Bringing you stories and experiences to be had in beautiful and legendary Northeastern Ontario.
Many Northeastern Ontario operators have begun to use TripAdvisor as a place to gather customer testimonials. A place for past and present customers to share their experiences for the good of the business and their future customers. One of my responsibilities as a tourism officer is to search the best regional testimonials, in which I turn around and post them here, to gain more reach and frequency for our Ontario operators. It's a very fulfilling task, especially when I find testimonials like the one below. A look at the WildExodus Glamping experience, through the eyes of TripAdvisor member, Ken008. Enjoy!
We went Glamping with WildExodus and had a blast. Boating, fishing, four wheeling and canoeing. The yurts were a bit of a disappointment but WildExodus took care of us when we needed a change. The guides are very knowledgeable and did everything to make our Glamping trip an experience to remember. The wildlife was incredible, the food was excellent and the Glamping accomodations made us forget that we were actually in the middle of the woods. This truly is Glamour Camping.
TripAdvisor - Ken008
Your travel weary body will thank for you a stop at Cedar Meadows Resort & Spa. At Spa Grande Nature, the only spa of its kind in Northern Ontario, is a true gem to be found by adventurers. You will receive the royal treatment with body and soul nourishing treatments inspired by mother nature herself.
What can be accomplished in sixty days? 8 weeks. 1,440 hours. 86,400 minutes. 6,184,000 seconds. No matter how you put it, that is a heck of a long time. Now, imagine a road trip that could last that long. You would think this long of a trip could take you around the world. Not necessarily. Not when you’re talking about Northern Ontario. The vast open wilderness. The diversity of experiences, could easily fill an itinerary… yes, even one of this length.
It was a Monday. I was on my way back to Timmins, after a long day of travel to and from Sudbury on the eventfully scenic Highway 144, when something caught the corner of my eye. Standing there, peacefully. She was beautiful but in such a dangerous way. I turned the Jeep around, parked on the shoulder, pulled out my camera and started shooting.
As some of you may have read, this summer I embarked on my own little road trip, through my very own backyard - discovering the many things that truly make me proud to say Northeastern Ontario is my home. In case some of you wanted to follow in my footsteps, I have created this simple itinerary that will help you get the most out of your trip. Enjoy...
Throughout the year, I will be highlighting interesting places to stay, and or things to see and do in this beautiful part of Northeastern Ontario. Today's feature is all about one of the most interesting attractions in all of the north. One that lets you swim with a real live polar bear... behind a thick pane of glass, of course.
Throughout the year, I will be highlighting interesting places to stay, and or things to see and do in this beautiful part of Northeastern Ontario. Today's feature is not necessarily a destination, but more of a season that always creates this nostalgic feeling. It happens every year. The leaves start to change their colors, the air is a little more crisp and the feeling of winter is right around corner. It's Fall and it comes with a feeling that I still have a hard time putting my finger on.
Some may already be flirting with the thought of summer months. Sipping on drinks, enjoying warm rays by the pool or at the beach. However, let's not forget that some of the best riding to be had in Northeastern Ontario happens between February and mid-March. Where the weather is mild and easy on your machine, the trails are well groomed and our local accommodations are more than happy to see you walk through the door. Below is a quick list and map preview on some top snowmobile tours available within Northeastern Ontario. Let's get you riding in the north.