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Collingwood & Blue Mountain

  • Collingwood & Blue Mountain

    Collingwood and Blue Mountain are located less than 2 hours north of Toronto, on the Southern Georgian Bay shoreline of Lake Huron. Neighbours of just a five minute drive between, Collingwood is located on the water and Blue Mountain is a self-contained mountain resort town.

    • Blue Mountain Village

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    • Tree Top Walks

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    • Kayaking Georgian Bay

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    • Snorkelling Georgian Bay

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    • Blue Mountain Overview

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    • Blue Mountain Village

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    • High Ropes, Blue Mountain Village

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    • Runner Mountain Coaster, Blue Mountain Village

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    • Segway Tours, atop Blue Mountain

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    • View from Top of Blue Mountain

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    Collingwood architecture features numerous examples of Victorian, Georgian, Greek Revival and Gothic styles in brick, stone and wood. There are so many beautiful buildings to view but the Federal Building is a "must see". From the Millenium Overlook Park you get a bird’s eye view of the sail boats heading out of the historic Collingwood Harbour. The waterfront provides endless opportunities for boating, fishing, kayaking and canoeing, scuba diving and snorkelling. The trail system boasts over 60 kilometres of trails spread out throughout Collingwood. Visit Harbourlands Park, Harbourview Park, Sunset Point Park, along the Pretty River dyke, and throughout other scenic parts of Collingwood.

    Blue Mountain is widely renowned as an incredible ski area, but those same bountiful slopes and wide open spaces make it an absolute pleasure to visit in the warmer months too. A self contained resort, reminiscent of a small village, expect a plethora of restaurants and small bars, retail outlets selling gifts and clothing and lots of snack shacks selling everything from Poutine (chips, curds and gravy) to Beaver Tails (large flat doughnuts smothered in sweet toppings). In addition to the mountain activities, there is a miniature golf course, large central lake where paddle boats can be rented, Segway adventures, a mini- roller coaster experience and much more. Two or three nights at Blue Mountain allows you to experience its great recreational activities and the Westin, being the only hotel located at the mountain, makes the perfect choice.  

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  • Georgian Bay Coastal Escape

    Begins and ends in Toronto, Ontario

    14 days/13 nights

    Departures: year round

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    Your fly drive includes

    • Round trip scheduled flights
    • Intermediate 4 door car hire, including insurances and satellite navigation
    • Accommodation as stated
    • Personalised Road Book
    • Serenity at Algonquin Provincial Park

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    • Stunning landscape of Killarney

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    • Toronto Harbourfront

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    • Paddle Boarding in Toronto

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    • Blue Mountain Village

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    • Shipwreck at Fathom Five Georgian Bay

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    • Algonquin Provincial Park

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    • Algonquin Canoe & Moose

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    • Canoeing in Algonquin Provincial Park

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    • Cliff jumping in Killarney

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    • Muskoka Steamship, Gravenhurst

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    Arrive Toronto

    Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to Toronto. Upon arrival, collect your rental car and proceed to your hotel - Fairmont Royal York, which holds an enviable location in the heart of downtown, opposite the historic railway station and a few minutes walk from the harbourfront.

    Hotel: Fairmont Royal York

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    Toronto

    We have allowed two full days to explore Toronto, as this cosmopolitan city has a wide array of attractions to keep you busy day and night. Don’t miss taking a trip up the CN Tower, for a bird's eye view of the city, a stop at Ripley's Aquarium and a visit to the Distillery Historic District. If you love shopping then you must visit St Lawrence Market and Kensington Market, offering a wealth of fresh produce and souvenir options, and the Eaton Centre, which showcases more than 200 retailers and restaurants. The harbour front is a bustling area with lots to keep you entertained. Be sure to take a sightseeing boat cruise along the waterfront.

    Hotel: Fairmont Royal York

    158Mi/255Km

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    Blue Mountain

    After your three nights in Toronto, you will make your way north into the Blue Mountains. A self-contained resort, reminiscent of a small village. At the pedestrian village, you can expect a plethora of restaurants, small bars, retail outlets, and boutiques which can all be reached by a complimentary shuttle service from your hotel. During your two nights here why not take a ride on the Ridge Runner Mountain coaster or for total relaxation a visit to the Scandinave Spa for a massage or two. There are plenty of other activities to choose from in the area from bike trails, wineries, cideries, micro breweries, apple orchards, zip lines, and scenic caves adventures, you'll be spoilt for choice.

    Hotel: The Westin Trillium House Blue Mountain

    102Mi/164Km

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    Tobermory

    It is a relatively short drive today to the harbour village of Tobermory on the Bruce Peninsula. To the southeast, Bruce Peninsula National Park is known for the Bruce Trail footpath on the craggy Niagara Escarpment, and the Grotto, a wave-carved cave in Georgian Bay. The village lies next to Fathom Five National Marine Park, which is home to the Flowerpot Island sea stacks, 19th-century lighthouses and multiple shipwreck dive sites. A glass-bottom boat tour of Fathom Five is a must during your stay.

    Hotel: Tobermory Princess Hotel

    39Mi/64km

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    Manitoulin Island

    Today you will make your way across to beautiful Manitoulin Island aboard the MS Chi-Cheemaun Ferry. This short journey, disembarking at South Baymouth, takes one hour and forty five minutes. Manitoulin Island is a scenic region, where Native life and legend blend with European history to provide an unforgettable experience. Enjoy the Island's stress-free environment, where life moves at a slower pace and time and water flows gently together.

    Hotel: Manitoulin Island Hotel

    136Mi/200Km

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    Killarney

    Your next destination is Killarney. Home to magnificent landscapes and the pristine provincial park. With sapphire lakes, majestic pine forests and ancient white cliffs, this wilderness park offers fantastic hiking, world-class kayaking, canoeing and more. The charming historic village of Killarney is located just 10 km from Killarney Provincial Park, with quaint local eateries, and relaxing pubs, making it a perfect choice for a two night stay.

    Hotel: Killarney Mountain Lodge

    190Mi/306Km

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    Algonquin Park

    Algonquin Provincial Park is a 'must see' for jaw-dropping wildlife encounters and spectacular scenery. Summer brings a carpet of wildflowers and when Autumn comes, the forest is ablaze with reds, oranges, and yellows. Algonquin is home to a population of over 3,000 moose as well as white-tailed deer, black bear, and wolf. For something a little different, we recommend biking or hiking trails through the mountains, forests, and lakes. Your accommodation for the next two nights is a rustic but charming lodge within the park.

    Hotel: Killarney Lodge (breakfast,, lunch and dinner included daily)

    26Mi/42Km

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    Huntsville

    Today you will drive west to the final location on your journey. Huntsville is located in the hilly terrain of the Canadian Shield and is dotted with many lakes. With its natural beauty and abundant natural resources, Huntsville is the perfect place to finish your fly drive experience. The town itself has a mall, farmers markers and hosts beer and maple festivals. Before you head home we recommend a trip on the Muskoka Steamships cruising aboard the RMS Segwun, the oldest operating coal-fired steamship in North America or why not take a short drive and visit the towns of Gravenhurst and Bracebridge.

    Hotel: Deerhurst Resort

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    Journey Home

    After a final morning enjoying the delights of the Muskoka region, you will make the journey back to Toronto Airport, return your rental car and check-in for your flight back to the UK.

    Prices

    From £2999 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms in low season. Other prices are available on request.