From a simple walk in the park to exploring dramatic natural scenery, we’ve got nature-lovers covered. Escape to a private island, ride a horse at golden hour, kayak beneath towering cliffs, or simply soak it all up on one of our sandy beaches. Nature never felt so good.
Approximately 90 minutes from Toronto is Canada’s most accessible natural wonder, Niagara Falls. This thriving tourist hotspot attracts thrill-seekers and romantics alike. Here you can explore the town of Niagara, and its acres of scenic terrain while tasting your way through the simple goodness of Ontario orchards and award-winning wineries.
The Toronto Islands are a chain of 15 small islands in Lake Ontario. Home to the large no-car urban community in North America, Toronto Islands are a popular recreational area for bicycling, rollerblading, water sports, beach volleyball and beautiful views of Toronto.
Royal Botanical Gardens
Located at the western tip of Lake Ontario, Royal Botanical Gardens contain four distinct gardens with 1100 hectares of nature reserve. The ever-changing seasons, blooms, and natural phenomenon make each visit a new experience. Explore and enjoy the many historical plant collections, the Mediterranean Greenhouse, and the 27 km of nature trails.
Bruce Peninsula National Park
Towering cedars have been dwelling on the peninsula’s massive cliffs for centuries and still appear to stand as a part of a wild and untouched Canadian gem. From the Georgian Bay’s crystalline waters to the limestone barrens and deep forests, the Bruce offers visitors the chance to delve into nature’s breathtaking beauty.