Why everyone visits this unbelievable natural grotto north of Toronto (PHOTOS)

Jun 25 2019, 5:10 pm

You have to see it believe it. This natural beauty is something you have to experience in person, and it’s just a four-hour drive from Toronto.

The Grotto at the Bruce Peninsula National Park is unlike any shoreline you’ll see in Ontario. The area, which is known for its clear blue water, has a sea cave that simply can’t be missed.

Near the town of Tobermory, The Grotto is known as one of the top tourist attractions in the province. It’s a natural wonder and a memorable place to experience Ontario as you’ve never seen it before.

It does get busy here, especially over the summer months, so be sure to plan in advance.

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Look for the Georgian Bay Trail around the park and head toward Indian Cove (where you’ll find a great place to swim and set up for the day). Five minutes further down the trail and you’ll find “natural” signs for the grotto — we say natural as there are no park signs, stairs, or handrails to help you down.

But hey, if you want to do something epic, sometimes you have to be willing to take a risk.

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