Toronto - Sudbury - Sault Ste. Marie (718 km)
Departing from Toronto in the morning, we will drive north to the city of Sudbury, stopping first at Science North, the city's museum of science and technology. Here, we can enjoy all the museum has to offer, including the Butterfly Gallery and the interactive movie Wildfires! A Firefighting Adventure in 3D. Afterward, we will visit the Big Nickel, a monument to the city's nickel-mining industry. We will leave Sudbury and make our way to Sault Ste. Marie, where we will stay overnight.
Sudbury is a city in Ontario, Canada. It is the largest city in Northern Ontario by population. By land area, it is the largest in Ontario and the seventh largest in Canada. It was once a major lumber centre and a world leader in nickel mining.
A monument to Sudbury's proud history of nickel-mining, the Big Nickel is on the grounds of Dynamic Earth, a local science museum. It quickly became one of the city's best-known landmarks.
This interactive museum in Sudbury is a large, two building complex full of exhibits on science and technology, including an IMAX theater, a butterfly gallery, and planetarium. Because so many exhibits are interactive, this is a truly immersive experience.
Admission (Optional): Adult C$31; Child (3-12 yrs) C$26
Standard Hotel: Days Inn & Suites or similar
Sault Ste. Marie - Agawa Canyon - Sudbury (308 km)
In the morning, we will travel to Agawa Canyon Park onboard a luxury train, amidst one of Canada's most scenic areas of maple trees. When we arrive in the park, we will explore the area, visiting Bridal Veil Falls and Black Bear Falls. In the evening, we will return to Sault Ste. Marie on the train, then back to Sudbury for the night.
Sault Ste. Marie, ON
Sault Ste. Marie is a city in Ontario, Canada. The city is gifted with a seasonal climate perfect for thrilling outdoor activities all year round:in Falls, it invite visitors to Agawa Canyon, while warm summers attract visitors to take up canoeing, fishing or hiking.
Agawa Canyon is shallow and located in a sparsely populated region of Ontario. There is a wilderness park in the canyon that can only be reached via the train from the city of Sault Ste. Marie to the south.
Agawa Canyon Train Tour
The only easy way to get to Agawa Canyon Wilderness Park in Ontario is by taking a train from the nearest city, Sault Ste. Marie, that stops right in the heart of the canyon.
Admission (Mandatory): Adult C$142; Child (2-18 yrs) C$142; Infant (Under 2 yrs, not occupy seat) Free; including one CAD$10 consumption coupon on train
Black Beaver Falls
One of the many waterfalls that drain into the Agawa River from the rims of the canyon, the 175-foot Black Beaver Falls are in the heart of Agawa canyon Wilderness Park, which is only accessible by train.
Bridal Veil Falls
Located in Agawa Canyon Wilderness Park, Bridal Veil Falls are one of the area's most visited waterfalls, standing at about 225 feet above the Agawa River below.
Standard Hotel: Clarion or similar
Breakfast: Included (Simple Breakfast)
Sudbury - Algonquin - Toronto (480 km)
From Sudbury, we will travel to Algonquin Provincial Park, where we will enjoy nature's embrace amongst heavy foliage. We may even get the chance to see a few large wild animals like black bears, elk, and wolves. In the evening, we will return to Toronto, where guests will be dropped off to end this tour.
Huntsville is the largest town in the Muskoka Region of Ontario, Canada. It is located 215 kilometres (134 mi) north of Toronto and 130 kilometres (81 mi) south of North Bay. Due to its natural environment and natural resources, Huntsville is a tourist destination drawing people from around the world.
Algonquin Provincial Park
Algonquin Provincial Park covers a massive area in Ontario, providing numerous campsites, which has served as the inspiration for various landscape painters. Within the park are a visitor's center and a Logging Museum.