Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Travel for All/ July 22, 2017/ Accessible, Canada, Hearing Impaired, Inclusive, Ontario, Toronto, Vision Impaired, Wheelchair

Toronto is for everyone!

Canada's largest city

4 days in Toronto

Toronto, the capital of the province of Ontario, is a major Canadian city along Lake Ontario’s northwestern shore. It’s a dynamic metropolis with a core of soaring skyscrapers, all dwarfed by the iconic, free-standing CN Tower. Toronto also has many green spaces, from the orderly oval of Queen’s Park to 400-acre High Park and its trails, sports facilities and zoo.

Day 1

Will see you arrived at the Toronto Pearson International Airport where you’ll conveniently pick up your car. With FREE GPS included, you won’t need to worry about finding your way around, but of course, alternative transportation options are available.

While in Toronto, you’ll stay at a historical hotel, located in the heart of downtown Toronto. Guest accommodations are within minutes of the city’s best theatre, shopping and attractions. Whether your idea of recreation is relaxing by the pool, or hitting the gym Delta Chelsea’s adults-only Deck 27 Health Club is the perfect urban retreat complete with a panoramic view, of the Toronto skyline.

Your Deluxe Room accommodation with one queen bed plus the following features for those traveling with disabilities: fully accessible showers allowing wheelchairs to roll in, vanities allowing wheelchair access, grab bars in washroom and strobe lighting fire alarm for hearing impaired. Accessible rooms are located close to elevators.

Day 2

Set your GPS for fun as you begin your personalized tour of this beautiful and historic city. You’ll have the next two days to enjoy exploring the best Toronto has to offer with your Toronto Citypass. Your CityPASS Includes entrance to:

  1. CN Tower
  2. Casa Loma
  3. Royal Ontario Museum
  4. Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada
  5. Toronto Zoo OR Ontario Science Centre

Day 3

On day 3, you’ll continue your exploration of this beautiful, historic city. Your Citypass is still available for your touring activities. We have found that a local tour guide that speaks your language can be especially helpful when traveling in a new city. We’re happy to make these arrangements for you!

Day 4

Traveling is wonderful but it’s always nice to head back to home-sweet-home. We hope you’ve enjoyed your journey and travel safely into the future. You’ll conveniently drop your car off at the airport

You'll be here!

Visually or Hearing Impaired?

You’ll love these!

  • At the Casa Loma, multimedia audio guides are available in American Sign Language and Visual Description. They also have a limited number of wheelchairs available free of charge.

  • The Royal Ontario Museum recognizes the diversity of visitors’ abilities and needs, and offer a variety of programs and services to ensure the accessibility of the Museum and its collections.

  • Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada is committed to accessibility for all visitors and is dedicated to removing barriers to participation for guests with disabilities.

Starting at

$2675 CAD*

 *flights not included

Call 1-888-993-9295 to book today!