Ontario self drive holiday in Canada

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17 Days
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Description of Ontario self drive holiday in Canada

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Departure information

This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements

Travel guides

It takes six hours to drive from one end of Vancouver Island to the other. An island that is as big as Austria. And it is just an hour and a half away...
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Any activities undertaken are strictly controlled within the park or region that they take place. ie. hikes and mountain bikes stick to trails so that they donít disturb the naturally environment that they go through. In Ontario, Killarney National Park and Algonquin National Park are two such places.

Any motorised boat trips stay away from environmentally sensitive areas, and we encourage families to enjoy kayaking and stand-up paddle where possible, which are less harmful to the environment, but allow them to enjoy the fabulous landscape without noise. This is certainly the case in Killarney harbour and in Algonquin NP, where kayaking and SUP's are the preferred mode of transport.

With our self-drive trips, we always suggest routings and attraction and accommodation ideas that are off the beaten track. This means clients avoid main roads and heavy traffic Ė and it encourages visitation to less well-known places, away from the crowds, where the tourism dollar is more needed and appreciated.

Wherever possible, we also actively support attractions, accommodation and service providers accommodations that have their own environmental policies in place and encourage our clients to ensure their own environmental footprint is minimised wherever possible. In Ontario, taking a tour with members of the Anishnaabe people is a unique and memorable experience - and will allow you to support local cultures.


We have taken time to work with our Canadian partners to ensure our clients are encouraged to use accommodation and support products that are authentic and support local businesses and communities. Our partners are Canadian based and comply with all relevant laws that protect the rights of their employees.

Prior to departure, we let our clients know about local customs, specially relating to indigenous communities and their traditions.

Wherever possible, we use locally owned accommodation that supports the communities in the area and provides employment to the local population. We also try to ensure that local produce is used and we suggest restaurants that are unique and used locally sourced ingredients. We always suggest visiting the wineries in Niagara and trying Ice Wine, amongst other products. Toronto's distillery district has a number of eating places, with locally sourced ingredinets and Herberts Fisheries and Kawartha Dairy are not to be missed.

In order to promote the overall health of their workforce, one of our first nation accommodation providers has also established the Employee Wellness Programme, which aims to address the holistic health needs of not only their staff, but also of the communities that surround their lodge. In essence, the programme is devoted to reducing the incidence of accident and illness in the workplace, promoting healthy lifestyles, maximizing potential and promoting optimum quality of life.

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