Toronto Islands Morning Bike Tour

Highlights

  • Meet and greet the local tour guide and the rest of the small group near the front entrance of the Village by the Grange in downtown Toronto. There will be a brief introduction to Toronto before beginning the approximately 3.5-hour ride around Toronto’s eastern islands. The tour begins with a brief ferry ride across the Inner Harbour to the eastern Toronto Islands, where bicycles are preferred in this, the largest car-free community in North America. See historic landmarks like the Gibraltar Point Lighthouse, the oldest existing lighthouse on the Great Lakes and one of Toronto's oldest buildings, and the Royal Canadian Yacht Club, one of the world’s oldest and largest yacht clubs. Then stop for a snack and admire Toronto’s waterfront parks and beaches, as well as a breathtaking panoramic view of the city skyline. Throughout the tour, the guide will provide information about the history of the islands over the past 200 years as well as its role as a residential community, recreation spot, transportation hub, scenic retreat — even a sporting facility. The tour ends back near the Village by the Grange.

Summary

Meet and greet the local tour guide and the rest of the small group near the front entrance of the Village by the Grange in downtown Toronto. There will be a brief introduction to Toronto before beginning the approximately 3.5-hour ride around Toronto’s eastern islands. The tour begins with a brief ferry ride across the Inner Harbour to the eastern Toronto Islands, where bicycles are preferred in this, the largest car-free community in North America. See historic landmarks like the Gibraltar Point Lighthouse, the oldest existing lighthouse on the Great Lakes and one of Toronto's oldest buildings, and the Royal Canadian Yacht Club, one of the world’s oldest and largest yacht clubs. Then stop for a snack and admire Toronto’s waterfront parks and beaches, as well as a breathtaking panoramic view of the city skyline. Throughout the tour, the guide will provide information about the history of the islands over the past 200 years as well as its role as a residential community, recreation spot, transportation hub, scenic retreat — even a sporting facility. The tour ends back near the Village by the Grange.

Tour info

Duration
3 hours 30 minutes
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Why take this tour?

Enjoy a 3.5-hour morning bicycle tour across the beautiful Toronto Islands. Explore the largest car-free community in North America, and enjoy incredible views of Toronto's majestic skyline. Along the way, get to know this unique Toronto neighborhood through sights and stories.

What’s included?

  • Bottled water

  • Local guide

  • Use of bicycle

  • Use of helmet

  • Snacks

  • Gratuities

Frequently asked questions

Things to know

Before you book

  • Duration: 3h 30m

  • Mobile tickets accepted

  • Instant confirmation

Covid Policy

  • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff

Our entire check-in process will take place online, including waiver signing, prior to departure, to eliminate any physical contact.

Cancellation Policy

    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

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Take a ride with Toronto Bicycle Tours and you’ll have a fantastic, fun time while gaining a deeper appreciation for Toronto, its people, culture, history and food. Our rides are perfect for guests of all abilities and ages, including kids. In fact, you can come along even if you can’t ride a bike (on one of our tandem bikes). We can also accomodate private groups of 2 to 60+. Tours include bicycle, helmet, water, snacks, lunch (on full day tours) and a tour guide - of course! Tours offered year round. No matter what time of year you’re visiting Toronto, you can always embark on a tour with Toronto Bicycle Tours! We also offer bike rentals for self guided sight-seeing.

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