Algonquin Park & Mont Tremblant


Algonquin Park is a truly beautiful and quintessentially Canadian wilderness. Enjoy the serenity by hiking some of the trails or canoe routes and observing the local wildlife.

En-route to Algonquin Park don’t miss highlights such as ‘Marie Among the Hurons’, a historic site depicting a 17 th century fortress of the French Jesuit mission to the Huron nation and Ontario’s first European community, or to the Muskoka Lakes region which makes for a very scenic drive. Famed for its 1,600 freshwater lakes and striking granite outcroppings, Muskoka has been a celebrated vacation retreat since the 19th century.


The jewel of the Laurentians, Mont Tremblant is a European styled all-season resort village. Should you have missed the wildlife in the Algonquin Park, we encourage you to visit Parc Omega on your way to Mont Tremblant, which features endemic wildlife. Mont Tremblant is the place to take time for outdoor activities including all types of winter sports. Hiking, biking and nautical pursuits in the summer. There is much on offer for travellers including golf, indulgent Spas and year-round wildlife adventures.