Description of Activities:
Summer Program 2017
Canada’s Wonderland Canada’s Wonderland is Canada’s first and largest theme park featuring over 200 attractions, 68 thrilling rides, North America’s greatest variety of roller coasters, Splash Works, a 20-acre water park and live shows. At 306 feet (93.27 m) in the air, Leviathan is the tallest ride in the park, dropping riders at an intense 80 degree angle. Behemoth has eight extreme drops, open air seating, high speed twists, turns and loops. The daring may want to be lifted 23 stories high and then dropped at 100 kilometres per hour aboard Drop Tower. (www.canadaswonderland.com) Niagara Falls / Marineland Our day will begin at Marineland to visit many types of marine wildlife as well as other attractions (www.marinelandcanada.com) . Then, prepare to be
awed by the mighty grandeur of Niagara Falls – rightly considered one of the world’s greatest natural wonders. You will feel your heart quicken as you cruise right into the basin of the famed Niagara Falls aboard a Hornblower cruise boat. (www.niagaracruises.com)
CN Tower and Toronto Islands The CN Tower is the World’s Tallest Building, at a height of 553.33m (1,815 ft., 5 inches) it is an important telecommunications hub, and the centre of tourism in Toronto. Each year, approximately 2 million people visit CN Tower to take in the breathtaking view and enjoy all of the attactions the CN Tower has to offer. (www.cntower.ca) Relax for a few hours at the Toronto Islands. Travel across Lake Ontario by ferry or canoe, and enjoy the 825 acres park. Visitors can enjoy the beaches, visit Centre Island Park, and observe a variety of wildlife species.
3 and 4 Week Study Vacation Programs July and August
Grand River Rafting Grand River Rafting offers one of the most unique outdoor wilderness tours on the Grand River, and is great for beginners or more experienced rafters. Our students will enjoy a full day on the Grand River with a guided paddling trip that includes educational teaching on edible plants and trees, First Nations history and fish and wildlife, as well as body surfing, drinking from springs and lunch on the river!
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