This Mother’s Day, why not create some lasting memories and show her how much you appreciate her with the gift of time together. Here are 10 ideas for unforgettable weekend getaways to celebrate Mother’s Day in Ontario.
Thinking of going on a cruise? Explore Ontario through its myriad of rivers, and waterways! From intimate, romantic and cozy cruises that span a week to short boat trips, you have plenty of options to suit every budget from Windsor to Moosonee and Ottawa to Kenora!
From climbing on a “sleeping giant” to walking the world’s longest freshwater beach and howling with the wolfs, here are 100 best adventures in Ontario’s Provincial Parks.
5 ideas for a spontaneous/last minute day trip or a weekend getaway for the second weekend of April in Ontario.
5 ideas for a spontaneous/last minute day trip or a weekend getaway for first weekend of April in Ontario: Weekend of April 5 to 7.
From duck races to walleye fishing, festivals celebrating spring migration and blossom, here are 40+ must ways to celebrate spring in Ontario.
Where to go to experience the smells and tastes of the sweet water of Ontario.
A list of maple syrup festivals, pancake houses/sugar shacks and maple trails to explore in Ontario.
You do not have to be a florist, anthophile or a gardener, to be excited by the sight and smell of flowers. The love of flowers cuts across age and gender; flowers are a sign of love, gratitude, and beauty and are favoured plants the world over. The following are six flower festivals that you must attend in Ontario.
Experience more than chocolate-covered strawberries and a chilled bottle of sparkling wine this season. Enjoy Ontario winter at the the many wonderful resorts of Ontario, each offering one of a kind experiences to be enjoyed with your special someone.
5 Ideas for a day trip or a weekend getaway for this second weekend of January in Ontario: Weekend of Jan 11 to 13. Niagara Falls Ice Wine Festival… Read more »
From outdoor skating trails to theatre festivals, here are 33 of the best things to do this January in Ontario.
From spectacular illuminations that transforms the Niagara Falls area to enjoying evening stroll through picture-perfect postcard setting with close to one million lights at Upper Canada Village, Ontario is all aglow with magical lights. Although every village, town, city, and community has at least one or two house or buildings worth stopping to check out, the following light shows are definitely worth travelling to see.
Visiting Niagara Falls in Winter – Winter Attractions & Festivals As mercury drops and old man winter arrives in his icicle chariot, Niagara Falls transforms itself into… Read more »
The 36th season of the Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights that kicks off on November 3rd 2018 is a must visit winter festival in Canada… Read more »
From spectacular fall colours, harvest activities and festivals, and halloween events, that are plenty of ways to celebrate this transitional season in Ontario. Here are fifty fun… Read more »
This Halloween, you never know what might be around the next corner at these farms haunted by children of the corn!
Get lost at world-famous corn mazes or at the nearest to you for a memorable experience with the family. Most of these farms also have a whole bunch of other great activities so you can enjoy the entire day picking pumpkins, milking goats, cuddling bunnies and so much more!
A list of 40 things to do in Niagara Falls Canada with Kids including free fun family activities, water parks, bike rides and more!
A Concise Guide to Planning a Trip to Niagara Falls,Canada – A trip guide for a first time visitor.
Contents: 1. What is Niagara Falls?
2. Where is Niagara Falls located?
3. How to get to Niagara Falls, Canada?
4. When is the best time to visit Niagara Falls?
5. Where to stay in Niagara Falls?
Point Pelee National Park is the southernmost part of mainland Canada extending for 15 kilometers into Lake Erie. Derived from the French word pelée which means ‘bald’, the park is a sandspit formation or simply a spit which is a landmass that was formed due to transportation of sediment by longshore drifts and currents along a beach.
Approximately 20 minutes north from the famous falls is the town of Niagara-on-the-lake. Located on the shores of Lake Ontario, this quaint town with its well preserved late 19th century buildings is famous for its wineries and a must visit for all those who are visiting Niagara Falls.
Many flock to the village to enjoy a quiet getaway from the hustle and bustle of the glitzy city of Toronto, to tour the wineries and to be enchanted by the riveting performances during the Shaw Theatre festival.