Niagara Falls


  • Three waterfalls on the international border between Ontario and New York
  • Highest flow rate of any waterfall in North America
  • Formed when glaciers receded during the last ice age


Rideau Canal


  • Canal opened in 1832 as a precaution in case of war with the United States
  • Oldest continuously operated canal system in North America
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site


Sugarbush Hill Maple Farm


  • Tour offered that explains the steps of how maple syrup is made
  • The tour starts with seeing how the sap is extracted from the trees
  • Tour finishes in the maple kitchen where tastings of the maple syrup are offered


St. Lawrence Market


  • Major public market located in the Old Town district of Toronto
  • Started in 1803
  • Features food stalls, restaurants, and a gallery


CN Tower


  • Concrete communications and observation tower
  • Built on former Railway Lands
  • Completed in 1976
  • Tallest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere


Capitol Theatre (Port Hope)


  • One of the last fully restored atmospheric movie theaters still in operation in Canada
  • Constructed in 1930
  • Designed to look like a walled medieval courtyard surrounded by a forest




all flights $744

food $35/day x 8 days = $280

hotel $92/day x 7 days = $644

tickets (all attractions) $148

TOTAL for whole itinerary $1,816