If you've got a head for heights, you'll be in your element in Ontario. There's all sorts to do up in the Air.
Take a Walk in the Clouds in Haliburton Forest
This isn’t just any canopy adventure; this is the longest treetop board walk in the world. Wind through the treetops some 10-20 meters above the forest floor and enjoy a spectacular view across the lakes and forests of Ontario. From river basin to tree top, the tour takes in all the splendour that nature has to offer. Not for those with vertigo!
Useful Links: Haliburton Forest & Wildlife Reserve
Witness Niagara Falls from Above
Hop onboard a helicopter for a tour of the Thundering Niagara Falls from above. Combine adventure with spectacular views of the world famous Niagara Falls. Zoom over whirlpool rapids, the curve of the Horseshoe Falls, past the Skylon Tower and back on this adventure of a lifetime. Cameras essential! Special occasion? Pop the question in your very own chartered helicopter!
Fly-in and Cast a Line on a Float Plane Fishing Trip
Climb aboard your own float plane and head to untouched prime fishing spots, only accessible by air, and experience a fishing trip like no other in Ontario. Land on a lake close to nowhere and prepare to do battle with gargantuan game fish like the northern pike or the monster muskie and speckled trout, Small Mouth Bass, Pike and lots more. Whether fly-fishing or spin fishing is your bag, fishing in Ontario is world-class.
Useful Links: Go Fish Ontario
Have Dinner in the Clouds at the Top of the CN Tower in Toronto
The view from the tallest tower in the world, the CN Tower, is breathtaking on a clear day and the 360 degree view can be enjoyed without you having to move! The World’s highest restaurant, aptly named 360, serves up gourmet cuisine, with a magnificent revolving view of Toronto more than 351 metres (1,151 ft) below. To top it off, your trip to the top of the tower is free with the purchase of a main course. Make your way to the top and tuck in!
Useful Links: CN Tower
Witness the Migration of the Monarch Butterfly in Point Pelee
For a few special days in the autumn, the Migration of the Monarch Butterfly stops in Point Pelee National Park to feed on the way to Mexico - a 3000 km journey. Why? They only eat Milkweed, which is abundant in Ontario. They begin one of nature's greatest journeys by crossing Lake Erie. They cannot linger, for their destination is some 3000 km further south in the mountains of central Mexico, but the spectacle is simply amazing for any wildlife enthusiast.