Ontario is the most popular destination for immigration in Canada. It is home to a more than 12 million people of various religions, ethnicity and culture. Ottawa, the capital of Canada, is located in Ontario. Ontario is also known for its natural diversity including vast forest land, beautiful provincial parks, and the world-famous Niagara Falls.
When in Canada and in Ontario, you cannot miss the world famous Niagra Falls. It is right considered as the world’s greatest natural wonders. Be overjoyed in the tapestry of beautiful laid out gardens and parks and orchards. In September, the annual Niagara Grape and Wine Festival adds zest to the place.
Shania Twain Centre
If you are a fan if Shaina Twain, you cannot miss this one! Shania Twain Centre includes Shania memorabilia, interactive displays, a theatre presentation and a gift shop. If gold fascinates you, take a Gold Mine Tour which includes underground tour, live displays and panning for gold.
Polar Bear Habitat
Have a lifetime thrilling experience and enjoy the company of polar bears. Hop in the Polar Bear Express in Cochrane for a train ride down the Arctic Watershed through forests, past lakes, muskeg and tundra scrub brush all the way to James Bay. You can even swim right next to the polar bears.
St Lawrence Seaway
Sail through the famous 1000 Islands, spread like jewels upon shimmering waters so beautiful that Aboriginals named it the “Garden of the Great Spirit.” St Lawrence Seaway is rich in history as you experience the military colour and drills of the 19th century. You can plan a weekend getaway in St Lawrence Seaway and visit charming cities and towns that give you an old world charm.
National Air Force Museum
Include this wonderful National Air Force Museum in your itinerary and carry treasure trove of aviation artifacts, memorabilia and heritage aircraft.
City of Ottawa
You cannot complete your visit to Cnanda without a trip to its capital city of Ottawa in Ontario. Visit the Parliament Hill to witness the colourful Changing of the Guard ceremony and the endless carpet of brilliant blooms during the world’s largest tulip festival. Drop at the wonderful Canadian Museum of Civilization where you can learn about Canada’s rich past.
Due to its vast size, temperatures vary from region to region. There are three main climates in Ontario. .Parts of Southwestern Ontario have a moderate humid continental climate. Central and Eastern Ontario have a more severe humid continental climate. The northernmost parts of Ontario — primarily north of 50 N have a subarctic climate (Köppen Dfc) with long, severely cold winters and short, cool to warm summers.
Ontario boasts a number of extensive and efficient transportation systems. To get around the province one can use the air route, land route or the water route. Car rental companies or airport taxi and shuttle services are also available.