This tour definitely is experiencing Toronto in another way. This is a 1 " hour Toronto Harbor tour with live narration that sets you out on a boat cruise and make you admire the beautiful skyline of Toronto iconic and historical attractions. You will sail and hear stories of places like the iconic CN Tower, Rogers Center and the First Canadian Place. Also, you will make waves on the waterways pass the Toronto Island and probably stop over to explore the urban region. But most importantly, the tour guide will provide you with live narration that includes great stories of icons and entertaining histories of places and monuments seen. There will also be interactive moments as you sail on the water, isn't that interesting?
The boat cruise is characterized with awesome staff and amazing captain and crew, who will complement the tour experience with great customer service. This 1 " hour Toronto Harbor Tour contains live narration of the olden and modern ages of Toronto city and Canada as a whole. On this tour also, you will sail the waterways to Hanlan's Point Beech where you will be chanced to see part of Hanlan's Point Island and the history behind its existence. This is a small group tour and it is limited to 10 people per booking and a minimum of 2 people. Once you book, you will receive instant confirmation on email to confirm your booking. However, everyone can participate but tour is not wheelchair accessible.
The trip was a good one and everyone enjoyed every minute spent on the tour. Travelers could not stop rendering words to qualify the overwhelming tour experience they had. It is highly recommendable because the comments from travelers are of great commendations. The tour guide also have never been left out in the comment of many tourists who embarked on this tour. Some also give kudos to the boat staff (the captain and crew), which means staff on " board made the tour a memorable one. The boat trip and live narration is undoubtedly the best serene tour in the city of Toronto and its environs. Go for it now.