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Ontario Is Home To One Of The Most Magnificent Grottos In The World

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Ontario Is Home To One Of The Most Magnificent Grottos In The World

Ontario has an incredibly diverse natural landscape. It has stunning lakes, rolling hills, towering cliffs, lush forests, and even a spectacular grotto. In fact, its grotto has been included in a list of 11 Most Breathtaking Blue Grottos and Sea Caves In The World  for its crystal clear waters and enchanting play of colour.

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The Cyprus Lake Grotto is one of Ontario's most prized treasures. Every summer, its gorgeous rock formations and rich blue water attracts a multitude of people from all over the province. Although the water is rather frigid, courageous adventurers often still go for a swim inside the cave. The grotto is also a popular site for photographers.

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To get to the grotto, one would need to embark on a 30-minute hike on the 1.6-km Georgian Bay Trail, which takes you through the beautiful Bruce Peninsula National Park. Along the way, you'll see a extraordinary views of the Niagara Escarpment variety of wildlife, white, sandy shoreline of the nearby beach.

Plan your trip to the Cyprus Lake Grotto today! With a Parks Canada Discovery Pass, which you can get online for free, you'll be able to enjoy free admission to Bruce Peninsula National Park this year in celebration of Canada's 150th birthday.

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