UNESCO Wants You to Experience These…

There are 18 UNESCO-designated World Biosphere Reserves in Canada alone, and four of those are in Ontario: Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve, Long Point Biosphere Reserve, Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve, and the Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve. World Biosphere Reserves are areas consisting of terrestrial, marine, and coastal ecosystems, and demonstrate the region’s geographic, ecological, economic, and […]
Georgian Bay/Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve

There are 18 UNESCO-designated World Biosphere Reserves in Canada alone, and four of those are in Ontario: Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve, Long Point Biosphere Reserve, Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve, and the Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve.

World Biosphere Reserves are areas consisting of terrestrial, marine, and coastal ecosystems, and demonstrate the region’s geographic, ecological, economic, and cultural diversity!

Of the four in Ontario, three of those have adopted the Amazing Places program, which began in the Fundy Biosphere Reserve, promoting ecotourism to breathtaking destinations, following Leave No Trace principles!

Amazing Places are fantastic bucket list locations, to begin your biosphere reserve adventures. Explore these, and of course discover your own as well!

Check out this article , published on ontariotravel.net, for some inspiration; cross suspension bridges spanning gorges, zip line through Carolinian forest, rock climb, glamp, visit historic sites & more!