Toronto Island Tour


 4 hours 



Escape to another world

Just minutes from the busy, bustling downtown core of the city you’ll find the Toronto Islands–a five-kilometre oasis of 15 interconnected islands that locals have been escaping to for fun, relaxation and tranquility for over 200 years. Embark on this Toronto Islands bike tour and explore the beauty of the islands, the history and attractions, a quaint cottage enclave which is the largest car-free community in North America and stunning views of the City skyline.

The Islands are a popular destination during the spring and summer months, but are largely forgotten by locals and visitors during the fall and winter – a great time to experience the serenity of the Islands in a way that very few locals do!  We provide cycling blankets (ponchos) and gloves to keep you warm. All of this means fall and winter are a wonderful time to take our Islands Bike Tour!

Highlights of this tour include:
   A short ferry ride across the harbour
   Explore the largest car-free community in North America
   Visit historic landmarks such as the Gibraltar Point Lighthouse and the Royal Canadian Yacht Club
   Beautiful scenery: parks, charming cottages, boardwalk, beaches, pier and Lake Ontario
   Intriguing stories about the people and events from the islands’ remarkable history
   Stunning views of the City’s skyline

Tour Information


Near Dundas & University

Cost From

Guided   C$ 70


Use of a bicycle with front and back lights, helmet, safety vest, water, snacks, ferry ticket and tour guide(s)


13% taxes


Available as a private tour Available as a Twilight Bike Tour too


Children are welcome when accompanied by a parent/guardian. Reservations required.
Child Pricing: age 8-11: from $55.50, age 5-7: from $41, age 1-4: $22.50


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