The Bruce Peninsula region is located along the Southern Ontario Niagara Escarpment, between Georgian Bay and Lake Huron. This beautiful area has crystal clear waters which draw tourists from all over the world. Specifically, Tobermory is famous for its shallow shipwrecks in Big Tub Harbour which can be explored by swimmers and snorkelers.
The turquoise water is a lovely backdrop for dining, shopping and boating. There are also a variety of day hikes and tours which visitors can enjoy through their time in the Bruce Peninsula. During the winter, Tobermory boasts a range of different experiences, including cross-country skiing, skating and snowmobiling among other things.