings.
Day 6 Kitchener / Waterloo to Collingwood (230 km/142 mi)
Leaving Kitchener this morning, you head north towards Georgian Bay. Your destination is Blue Mountain Resort, outside Collingwood on the shores of this magnificent body of water. Take your time, as the journey is not far, and there are villages and towns to explore along the way.
Day 7 Collingwood
Spend the day on the shore, walking the miles and miles of white sandy beaches, or perhaps play a round of golf at one of the many local courses. Overnight in Blue Mountain
Day 8 Collingwood to Huntsville (200 km/124 mi)
Today, travel east into the magnificent Muskoka Country, sparkling clean lakes shimmering under brilliant blue skies, the whisper of warm breezes in majestic white pines, the haunting cry of loons - the essence of the north. This area has long been a favourite for the people of southern Ontario for vacations and weekend getaways to the cottage by the lake.
Day 9 Huntsville
Warm weather activities and amenities are yours to enjoy today, spend some time by one of the lakes in the area, rent a canoe or perhaps golf is more to your taste, there are dozens of courses in the area.
Day 10 Huntsville to Ottawa (298 km/185 mi)
Time to travel again, heading east into Algonquin Provincial Park. Take youtime and enjoy the scenery and visit the interpretation centre, and watch out for wildlife. Your destination today is Ottawa, Canada’s capital. With unique history, geography and lifestyle, 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 located in the Capital area. There will be many special events in Ottawa this year as it celebrates its 150th Anniversary as Canada’s capital city.
Day 11 Ottawa
There are many different sites for you to visit in the Capital Region, perhaps you want to take a cruise on the Rideau Canal– celebrating its 175th Anniversary, or a journey on the Hull – Wakefield Steam Train. Another must see would be the training centre for the Musical Ride of the Royal Canadian Mountain Police and the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Gatineau across the river from Ottawa. An evening’s fun and entertainment can de had at the Casino de Lac Leamy in Gatineau.
Day 12 Ottawa to Kingston (283 km/175 mi)
Leaving Ottawa today, you head south towards the 1000 Islands. Along the way stop in at Upper Canada Village (included) along the shores of the St. Lawrence River, to view this living history museum of early life in Canada. Your destination today is Kingston, the first capital of the united Upper and Lower Canada’s before the National Seat of Government was moved to Ottawa in the 1840s. It’s renowned as the fresh-water sailing capital of North America and prides itself in being a major port for scenic entertainment cruises of the breathtaking Thousand Islands.
Day 13 Kingston
Today buildings.take a cruise with Gananoque Boat Lines through the 1000 Islands. Stroll the streets of Kingston and its turn of the century limestone
Day 14 Kingston to Toronto (261 km/162 mi)
Back in Toronto today, enjoy Toronto’s waterfront – one of North America’s largest recreational waterfronts, a scenic backdrop for many popular and entertaining attractions including Harbourfront, Ontario Place, Skydome, the CN Tower, and the Toronto Islands. Downtown Toronto offers museums and art galleries galore including, The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), one of the top 10 museums in the world; the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO),Canada’s oldest art gallery and the Ontario Science Centre.
Day 15 Depart Toronto
Upon check-out of your hotel, your package ends.