If you are looking at Canada holidays and are keen to truly get under the skin of the country, you should consider heading to Ontario - the perfect destination for plenty of culture, luxury, rest and relaxation.
As part of your Canada adventure in Ontario, you should head to some of the local wine regions.
If you make your way to the wineries of the Niagara Peninsula - of which there are more than 50 - you will be able to learn about the traditions behind Chateau des Charmes, Reif Estates, Inniskillin Wines and the Hillebrand Estate Winery, among others.
The oldest commercial grape-growing region in Canada is Lake Erie North Shore and Pelee Island, which has the same latitude as Bordeaux in France and northern California.
This could also be a great choice if you're keen to see some of the local countryside and wildlife, since it is home to Pont Pelee National Park.
It attracts around 300,000 visitors every year and is a great place to go for a spot of bird-watching. Keep your eyes open for Carolina wrens, flycatchers, red-bellied woodpeckers, yellow-breasted chats and blue-gray gnatcatchers, among many other species.
If you are keen to enjoy a bit of pampering while in this part of the country, you should head to one of the many spas that can be found here. You could opt for a moor mud bath at St Anne's Spa, which is designed to stimulate circulation and help detoxify your body.
Or you could go for a seaweed wrap at High Fields Country Inn and Spa. Here, you can enjoy a Rockweed exfoliation, a soothing massage and an Alaria warm body wrap.
If you are keen to do a bit more adventuring on your holiday, you should consider going on New York to Niagara Falls tours.
You can take in Manhattan and then head into upstate New York, going on a scenic drive through the Delaware Water Gap and the Poconos along the way.
Once you get to the falls, you could go on a classic Maid of the Mist boat ride, or take the more fast-paced Whirlpool Jet Boat Tour. You might also want to go souvenir shopping and spend one of your nights out at the Fallsview Casino.
Head to the Niagara Botanical Gardens for a lovely day out and make your way to the Skylon Tower back in Ontario for a brilliant view of the local area.
Keen to play a few rounds of golf before you head home? You will be pleased to hear that Ontario is considered a true golfing paradise. There are more than 800 courses in the region, including 12 of the top 20 in the whole of Canada.
If you're eager to hit a few balls outside of the city itself, you could find what you are looking for at the Black Bear Ridge Golf Course in Belleville, which is set in a truly stunning wooded park-esque locale.
The Ferns Golf & Country Club in Grey County could be another good choice for avid golfing enthusiasts.
You must also make sure you make the most of being in Ontario by soaking up some of the local art and culture. There are some great artefacts to be found here, such as the best canoe collection in the world at the Canadian Canoe Museum.
Elsewhere, you can find out all about some of the greatest Canadian artists at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection in Kleinburg.
If you are eager to see some live performances, you should head to the National Arts Centre in Ottawa, which welcomes all sorts of high-calibre artists through its doors and on to the stage.
It is the only bilingual, multidisciplinary performing arts centre in North America and is also one of the biggest in the world.
Love ballet? Why not take in a show by the National Ballet of Canada? This was established in 1951 and is the only ballet company in the country that puts on a complete range of traditional full-length classics.
The repertoire includes works by John Cranko, Rudolf Nureyev, Alexei Ratmansky and George Balanchine, among many others.
With so much to take in, Ontario should be top of your list for the ultimate Canadian holiday experience.