Front Line Tours Safety Standards and Protection Procedures

  • We encourage the use of face covering (not required)
  • Disinfecting wipes will be available inside facility, it is asked that you wipe down any surfaces touched and dispose of wipes properly.
  • We recommend that you bring your own hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes and other PPE you feel you require
  • Seats will be assigned, and passengers will not be permitted to change seats mid-trip

What should you expect?

  1. Have suitcases ready with luggage tags attached
  2. Drop off luggage at designated area – do not crowd driver
  3. Remember that the Hotels, restaurants and attractions are short staffed globally and some of the conveniences you remember might not be offered at this time, ask your Office team member if you have specific questions regarding what’s open and what’s closed or services still provided.

Thank you for travelling with Front Line Tours!

We are excited to make some memories with you.

Yes. Approximately  2 or 3 weeks prior to departure you will receive your tour documents consisting of travel tips and useful information, confirmation of your pickup location and time, with contact information, either by mail or email.

Marijuana Legalization and International Travel- Ontario Motor Coach Canada On October 17th, 2018 the Canadian federal government legalized cannabis in Canada. While employers continue to ramp up drug and alcohol policies for managing personnel, there remains growing concern from the group travel industry regarding the customer’s knowledge and awareness of cannabis regulations, particularly when crossing the Canada-US border. While cannabis will be legal in Canada, it remains an illegal substance at the federal level in the United States. What this means to Canadians is that under no circumstances can an individual attempt to cross the border with cannabis or cannabis containing products. Even if crossing from Canada into a US state where cannabis is legal, or decriminalized, it is still illegal to cross the border with cannabis. In fact, attempting to cross the border with cannabis can lead to lifetime ban from entering the US, along with serious criminal penalties. Previous use of cannabis can also result in the same inadmissible designation. This holds true even for those with prescription-use marijuana. Any involvement in the legal cannabis industry in Canada, including being a “shareholder”, can also deem a person inadmissible for life. Once deemed inadmissible, the only option to seek admissibility to the US, in the future, is to apply for waivers which can be costly and time consuming. Canada also will continue to prohibit the importation of cannabis, so those entering Canada, including Canadian citizens with or without a prescription, are not legally able to bring cannabis with them and attempting to do so may result in serious criminal penalties. Failing to declare cannabis products when you enter Canada, or the US can result in enforcement action, including arrest and prosecution. Citizens of the United States are also not permitted to transport cannabis across the border. While a US citizen cannot be deemed inadmissible to the US, a US citizen may face criminal charges and other penalties. Len Saunders, an American Immigration lawyer was recently quoted in the Globe and Mail stating “Not every officer asks this question,” he said in Ottawa. “It’s discretionary. But if you’re asked this question, I’ve always told clients you’re under no obligation to say yes. It’s not a question that is required to be answered at a port of entry,” he added. “You’re not lying if you say nothing.”1 More information on the legalization of cannabis and international travel can be found on the Government of Canada’s website using the links provided below. References: 1 passenger from Front Line Tours be denied entry to the United States OR denied boarding of an airplane, if the tour begins with an air flight, that individual will be required to make their own arrangements home, at their own cost and the full cancellation charges of the tour will apply.

Pick Up Points 2023

  • Staples across from Limeridge
  • Burlington: Car Pool lot on Guelph Line and North Service Rd. **
  • Walmart on Centennial Rd bye QEW
  • Grimsby: Welcome Centre (Gateway Niagara) South Service Rd & Casablanca, Parking Lot facing Go Station **
  • London: Ramada Inn (Exeter & Wellington) lot behind hotel *Can leave car but must park at Exeter & North side of building **

Note** We do offer other locations depending on tour. Please call 1-855-943-4242 for details

The number of seats showing on a particular tour reflects the number of seats left in the web inventory. There may be more seats available allotted to phone reservations. Please call our Office toll free at 1- 855-943-4242 and speak to an agent during regular office hours, i.e. Monday – Friday, 9am to 4:00pm.

Please call our Office toll free at 1- 855-943-4242 and speak to an agent during regular office hours, i.e. Monday – Friday, 9am to 4:00pm. Please have ready the tour name and number, names of people travelling and the reservation number you received by email at time of submitting the web booking.

Front Line Tours recommends the purchase of insurance if the getaway is going outside of Canada. Call the office for all your travel insurance needs, toll free at 1- 855-943-4242 and speak to an agent during regular office hours, i.e. Monday – Friday, 9am to 4:00pm.

In order to make an on-line booking, you must have a valid web account with Front Line Yours. If you do not have one, you can easily create one during the booking process. Your tour may be booked and paid for using our on-line credit card process. When you complete and submit the booking form, you will immediately be sent an emailed confirmation of your successful booking. During the booking request process you will need names, addresses and telephone numbers of all passengers.

You can, but we need to hear from you by phone. Call our Office toll free at 1- 855-943-4242 and speak to an agent during regular office hours, i.e. Monday – Friday, 9am to 4:00pm.

Each tour has a date at which a deposit is no longer accepted and full payment is required. This is usually 4 weeks prior to departure for coach tours and up to 12 weeks prior for tours involving flights, cruises or rail. During the booking process, you will not be able to choose to pay a deposit if that date has passed. In that case, full payment will be required. Payment must be made online by VISA or MasterCard.

The booking process is for a room, most commonly with a maximum capacity of four people. If booking more than one room, make another reservation request, grouping the people rooming together.

Call our Office toll free at 1- 855-943-4242 and speak to an agent during regular office hours, i.e. Monday – Friday, 9am to 4:00pm. For last minute after-hours cancellations, such as the next morning, or for a Monday morning departure, please call the emergency contact number listed on the top of your Full Itinerary. Cancellation penalties may apply, and are outlined in our terms and conditions page.