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Ontario’ Natural Rhythm ~ Lakes & Forest

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Ottawa | Kingston | Algonqiun Provincial Park | Muskoka | Gravenhurst

  • Product ID ON05YOW01
  • Vacation Style Seasonal, Self-Drive, Summer
    • Activity Level Medium
      4/8
    • Duration 5 days
    All about Ontario’ Natural Rhythm ~ Lakes & Forest.

    — About Your Trip —

    This tour will enable you to explore Ontario from an other angle; full of humanity at Canada Capital, Ottawa; Kingston, which bring you walking with historical memory; follow route 60 into Algonquin Park, their spectacular scenery and stunning natural landscapes have been immortalized in the work of Canada’s famous “Group of Seven” painters. Still, you won’t want to miss seeing them by yourself. Then don’t forget to visit the Muskoka region, Ontario’s favorite lakeside resort, before backing to metropolitan. Whatever at springtime walking in the woods to looking for animal tracks or summer boating, fishing on the lake, or following a magnificent view of maple color during the most popular autumn. This journey satisfies you to experience the beauty and nature of Ontario.
     

    — Place of Interest —

    • Ottawa River | Rideau Hall | Rideau Canal
    • ByWard Market | Gatineau Park | Philippe Lake | Logging Museum
    • Algonquin Provincial Park | Gravenhurst | Muskoka

     

    1. Day 1 Arrive Ottawa

      Upon arriving at the Ottawa International Airport, claim your luggage and pick up your rental car; Let’s staring a trip from Ottawa. As Canada’s capital, Ottawa is the perfect place to let you experience many attractions, celebrations and flavours in one place! Ottawa is a “Festival” city, from music to animation to parade: during Spring the Tulip Festival, there are over millions of tulips bloom; don’t miss the concert and parade on July 1st to celebrate Canada Day; the famous International Animation Festival at September; and important tourist draws of Winterlude in February. In Ottawa, you have many chances to enjoy foods; dining is another highlight at Ottawa; over 1300 farms located within the city limits, fresh and Local products with flavorful creations let Ottawa chefs inspire your test bud and surprise you.

        Accommodation suggestion
      Sheraton Ottawa Hotel (4 ) or more selective

    2. Day 2 Ottawa

      Another way to discover Canada’s Capital by cruising on the Ottawa river; this tour will offer an inspiring, educational, and panoramic cruise of the historic Ottawa River; then see Ottawa from a different perspective! Short sightseeing on Sussex drive; you will see the prime minister’s famous residences, the Rideau Hall, other diplomatic houses and much more. Selfie at the iconic Parliament Hill, visits many museums, biking through the Rideau Canal—a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Also, you can taste craft beer, fresh local foods, and unique ByWard Mark makes you linger.

    3. Day 3 Ottawa- Algonquin Park

      This morning, cross the bridge into Gatineau Park at Province of Quebec, the beautiful surrounded by sprawling forests, lakes, and waterfalls, stop at Philippe Lake during the summer or visit during “fall rhapsody” when the sugar maples and birch trees transform from green to red and gold in a stunning display of colour. Then continue to the east and follow route 60 to Algonquin Park. Algonquin Provincial Park is a favourite amongst Canadians and visitors from abroad for enjoying nature; its forests, rivers and numerous lakes, including the large Lake of Two Rivers, are home to moose, bears and common loons; stop at Logging Museum, Visitor Center, Gallery.

        Accommodation suggestion
      Hidden Valley Resort (3 ) or more selective

    4. Day 4 Algonquin Park

      Algonquin Provincial Park, known as a stunning outdoor playground, every year nature and activate-lovers worldwide flock here. It’s no wonder why with over 2400 lakes, oodles of streams and rivers, and thousands of kilometres of rugged wilderness, this paradise is obviously on many adventure’s bucket list. To explore Algonquin, besides driving on the paved nice road then stopping at a simple “viewpoint” as a rush tourist, you might choose from the canoe, horseback or hiking to realize this more than 7650 square kilometres of parkland. Doing as you like Canadian that Canoeing to spot moose and other wildlife or hook a big trout fish on the lake. For Hiker, you can find many trails to hiking a day or for just stroll, taking scenic photos or listen to bird songs. Choice a activate you like or pick a new thing you never did before, spending a day in here.

    5. Day 5 Muskoka - Gravenhurst - Toronto

      Today, leaving picturesque Algonquin then driving south into Gravenhurst, the gateway of Muskoka, this historical town more than 150 years when the first settle man arrives. First, Taking a step into the past by cruising on one of the historic ships that ply Muskoka’s big three lakes, especially during fall, when the maples and birch trees transform from green to red and gold, the cruise tour becomes a more popular scenic tour. The RMS Segwun, at 130 years old, is the oldest operating steamship in North America; if you like art and antiques, walking at downtown Gravenhurst, there are arts, antiques, collectibles and many art studios in the area. Shops specialize in everything from antiques and collectibles, including furniture and decor to fashion.
      Later arrive at Toronto International Airport, drop off the rental car, and your Ontario Natural Rhythm trip concluded.

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