Toronto - Thousand Islands - Ottawa - Montreal (606 km)
We will depart from Toronto in the morning for Thousand Islands is our first attraction. We will take Thousand Islands Cruise. After lunch, we will arrive Ottawa and take a cruise on Ottawa river (If it closed, we'll visitthe Canadian War Museum). Afterward, we will continue to Montreal and enjoy the nightlife of the city.
Thousand Islands, ON
An international tourism destination situated between Canada and the United States along the St. Lawrence River. The region takes its name from the more than 1,000 islands that dot the lakes and rivers along this international waterway.
Thousand Islands Cruise
In the Saint Lawrence River between New York and Ontario, there are 1,864 islands. This picturesque landscape has been a vacation destination for more than 150 years, and with good reason. The attractions include lighthouses, museums, fishing, and diving.
Admission (Optional): Adult C$28; Child (5-12 yrs) C$15|Opening Hours: Apr 1 - Oct 31|Duration: Approx. 1 Hour
Located on the Ottawa River in eastern Ontario, Canada's capital city is also its center of technology and politics. This historic city features many museums, art galleries, and performance centers as well as other attractions like the Rideau Canal.
Ottawa River Boat Cruise
From the comfort a climate-controlled cruise ship, you will sail down the beautiful Ottawa River, the border between Quebec and Ontario, seeing Victorian mansions and expansive Canadian forests as you kick back, relax, and float along.
Admission (Optional): Adult $25; Child (5-12 yrs) $15; Senior $25|Opening Hours: May 1 - Oct 31
Parliament Hill, located on the banks of the Ottawa River Canada's capital city, is home to the Canadian Parliament. The gorgeous location and dramatic architecture make this a huge tourist location-- more than 3 million people come every year.
Canadian War Museum
The Canadian War Museum in Canada's capital city of Ottawa, ON is the country's national museum of military history. This large museum was established in 1880 and has a collection containing more than 500,000 historically significant pieces.
Admission (Optional): Adult C$19; Child (3-12 yrs) C$12; Senior C$19
Deluxe Hotel: Holiday Inn Express / Hotel Plaza Valleyfield or similar
Montreal - Fredericton (813 km)
In the morning we will depart from Montreal for New Brunswick. On the way to this province's capital-Fredericton, we will stop by the Hartland Covered Bridge and Grand Falls. Once we reach Fredericton, we will take a tour of the city and stay overnight. You can choose to enjoy Kings Landing Dinner at your own expense.
Fredericton is the capital of the Canadian province of New Brunswick. The city is situated in the west-central portion of the province along the Saint John River, which flows west to east as it bisects the city.
Hartland Covered Bridge
The longest covered bridge in the world, the Hartland Covered Bridge crosses the St. John River in New Brunswick.
Deluxe Hotel: Best Western (Plus) or similar
Fredericton - Halifax (435 km)
Departing from Fredericton, we will visit Peggy's Cove, one of the most beautiful sightseeing spots in Canada. Then, we will drive to the city of Halifax. We will also be able to take the Harbour Hopper cruise. In the evening, we can get a taste of Halifax's nightlife scene and enjoy delicious seafood.
The capital of Nova Scotia, Halifax is the largest city east of Quebec. It is widely considered one of the best places to live in all of Canada, and is an up-and-coming modern city with many historic places.
On this tour, guests will board a vehicle that can travel on land or by water, embarking on a sightseeing tour of the cit of Halifax and a cruise in the harbor.
Admission (Optional): Adult C$46; Child (6-15 yrs) C$27; Infant (1-5 yrs) C$15
This small fishing town on the southern coast of Nova Scotia seems to be stuck in time. Sitting on St. Margarets Bay, this town of 640 people is most well known for the Peggys Point Lighthouse.
Deluxe Hotel: Sheraton Four Point or similar
Halifax - Prince Edward Island - Charlottetown - Moncton (372 km)
In the morning, we will go to Caribou to take the ferry to Prince Edward Island, the smallest province of Canada. Our first stop will be Charlottetown, where, in 1864, the nation's founders held a meeting for Canadian independence in the Provincial House. Later, we will visit the world famous fishing village of Cavendish, birthplace of Anne of Green Gables. Also, we can't miss the island's lobster festival!
Prince Edward Island, Canada
Prince Edward Island is one of eastern Canada's maritime provinces, off New Brunswick and Nova Scotia in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. With red-sand beaches, lighthouses and an interior of fertile farmland, it's nicknamed "Garden of the Gulf."
Charlottetown is a Canadian city. It is both the largest city on and the provincial capital of Prince Edward Island, and the county seat of Queens County.
Province House National Historic Site
This historic building in downtown Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island was the birthplace of the Canadian Confederation and has housed the province's legislature since 1847. Guided tours are available for those wishing to learn more of the site's history.
The Confederation Bridge, which connects New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island across Northumberland Strait, is nearly thirteen kilometers in length.
Deluxe Hotel: Rodd Moncton Downtwon or similar
Moncton - Saint John - Fredericton (271 km)
The tour will depart for Moncton, New Brunswick to visit the Magnetic Hill, an unforgettable natural wonder, before continuing to Hopewell National Park to see the Hopewell Rocks by the sea. We will continue to St. John, where we will visit the Reversing Falls. After dinner, we'll go Fredericton for the night.
Moncton is a Canadian city located in Westmorland County in southeastern New Brunswick. Situated in the Petitcodiac River Valley, Moncton lies at the geographic centre of the Maritime Provinces. The city's skyline however encompasses many buildings and structures with varying architectural styles from many periods.
World's Largest Lobster Statue
A tribute to the region's lobster-fishing industry, the town of Shediac in New Brunswick is home to the largest statue of a lobster in the world. The ninety-ton statue makes for a perfect spot to take a memorable picture.
This unique stretch of road in New Brunswick is home to a convincing optical illusion. Because of the obstruction of the horizon, cars appear to roll up this "magnetic hill," and must accelerate 'down' it.
The Hopewell Rocks are a unique series of rock formations caused by tidal erosion. They are located on the shores of the Bay of Fundy in Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick. The area is also known for its wildlife.
Saint John, NB
Saint John is the largest city in New Brunswick and the second largest city in the maritime provinces. It is known as the Fundy City due to its location on the north shore of the Bay of Fundy at the mouth of the Saint John River.
Where the Saint John River empties into the Bay of Fundy lie a series of rapids known as the Reversing Falls. During high tide, the water in the bay forces the rapids to flow upstream, hence their name.
Bay of Fundy
Formed from the concave curve that is created by the coasts of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, the Bay of Fundy is known for having the highest tidal range in the world.
Deluxe Hotel: Best Western Plus or similar
Fredericton - Quebec City (362 km)
Today, we will head to Quebec City, passing by Edmonton on the way. Once we arrive, we will take in a panoramic view of the city from the Observatoire de la Capitale. Then, we will visit places like Battlefields Park, the Parliament Building, old churches, and historic walls and squares. We will spend the night in the area.
Quebec City, QC
Quebec City is one of the oldest cities in North America. It was founded by Samuel de Champlain in 1608, and some of the architecture in Old Quebec dates back centuries. The Chateau Frontenac is the most famous landmark.
Aquarium du Quebec
Home to over 10,000 animals from about 300 species, Quebec's Aquarium opened in 1959, the facility has both indoor and outdoor exhibits, the best of which is called "The Awesome Ocean," a tank with a tunnel cutting through it.
Historic District of Old Quebec
This UNESCO World Heritage Site traces its history to 1620 and the establishment of the Saint-Louis Fort. Old Quebec is known for its architecture and its value as a testament to the impact of colonization.
A 31-storey, 132 m office skyscraper completed in 1972 in Quebec City, Canada. The brutalist style tower is the tallest building in the city, as well as the tallest building in Canada east of Montreal.
It will be closed on June 7th.8th.9th.10th, 2018 due to the G-7 Summit
Admission (Optional): Adult C$15; Child (Under 12 yrs) Free
Visitors to Quebec City should not miss this chance to sample authentic French-Canadian cuisine at a fine local restaurant. There is a reason French cooking is regarded among the finest in the world.
Standard Hotel: Ambassador Hotel (3*) or similar
Deluxe Hotel: Palace Royal Hotel (4*) / Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac (5*) or similar
Quebec City - Montreal - Toronto (767 km)
Departing from Quebec City in the morning, our journey will take us to Montreal to visit Olympic Stadium and Tower and Montreal Biodome (if those two are closed, we'll visit Olympic Big-O instead). After, we will return to Toronto.
Montreal, Quebec is the second-largest city in Canada, and the center of French Canadian culture. Called "Canada's Cultural Capital," Montreal offers much to see and do, whether you are looking to explore history or the arts.
Olympic Stadium and Tower
Built for the 1976 Summer Olympic Games, the Olympic Tower offers stunning views of Montreal. Standing imperially over the Olympic Park, the Olympic tower slants at a 30 degree incline, and is the tallest inclined tower in the
Admission (Optional): Adult C$24; Child (5-17 yrs) C$12
This branch of the Montreal Nature Museum allows visitors to explore four of the major ecosystems found in the Americas in a controlled setting. This zoo and botanical conservatory contains more than 4,500 animals for visitors to see.
Admission (Optional): Adult C$22; Child (5-12 yrs) C$12; Senior C$20
Standard Hotel: Toronto Don Valley Hotel & Suites or Park Inn By Radisson or similar
Deluxe Hotel: Sheraton Parkway Toronto North Hotel & Suites or similar
Toronto - Niagara Falls - Toronto (128 km)
Today we will visit Niagara Falls, ON and see an IMAX Movie. Guests can take optional Skylon Tower to overlook the splendid falls or Hornblower Niagara Cruise at own expenses. We will also visit and taste the famous Canadian ice wine. At the end of the day, we will return to the Toronto airport for dropoff. Please see "Departure and Return Details" for more information.
Niagara Falls Canada, ON
Known and loved for both their power and their beauty, the Niagara Falls offer an experience unlike any other. More water tumbles down from the Niagara River every minute than any other place in the world.
Niagara Falls IMAX
Home of one of the most spectacular IMAX adventure of all time. In 45mins you'll witness the sights and sounds of the Falls through the perspective of the daredevils who have tried to conquer it.
Admission (Optional): Adult C$15; Child (4-12 yrs) C$11
Get spectacular views of the region from 775 above the mighty Falls. Overlooks both the American Falls, New York and the larger Horseshoe Falls, Ontario from the Canadian side of the Niagara River.
Admission (Optional): Adult C$16; Child (2-12 yrs) C$11
Hornblower Niagara Cruise & Incline Railway
Get ready to get wet: this world-famous boat ride takes passengers as close to the falls as it is possible to get. Look up into the tumbling water of the Niagara River and feel the mist on your face!
From 2017-04-01 to 2017-11-30
Admission (Optional): Adult C$29.50; Child (5-15 yrs) C$18|Opening Hours: Apr 7 - Nov 31, 8:30 - Dusk|Duration: Approx. 20 Minutes
Breakfast: Included (limited to 2 persons per room)