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Leave behind the Toronto bustle for the remarkable natural beauty of Niagara Falls. On this full-day tour, start with a scenic drive through Niagara’s verdant wine region en route to the falls. Break for a buffet lunch before hopping on a Hornblower Niagara Cruises boat or the Journey Behind the Falls excursion, depending on the season. Cruise up Niagara River for up-close views of the awesome Horseshoe Falls (weather permitting) and then head to the Whirlpool Rapids observation deck. Top off your trip with a stop at a local winery.
Explore the border between Ontario and New York State and discover one of Canada’s most remarkable natural spectacles on this full-day Niagara Falls tour from Toronto. Travel by air-conditioned coach from Toronto to Niagara-on-the-Lake as your guide shares information on the magnificent falls’ geography and heritage. Stop on route to capture the rugged scenery on camera, and visit a winery to sample some of the region’s delicious wines. Explore Niagara Falls at your leisure, and including time to enjoy a meal overlooking the falls and a dramatic boat cruise!
Sample the top Toronto sights during this comprehensive tour with a small group. Travel with no more than 11 guests as you explore landmarks like the sky-high CN Tower (including an obligatory observation deck visit) and the mysterious Casa Loma gothic castle before enjoying a scenic harbor boat cruise with great views of the Toronto skyline. Visits to other Toronto attractions including St. Lawrence Market, Queen's Park, and much more as well as round-trip hotel transport, and skip-the-line entrance.
Discover the thrill of Niagara Falls on this full-day trip from Toronto. By water, watch and hear the thundering falls aboard the popular Hornblower cruise. By land, travel along the picturesque Niagara Parkway before stopping in the beautiful Niagara-on-the-Lake. Enjoy free time to explore on your own during this small-group tour limited to just 12 people, or upgrade to include a delicious lunch. Round-trip hotel transport by deluxe Mercedes-Benz Sprinter included.
Get a different perspective of the beautiful city of Toronto on this harbor front boat cruise. Set out from historic Pier 6 and look out at the glittering skyline which includes the CN Tower, Rogers Center, and First Canadian Place. Pass by Toronto Island and make a stop there in the summer months to explore this urban oasis. Your captain provides entertaining narration along the way.
See the spectacular Niagara Falls on a day trip from Toronto, and spend the day exploring the scenery, history, and locally-produced wines. This fun, flexible tour combines independent time at Niagara Falls with guided stops at the Niagara Whirlpool Rapids and the Niagara Parkway, plus a pause to stroll through pretty Niagara-on-the-Lake. With pickup and drop-off at select downtown Toronto hotels, a central meeting point in Mississauga, or Pearson Airport. Group size is limited for more personal service, and the day includes a Niagara Wine Region wine tasting.
Leave the bustle of Toronto behind and head to beautiful Niagara Falls on this full-day, guided, multi-experience excursion. Feel the mist on your face during an iconic Hornblower cruise at the base of the falls and visit the Journey Behind the Falls attraction for a unique view of the crashing waters. Snap some photos at the region’s top spots like Niagara-on-the-Lake, the Floral Clock, and the world’s smallest chapel.
Soak up some of Canada’s most incredible scenery during this seasonal day trip to Niagara Falls from Toronto. Check out spectacular views of Bridal Veil Falls, American Falls, Horseshoe Falls and the Niagara River from the 520-foot (160-meter) observation deck of Skylon Tower. Then feel the waterfalls’ awesome power from below during a dramatic boat ride on the Hornblower Cruise, and explore the cave-like tunnels behind the water on the Journey Behind the Falls. This small group trip, limited to 7 guests max, includes round-trip hotel transport and all admission fees.
Experience Niagara Falls by plane, boat and bus on this comprehensive 1-day tour from Toronto. Aboard a Cessna plane, take in aerial views of the Niagara Falls before flying tantalizingly close to the thundering cascades. Shop around the lovely town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, and get wet on a splashy boat cruise to the falls. Visit a biodynamic organic winery and savor the regional specialty, ice wine. Your bus is equipped with Wi-Fi and phone chargers, so you can upload images of your day in real time on social media.
If you want to trade the hustle and bustle of Toronto for an outing in the great Canadian wilderness—but don’t have the equipment or know-how to lead your own adventure—leave the planning to the pros with this guided camping tour to Algonquin Provincial Park. Explore the wilderness on a hike, sit around the fire to make s’mores, and even enjoy stargazing before tucking into your sleeping bag—all included with this hassle-free camping adventure.
Delve deep into the Ontario wilderness on this 4-day Algonquin Park canoe trip. Hop into your canoe and paddle into Algonquin Park with your guide. Keep a lookout for native bears, beavers and moose drinking or bathing on the shoreline, and enjoy breathtaking views over rural Canada. Swim in crystal-clear lakes and try your hand fishing for your dinner! Pitch your tent and gather firewood in the forests for warmth. After delicious meals round the camp fire, share stories of your days’ adventures and sleep soundly beneath starry skies.
Visit the pride of Prince Edward County, with its rolling sand dunes and temperate clear waters. You'll be left grinning from ear to ear as the city line disappears. Guests will have the opportunity to hike, swim, and either canoe/kayak or go wine tasting. No preparation needed, no equipment, not even a sleeping bag or pillow. Lake Fever offers budget travelers of all experience levels access to the great Canadian wilderness for a unique opportunity that would otherwise take a lot of planning and money to arrange. First-timers will learn the basics of camping. For international tourists, this can be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. However, we also service many Toronto locals, who do not have a vehicle and find the whole process of escaping the city to be a hassle.
Not without reason, Niagara Falls is one of the three most beautiful and famous waterfalls in the world. More than 15 million tourists visit it annually. It is located on the border between Canada and the USA and consists of three parts: horseshoe (Canadian waterfall), veil and American waterfall. The most beautiful part of the waterfall - the horseshoe (its width is about 800 meters) - is located on Canadian territory, attracting more than 15 million tourists annually. Here, a huge number of multi-colored spotlights are installed, which are illuminated by the waterfall at dusk.
Paddling a canoe is a truly Canadian Experience and the best way to explore the Toronto Islands. Our Voyageur Canoe is a replica of a historical canoes that were used some 300 hundred years ago by the first European settlers. The Toronto Islands archipelago has a network of lagoons and waterways that are ideal for canoeing and watching the wild life.
Welcome to the land of a thousand lakes, rocky ridges and strawberry sunsets. Join us for 3 days to explore the sheer vastness that is Algonquin Provincial Park, and you'll experience the natural beauty that people have been talking about worldwide. At Algonquin, campers should be prepared to swim sun-kissed waters, hike to a breath-taking lookout, and canoe/kayak (optional). No guest preparation is needed, no equipment, not even a sleeping bag, pad, or pillow. Budget travelers can enjoy free transportation, 3 square meals, a good old fashioned campfire, and best of all, campers gain access to the great Canadian wilderness, for a trip that would otherwise take a lot of planning and money to arrange (not to worry, first-timers will learn the basics of camping). Check Algonquin Provincial Park off of your bucket list. Who knows, this may be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
By booking the Experience Toronto Tour, you can fully immerse yourself into an exciting day in Toronto. The tour gets you up close and personal with the hidden gems as well as the major sights, and also offers the use of a professional guide and tour owner.
Experience Toronto Tour is for everyone!
This fully packed half day will last between 3 and 4 hours, and leave guests with a complete overview of Toronto. We will learn about early history, modern Toronto, see the world's number 1 food market as deemed by National Geographic in 2012, have a ferry ride to the Toronto Islands, and so much more!