9 Hidden Locations in Canada

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6) Drink wine and go twitching on Pelee Island, Ontario

The southernmost populated place in Canada, tiny Pelee Island is located in the western part of Lake Erie. Apart from the mild climate, gorgeous scenery and laid-back charm, Pelee Island is notable for two things, wine and birds. Pelee Island has long been used for vineyards and wine-making and is a place relatively untouched by tourism where wine-lovers can indulge themselves in peace. Great for twitchers too, Pelee Island is an important flyway point for birds migrating south. Hunters can get in on the action with a historic fall pheasant hunt that attracts tourists from all over the US and Canada. For the less trigger-happy, Pelee Island is a great cycling spot and a ferry service connects Pelee Island to Point Pelee National Park.

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