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You Can Fly Direct, Return Vancouver To Toronto for $327 CAD (Incl Tax)


Traveling across Canada often costs the same as travelling over seas, and it shouldn’t; however, most British Columbians don’t have much of a choice when friends and family live in Toronto.

Now, Sunwing Vacations is making things a little bit less painful with this incredible spring deal. You can fly direct, round-trip Vancouver to Toronto for $327.50 CAD per person including tax! In order to grab the deal you do have to purchase tickets as a pair, but even solo fares are extremely low. Also, there is some flexibility with dates, so you can play around on Sunwing’s site to accommodate your needs.

The dates of travel for this ticket are from Sunday, May 20th to Tuesday, May 29th, which is perfect for the long weekend.

Photo: Sunwing Vacations

You can book your holiday here.


Experience Toronto

Ontario is one of the primary destinations for travellers in Canada looking to connect with family and friends. With that in mind, it is also an amazing tourist destination. From the CN Tower to the Blue Jays, Lake Toronto to the Hockey Hall of Fame, the city is full of exciting and beautiful things to see. What’s more, the city has phenomenal nightlife, world class shopping and a delectable variety of cuisine.

Travel Tip: No matter when you plan to visit Toronto, it is always advised to book your travel in advance. While WestJet is offering phenomenal fares at the moment; however, once the lowest booking classes sell out the fares will go up. Indeed, the Vancouver – Toronto trip is one of the most traveled routes in Canada and therefore seats sell quickly. Try to book your travel as soon as possible, and, if you can, avoid travel during holidays or peak travel times. If you are flexible during the day or evening, remember that different times of the day may be cheaper than others. 

If you are looking for some amazing things to do in beautiful British Columbia, check out our list of the 21 things you need to do before you die in our breathtaking province.


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