With Canada being one of our most recent addition to our halal friendly destinations, Toronto is ready to bring you adventurous days out in an ethnically diverse city full of places to see and things to do, making it a perfect holiday getaway for Muslim couples and families.
From the orderly oval of Queen’s Park to the 400-acre High Park and its adventurous trails, nature lovers will enjoy endless long walks surrounded by luscious trees, flowers, and nature. Toronto is also the perfect place for sport lovers, while art and theatre lovers will also enjoy the various museums, theatres and halal places to dine out. For those that are looking for a more laid back holiday, why not simple enjoy a day out shopping at any other many shopping malls that are complete with top of the end brands.
Though Toronto has plenty to see and do, you may want to take advantage of being so close to Niagara Falls with a quick trip to the famous landmark. Tours are available and can easily be organized in advance, where you can get so close and a tick off on your bucket list.
Whatever you decide to do, and wherever your feet take you, Toronto will surely be a memorable and enjoyable halal friendly holiday. With a select choice of accommodation ready to look after you and plenty of fun packed sights to see, Toronto awaits you and your loved ones.
From £989 per person
based on two people sharing
- Return flights from London to Toronto
- 5 nights at the 4* Marriot Courtyard
- Return transfers from the airport to the hotel
Valid for travel from February to November (supplements may apply in Easter, July and August).
Alternative dates are available throughout the year at a supplement. Prices subject to change and availability at the time of booking.
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Fulfill your travel desires by whisking yourself off to Canada where the sun shines bright in the summer and snows heavy in the winter, making it simply perfect for those that want to enjoy the beautiful white snow and all its advantages that come along with it. Whether it’s a relaxing day on the beach, or a fun and adventurous day of winter sports that you’re looking for, Canada is definitely the perfect choice for those that prefer to be on the go while on holiday.Flight time from the UK: Travel time from the UK to Toronto, Canada is approximately between 7 hours to the East Coast and 10 hours to the West Coast.Local languages: English and French are the official languages of all federal government institutions in Canada.Best time to visit: The best time to visit Canada depends on where you’re travelling to, and what adventures or activities you plan on doing. For those looking for sunny days with calm and peaceful weather then summer is the perfect time of the year. If you’re looking for snow where you can enjoy various winter sports and activities then winter is the best time to travel. Alternatively, autumn is also a great time to travel if you won’t to avoid the many tourists that visit annually. September is usually peak and a busy period in the year.Visa requirements (for British passport holders) : British citizens travelling require an ETA (or Electronic Travel Authorization). Applying for an ETA is a simple online process that takes just a few minutes. To apply, you must have a valid passport or acceptable travel document, a credit card, and an email address.Which airport will you fly in to: The airport you’ll fly into depends on the area within Canada that you are travelling to. Most direct flights from the UK will fly into Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver, Montreal, Ottawa, Edmonton, St Johns and Halifax.Key Events and Festivals:Canada Day - July 1 is Canada Day, and the date signifies the date in 1867 when Canada became a Dominion, instead of a colony, under British rule. The national holiday is celebrated with parades, music concerts, fireworks, barbecues and many outdoor activities.Winter Carnival - The celebration is a pre-Lenten festival, which always ends on Shrove Tuesday, the day before Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent. Many outdoor winter events such as dog-sled races, ice sculpture contests, skiing contests and ice skating are associated with the popular holiday.Must try food:Poutine - A dish of fries topped with cheese curds and gravy.Montreal-style bagels - A sweet, firm, wood-fired bagel.Nanaimo bar – Enjoy a sweet sugar rush with this delicious dessert. Usually made of chocolate ganache, vanilla custard, and crushed cookies, this mouthwatering dish is a must try when visiting.Must do experience:Visit Niagara Falls – The most famous falls in the world, Niagara Falls, is a must visit when visiting Canada. Tourists can get up close for a splashing and wet time or take picture perfect photographs in a drier area.Explore Toronto Island Park – Perfect for a day out, Toronto Island Park consists of four main islands and containing trails, with beaches and children's amusement rides for the whole family to enjoy.Step back in time at the Canadian War Museum – Discover Canada's rich military history showcased through personal stories, artwork, photographs and interactive presentations.