Fly from London to Toronto where you will meet you Tour Escorts and transfer to a Toronto airport hotel. Enjoy a welcome meal in the company of you fellow travellers. Overnight Toronto airport hotel.
Breakfast then transfer to the motorhome depot to pick up vehicles. After stocking up on supplies drive the short distance (100 miles) to Lafontaine, located near to Georgian Bay, and the charming towns of Penetanguishene and Midland. Overnight Lafontaine campsite.
Free day to explore the area. At nearby Penetanguishene experience the lives of early naval personnel at Discovery Harbour, a reconstructed 19th century British Military base or learn about the Jesuit missionaries who lived, worked and died here over 350 years ago at the Martyrs’ Shrine. Overnight Lafontaine campsite.
Leisurely drive along Georgian Bay to Owen Sound (80 miles) passing Wasaga Beach, North America’s largest freshwater beach. Be sure to visit Inglis Falls. Overnight Owen Sound campsite.
Travel up the Bruce Peninsula to Tobermory (69 miles) taking time to visit the Bruce Peninsula National Park. Overnight Tobermory campsite.
Free day to explore Tobermory. Why not take a boat trip to visit Flowerpot Island. Overnight Tobermory campsite.
Today you are booked on the Ontario Ferry crossing to South Baymouth on Manitoulin Island – crossing time two hours (45 miles). Manitoulin is the largest freshwater island in the world, where you will really experience the native Canadian lifestyle. Overnight Manitoulin Island campsite.
Today we have arranged a traditional Drum experience where you will learn about drum making, and see how it is used in the traditional songs and dances of the area. You will make and keep your own hand drum – a unique memento of the tour. Overnight Manitoulin Island campsite.
Leave Manitoulin, via the swing bridge, and head for to Grundy Lake Provincial Park (150 miles). Sudbury is a great place to stock up on supplies – why not have a picnic by one of the many lakes you will pass? Overnight Grundy Lake campsite.
Visit the French River Visitor Centre to learn about the local native history and the early settlers to Canada. A short drive to Parry Sound (62 miles) completes your day. Overnight Parry Sound campsite.
Free time to explore the area around Parry Sound. Take a 30,000 Islands tour departing from Parry Sound to explore the natural beauty of this area. For a birds-eye view seaplane tours are available over Georgian Bay. Overnight Parry Sound campsite.
Travel east into the picturesque Algonquin Provincial Park (70 miles) taking time to explore Huntsville on your way through. Overnight Algonquin campsite.
Free day to explore Algonquin with over 2,400 lakes, 7,500 miles of streams and lively flowing rivers. Overnight Algonquin campsite
Take the Trans Canada Highway to Ottawa (187 miles) along the original fur trading route through pretty towns like Arnprior, Pembroke and Petawawa. Overnight Ottawa campsite.
Today we will have a full day excursion to the remarkably pretty capital city of Ottawa with a visit to the Parliament building, one of the highlights of the tour. Overnight Ottawa campsite.
Head down to the St Lawrence Seaway and Lake Ontario to Kingston (118 miles). Be careful not to take the wrong left turn or you could end up in America! Overnight Kingston campsite.
Today you will be taken by coach to the centre of Kingston where you will have the morning to discover this charming little town on the shores of Lake Ontario. Included is a 3 hour Thousand Islands Lunch Cruise, where you will be entertained by the on-board band whilst admiring the views across the many islands in the area. Overnight Kingston campsite.
Take your own vehicles to enjoy a guided tour of Fort Henry in Kingston and learn about the history of the British in Canada. Following the tour, drive to Picton (50 miles) on Prince Edward Island taking the short (free) ferry across the water. Overnight Picton campsite.
Return to Toronto (145 miles). Overnight Toronto campsite.
Depart on a full day coach excursion to Niagara Falls. As well as the breathtaking Falls, today includes a visit to Niagara-on-the-Lake. Other highlights include the Floral Clock and the Whirlpool Rapids. Included is a boat trip to the very edge of the Falls and an evening Farewell Meal in the Skylon Tower overlooking the Falls. Overnight Toronto campsite.
Drive to Toronto motorhome depot (35 miles) Return motorhomes to Toronto depot. Transfer to Toronto airport for your return flight to London.
Arrive London. This ends the tour travel arrangements.
To stay in the best locations you’ll experience a variety of different campsites. These will range from full facility sites to simple National Park campgrounds, with or without hook-ups or wash blocks.