A huge country of wide open spaces and spectacular scenery, Canada sweeps across the north American continent touching the polar ice cap in the north, from the Pacific to the Atlantic Oceans. A holiday in Canada is ideal for nature-lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, much of the country consisting of vast national parks, while the Rockymore
Winter trip to Niagara Falls - Bob Mcfarlane. Date of travel: Dec 2005
Niagara Falls had alot to do even in the winter. My wife and I decided to go for the weekend and it was alot of fun. The Winter Festival of Lights was really neat. There were light displays and fireworks and we even managed to see one of the concerts they have in Victoria Park. The weather wasn't to cold so we even walked up and down Clifton Hill and went in some of the attractions. We didn't have to wait in any line ups and everything seemed alot cheaper than when we had visited Niagara Falls in the summer.
Dee Wilson & family. Date of travel: Jun 2005
We travelled down to Toronto in a C30 as we needed the room with 6 adults and a baby. We can thoroughly recommend Cruise Canada to get a car and RV through. Although rather basic it was enough room for us all and was rather economic considering the size - about 28mpg. Toronto is a fantastic City with plenty to see and do. We went to the usual - Niagara falls and recommend you do the works with one price to pay other than the skyline that goes over the falls further down the river. The Maid of the Mist is tremendous as you get really close to the falls which are lit up at night and during the summer hold a display of fireworks not to be missed but we went on the wrong day! Parking is opposite the falls with tremendous views across to the US and reasonably priced. We recommend a day or two as we had to squeeze it in for 1 day as our itinerary did not allow for more. Go to the Butterfly farm - exquisite with hundreds of different species and is uniquely the only one in Canada.