Great outdoors adventure
Tear the kids away from the X-Box and banish the Nintendo. Canada is a nation defined by its stunning natural beauty and world-class scenery, so be sure to make the most of it with a range of family friendly outdoor activities.
Cottage rentals are an affordable and fun accommodation option, and there are plenty available throughout the summer in the Ontario region. The Kawarthas and Muskoka areas, as well as the Rideau Lake district, are perfect to enjoy a week of campfires, canoe rides, and rainy-day board games.
A day at the zoo
A classic day at the zoo is a universal family day out. Toronto Zoo is the largest in the country, not to mention one of the best in the world, with over 450 species of animals for the kids to marvel at. There are also plenty of dedicated kids’ zones that specialise in bringing together entertainment and education, while you get a much-needed chance to put your feet up.
Tired of fish fingers and chips? Eating with the kids all of the time can put a serious dampener on your palette as you naturally cook meals that will entice them to eat. If you get a chance to dine child-free in Canada, then the place to be is in Toronto.
This multicultural and diverse city features citizens from across the world and a restaurant scene to accommodate them. From sushi to laksa, Korean BBQ to Thai green curry, Toronto is the perfect destination to discover new foodie experiences.
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Step back in time
Why not throw in a bit of history on holiday with a trip to the fascinating pioneer village, Black Creek? The town features a range of historic buildings, hands-on activities and demonstrations of how life was on a pioneer settlement. The village is based in Toronto, and for adults there’s also an operating micro-brewery on site.
|Adventure is just about every place you look! (Pixabay photo)|