Trip Inspiration

Wine Away Winter

Think being bundled up by the fireplace with a glass is the only way to enjoy wine in the winter? The wineries of Ontario’s Southwest are going to change that view…

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Guess Where Trips: The Perfect Gift for the Adventurous Person in Your Life

Everyone has that spontaneous adventure seeker on their holiday shopping list. You know, the one who knows the best places to explore, the most exceptional restaurants to eat at, and where to find unique experiences. They are vivacious, fun, and find “the unknown” to be exciting! They are also impossible to shop for. What do you buy for someone who is only interested in collecting memories and doesn’t want tangible things? Have you guessed where we are going with this? (hint!)…

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Must-Drive Fall Road Trip Routes

There’s something special about road-tripping in Ontario’s Southwest during the fall. It could be the scenic backroads that you take or the picturesque small towns you visit along the way. Or maybe it’s the restaurants you discover that only serve the freshest, locally sourced, fall flavours. If you…

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Ontario’s Southwest Adventures New Canadians will Love

If you are new to Canada and want to get to know the local culture, history, food, and people in Ontario's Southwest, the best way to do that is by travelling locally. No matter which season you arrive in, don’t wait before you start exploring. It would be a shame for you to miss outwhile waiting for different weather. To help you get started, we’ve put together a “must visit” list that you should check out. …

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Road Trip Ready Itineraries

Exploring new destinations or even previous favourites that aren't the usual suspects can be a tall order for those with limited vacation days. Fortunately, with a little advance planning, it’s possible to pack a whole lot of fun into just two days - and we've done the planning for you! Ontario's…

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Best Fall Day Hikes in Ontario's Southwest

Most noted philosophers used walking to get their thoughts going. Wilderness visionaries like Henry David Thoreau walked a great distance to experience the wilderness landscape (Thoreau walked 100 days in 1866, from Montreal to Quebec City). But you don’t need a major pilgrimage to become familiar with nature…

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