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Enjoy an exciting introduction into wilderness camping on this 3-day Algonquin Park canoe trip. Paddle with your guide into the interior lakes of Algonquin Park. Learn how to pack and steer your canoe effectively. Set up camp on the banks of the lake, and practise basic survival techniques to keep warm and dry. Watch the shoreline for native moose grazing and enjoy free time to explore the region at your leisure. Paddle along the gentle South Madawaska River and spend nights by the fireside under the stars.
If you want to trade the hustle and bustle of Toronto for an outing in the great Canadian wilderness—but don’t have the equipment or know-how to lead your own adventure—leave the planning to the pros with this guided camping tour to Algonquin Provincial Park. Explore the wilderness on a hike, sit around the fire to make s’mores, and even enjoy stargazing before tucking into your sleeping bag—all included with this hassle-free camping adventure.
Delve deep into the Ontario wilderness on this 4-day Algonquin Park canoe trip. Hop into your canoe and paddle into Algonquin Park with your guide. Keep a lookout for native bears, beavers and moose drinking or bathing on the shoreline, and enjoy breathtaking views over rural Canada. Swim in crystal-clear lakes and try your hand fishing for your dinner! Pitch your tent and gather firewood in the forests for warmth. After delicious meals round the camp fire, share stories of your days’ adventures and sleep soundly beneath starry skies.
Have you ever been tubing on the "lazy river" at waterparks? How about through a massive natural gorge with rapids, and limestone cliffs 72 feet high? That's what you're in for when you join this once-in-a-lifetime group trip to Wellington County, Ontario.
Visit the pride of Prince Edward County, with its rolling sand dunes and temperate clear waters. You'll be left grinning from ear to ear as the city line disappears. Guests will have the opportunity to hike, swim, and either canoe/kayak or go wine tasting. No preparation needed, no equipment, not even a sleeping bag or pillow. Lake Fever offers budget travelers of all experience levels access to the great Canadian wilderness for a unique opportunity that would otherwise take a lot of planning and money to arrange. First-timers will learn the basics of camping. For international tourists, this can be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. However, we also service many Toronto locals, who do not have a vehicle and find the whole process of escaping the city to be a hassle.
Welcome to the land of a thousand lakes, rocky ridges and strawberry sunsets. Join us for 3 days to explore the sheer vastness that is Algonquin Provincial Park, and you'll experience the natural beauty that people have been talking about worldwide. At Algonquin, campers should be prepared to swim sun-kissed waters, hike to a breath-taking lookout, and canoe/kayak (optional). No guest preparation is needed, no equipment, not even a sleeping bag, pad, or pillow. Budget travelers can enjoy free transportation, 3 square meals, a good old fashioned campfire, and best of all, campers gain access to the great Canadian wilderness, for a trip that would otherwise take a lot of planning and money to arrange (not to worry, first-timers will learn the basics of camping). Check Algonquin Provincial Park off of your bucket list. Who knows, this may be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.