Multi-day Maple Tours in Summer,What to see during the trip

  1. By kevin
  2. On Jul 31, 2018
  3. North America
  4. Travel Tips

Planning your weekend or Summer Break outdoor activity with your family and enjoy the Algonquin Provincial Park scenes by our travel guide.And the best Multi-day Maple tours in Summer recommended for you as below.

3-Day Fall Exclusive-Sudbury,Algonquin Park,&Agawa Canyon Train Tour from Toronto

(5%off,Start City:Toronto,End City:Toronto)

Highlights of the Itinerary:

*Exclusive visit to two most famous fall foliage destinations:Agawa Canyon&Algonquin Park within 3 days!

*Ride on the special train traveling through the maple paradise of North America–Agawa Canyon

*Complimentary breakfasts on Day 2&3

3-Day Canyon Sainte-Anne,Thousand Islands,Montreal,&Quebec Fall Special Tour from Toronto

(Start City:Toronto,End City:Toronto)

Highlights of the Itinerary:

*Visit the Canyon Sainte-Anne,admiring the colorful maple leaves covers the mountains and plains

*Take a Thousand Islands cruise boat to enjoy the gorgeous surrounding lake views

What to see during the trip:


Greater Sudbury,commonly referred to as Sudbury,is a city in Ontario,Canada.It is the largest city in Northern Ontario by population,with a population of 161,531 at the Canada 2016 Census.By land area,it is the largest in Ontario and the seventh largest in Canada.It is administratively a single-tier municipality,and thus not part of any district,county,or regional municipality.

Algonquin Provincial Park

Algonquin Provincial Park is a provincial park located between Georgian Bay and the Ottawa River in Ontario,Canada,mostly within the Unorganized South Part of Nipissing District.Established in 1893,it is the oldest provincial park in Canada.Additions since its creation have increased the park to its current size of about 7,653 square kilometers.

For comparison purposes,this is about one and a half times the size of Prince Edward Island or about a quarter of the size of Belgium.The park is contiguous with several smaller,administratively separate provincial parks that protect important rivers in the area,resulting in a larger total protected area.