For many folks who visit Ontario, one of the first ventures beyond Toronto is a trip to the District Municipality of Muskoka. A 2500 square-mile region usually referred to as simply “Muskoka,” it has small communities, like the township of Muskoka Lakes, whose population of some 7000 swells to 34,000 during the summer, as the region gets over two million tourists a year. Muskoka is among the Canadians’ (and foreign tourists’) all-time favorite vacation destinations. Continue reading
Niagara’s Winter Festival of Lights has run every year since 1950 and the two waterfalls at Niagara have been lit in rainbow colours during the winter season most years since 1925, after the creation of the ‘Niagara Falls Illumination Board’. Nowadays, the lights run from November to February with fireworks before, and during, the Christmas and New Year weekends adding to the spectacle. Continue reading
The Great Lakes is a beautiful legacy of the glaciers that melted thousands of years ago. Leaving behind spectacular huge inland seas, they continuously fascinate thousands of writers, geographers and travelers over the centuries. The region continues to amaze people and draw more into its beauty. Continue reading
The Great Lakes is one of the world wonders of North America. Great Lake is a world renowned lake home for a wide variety of species of fishes. Discover the many attractions which you can see when you visit Great Lakes.
The Great Lakes is one of the world wonders of North America. Great Lake is a world renowned lake home for a wide variety of species of fishes. Discover the many attractions which you can see when you visit Great Lakes. Continue reading
Woodstock Ontario is a picturesque city situated along the Thames river in Soutwestern Ontario. While certainly not the most famous Woodstock in North America, the city still has it’s own charm. It has a population just over 35 000 people and is about 128 km from Toronto. Continue reading
Cambridge Ontario is a city located on the Grand and Speed rivers in Southern Ontario. It is made up of three towns; Galt, Preston and Hespler. As of 2006 Cambridge had a population of just over 120 000. Continue reading
If you’re planning on going on a Niagara Falls tour on either side of the river then you really should check out the view from the deck of one of the Maid of the Mist 80 foot, 600 passenger, 350 horsepower tour boats that depart every fifteen minutes and take passengers clad in raincoats to the very foot of the massive falls. Continue reading