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Ontario | Canada

Home to Niagara Falls, a honeymoon heaven since 1804, Ontario plays host to millions of visitors who have chosen this incredible natural wonder as the setting for their destination wedding and honeymoon. For the more adventurous, with Niagara Helicopters, couples can say "I do" as they fly over the Falls, or even try the aerial balloon method, at Flight of Angels.

Niagara Falls is especially beautiful at night, illuminated by colored spotlights, and evening vows can be punctuated by a spectacular fireworks display over the famed Horseshoe Falls, offered from May through September. It's easy to see why a Niagara Falls wedding destination endures - delightfully simple, traditional and majestic.

Northern Ontario

An awesome and wondrous landscape, Northern Ontario stretches out over 800,000 sq km and represents 90% of the landmass in the province, but only 7% of the population. It’s a place where outdoor adventures are a way of life and nature’s spectacle is always part of the scenery.

Experience the astonishing beauty of Ontario’s water. Explore the 30,000 Islands in Georgian Bay. Board the Chief Commanda II in North Bay and cruise Lake Nipissing. Canoe or kayak through vast tracts of untouched wilderness in Killarney Provincial Park. Hike the scenic trails and navigate the tranquil waters of Temagami. Relish the solitude paddling Quetico Provincial Park, a canoeist’s paradise. Be awed by the wild and rugged beauty of Lake Superior, then venture to Kenora and the shores of Lake of the Woods, which has over 14,000 islands. Connect with Aboriginal life on Manitoulin Island. And in winter, hop on a snowmobile – there are 46,000 km of groomed snowmobile trails to cruise.

Seek out our wildlife. Take off in a fly-in floatplane and experience a fishing trip like no other. In Ontario you’re always close to a prime spot for fly-fishing, spin fishing or ice fishing. You may also discover iconic Canadian animals such as moose, bears, foxes, beavers and loons.

Attractions are in no short order in Northern Ontario. Get into science of the wild side at Sudbury’s internationally renowned Science North. Stroll down Shania Twain Lane in Timmins. Travel through the Arctic watershed on the Polar Bear Express to Moosonee. Ride the rails from Sault Ste. Marie through towering granite rock formations on the Agawa Canyon Tour Train. And relive the glory days of the fur trade at Fort William Historical Park in Thunder Bay.

 

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Eastern Ontario

Spanning a magnificent combination of lakes, rivers, early settlement routes, and historic cities and villages, Eastern Ontario offers up classic Canadian heritage in a stunning scenic setting.

Follow the lakeside road to the heritage-rich towns of Cobourg and Port Hope. Hop aboard the Confederation Trolley in Kingston, nicknamed the ‘limestone city’ because of its many heritage buildings made of limestone, and discover a treasure trove of historical sites including old Fort Henry. Transport yourself back in time in Morrisburg’s Upper Canada Village – an amazingly faithful recreation of an 1860s community. And browse for one-of-a-kind items at artisan shops in Merrickville.

Gaze out at a gorgeous area of the St. Lawrence Seaway. Set sail from Kingston, Gananoque or Brockville on a 1000 Islands cruise and view some of the most resplendent scenery you’ll ever see in your life. You can also drive along it on the 1000 Islands Parkway or admire it all from a towering lookout. Boat or hike along the historic Rideau Canal, which winds its way from Kingston to Ottawa. Seek out adventure in Prince Edward County – Ontario’s newest wine region and a culinary delight. And swim, windsurf or picnic among nature’s sandcastles at Sandbanks Provincial Park, boasting the world’s largest system of freshwater sand dunes.

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Niagra Falls and Region

A lush abundance of flowering parks and gardens, bountiful orchards and vineyards, and charming towns and villages, the beautiful Niagara Region is a mere 90 minutes from Toronto and has enough attractions to keep you, and more than 12 million annual visitors, very busy. The most popular attraction being the roaring Niagara Falls, with nearly 3,636,800 litres of water gushing over every second. Take in her thundering power and beauty by land, water or air.

In the heart of the city, find dozens of family-fun attractions at Clifton Hill. Relax during a lazy afternoon drive along the scenic Niagara Parkway, which parallels the Niagara River, as you head to Niagara-on-the-Lake. It’s an historic town packed with charming shops, galleries and heritage sites. While you’re here, catch a performance at the world-renowned Shaw Festival dedicated to George Bernard Shaw and his contemporaries.

Follow the wine route signs on a romantic journey to small boutique wineries, exquisite estates and superb restaurants in one of the premiere wine regions of the world, which boasts more than 40 varieties of grapes and more than 50 wineries. Watch massive freighters navigate up the Great Lakes via the Welland Canal. Then go golfing with the roaring Niagara River as a backdrop in a region where the views are breathtaking and the 40 courses can be demanding.

Arrive in the Niagara Region any season of the year to enjoy Niagara’s famous festivals celebrating wine, flowers and winter.

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Ottawa Region

A blend of French and English, Canada’s capital city is home to one million people and is the second-largest city in Ontario. It’s also a spirited, cosmopolitan place that celebrates Canada’s achievements and culture with grand heritage buildings, more than 25 museums, a non-stop roster of festivals, and some shopping and delightful dining.

Tour the imposing chambers and hallowed halls of the Parliament Buildings. Admire beautiful antiques at Rideau Hall, the residence of the Governor General of Canada. Witness the colorful Changing of the Guard. Visit the Canadian Museum of Civilization and the Canadian War Museum – both considered cultural and architectural wonders. And indulge your passion for the arts at the National Arts Centre and National Gallery of Canada. Amid all this history and culture, take time to cruise, stroll or cycle along the Rideau Canal, a spectacular focal point of the city.

Festivals and events are year-round affairs in Ottawa. Come winter, the canal is transformed into the world’s longest skating rink and also becomes the site of Ottawa’s annual Winterlude festival. Admire a city awash with brilliant color during the Canadian Tulip Festival. And scat, be-bop and swing at the Ottawa International Jazz Festival or dig the blues at the Ottawa Blues Festival.

When you’re not at attractions or festivals, the cobblestone courtyards of the ByWard Market will please. It’s one of Canada’s oldest and largest markets with an eclectic collection of boutiques, fruit, vegetable and flower vendors, restaurants and nightlife. Or hike the National Capital Greenbelt – the green corridor that surrounds Ottawa. It offers a 165 kilometres of trails that invite you to explore farmland, forest, marshes and bogs. And if you want outdoor adventure that cranks up the adrenaline quotient, whitewater rafting is just 90 minutes away.

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Central Ontario

Open for recreation, adventure and relaxation 365 days a year, Central Ontario is the province's most beloved playground. From the sparkling blue waters of Muskoka to the rugged, windswept shores of Georgian Bay to the outdoor gems known as the Kawarthas and the Haliburton Highlands, there’s something to please and appease everyone’s idea of the ideal getaway.

Accommodate yourself in grand full service resorts, rustic lodges, self-catering cottages or first-class ski resorts. The choice is practically limitless and the welcome mat is always out. While you’re there, do some boating, sunbathing, hiking, cycling and much more. See the colourful Northern Lights – right on your resort’s premises.

Dip your paddle into hundreds of crystal clear lakes and rivers. Or dip into a little history at the Canadian Canoe Museum in Peterborough. Grab your tackle and catch your dreams in a true angler’s paradise. Take a scenic boat tour through a meandering inland waterway, the Trent-Severn Waterway.

Trek through dense forests or wetlands in one of a dozen of Central Ontario’s provincial parks, including Algonquin Provincial Park, home to countless majestic moose. Strap on your helmet and cycle through incredible scenery. Explore the Scenic Caves of Blue Mountain on the shores of Georgian Bay, forged by the movement of ice millions of years ago. Putt around on world-class golf courses with magnificent wilderness vistas as a backdrop. Cross-country or downhill ski. Just down the road, drink up the sunshine on Wasaga Beach. Come winter, reel in a prize catch through a hole in the ice. Or zoom through a winter wonderland on the longest network of groomed snowmobile trails in the world.

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Southwestern Ontario

Surrounded by three Great Lakes, Southwestern Ontario is a tapestry of rolling hills, idyllic farmland, picturesque vineyards and pristine beaches. An area dotted with captivating towns and villages with charming inns, B & Bs, restaurants and shops that combine to make any driving tour of this region extraordinary.

Begin at the tip of the ruggedly beautiful Bruce Peninsula, home of the Bruce Trail, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. Heading south along the Lake Huron shoreline, witness some of the most beautiful sunsets in the world from the city of Goderich. Sample summer stock theatre at the nearby Blyth Festival.

Travel to the southernmost tip of mainland Canada at Point Pelee National Park and watch the migration of monarch butterflies and hundreds of bird species. Laze on the sandy shores of Lake Erie. Sip and savour at local wineries. And if you crave a little taste of city life – try Hamilton, London and Windsor for a host of cultural activities including theatre and a number of fascinating museums.

Step into the world of Shakespeare at the renowned Stratford Festival hosted by a city where the cuisine is nearly as famous as the Bard himself. Or step back in time in the Mennonite communities of St. Jacobs and Elmira, home to the largest maple syrup festival in the world. Browse for a bargain at the famous St. Jacobs Farmers Market. Or hoist a stein in celebration of Kitchener-Waterloo’s German heritage at Oktoberfest – the world’s largest Bavarian festival outside Germany. Stop by Fergus where the bent is definitely Scottish, and visit the Elora Gorge, which is particularly stunning during its spectacular fall display of colour.

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Ontario Travel Info

  • Climate: 
    Ontario is a large province, extending north into polar regions with considerable snow year-round. The southern portions (near Niagara Falls)have weather comparable to Chicago's, with warm, though sometimes humid summer months. If you are looking for cold temperature settings, for a winter wonderland wedding, you will find many options in northern Ontario.

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  • Currency: Canadian Dollar
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