Call of the Wild Adventures in Algonquin

Want to experience the Canadian wilderness?

Looking for fun winter or summer escape packages to Canada‘s Algonquin Park?

Look no further than Call of the Wild Adventures in Algonquin Park.

Call of the Wild Adventure Consultants

Since 1993, Call of the Wild has been offering a variety of summer and winter activities for young, old, shy and adventurous types in Algonquin Park. In 2001, they were a triple winner of the Canadian Tourism Commission’s “Best Winter Package” award.

With a “refreshing approach to eco-tourism,” with Call of the Wild, you experience Algonquin for what it was meant to be. Knowledgeable and experienced guides bring participants together to learn about the Canadian wilderness – and the adventure to be discovered within.

What’s So Great About These Adventures?

SnowshoesFrom winter snow activities and discovery packages to summer portaging trips, there’s something to do year -round. Diverse activities and packages are available for singles, couples, just the boys, just the girls, beginners, experts and group or family trips.

Trips and transportation to and from Toronto is available for an extra $125-130/person.

Winter Activities

The “Canadian Experience” is by far the most popular package and the award winner at Call of the Wild Adventures. This 3 day trip includes dog sledding, cross country skiing and snowshoeing in Algonquin Park.

Day trips, weekend, March Break and four-day dog sledding expeditions are available. Snowshoeing through Algonquin Park and following animal tracks is also offered (along with a GPS so you don’t get lost!). A Snowmobile Safari will take you through Algonquin or Haliburton to look for wolves, moose and bears (oh my!).

Fun Summer Activities

Canoes There’s nothing like spending a few days in Algonquin Park, a true display of Canada’s vast natural glory.

For a real adventure, try the “Fly In/Paddle Out” package that offers a four day trip in Temagami for groups. No roads lead come into this area. It is only accessible by air or by water.

From canoeing, portaging, hiking and camping overnight in Algonquin’s wilderness, there are three, four, and five day trips. A “Women Only” getaway and a “Men Only” getaway are also available for those needing to get away from any relational stress! Family or group trips at Call of the Wild’s EcoLodge are available for those who seek running water and a hot tub. Finally, you can also explore Algonquin by Horseback on a three day trip through various trails.

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