A private tour is the most convenient and comfortable way to visit all these wonderful Canadian cities.
Blue Mountain Private Tour
Year-round, Toronto's backyard playground!
Located Northwest of Toronto, Georgian Bay is a section of Lake Huron, as well as the southern part of the Great Canadian Shield.
First explored and mapped by Samuel De Champlain at the beginning of the 1600s, the coastlines of Georgian Bay were a key trading route and named after King George IV in the early 1800s. Declared, as a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 2004. Georgian Bay is surrounded by the natural beauty between Lake Huron and the geological “Blue Mountains Formation”. This charming village is truly an all-seasons destination resort and offers a vast array of activities for everyone.
In about 90 minutes from Toronto, Blue Mountain village is at the foot of the mountain. Whitin a few steps passing by some charming buildings, you will arrive at the entrance to board the open-air gondola where you can purchase your admission up to the summit. Once at the top, the breathtaking views of Georgian Bay will overtake your senses with the majestic beauty of the scenery. You will be looking at what is considered as the second largest of the great lakes. Continuing with the tour, a visit to Wasaga beach which is the longest freshwater beach in the world at 14 Km in length. On the way back to Toronto, enjoy the evening colours reflected on the rolling hills of Ontario. Some of the sites you will enjoy are:
- The Village of Blue Mountain
- The open-air gondola to the summit
- The trails at the top of the mountain
- The breathtaking views of Georgian Bay
- The immensity of Wasaga Beach
- The scenery of Ontario’s rolling hills (a bit of England in Canada)
This tour operates year around
- Private transportation on an A/C vehicle
- Private Tour Guide in English o Español ou Português
- All fuel and parking costs
- Bottled water for all travellers
- Downtown Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Meals and beverages
- Admission fees to attractions
- Personal expenses