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Ontario Holidays

Nestled between the Great Lakes of Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie and Ontario and the vast inland sea of the Hudson Bay to the north, the province of Ontario is not only the second largest in Canada but also the location of both its most populous city and capital. However, as you travel away from the main centres of habitation you quickly discover a largely untouched, remote and little-visited region comprising of vast forests, pristine lakes and rugged landscapes that harbour an exceptional diversity of animal and bird life. Most visitors to Ontario spend time in forward-thinking, cosmopolitan Toronto, combining this captivating city with a stay in the Canadian capital Ottawa which, with its grand colonial-era buildings and historic centre, is a lovely place to spend a couple of days. However, an important part of Ontario’s identity lies away from its cities. Search for wild moose in the maple forests of Algonquin Provincial Park, discover the First Nation history of Manitoulin Island and relax beside the crystal-clear waters of Tobermory. No journey to Ontario is complete without a visit to the thunderous world-famous falls at Niagara that straddle the border with neighbouring United States.

Holiday Ideas for Ontario

Great Cities of Eastern Canada by Rail

11 days from
£2290 per person


Self-Drive: Ontario Explorer

14 days from
£2330 per person


Self-Drive: Upstate New York and Niagara

13 days from
£3400 per person


The Best of Canada in Style

14 days from
£5900 per person


Toronto and Niagara Falls Twin Centre

7 days from
£1500 per person


Vancouver and Toronto Twin Centre Holiday

8 days from
£1940 per person


When to visit Ontario

Best Times
Good Times

Ontario has four distinct seasons and can be visited throughout the year although the region is at is very best from May to October when the weather is mostly settled, wildlife viewing is at its most prolific and all national parks, and other visitor attractions, are open for business. Although the weather in spring can be a little unpredictable, particularly in March, throughout April and May temperatures increase and wildlife begins to emerge from the winter thaw. Summer is high season and is a period with the most reliable weather – warm, sometimes hot, with clear skies and little chance of rain, however, it can still be a little cool at night so it is a good idea to ensure you have a sweater or light jacket to hand. Autumn is famous for one thing – the spectacular fall colours. The weather at this time of year is pleasant, days can be warm but it is not uncommon for temperatures to drop to 1-2℃ during the night, especially towards the end of the season.

What is a Tailor-Made Holiday?

We create a holiday tailored to your specific requirements, including:

  • When you go
  • Duration
  • Time spent in each place
  • How much you want to spend

We offer our experience and knowledge to help create your perfect, tailor-made itinerary

What to do in Ontario

Home to a little under half of Canada’s population, close to a fifth of the world’s fresh water, location of the nation’s capital and of its largest city, Ontario is a province of extraordinary diversity and beauty. Explore sophisticated cities, enchanting country towns and stunning landscapes from fresh water lakes and untouched forest to rugged mountains and thunderous falls. Spend time in vibrant Toronto, a city renowned for its art galleries and museums, diverse neighbourhoods and enticing culinary scene or head to the nation’s capital, Ottawa, with its trails, green spaces, waterways and parks. Rightly considered one of Canada’s most beautiful cities, the stately architecture of Parliament Hill exudes history and culture. Include a visit to the Niagara region – known the world over for the famous falls that share its name but also home to the finest vineyards in the province or travel north from Toronto to stunning Algonquin Provincial Park. The gateway to Ontario’s wilderness, this is a region of sparkling lakes, hiking trails and fabulous wildlife viewing opportunities.

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