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A family at Niagara Gorge
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Ontario has many sides to it — from the energetic urban life of Toronto and Ottawa, to the wilds of the Great Lakes and Northern Ontario. Here, you’ll discover an abundance of restaurants reflective of the region’s diverse cultures, captivating galleries and museums, and countless hiking trails that offer a respite from everyday life.

Ontario comes from the Iroquois word, kanadario, which translates into sparkling water — fitting for a province with over 250,000 glistening lakes. Indigenous Peoples have called the land home for generations beyond measure, and it is home to the largest Indigenous population in Canada, including 133 First Nations communities. 

Follow in the footsteps of the Anishinaabe First Nations on ancient hiking trials in Manitoulin Island, the world’s largest freshwater island. Attend a pow wow celebrating Indigenous cultures through dance, food and music, like the Akwesasne International Pow Wow on Cornwall Island. Be sure to make a visit to Petroglyphs Provincial Park, home to the largest concentration of Indigenous rock art in Canada. There’s no better way to experience the province than through the lens of those who inhabited it first.

Toronto skyline


Trendsetter. The heartbeat of Canadian urban life. The 6ix is everything you would expect from a world class city.


A view of the Fairmont Chateau Laurier from the Rideau Canal in Ottawa
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Parliament Hill, perched above the Ottawa River, is just one regal-and-refined side of the nation’s dynamic capital.


Don’t miss the iconic spots and hidden gems. No matter where you go in Ontario, there are amazing itineraries for you to explore.

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Anderson Vacations

9 day discover Ontario and Quebec  External Link Title

From CAD 2,013 per person (double occupancy)

9 days / 8 nights

Experience magnificent coastlines, landscapes, and villages. Visit landmarks in Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec City.

Unique rock formations on the coastline
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Bruce Trail North  External Link Title

From CAD 2,175 per person (double occupancy)

6 days / 5 nights

Ontario’s Bruce Trail is Canada’s oldest and longest marked footpath, and this is a “Greatest Hikes” tour along the northern sections, stretching from Tobermory at the tip of the Bruce Peninsula to the Village of Blue Mountain just outside Collingwood. These hikes will also be supplemented with cultural stops and regional attractions.

Fly & Drive Nigara Wine Region
Air Canada Vacations

Niagara Falls Winery  External Link Title

From CAD 899 per person (double occupancy)

4 days / 3 nights

Canadian wines are increasingly recognized around the world. One of the main wine regions is between Toronto and Niagara Falls. A few dozen vineyards are installed there.