Manitoulin  Island                   Cycle TOUR Adventure

  Alvar Cycle Tour


      5 days fun riding, 4 nights stay

 6 vacation date options in 2021

Discover our all-inclusive cycle vacation 




    June 14-18,  312km week, 60-80km per day

June 21-25, 312km week, 60-80km per day

June 28-2 July,  210km week, 38km-51km per day


September  6-10, 312km week, 60-80km per day

September 13-17, 312km week, 60-80km per day

September 20-24, 210km week, 38-51km per day



There's no better place than Manitoulin to book your cycle adventure tour. The world’s largest fresh water Island is so quiet you can hear a  bird’s wings. Cyclists across North America love our silent, serenely beautiful country roads that offer exquisite views over Georgian Bay, the famous North Channel and the vast expanse of Lake Huron. Everything moves at a leisurely pace, locals call it "Island Time".  The island offers 108 sparkling inland lakes and over 800 kilometres of cycle routes. Come and see for yourself why Manitoulin is one of the best loved cycle destinations in Ontario. This tour lets you experience fascinating marine and geological history, natural Alvar, art galleries, First Nations art and culture, one-of-a-kind Mom and Pop shops, plentiful locally produced food and drink, and much more.


Alvar Cycle Adventure on Manitoulin Island                                              (312km, 60 –80km per day) or (210km 38-51kmper day)


June 14-18, 312km week

June 21-25, 312km week

June 28-2 July, 210km week



Board Monday early ferry leaving Tobermory at 7am, departing Friday 1:30pm



September 6-10, 312km week

Board Monday early ferry leaving Tobermory at 7am, departing Friday 1:30pm

September 13-17, 312km week

September 20-24, 210km week

Board Monday early ferry leaving Tobermory at 8:50am, departing Friday 11:10am

Board Monday early ferry leaving Tobermory at 8:50am, departing Friday 3:50pm


Day 1, 58 km: Welcome and start of your cycle vacation at the South Baymouth Ferry Dock, visit to the Fish Hatchery and support stop, viewing the Old ferry and lighthouse in Manitowaning, arrive at lakeside lodge for dinner and first overnight stay.

Day 2, 65 km: You will visit the Sheguiandah Museum with an exhibit of the 9,500 year old settlement, see the old Batmans Mill,  breath taking views over Strawberry Island and Georgian Bay will bring you soon to Little Current's historic over 100 year old Swing Bridge. Lunch and a bit exploring of the town will get you ready to cycle on through pastoral countryside with spectacular views of the North Channel that will bring you back to your second night at the lakeside lodge where perhaps a refreshing swim and paddle before dinner awaits.

Day 3, 73 km: We will visit a Pow-Wow ground and  the Ojibwe Cultural Foundation, experience an Alpaca farm-tour, famous Bridal Veil Falls, see the sculptures along the trail and experience the splendid view of the North Channel.  Rolling along will bring you to your lake side cottage near Mindemoya.

Day 4, 60 km: After a stop at the impressive war memorials, we will hear details about Manitoulin's Alvar formations, visit both the Perivale and Mutchmor Gallery, and walk on the splendid sand beach and boardwalk in Providence Bay, returning back to your cottage on beautiful Lake Mindemoya. 

Day 5, 42 km: On the final day we will stop at stream rehabilitation site, visit a century old general store and return to the Ferry dock.

*all riders have the option of adding km to the daily ride on their own if they so desire. 




$+ HST = $(double occupancy)

$ + HST = $ (single occupancy, not available due to covid )



  • 5 days, 4 nights stay in a Hotel & Lakeside Cottage for minimum 2, max. 4 in the same covid bubble, (Double occupancy) 
  • 4 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 4 dinners (Alcohol excluded), 5 road side snacks
  • Luggage shuttle
  • every day, all day your guide is with you in his car, pointing out what to see and providing assistance with what ever he can to make your trip interesting and safe.     
  • Pick-up, if you experience mechanical failure
  • Manitoulin lsland & La Cloche Mountains Cycling Routes & Road Map
  • Museum Fees
  • Ferry Passage for you & your bicycle to and from Manitoulin Island. (Automobile excluded)
  • Free Parking in Tobermory or South Baymouth (for our guests arriving by automobile)
  • 10% meal gratuity

Schedule: Welcome at the South Baymouth ferry terminal. We shuttle your 1 piece, well-marked luggage to your accommodations. Provide you with a daily itinerary, a Manitoulin Island Cycling route and Road map and make sure you get to where you need to be (please be sure to bring at least one inner-tube and a tire with you that fits your bicycle). Your luggage will be transported to the Ferry terminal in South Baymouth for your departure. 


Experience Level: Manitoulin has gentle rolling hills and not too much elevation on most routes chosen for these particular packages. Feeling comfortable with on road riding is needed.  

Bike rentals available at: in Toronto


Payment & Cancellation Policy: 20% minimum deposit required. Final payment deadline is 60 days before your cycling holiday begins. $125 is non-refundable in the event of cancellation before the final payment deadline. No refunds after the final payment deadline.


Make Cheques payable to: “OK Cycle and Adventure Tours lnc. in Trust”


Electronic banking available: 3.5% surcharge for Visa and MC and AMEX payments*. Receipt will be acknowledged by email.*please email to request credit card form.


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