After landing at the Toronto International Airport, visitors can pick up their Ontario rental car, and begin exploring the most populous provinces of Canada. Whether you’re set on spending your vacation time in the Ontario wilderness province, or looking forward to some serious city action, Ontario has activities and amenities for individuals and couples seeking a unique adventure.
Take a Tour
Visitors can explore the history, culture, city, and nature of Ontario by taking tours and excursions during their stay in Canada. A must do is driving to Parry Star to hop on board the Island Queen Cruise. You’ll enjoy seeing the waterways, glacier islands, and narrow channels that are home to more than 30,000 islands. Comfortable seating and a nice dinner make for a great, full day getaway.
Food lovers will enjoy options such as the Taste Trail and the Niagara Wine Tours International. Drive your Toronto car rentals through self-guided routes on the bucolic back roads to discover some of the best restaurants, artisanal food producers, wine, and spirit purveyors Ontario has to offer. Niagara Wine Tours International, offers packages that include deluxe accommodations at boutique hotels, for those who want to tour a private vineyard, and sample some of the finest wines around.
Nature and the Great Outdoors
Ontario offers visitors the opportunity to drive through some of the most beautiful natural wonders Canada has to offer. Plan a trip to see the majestic waterfalls at Niagara Falls, which can be experienced from many perspectives; including the Skylon or Minolta towers, which offer a bird’s eye view of the waterfall. If you’re dying to get up close and personal, consider taking a journey on the hour-long Niagara Whirlpool Jet Boat ride, or the Maid of the Mist cruise to experience the basin of the falls.
Bicycle enthusiasts can ditch their Toronto rental car for a while and hop on the Bike Train. Visitors can rent bikes and get on and off of the train to cycle between Montreal and Toronto for a day full of exercise and sightseeing. If the long distance between Montreal and Toronto is a little too intense, opt to explore the city of Toronto itself by bike.