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You Can Dine Under The Stars At This Gorgeous Vineyard In Ontario

Ontario is a prime destination for stargazing at night. On top of its plethora of pollution-free dark sky reserves, it also has a variety of unique locations that take the stargazing experience to new levels.

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In the town of St. Williams, a popular wilderness resort called Long Point Eco-Adventures offers a cool stargazing adventure that takes place in a gorgeous vineyard. Far from the hustle and bustle of the city, the vineyard offers a vast display of the sky that simply cannot be replicated in an urban park.

The romantic getaway begins with a tour of the winery's vineyard and facilities, followed by a segmented wine tasting of three award-winning house wines. A gourmet dinner is then enjoyed in the picturesque vineyards, under the start-studded night sky.

Those who would like to take a closer look at the constellations can do so using the site's state-of-the-art Schmidt Cassegrain Meade telescope, which provides sharp images of nebulas and other interesting celestial objects.

Packages for this event are offered up until October 28, 2017 and prices start at $164. Such covers the cost of the aforementioned activities, transportation and double occupancy accommodations.

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Book your stargazing adventure through Ontario Travel or Long Point Eco-Adventures today!

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