Discover one of the world’s most famous waterfalls on this Niagara Falls day tour from Toronto. Explore the boutiques and cafes of Niagara-on-the-lake at your leisure. Take a scenic drive along the Niagara Parkway with your guide. Admire top regional attractions such as the Brock Monument and the floral clock. Visit a local winery estate and sample three of the delicious wines for which the Niagara region is famous. Spend about three hours exploring the Niagara Falls site and marvel at the swirling, surging flow.
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!
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. 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.
Discover one of Canada’s top attractions and sample fine local wines on this full-day Niagara Falls tour including wine-tasting from Toronto. Following a pickup from your Toronto hotel, travel with your guide by coach to the historic town of Niagara-on-the-Lake. Enjoy free time to shop and sightsee, then head onward to Niagara Falls. Explore the area at your leisure and marvel at the falls’ impressive power. Afterward, visit a winery to taste some of the wines for which Niagara is famous, and gain insight into their distinct flavors and aromas.
Get to know Toronto’s Distillery District on this walking tour that’s easy on the wallet. A guide takes you around the Victorian Industrial architecture, sharing history and entertaining anecdotes along the way. Hear about business intrigue and the company that became the world's largest distillery. Tastings of beer and chocolate round out your tour.
Pair history with food tastings, and you have this entertaining walking tour in Old Toronto and the St. Lawrence Market. A guide takes you through the market to a variety of vendors to sample delicacies, such as Jewish bagels, Ukrainian pierogies, Portuguese treats, Indian candy, local cheeses, and the peameal bacon sandwich—enjoyed by chef-celebrities such as Guy Fieri, Emeril Lagasse, and Anthony Bourdain. Along the way, hear about Toronto’s abolitionist movement, the clown riots, and the underground whiskey tunnel during prohibition.
Discover how Canadian beer aligns with the history of Toronto on this guided small-group walking tour. Roam through the streets of Old Town Toronto, learning how beer played a role in the city’s past while visiting three classic Toronto pubs. Enjoy a beer tasting at the popular Mill Street Brewery. Then visit the St. Lawrence Market, with over 100 vendors, bakers, butchers and artisans, to sample a variety of Canadian specialties, followed by a tour of the trendy Distillery District, one of Canada’s hottest tourist attractions.
We are the founders and curators of loveOttawa, a photographic social media project that celebrates Ottawa, along with its rich and dynamic community.As connoisseurs of the great things that make our city so special, our exclusive photowalks not only highlight and celebrate our city’s beauty but also its many hidden gems, generous spirit and wonderful people. On this photo tour, you’ll take home not only memorable imagery of what you’ve seen, but also come away with the importance of looking at the familiar with curious and creative eyes.
Let Ottawa’s supernatural history capture your attention on this ghost walk and tour of the Old Carleton County Jail. Alongside a costumed guide, visit haunted spots such as Canada’s last functioning gallows and Carleton County Jail—now a haunted hostel—and listen to terrifying tales of unlawful hangings, faceless ghosts, and infamous assassinations. Choose from two departure times.
Taste your way through Kensington Market, home to one of the most diverse food scenes in Toronto. Visitors are often overwhelmed by choice if exploring alone. Instead, join a guide and head straight to the area’s best eateries, where you skip notoriously long lines to sample at least 6 international cuisines—from Tibetan momos to Jamaican patties.
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.
Toronto’s Chinatown is both authentic and dynamic, but it can sometimes be overwhelming. We have curated a food crawl of the best, and most diverse dumplings from China’s various regions for you to feast upon. Learn the names of iconic dim sum classics, try the famously juicy soup dumplings, and get a glimpse of what is to come at a modern tea house. Dust off your chopstick skills and dive in.
Discover many of Toronto’s top landmarks in just a couple hours—and learn all about the city’s history, from the region’s indigenous communities up until the present day—on this introductory walking tour. Meet your guide at Union Station, discover York (once its own standalone city), admire the CN Tower, navigate the PATH system, and more; you’ll walk roughly 1.5 miles (2.5 kilometers) in total. As you go, your guide will share the stories behind the sights, and episodes from Toronto’s history.
The Canadian capital is known for its historic landmarks, world-class museums, and riverfront parklands, but most travelers only get to see the highlights. On this tour, discover the city through the eyes of an Ottawa local and enjoy a personalized itinerary custom-made for you. Your ‘Lokafyer’ guide is no typical tour guide—instead, they will show you around the city like a friend and take you to the neighborhoods, museums, markets, and restaurants that they know and love.
Get a true taste of Niagara-on-the-Lake with this 2.5-hour food tour. Sample savory and sweet delights at some of the city's best kept culinary secrets. Follow a guide and listen to commentary that incorporates local history, culture, and cuisine. Whether it's traditional Irish stew or hot chocolate, enjoy treats along the way, all included with your ticket. Top it off with a visit to an inn near Lake Ontario with incredible views and plenty more to eat.
Discover Toronto's roots on this six-hour walking tour that traces the city's beginnings as York, the second capital of Upper Canada, and charts its journey into the multicultural metropolis it is today. Explore the St-Lawrence Market, rated as one of the best market in the World. Then step back in the 1850’s as we wonder the cobble stone streets of the Distillery District. In the Afternoon we will check out Toronto's less buttoned-down neighbourhoods. Hunt for treasures in quirky Kensington Market, explore Toronto trendy art scene and walk hip Queen Street West to colourful Graffiti Alley. Tales of the City's sometimes old past - add a dimension of character to some of the city's unique areas. We include morning coffee/tea, an evening drink as well as lunch and tastings of local delicacies for a complete local experience of the city.
Explore Niagara’s winemaking heritage on this 45-minute Konzelmann Estate winery tour in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Visit the Konzelmann Estate winery on the fertile shores of Lake Ontario. During your 45-minute tour, follow your guide through the winery and gain insight into the winemaking process. Hear how it all began with German winemaker Herbert Konzelmann in 1984, and learn of the many international accolades the winery has won. Sample grape varietals for which the estate is famous, such as pinot noir and merlot, and appreciate the complex flavors in your glass.
Experience Sunday brunch, Toronto-style, on this food walking tour through King and Queen West, recently named by ‘Vogue’ magazine as one of the world's hippest neighborhoods. Join other Torontonians in this weekend ritual, as you kick things off with ‘wake up juice’ (coffee) and a croissant hot out of the oven. Round out the feast with an Italian Bomba, eggs benedict, a mean boa, and a Bloody Caesar—a classic Canadian cocktail. And of course, no brunch is complete without a mimosa.
Experience the cultural flavor of Ontario on a food-lover's 3-hour walking tour through Niagara-on-the-Lake! In a small-group, take a sensory journey to unique restaurants and meet the superstars behind the food scene. Sample tasty seasonal bites that may include spanakopita, artisanal prosciutto, fresh breads or homemade apple pie. Experience the multicultural flair of Niagara cuisine while you explore local foodie hotspots.
Spending time in Toronto’s Distillery District is a Holiday tradition. As are ghost stories, such as Charles Dickens’ seasonal classic, “A Christmas Carol.” This December, wander the cobblestone streets of the Distillery with us as we share its spine-tingling stories and explore some of the more unusual and unsettling Holiday traditions from around the world.
Take a journey through over 300 years of Toronto history, seeing how this city went from a small muddy frontier fort to becoming the cultural and financial capital of Canada.Walk in the footsteps of First Nation trading paths, Bay Street bankers, and the heart of the downtown quarter as you gaze up at the CN Tower. End the tour at the world famous St. Lawrence Market in time for lunch, grab a peameal bacon sandwich, and learn why Toronto got the nickname “Hogtown.”
Discover the culinary delights of Kensington Market on this 3-hour food walking tour in Toronto. Bordered by Little Italy and Chinatown, Kensington Market boasts a multiculturalism that is reflected in the variety of its cuisine. Follow an in-the-know guide and taste everything from jerk chicken and empanadas to good old Canadian comfort food. You’ll visit eateries popular with locals and learn about the city’s history along the way.
The 40 heritage buildings that call Toronto’s Distillery Historic District home encompass a dark and gruesome history. Delve into the area’s spine-chilling past on this ghost walk led by a costumed historian or dramatist. Visit haunted sites such as the ironically named Friendship House, hear tales about flickering lights and moving furniture, and prepare to be spooked.
Calling all travelers fascinated by ghostly and gruesome histories, this haunted walking tour reveals Kingston’s historical monuments through the art of storytelling. A costumed guide leads you to the spookiest spots by lantern light and reveals chilling tales of grave robbing, restless souls, and tragic murders. Choose from start times to suit your schedule best.