Ontario Circle Tour Self Drive
Whether you are young or old a trip to Canada leaves everyone wanting more. This 16 night tour allows you to visit the 'must sees' in Canada including the infamous thunderous rapids of Niagara Falls and the angelic Algonquin Provincial Park as well as become one of the locals in the Aboriginal-heritage-rich island of Manitoulin. If sampling the culture and history of Canada is more up your street then a 2 night stop at Ottawa is the perfect way to round off your fantastic trip.
Price based on the 15th June 2017 departure. Other dates available – call for prices.
Make your way independently to your overnight hotel. Remainder of the day at leisure. Overnight Toronto - Courtyard Marriott
Begin your grand tour of Ontario by rocketing up the CN Tower for a bird’s-eye view of Toronto’s beautiful skyline. Shop away the day at the massive Toronto Eaton Centre, along trendy Queen Street West or in diverse ethnic neighbourhoods. Catch a boat cruise at the waterfront and tour around the Toronto Islands. Then choose from professional sports or the performing arts scene for your evening entertainment. Overnight Toronto - Courtyard Marriott
Check out of your hotel and collect your hire car - now you’re off to Niagara Falls. See the thundering falls from various thrilling vantage points, including Journey Behind the Falls, Maid of the Mist and Niagara Helicopters. Browse Niagara-on-the-Lake’s unique shops. For great eats, go wining and dining in wineries – Niagara has more than 50. Overnight Niagara Falls
A full day at leisure to make sure you have done everything that you want to do in this great resort area. Overnight Niagara Falls
Take a rural drive to the rugged Bruce Peninsula, where you’ll enjoy some of the best hiking Ontario offers. By end of day, board the Chi-Cheemaun ferry to the Aboriginal-heritage-rich island of Manitoulin. Overnight Manitoulin Island
A full day at leisure to explore. Sample the local cuisine and browse local craft stores. Overnight in Manitoulin Island
Watch the sun rise over Georgian Bay before you check out of your hotel and make your way to Killarney Provincial Park. Overnight Killarney
Killarney is the ideal destination for outdoor enthusiasts, notably canoeists and hikers. You’ll be awed by brilliant white quartzite cliffs of the LaCloche Mountains and the beautiful wind-swept jack pines. Pack a lunch and picnic on the shores of its clear freshwater lakes and rivers. Overnight Killarney
Today you will head south to the picturesque Muskoka region and explore quaint towns such as Bracebridge, Bala and Gravenhurst. You will stay for 3 nights in Huntsville at the Deerhurst Resort situated on a 800 acre setting on Peninsula Lake. Overnight at the Deerhurst Resort
Today, relax and enjoy some of the many activities within the resort or travel out and explore the world-renowned Algonquin Provincial Park. There are canoe routes and hiking trails for all fitness levels. Overnight at the Deerhurst Resort
Another full day to go out and explore this wonderful park, or stay at the resort and just kick back and relax. Overnight at the DeerHurst Resort
Drive to Ottawa, Canada’s capital city. Take in a free tour of Parliament Hill, the seat of Canadian democracy. Then hop across the Ottawa River for an in-depth look at culture and heritage at the Canadian Museum of Civilization. Come dinnertime, the ByWard Market has eclectic dining choices. Overnight Ottawa
Enjoy a morning cruise on the Rideau Canal, recently nominated Unesco World Heritage Site (not included). Join a city tour (at extra cost) or explore the city at your own pace, highlights include the Rideau lockstation, the Rideau Canal Museum, Bytown Museum, Byward Market. Later tonight, check out the sound and light show taking place during the summer nights at the Parliament! Overnight Ottawa
Leaving Ottawa today, you head south towards the 1000 Islands. Along the way stop in at Upper Canada Village along the shores of the St. Lawrence River, to view this living history museum of early life in Canada. Your destination today is Kingston, the first capital of the united Upper and Lower Canada’s before the National Seat of Government was moved to Ottawa in the 1840s. It’s renowned as the fresh-water sailing capital of North America and prides itself in being a major port for scenic entertainment cruises of the breathtaking Thousand Islands. Overnight Kingston
Today take a cruise with Gananoque Boat Lines through the 1000 Islands (not included). Stroll the streets of Kingston and its turn of the century limestone buildings. Overnight Kingston
Today you will make your way back Toronto International Airport where you will return your hire car and check in for your return flight back to the UK.