Manitoulin Island is a large lake island surrounded by the waters of Lake Huron in the picturesque scenery of northern Ontario, Canada. Here the outdoorsy holidaymaker will find more pursuits than they could possibly partake of in one trip, whilst history buffs will be fascinated by the deep sense of heritage and mixing First Nation and European settle culture that pervades the island.
With plenty of hiking and cycling trails to choose from you could take a different route every day to discover the wonders of the natural environment here. Ten Mile Point is worth a visit for its clear views that stretch for miles across forest and lake. Bridal Veil Falls is a beautiful waterfall near Kagawong and another idyllic spot that comes highly recommended.
To combine taking in the beauty of this place with learning about the history and cultures that have helped preserve it, the Great Spirit Circle Trail is a great option. These tours are hosted by people from communities indigenous to the area and provide a unique insight into the stunning island. The Canoe Heritage tour offers this perspective from the water and is surely a highlight.