Are you ready to saddle up to the breathtaking waterfalls known as Cascade Limon in the Dominican Republic? This tour is designed for the fit, as well as the not so fit, but those who want to get fit.
Where should I travel as a solo female traveller?
This is one of the most frequently asked questions by solo travellers. Especially by female solo travellers. I am sorry to say that there is no definitive answer to this question. All solo travellers have various levels of comfort zones, interests, financial means and time available to travel. When travelling solo, all of these matters must be taken into consideration when determining your travel destination
Catch the buzz and join Buzz Tour Co and host extraordinaire Christine, on this fun, non-stop, full day tour from Kitchener, Ontario to Simcoe, Ontario. Make sure that you are revved and ready to indulge in a day of wine, beer, hard cider, food and a tonne of laughs with its founder Christine. Read More
What better place to spend a weekend than in Banff, Alberta, Canada? Is two days enough time to see the Rocky Mountains? It was literally heaven on earth and two days just wasn’t enough time! So the answer is NO, but since two days was was all that I had, I was determined to experience as much as I could.
Whenever I travel, I am always on the lookout for a new adventure or activity, and I managed to find one in my own backyard. If you are visiting Ontario, Canada and want to see a rare ecological gem, I recommend visiting Ontario’s only badland, known as the Cheltenham Badlands. Say what you ask! Let me explain, by providing a bit of history on how and what a badland is. Read More
When many people think of Canada and Ontario, the first thought that enters their mind is snow, cold and ice. No we don’t live in igloos! You may be surprised to learn that our summer months get as high as 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit), and often even higher.
Whether visiting Ontario in the Spring, Summer, Fall or Winter, Ontario is a year round playground for young and old alike and you will find many activities and adventures to keep you busy exploring for days. Join me as I explore some of the activities and adventures that Ontario has to offer.
I hope that you all enjoyed exploring Small Towns Ontario with me. Are ready to join me while I explore Tourist Towns Ontario? Grab yourself a glass of wine and let’s explore some more!
It is absolutely impossible to visit Ontario without exploring some of its small towns! I agree that there are many tourist towns and areas where you can be one of the crowd, but exploring the small towns of Ontario which are located off the beaten path are much more fun and rewarding.