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The premier motor coach & charter bus rental company servicing Toronto, Ontario. Book your charter bus now by calling 855-826-6770.


Gogo Charters now services Toronto Canada with the largest selection of charter buses, tour buses, & minibuses. Buses range from 25 passenger minibuses to 56 passenger motor coaches. No matter what the event we can arrange a charter bus for you. Our staff are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year!


Toronto Charter Bus

Rent a Charter Bus to Visit Toronto

You need not fight with traffic or worry about location directions when visiting the city. Leave the navigating to the driver when hiring a GoGo charter bus. We easily accommodate groups of 15 or larger with our exceptional fleet of vehicles. You will also travel in style, as the buses on our platform feature HDTV and wi-fi. Take advantage of our bus rental services and enjoy your trip to the city.

City Facts

Aboriginal tribes inhabited the area for thousands of years before land was purchased by the British Crown in 1787. Colonists soon erected a community along the northwestern shores of Lake Ontario. They originally named the new village the Town of York. French fur traders also arrived and constructed Fort Rouillé. Today, Toronto the metropolis is the capital and most populated city in Canada. The diverse metropolis attracts more than 25 million visitors annually. Along with being the home of motion picture and television production companies, the city is considered a prominent location for the music industry. Local attractions, shopping opportunities and sporting events are some of the many interests that appeal to guests.


Canada's Wonderland: The park remains popular with locals and tourists alike. The wonderland features 200 attractions along with 69 rides and a 20-acre water park. Thrill-seekers love the Leviathan roller coaster that careens at speeds of up to 148 kilometers per hour and plummets at an 80-degree angle. The 301-foot tall WindSeeker is another ride sure to provide an adrenaline rush. Anyone looking for a less death-defying experience might try the carousels or the train ride to Swan Lake. Youngsters especially enjoy the “Dinosaurs Alive!” exhibit, which encompasses seven acres and has 60 life-sized replicas of the reptiles that once roamed the earth. Toronto Zoo: Animal lovers enjoy strolling about the facility that houses a wide variety of world species. Indoor habitats are designed to resemble tropical destinations. Spacious outdoor environments feature the natural terrain that the animals find in the wild. The zoo is proud of its reproduction and rehabilitation programs, which serve to repopulate certain species and re-educate them in hopes of returning them to the wild. Some of the popular exhibits include the giant panda Xie Shou and her twin youngsters named Jia Panpan and Jia Yeuyue. The Tundra Trek spans 10 acres and includes the polar bear habitat complete with underwater viewing location. The Gorilla Rainforest houses a family of Western Lowland Gorillas, which includes a vivacious little one named Nassir. The Great Barrier Reef exhibit provides the chance to be amazed by the moon jellies, seahorses and fish species commonly found in Australasia. The Kid's Discovery Zone encourages younger guests to freely interact with a variety of domesticated animals. Ripley's Aquarium of Canada: The massive facility encompasses 12,500 square meters (135,000 square feet) of space. On the interior, tanks filled with more than 5.7 million liters of water house more than 16,000 marine life animals. The facility is conveniently open every day of the year. Some of the many exhibits include the giant lobsters that are said to be more than 65 years old. The Bamboo Shark and Southern Stingray touch pools delight visitors of all ages. The Dangerous Lagoon is easily the most thrilling exhibit. A moving walkway takes passengers through a glass tunnel to see Green Sawfish, Sandbar Sharks, Sand Tiger Sharks and the Roughtail Stingrays. Visitors gaze in amazement, as the creatures effortlessly glide mere feet away. Watch scuba divers hand feed various ray species. Learn about the ecosystems of the Great Lakes and oceans. Professional Sporting Events: During the summer, guests might enjoy catching a Blue Jays home baseball game. The team plays for the American League Division. In the fall, the Raptors basketball team plays at the Air Canada Centre. The team puts on an exciting display and has won three Atlantic Division titles. The Canadian Football League is well represented by the Argonauts who have 16 Grey Cup titles. When the snow flies, the Maple Leafs hockey team takes to the ice. Their stadium also serves as the Hockey Hall of Fame. Other professional and college athletes offer lacrosse, disc, rugby and tennis matches. Castle Loma: The expansive castle is the only one of its kind in North America. Five acres of land surround the palace and feature magnificent gardens, sweeping lawns, sculptures and water features. Entering the exquisite fortress brings guests face-to-face with elaborately, period decorated and furnished rooms. An 800-foot tunnel runs 18 feet beneath the Austin Terrace and provides access to the carriage house and stables. The tunnel additionally features exhibits that tell the story of the city's darker history. Photographs and other relics commemorate the years of depression, the plague, the prohibition era, the Great Fire and the first plane crash. The carriage house features vehicular exhibits that include automobiles from the early 20th century.

Music Festivals

21C Music Festival: For five days at the end of May, the Royal Conservatory presents the music festival, which features seven live concerts. The event is considered one of the most important for Toronto and offers the chance for guests to enjoy the works of composers and the concerts provided by the musicians. Bestival: The weekend event takes place in the middle of each June. Crowds gather to hear the concerts presented by a line-up of bands while watching spectacular lights shows and pyrotechnic displays. The festivities also involve a massive costume party, as guests are highly encouraged to dress up for the occasion. The VIP Lucky Lounge provides beverages and street foods. There is also transportation to and from the location. Beaches Jazz Festival: The annual July four-day event features the talents of musicians and vocalists who present live concerts. Afro-Cuban, Big Band, Dixieland, Fusion, Funk, R&B, Soul and Swing are some of the many types of jazz music offered. Throughout the event, bands take turns presenting 30-minute sets each evening. The festivities take place along a 2.5 kilometer expanse on Queen Street.


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1 Yonge Street
Toronto, Ontario M5E 1W7
(416) 628-1520