Ontario is Canada’s fourth biggest province, and it is certainly one of the most breathtaking. If you love nature and appreciate majestic wilderness, Ontario should certainly be one of the first destinations you put on your bucket list of places that you seriously must make the effort to see before you die. (Image by Dennis Jarvis/Flickr)
If you travel to Ontario, you will need to check out official-canada-eta.com, where you can gain authorization to travel. Once you have done that, and once you touch down in Ontario, you will want to check out the following natural beauty spots.
Agate Island Beach
You probably don’t think of beaches when you think of Canada, but Agate Island Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Travel and Escape Network names it one of the top seven natural wonder beaches in the world. What makes it so spectacular is instead of sandy beaches, you will walk on beautiful stony, agate shores, which sparkle, shine and never fail to inspire awe.
The Bonnechere Caves are located way underground, but it is well worth taking the time to explore them. You’ll be in awe of the beautiful limestone formations, quirky narrow passages and beautiful fossils encompassing everything from corral to octopi.
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No trip to Ontario would be complete without a visit to Niagara Falls. You can find out more about what is the biggest and best waterfall in Canada by visiting https://www.niagarafallstourism.com/. If you do visit the waterfall, be sure to take a trip on the Maid of Mist, which will enable you to get up close and personal with its impressively powerful falls.
When you travel to Ontario, Canada you will find the Scarborough Bluffs, named after a popular holiday resort in the north-east area of England. These are a great place to escape to if you want to enjoy some quiet time in nature. While you’re there, you’ll see pretty rock formations, spectacular sea views out from the 65-meter bluffs and lots of native wildlife. You’ll also be able to hike the walking trail or do a bit of sailing on Lake Ontario.
Bon Echo Provincial Park
Lonely Planet referred to Bon Echo Provincial Park as the crown in the jewel of Ontario. The unadulterated area of wilderness, which includes the 100-meter granite Mazinaw Rock covered with over 260 aboriginal artworks created long ago is beautiful. You are in for a travel experience like no other.
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Bruce Peninsula National Park
As you can see at pc.gc.ca this pretty national park is home to beautiful and ancient cedars, impressive cliffs and crystal clear waters. Taking a walk in its beautiful deep forests will renew your soul. Nature’s beauty will inspire you as you come across plants, animals and views that will blow your mind.
Algonquin Provincial Park
This was Ontario’s first provincial park and it is still one of the best. If you want to travel and spend time exploring natural landscapes, spotting various flora and fauna. Plus enjoying water sports like kayaking and canoeing, it is the place to visit while you’re in Ontario.