Bruce Peninsula & Flowerpot Island, July 13th & Aug. 10th, 2019

Bruce Peninsula & Flowerpot Island, July 13th & Aug. 10th, 2019

price CAD $149.00

Join us for a dream day trip to the Beautiful Peninsula and Flowerpot Island 

Tobermory is a harbour village on the Bruce Peninsula in the province of Ontario. Join us for a dream day trip to the Beautiful Peninsula and Flowerpot Island

Bus Tour from Toronto 
Duration: 13 hours approx.

********ITINERARY ********  
7.00 AM: Departure from Finch subway station –  Yonge St./Bishop Ave
​- Heading toward Tobermory, located in 290 kilometers (about 3 hours and a half) away, north of Toronto.
- One on-route stop for coffee and washrom. 
​12:45 PM: Having lunch for an hour at a local restaurant in Tobermory.
1:45   PM: Arriving at the dock to get onboard the boat
​2:10   PM: Wonderful cruise for an hour
​3:10   PM: Arriving in the Flowerpot Island, and begin to visit the scenic spots of the Island 
​5:00   PM: Preparation at the dock to get onboard the boat to retun to Tobermory 
​5:20   PM: Heading toward back to Tobermory on boat 
5:50   PM: Arriving at the dock in Tobermory
​6:00   PM  Get on the bus and return to Toronto
10:00 PM: Ariving at Finch Subway Station (Regular traffic)

$149+HST – Adult
$129+HST – Children under 10 years old

Departure date:
Saturday, July 13th, 2019
​Saturday, August 10, 2019 


  • Round trip transportation on a deluxe Highway Coach or Van.
  • Accompanying Persian and English Speaking Tour Director   
  • All visits mentioned in the program
  • A 1-hour cruise in the heart of Bruce Peninsula with a glass bottom boat
  • 3-course Lunch  
  • Complimentary bottled water during the trip 

 NOT included
 Tip to the driver ($5 per person is appreciated)

This tour is a bilingual tour (Farsi/English).  All the  announcements are in Farsi & English during the tour.
Reduced rates apply for children aged 2-10
Rah Tours standard terms and conditions apply

PICK- UP Location / PARKING 
7.00 AM: Pick-up location: Finch subway station – Yonge St./Bishop Ave (east of Yonge St. 30 meters on Bishop Ave) – GPS Address: Bishop Ave, Toronto, ON M2M 4J4. IF YOU NEED TO PARK YOUR CAR: There is a large Parking Lot at Bishop/Willowdale. You need to park at the end of parking (the closest section to Yonge Street) to be very close to our pick-up location. This pickup location is suitable for day trips. Free parking on weekends and statutory holidays. Cars cannot be left overnight after 2 AM.

********************  PLACES WE WILL VISIT  *********************
The Bruce Peninsula is a peninsula in Ontario, Canada, that lies between Georgian Bay and the main basin of Lake Huron. The scenic region of Bruce peninsula houses two national parks - the Bruce Peninsula National Park and Fathom Five National Park - and miles of gorgeous, untouched coastline. Popular among tourists from Toronto, the coast features frequent boat tours to the famous Flowerpot Island, as well as kayaking, snorkeling, and diving. Visitors are also encouraged the explore the forests and caves riddled throughout the peninsula, so long as they respect the local wildlife, which include black bears, red-shouldered hawks, and the endangered Eastern Massasauga rattlesnake.

Little Tub Harbour: This quaint, picturesque little harbor on Bruce Peninsula in Ontario is the main settlement near Bruce Peninsula National Prak, considered one o the most beautiful locations in Canada, jutting out into Lake Huron 

Big Tub Harbour Resort: This resort is a laid-back motel right on the waterfront of Lake Huron. It is a beautiful place to sit back and admire the scenery. There is a wonderful array of activities to take part in, like kayaking.

Tobermory is a small community located at the northern tip of the Bruce Peninsula in the municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula. It is 300 km northwest of Toronto. The closest city to Tobermory is Owen Sound, 100 km south of Tobermory and connected by Highway 6.

Flowerpot Island, ON: Flowerpot Island is an island in Georgian Bay, in the Canadian province of Ontario and is a part of Fathom Five National Marine Park. The island spans 2.1 kilometres (1.3 mi) from east to west, and 1.5 kilometres (0.93 mi) from north to south, and has a total area of 2 square kilometres (490 acres). The name of the island comes from two rock pillars on its eastern shore, which look like flower pots. A third flowerpot once stood, but tumbled in 1903. 

Boat Cruises to Flowerpot Island: The Glass Bottom Vessel touring The Shipwrecks at the head of Big Tub Harbour, Flowerpot Island Light Station and the two Flowerpot Rock Formations. You will disembark to explore the Flowerpot Island on foot and then take a boat back to the mainland!