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Winter Special Tourist Track


Muskoka is only two hours drive from Toronto, it is Norman Bethune’s hometown. Muskoka is famous for its snow sightseeing in and various winter activities, so it keeps for itself the prestigious title of “Ontario Vacationland”. There are many fabulous Holiday Villas within the tourist zone for tourists to stay overnights.


A. Ice Skating Trail at Arrowhead Provincial Park: The 1.3 km Ice Skating Trail winds through the thick Muskoka forest and is a winter experience like no other. Being surrounded on all sides by snow-covered evergreen trees is an absolutely stunning sight, and one that you won’t soon forget. Bring your family and watch your kids whip around the track with the perfect backdrop, or surprise your loved one with a romantic ‘hand-holding’ skate through the forest.


B. Ride the Best Snowmobile Trails in Ontario: Once the snow flies in Muskoka, the trails comes alive. Recreational and avid snowmobilers alike flock to Muskoka to rev their engines on some of the best snowmobile trails in Ontario. Cottage country lies in the middle of Ontario’s extensive snowmobile network, and more than 1600 kms of OFSC trails crisscross the region, making Muskoka one of the most traversed snowmobile trail networks in Ontario. There are 11 professional snowmobile clubs, many resorts even offer snowmobile packages as well as tours and introductory lessons, making it possible for you to literally sled to their front door.


C. Recreational Snowshoeing in Ontario: The Muskoka back country is ideal for exploring on snowshoes. With acres upon acres of unspoiled forests, you will be able to unleash your sense of adventure as you trek through the packed snow of one of Muskoka’s many snowshoe trails. Muskoka’s trails are often considered to offer some of the best snowshoeing in Ontario. Winter brings a great foundation of snow on the trails, making conditions perfect throughout the winter months. You are going to be amazed when you find yourself traversing through trails that can reach up to 2 ft of fresh powder!


D. Ontario Dog Sledding Adventures: Muskoka Resort has over 50 Alaskan Malamutes, a number of dogsledding companies that offer tours, and a number of the resorts in the area offer packages that include overnight accommodations, so now you can experience travel like the good old days.


E. Get Downhill at Ontario Ski Resorts: Unlike other ski resorts, winter in Muskoka is magical. It offers great downhill skiing for skiiers of all levels with 11 runs, a terrain park, kids camps, childcare, as well as ski & snowboard instruction and rentals. With a fun and entertaining ski resort, and a great line-up of après ski activities, it is no wonder Muskoka is home to one of Ontario’s favourite ski resorts.


Ice Hotel is located at only 10 minutes from downtown Québec City, the Hôtel de Glace is a must-see attraction to discover every winter. With its huge snow vaults, its crystalline ice sculptures, its 44 rooms and suites, the Hôtel de Glace will impress you by its dazzling decor and unique renewed design.
Whether you come to visit during the day or the evening, the Hôtel de Glace is changed to offer a completely different adventure. By day you can enjoy the sun reflection and its magical effects on the sculptures while in the evening, special lighting and the Ice Bar atmosphere will dazzle you. Each year the Hôtel de Glace gets a makeover to bring you novelties and magic.
Hôtel de Glace’staff is used to working with film crews. They are renowned for being professional and competent. The sales team will be pleased to help you in each step of your event planning. Also, they offer all the technical support you need.


Blue Mountain Ski Resort is located at northwest of Collinwood Region, 150km from city of Toronto. It is also the biggest ski resort in Ontario. It is one of the largest resorts in Ontario and has been extensively built out, featuring 42 runs, 13 chairlifts and 5 freestyle terrains. In winter, the windchill drives temperatures well below freezing. The lake effect accumulates day after day bringing with it the perfect skiing and riding conditions.

Spring Spa is also a good place where tourists can relax themselves. One of the most famous spring spas is THE SCANDINAVE SPA BLUE MOUTAIN. This multiple award-winning Ontario Spa offers the renowned Scandinavian Baths experience. The spa is nestled in a natural forest, minutes from downtown Collingwood, Blue Mountain Resort and the fresh water of Georgian Bay. Guests enjoy the escape from their every day world and enter into the serenity of the natural outdoor environment. The renowned Scandinavian Baths include a Finnish Sauna, Eucalyptus Steam Room, Thermal & Nordic Waterfalls, Hot Baths, Cold Plunges & relaxation areas.


Canadian road trips


The tiny town of Churchill, set on the vast waters of Hudson Bay, is the end of the line — and thus, literally an ultimate destination. This road trip involves very little road — load your car aboard a VIA Rail train in Winnipeg, then settle in, relax, and watch the world go by on a lovely two-day, 1,700-kilometre journey to the subarctic.

Once you arrive, depending on the season, you can offload your car, drive under the Northern Lights, and find your way to spots that afford great glimpses of some of Canada’s most exotic wildlife. Scope polar bears (Churchill is the world’s polar bear capital) and beluga whales — thousands of which gather in the mouth of the Churchill River in the summer to molt (you can even snorkel with them).


Tracing the southern shores of Nova Scotia, this route runs from Halifax to Yarmouth, passing more than 20 lighthouses along the way — forming the greatest collection of this iconic symbol of Canada’s East Coast.
As you follow Provincial Highway 103, make sure to stop in Peggy’s Cove, an almost-mystical spot built into giant rocks, its famous red-and-white lighthouse standing proudly in the face of the cold, blue North Atlantic Ocean. Take time to visit Lunenburg, where history stands around every corner and towering tall ships sit in the harbour.
Finally, enjoy Yarmouth, a town that’s home to the Cape Forchu Lighthouse, constructed back in 1839 and now surrounded by 19 acres of rugged parkland.


Home to both tiny boutique wineries as well as famous vineyards, Ontario’s Niagara Region has made a name worldwide amongst oenophiles.
Centred around the charming village of Niagara-on-the-Lake, pretty much any two-lane leading out from town will take you into a world of grapes and orchards. Visit a place like Jackson-Triggs, which is both a household name and a megabrand (it was sold to a new owner a few years back for more than $1 billion), where you can take in a concert at their amphitheatre, or just enjoy a tour or a tasting.
Next, head to the Riverbend Inn, which includes 17 acres of vines and gardens, as well as a Georgian mansion that houses elegant guest rooms and a restaurant that affords one of the best views in the region.


No doubt, this must be the most exciting tourism project in our list. No matter you had or had not the similar experience before, we will provide a thorough tuition of how to use the hunting rifle. After have passed all the tests and obtained your temporary hunting license, you will be starting tuck away in the corner of a vast untamed Canadian wilderness and tracing to find your own preys.

There are many hunting opportunities at the hunting lodge. Not only the duck, rabbit hunting, they also offer moose, and black bear hunting – which is the core the most attractive part of this project. For the security reason, a fully licensed and experienced hunter from the lodge will accompany you during your whole stay in the hunting field.

Embrace yourself in this wonderful tour!