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Welcome to Northwestern Ontario Canada
and to the North Western Ontario Tourism Association Website.
Use our site to find information about local services and attractions.


2015 Annual Spring NWOTA Meeting  
Thursday, April 30

10:00 am - 3:00 pm
at the Emo Inn, Emo, Ontario

If you are a tourism business or have an interest in tourism in NW Ontario please plan on attending


Are you an area business operator looking for information or 
interested in becoming a NWOTA member?
HERE for more membership information.

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INFORMATION FOR TRAVELLERS: Restriction on live birds, eggs, raw poultry products, raw pet foods....... 
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Northwestern Ontario, Canada... though often thought of and referred to as one of the prime fishing and hunting destinations in the world, has more and often ignored exciting attractions. Many people visit just to experience the pristine wilderness, the clean freshwater lakes and to view the abundance of wildlife that may appear around every corner. With literally thousands of lakes to choose from and thousands of acres of unspoiled wilderness to visit, you can be assured of a vacation of a lifetime. While viewing ancient Indian pictographs painted on rock walls you may be surprised at a whitetail deer watching you with curiosity and what seems like no fear.  Listen to the mournful cry of the loon; don't be surprised to see one pop out of the water near enough to you to see the young chick swimming with it. Black bears, Moose, Geese and a variety of ducks are also common sightings as are beaver, otter, muskrats and other small game. With the great selection of cities, towns and resorts to visit, you can rest assured, Northwestern Ontario Canada is your best choice for your next vacation. Stay in comfort and luxury 5 star resorts, or modern hotel and motels or stay on the wild side at rustic log cabin resorts in the wilderness. Remember the choice is yours... and we are here to fulfill your wildest dreams. Visit our member resorts and businesses by clicking on the "Travel Info" button on the left side menu.

Thank you for visiting!

As of June 1, 2009, anyone entering into the U.S. will be required to present proof of identification.
Acceptable forms of Identification (PDF) by U.S. Customs & Border Protection.