GEORGIAN BAY ONTARIO: Great Lakes of Canada
Introduction: Why visit Georgian Bay in Ontario?
Georgian Bay in Ontario, often referred to as the sixth Great Lake (on top of the 5 Great Lakes of Canada-USA), features more than 30,000 islands!
It offers incredible natural beauty, majestic cliffs and clear blue water. All of these and more make Georgian Bay a top destination for relaxing and adventurous holidays.
Why visit Georgian Bay you ask? There are plenty of things to do in Georgian bay Ontario, from kayaking to swimming or diving there is something for everyone. Simply sit back and enjoy Georgian Bay’s sunset with a glass of wine or a cold beer!
You can rent a secluded cottage or a lake house for a weekend and spend your time exploring under and above the water – keep in mind this might not be a cheap/budget option. Camping in Georgian Bay is also possible, but you need to be prepared as you might encounter black bears or poisonous snakes!
On top of that it’s a paradise for outdoor and wildlife photography! Whether you are a pro with years of experience or an amateur looking to get the perfect Insta worthy shot, Georgian Bay Ontario is the place!
Georgian Bay Ontario: A photo Journey
Best time to visit Georgian Bay
High season in Georgina Bay is from June to August. The days are sunny and warm, the water is refreshing and there is planety of activities to do. Spring (April to May) and Autumn (September-October) are better for budget traveling. Temperatures are lower and the water is cold but you can enjoy beautiful sunsets and incredible autumn colours.
Over winter the lake freezes making travelling from and to the islands difficult if not impossible. Therefore visiting Georgina Bay during winter (November to March) is not recommended.
These pictures are worth a thousand worlds!
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