Algonquin Park Ontario, Canoe Tour
Only 3 hours north of Toronto, Algonquin Park is Ontario’s oldest Provincial Park and one of the largest in Canada with over 2000 fresh water lakes. Within the borders of the park can be found many wild animals such as moose, deer, beaver, wolves and bears, all in their natural habitats. You get 3 days at the unique Algonquin Eco-Lodge combined with a guided 3 or 4-day wilderness canoe trip in Algonquin Park. A great family trip!
Day 1 Toronto – Algonquin Provincial Park
Meet at 12.30 at the Voyageur Quest rendezvous location.Eat lunch on the way to Kiosk wher you load your packs and canoes and head west on Kioshkokowi Lake. Along the way learn how to paddle, portage and have loads of time to swim in the clean freshwater. Set up camp and enjoy your first meal cooked over the fire.
Days 2 and 3 Algonquin Provincial Park
Break camp and travel up the Amable du Fond River. Arriving in Manitou Lake enjoy lunch at a scenic beach. Manitou is one of Algonquin's most scenic lakes and a great place to spend a few days exploring, fishing or just relaxing at a spectacular wilderness campsite
Day 4 North Tea Lake
Enjoy a swim at a waterfall before heading east in to North Tea Lake. With its many islands and points, North Teaa offers many beautiful campsites. Tha Amable du Fond offers one last opportunity to see moose and great blue heron.
Day 5 Algonquin Provincial Park – Toronto
Paddle across Kawawaymog Lake and arrive at the Voyageur Quest canoe base camp for lunch.