PRIVATE Tour - Fall Colors of Algonquin Park
Private Tours / Private Vehicle (Sedan/Van)
Price & Inclusions
|Group Size||ADULT (18+ years old)||CHILD (3-17 years old)||INFANT (0-2 years old)|
|2||$ 509||$ 484||$ 458|
|3||$ 361||$ 342||$ 324|
|4||$ 367||$ 349||$ 331|
|5||$ 307||$ 291||$ 276|
• Pick-up and drop-off from your hotel/residence/airport in Toronto
• A delicious lunch at a local restaurant
Tip to the driver /guide
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Effective January 1, 2020, Toronto Fun Tours will no longer offer single-use plastic water bottles, many of which end up in our landfills, lakes, oceans, and rivers. We encourage you to bring a refillable water bottle.
Algonquin Park is Ontario’s oldest, largest and most visited Provincial Park. It is one of the most beautiful destinations in Ontario, especially during the fall colours! It is world famous for its hiking, canoeing, sightseeing, fishing, bird watching and moose sightings. Along with the Moose you could possibly see White-tailed Deer, Black Bears, Beavers, Loons and Gray Jays just to name some of the wildlife. Algonquin Park has 7,725 square kilometers of forests, beaches, lakes, bogs, and cliffs. Maple trees, aspens, tamaracks, spruces, and red oaks all change colour in September and October, so you can be sure your trip will be beautiful.
Algonquin Logging Museum: You will hike in the outdoor museum along a very beautiful marsh. The hiking trail is an easy-to-walk 1.3-kilometres trail.
Algonquin Visitor Centre: You will have some time to watch a short video and indoor walk around to see the natural and cultural history exhibits, and viewing Deck.
While you are there, you have a chance to do the Fire Tower Trail: This fully accessible trail is 200 metres (660 feet) round-trip and goes to a viewpoint overlooking the Sunday Creek valley where there is a replica of a cupola (wooden lookout structure) that was at the top of steel fire towers in Algonquin Park. Length: 200 metres (round-trip). Level of difficulty: Easy. Location: The Fire Tower Trail is located at the entrance to the Algonquin Visitor Centre
Hardwood Lookout Trail (in Algonquin park)
Hardwood Lookout Loop Trail is a 1.3 kilometer moderately trafficked loop trail located near Nipissing, Ontario, Canada that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. • Difficulty: Moderate • Features a Scenic lookout over Smoke Lake
Oxtongue River-Ragged Falls Provincial Park
Widely considered one of the top 10 waterfalls in Ontario, Ragged Falls is one of the most spectacular of the many natural wonders waiting to be explored in Lake of Bays. Part of the lovely Oxtongue River-Ragged Falls Provincial Park, the falls is delightful to visit year-round, though for a special treat be sure to visit during the spectacular Fall colours in late September through October. Framed by the rich reds and golds of the many trees lining its length, it’s a sight to behold, especially around Gravel Falls where you can see the glacial meltwater flowing at its fiercest. Located close to the western gates of Algonquin Provincial Park, the spectacular whitewater rapids and falls are easy to reach via a short trail leading up from the public parking area.
* Appropriate clothing and footwear is highly recommended (based on the weather)
* If you are vegetarian or have dietary restrictions, please let us know up to 2 days before the tour
This is a suggested itinerary. On any private tour, you have the flexibility to modify your itinerary according to your needs with professional advice from our experienced travel consultants.
During the tour, you can easily skip the activities that you do not like, explore options for additional activities, and tweak our itinerary as needed.
Let us know what special requests you have for the day and we will customize your itinerary in advance!