If you have been thinking of the next destination for your vacation and by some chance, you happen to stumble upon or even think of going to Toronto, Canada, then this listing of things to do alone in Toronto is for you! Be sure to book these tours early to avoid disappointment.
Spanning approximately five hours, this Toronto tour has only a max of 11 people per tour. Explore the sights including, but not limited to, the towering CN Tower which also includes the observation deck visit where you can admire Toronto from a height! Among the places which will be visited during the tour is Casa Loma—Spanish for “Hill House”— boasting a gothic architecture. Of course, you have to meet with your tour guide. This trip is inclusive of a roundtrip hotel transport and a priority entrance in its tour locations. Other Toronto landmarks you will visit are the Dundas Square, Chinatown, St. Lawrence Market, and Eaton Centre!
Ultimate Toronto Tour
Number of Reviews 123
Made up of three falls, Niagara Falls offers another kind of attraction away from the sound of Toronto. An eight-hour tour and also inclusive of hotel pick-up and drop-off, the trip passes Niagara’s wine region before going on a buffet lunch and then going on board the Hornblower Niagara Cruises Boat. If the weather permits, you may opt to get a close-up experience of the Horseshoe Falls before your group heads to the observation deck in Whirlpool Rapids! At the end of the day, your tour shall end with a local wine-tasting - a perfect way to end a tiring but remarkable trip.
Niagara Falls Day Trip from Toronto
Duration 9 hours 30 minutes
Number of Reviews 479
On this supervised two-hour tour, guests will get to see the diversity of culture in Toronto while touring Kensington Market and Chinatown. Visit locally-owned shops and buy a trinket or two before heading home or get small bites to share with your small group. Wander the lanes of Kensington Market and Chinatown on foot and see for yourself the stunning graffiti and street art on its walls.
Small-Group Walking Tour of Toronto's Kensington Market and Chinatown
Duration 2 hours
Number of Reviews 33
Tour the Distillery District on a Segway. You’ll be instructed on how to use these little contraptions and will get safety gear before you take to the streets of the old and historic Distillery District. On the Segway, you will glide over pedestrian-only alleys and lanes. The 30-minute tour is brief but loaded with sights to visit. On this tour, you will see various artisan shops, galleries, pubs and cafes, and even award-winning restaurants! More importantly, this tour will also go past the once largest alcoholic beverages distiller in Canada, the old Gooderham and Worts.
30-Minute Distillery District Segway Tour in Toronto
Duration 30 minutes
Number of Reviews 30
Taking approximately three hours, this food and history trip in Old Toronto and St. Lawrence Market will satiate your thirst for knowledge and hunger for Toronto’s flavors. Go through the aisles of vendors and their shops and try out their local delicacies that will surely tingle your taste buds. Enjoy meals once eaten and loved by known personalities such as the late Anthony Bourdain! Go from one vendor to another and get a taste of Jewish bagels, Portugese delicacies, Indian sweet treats, locally made artisan flavors and more! And while on your tour, hear about the local stories surrounding the rich history of Old Toronto.
St. Lawrence Market and Old Toronto Food Tour
Number of Reviews 13
Beginning when the sun sets, this tour is ideal for those who want a different kind of tour and want to be a bit adventurous. Paddle with ease and relaxation under the Algonquin Bridge past the boat houses on the first few minutes of the tour and later on arrive at the Sunfish Cut shoals. After sunset, light up your Torch Paddle to add that extra glimmer in the night waters! A one of a kind night adventure, this tour takes you to Toronto Island’s hidden gems, for instance, the Snug Harbour and one of the hidden passageways in Toronto, the Turtle Alley.
Toronto Island Night SUP Adventure
Duration 2 hours
Number of Reviews
Book this tour and get to see the famous landmarks of Toronto while on a cruise! This tour boasts an open-air observation deck and air-conditioned cabins in the ship where you can enjoy the fantastic view of the Toronto horizon! Get a panoramic view of CN Tower, HTO Beach, the Sugar Beach, and even the Gibraltar Point Lighthouse in this 45-minute cruise.
Toronto Harbour Sightseeing Cruise
Duration 45 minutes
Number of Reviews 12
Get ready to take over the streets of Toronto as your tour departs from Union Station in Downtown Toronto. Hear stories from your guides on some of the “most active” places where ghosts or other entities thrive. Hear the eerie and creepy stories of strange happenings in Toronto among which are the Ambrose Small disappearance, the haunted theaters of Toronto, and the Hockey Hall of Fame haunting. The most popular tale is the dark and creepy history of the Mackenzie House, one of the historic buildings of Toronto and the final home to the first mayor of the city. This is believed to be a place where entities thrive.
Original Haunted Walk of Toronto
Duration 90 minutes
Number of Reviews 12
Feel refreshed in this three-day tour in the Algonquin Park. Try out different activities from canoeing to hiking! No photo can truly capture the beauty of such a picturesque landscape worthy to be seen by the naked eye. Watch for wildlife as you walk or as you just stare deep into the woods. Stop for a picnic lunch and drown yourself in some delicious barbecue by dinner time! Swim in Silent Lake Provincial Park and entice your eyes with views from the Dorset lookout tower. Algonquin Park, to put it simply, is more than what you expect from a park and a clear standout from the tour you would be expecting.
3-Day Beaver Tour in Algonquin Park
Duration 3 days
Number of Reviews
Ideal for people who love to eat pork, this three-hour tour brings you to the process of how pigs land on our dinner plates. Attendees will be brought to the butcher shop for a tour and discussion on ethical farming of pigs. Afterward, the tour will move to three restaurants for a tasting of pig dishes, prepared in three different ways. Aside from the food adventure, guests will also be able to gain a new perspective on eating pork and even a short history lesson on why the town is named Hogstown.
When Pigs Fry: Walking Food Tour of Toronto's Hogtown History
Duration 3 hours
Number of Reviews 7
Indeed, Toronto has a lot to offer, much more than the renowned CN Tower and the majestic views from its observation deck. It brings you a diversity of cultures and a welcoming spirit. Discover Toronto and experience an unforgettable vacation.
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