• Ticket Deadline

    At least 1 day in advance.

  • Price

    Per Person $132.74 + 13% tax

  • Tour Company


  • Duration

    +13.5 hours (Full Day)

  • Available

    Saturday June 8, 2019

Enjoy a day trip to historic Kingston and the 1000 Islands, with breathtaking scenery, sunshine and fresh air.
This 13-hour trip includes round-trip transportation on a deluxe highway coach or van, lunch, a 2-hour cruise in the heart of the 1000 islands, and a 1-hour stop in Kingston.
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Includes Lunch

Enjoy an all you can eat Buffet Lunch

Includes 1,000 Island Boat Cruise

A 2-hour cruise in the heart of 1,000 islands

Big Apple

Stop at the Big Apple Bakery


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Additional Tour Options
Adult TicketChildren (1 – 10)
$132.74 + 13% tax$123.89 + 13% tax

Toronto to 1,000 Islands + Kingston Trip

Kingston is a Canadian city on Lake Ontario, at the mouth of the Cataraqui and St. Lawrence rivers. It’s known as the “Limestone City” for its grand 19th-century buildings, including the lakeside Kingston City Hall. The grand house and gardens of the Bellevue House National Historic Site commemorate Canada’s first prime minister, Sir John A. Macdonald. Fort Henry, built in the 1800s, holds military demonstrations.
What’s Included
    • Round trip transportation on a deluxe Highway Coach or MiniBus.
    • Stop for breakfast at Big Apple in Colborne
    • Buffet Lunch included
    • 1,000 island boat cruise
    • See Boldt Castle
    • Stop in Kingston

The trip is coordinated by the Group Leader/Driver, but is not guided.

Boat Cruise

On the 2-hour boat cruise we will see the Canadian Palisades statue of St. Lawrence that watches over the river. We will Sail under the 1000 Islands International Bridge and discover a stretch of cottage country called Millionaire’s Row. The cruise will go around the magnificent Boldt Castle, built as a tribute to George Boldt’s wife who tragically passed away before construction was completed. Watch for Zavikon Island, Casablanca on Cherry Island, a grand estate built in 1892 as well as many other beautiful homes in this photographer’s paradise.

Although we actually enter US waters, no passport is required since we will not be exiting the boat.

1,000 Islands

The Thousand Islands is actually an archipelago of 1,864 islands that straddles the Canada-U.S. border in the Saint Lawrence River as it emerges from the northeast corner of Lake Ontario.  This tour includes a picturesque boat cruise through the 1,000 islands.

Although the 1,000 islands border the USA-Canada border, the boat tour is on a Canadian vessel and there remains in Canada. No special Visas or passports are required.