Family Fun in Ontario
This Ontario holiday combines the attractions and highlights of Canada’s largest city with a mountain resort offering a host of family orientated activities in a tranquil and pedestrianised setting and end with a visit to one of the natural wonders of the world, thundering Niagara Falls.
Family Fun in Ontario
Day 1 : UK - Toronto
Fly to Toronto and on arrival collect your rental car and make your way to your downtown hotel for a 3 night stay.
Day 2-3 : Toronto Sightseeing
Vibrant, exciting, multi-cultural and full of contrasts; Toronto is a melting pot, exciting and full of fun. With more restaurants and cafés per head than anywhere else in Canada, an exciting theatre and night scene and superb shopping, there’s plenty to keep you going after you’ve explored the sights. There’s iconic architecture, fascinating attractions, a thriving performing arts and nightlight scene, museums, galleries and diverse neighbourhoods to check out too. No trip to Toronto would be complete without visiting the CN Tower for incredible views over the city, or the amazing marine life in the Aquarium of Canada next door.
Day 4-10 : Blue Mountains
Leave Toronto today and take the two hour drive across southern Ontario to the beautiful Blue Mountain region and Georgian Bay for a seven night stay at the Westin Trillium House.
Nestled amid the lush terrain of the Blue Mountain in a vibrant pedestrians-only village, The Westin Trillium House, Blue Mountain is an oasis of rest and rejuvenation amid spectacular natural allure. A destination any time of the year, The Westin Trillium House, Blue Mountain offers many comforts to complement the beauty that surrounds you. During the winter, the ever-expanding Blue Mountain Ski Resort beckons with 42 skiing and snowboarding trails for all levels of skill and experience--a skier’s dream.
The beauty and bounty of Ontario are on full display in spring and summer when, exhilarating nearby attractions range from hiking the Apple Pie Trail to mountain biking, treetop walks and zip line rides. Each weekend, Blue Mountain Village has special events and festivals organized for families to enjoy and take part in. Summertime is also the ideal time to discover Northwinds Beach and the majestic Niagara Escarpment—one of Canada’s 12 World UNESCO Bio Reserves—along with such world-class activities as mountain biking, mountaintop Segway tours, high and low ropes courses and zip-lining.
Day 11 : Niagara Falls
No visit to Ontario would be complete without a visit to fantastic Niagara Falls. Leave this morning for the three hour drive to Niagara Falls where you will stay the night in a room with a view of the thundering falls.
Today you’ll experience one of the natural wonders of the world, Niagara Falls. Seeing the thundering falls up-close is an incomparable feeling and a boat trip to the foot of the falls will leave you in awe. There are so many ways to see the Falls, from zip wiring to helicopter tours.
Day 12-13 : Niagara on the Lake - Toronto departure to UK
It’s time to head for home today, but you’ve plenty of time to pause a while in Niagara Falls or perhaps stroll the streets of the small-town charm that is Niagara-on-the-Lake; with its Olde-Worlde atmosphere and beautiful houses, you’re sure to fall in love with its charm. On the way to the airport perhaps discover one of the wonderful wineries. Drop your car at the airport and take your homeward flight.