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FROM $270-$570 PP CAD

Three hours north of Toronto, Algonquin Provincial Park is Ontario's most popular reserve, with beautiful lakes, rivers, and unspoiled wilderness teeming with wildlife. Guided Toronto will take you for a few hiking trails, ranging in difficulty depending on your ability. The park has many types of terrain from flat trails along boardwalks to more difficult routes that climb over ridges to outstanding lookouts with views of the endless forested range below. Be ready for sightings like beaver or moose (best seen in spring) and other resident animals that call this place home. One of the best time to visit is late September and October for the stunning fall colours that radiate throughout the landscape. After a lovely lakeside lunch you can opt for trying your hand at a paddling a canoe, biking on one of the forested trails or visiting the Algonquin Art Center - which showcase the inspiration for many great artist including the Group of Seven.


  • Private Vehicle and Guide

  • Access to the park

  • Two guided 2-5k hikes

  • Locally inspired lunch with lake front views

  • Choice of Canoeing, Biking or visit the Algonquin Art Centre.

  • Full-day tour (6h30am-6h30pm)



FROM $270-$570 PP CAD

Canada has many impressive natural landscapes, but one of the most mesmerizing would have to be Bruce Peninsula National Park and its turquoise shoreline. The Bruce Trail straddles a huge forested ridge that runs throughout southern Ontario, connecting the Niagara River with Georgian Bay. Due to its location along the Niagara Escarpment, the trail is marked with impressive rock formations throughout. Only three hours from Toronto, the area acts as a perfect city getaway for avid hikers and nature lovers. On this tour we will leave Toronto Early morning and head straight for the park and enjoy a 5 km trail and hike towards the Grotto, which is a limestone cave overlooking Georgian Bay’s clear blue water. The next stop is lunch in Tobermory, the town at the tip of the peninsula that will radiate small town Ontario charm. End the day with an adventure of your choice. You will fall in love with this it’s a true Canadian paradise.


  • Private Vehicle and Guide

  • Locally inspired lunch

  • Access to the Grotto at Bruce National Park

  • Visit of Tobermory

  • Choice of Cruise in the Fathom Five Marin Park, Canoeing (weather dependent) or visit the Bruce Peninsula Information Centre.

  • Full-day tour (6h30 am-6h30pm)



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