Toronto City Holidays
Looking for holiday located in central Canada, then our choose any of our Ontario holidays and you'll soon find out why it is home to approximately forty per cent of Canada’s population.
Bordered by the Great Lakes in the south, Manitoba to the west and Quebec to the east, it is literally riddled with thousands of lakes and rivers. Ontario is the size of France and Spain combined, and it's easy for travellers and to get lost in its natural beauty: Bucolic rural towns and villages give way to verdant farmland, rich with wildlife, while Toronto’s diverse culture and sprawling metropolis is a destination unto itself.
You will find four popular wine regions in Ontario, the most popular being Niagara and Prince Edward County, both renowned for their wines as well as their locavore food and wine culture. Beaches line the shores of Lake Ontario, but none is quite as spectacular as those you’ll find in Sandbanks Provincial Park: massive sand dunes and white sand beaches stretch for miles, and you’ll find plenty of camping as well as luxury accommodation at your fingertips.
The city of Ottawa is Canada’s capital, home to Parliament Hill as well as a strong bilingual community, and with some of the coldest, snowiest winters in Canada, it’s a hotbed of activity for winter travellers. Northern Ontario is rich with aboriginal First Nations people, and though the northern part of the province is sparsely populated, there are plentiful outdoor adventures to be had in the summertime. Canoeing and paddle sports are very popular in the north, and enthusiasts come from all over the world to explore the hundreds of miles of rivers that run in all directions, especially through the north-west of the province, Thunder Bay and beyond.