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Toronto CityPass
"CityPASS is the best deal in the cultural Mecca of the great white North with actual tickets to these premier attractions:CN Tower Casa Loma Royal Ontario Museum Ripley's Aquarium of Canada Option Ticket: T such as hours of operation transportation information contact information and insiders' tips so you can get the most out of your vacation - yet it is so compact it will fit into your back pocket. It's all you need to see the best of Toronto!""""Most FAMOUS attractions at ONE AMAZING price with plenty of time to see it all! See the CN Tower Casa Loma
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Canadian Canoe Museum Group Guided Tour
"The Canadian Canoe Museum is an engaging family-friendly place that offers a fascinating look at Canadian history as seen from a canoe. Visit a unique national heritage centre that explores the canoe's enduring significance to the people of Canada through an exceptional collection of canoes kayaks and paddled watercraft. This standard guided tour takes about 1.5-hours. It can be customized if your group needs more or less time. During the tour you’ll see beautiful examples of canoes of many different construction types from across Canada. travel and fun through time right up to present-day. Your guide will show objects and share stories that you might have otherwise missed on a normal walk-through visit!The museum's artifacts range from the great dugouts of the First Nations of th Peterborough
From CAD35.00
 
Niagara Region Private Winery Tour
"Travel to the Niagara region in luxury with your licensed tour guide. Once in the region the tour will take you to sample wines at three wineries. Start off atop the Niagara escarpment where you are sure to get some breath-taking photos of the region lake and river. Each winery has wines that are unique to the Niagara regions and have won several awards. The families grow and harvest all themselves. Learn how the escarpment and the last glacier age made this region prime land for crop growing the war of 1812 and how Sir John Graves Simcoe ventured across the lake to discover this region. Enjoy your lunch overlooking the lake. All three wineries offer private and intimate tasting which means no large tour buses. Learn the traditions of wine making walk the vineyards
From CAD550.00

More Things to Do in Killbear Point Provincial Park

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Lookout Trail

Panoramic view of Georgian Bay from the lookout point of the Lookout Trail, after hiking for about half an hour. It has a great view of the Bay as the lookout is on the top of the hill, and it is also...
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Wildlife in the park

I've been to camping many times before, but this was the time when I saw the most wildlife, including a white tailed deer, 2 pilated woodpeckers, a patridge, and lots of chipmunks.Tip: Get out early...
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Colourful sunset

We watched the sunsets for two nights in a row on the rocks. No sunsets are the same. We were quite surprised of the beautiful sunset on one night, as we thought that there wasn't going to be a show...
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Magnificant scenery

What a beautiful morning, the lake is calm like a mirror!Tip: You can't see the sunrise from the horizon on this side of Geogian Bay, so it's ok to head out after the sun rises, but you'll see the sun...
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Lookout Point

Lots of these plants at Lookout Point, hahaha, I just loved the flowers so that's why I took the photo. Now where can I buy that book that tells me exactly what kind of plant this is?! LOL :-)Another...
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Holes?

Now who/what has been at work here? A nice little pattern of holes in this treetrunk. I am always curious what insect or animal did this and why. Hmmm.... the guilty one clearly didn't want to have...
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Sailing

Just before I turned around to walk back to the car I saw this sailboat coming out of the harbour. It looked so picturesque with its white sail on the blue water and the rocky coastline. Sigh.... wish...
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coastline of Killbear Park

I just loved walking on these rocks, walking further and further, exploring more and more. Unfortunately my time was limited. I had to drive home that day, and it was still a long drive to go. So I...
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coastline of Killbear Park

The coastline of Killbear Park is beautiful. It's located in the Georgean Bay. The rocks coming out of the water are beautiful of colour and there are some scatered trees growing on the rocky surface ...
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Along the coast of Killbear Park

The last part of Killbear Park I want to show you, is not a hiking trail, but a beautiful stretch of coast : the beach at Harold point campground. Climb from there on the rocks, and you have a...
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View from Lookout Point

Aaah, this picture doesn't do the view from Lookout Point justice at all!!! I hope that the photos with my 'normal' camera turn out much better. Because the view from here is gorgeous!!!
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Berries

I really need to buy myself a book with all the native plants of Ontario. I love what I see, but I have no clue what it actually is. Anyway.... you can see these bushes with the berries quite a bit on...
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Leaf

Just a little detail I saw, this beautiful green leaf laying on the ground. Hahaha, I just loved the contrast between the fresh green leaf and it's beautiful shape, laying on top of the old rotten...
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Second hike : Lookout point trail

Now lets move on to the second hike! Aaah, this one was much better! It is the lookout point trail. It is an easy hike, about 3,5 kilometers long and takes you through the forest, wetland areas (watch...
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