The second largest country in the world, Canada has no shortage of beautiful landscapes and unique sites for travelers to explore. From coast to coast to coast, the country is home to vibrant and culturally rich cities, along with incredible natural wonders.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 1: Arrival At Toronto
Welcome to Toronto, Ontario’s capital and Canada’s largest city. Enjoy time at leisure to relax or to do some independent exploring. Your tour director is on hand this evening to answer any questions.
Day 2: Toronto - Excursion To Niagara Falls
Skirt the shores of Lake Ontario to Niagara Falls, one of the Natural Wonders of the World. Board your sightseeing Boat for a thrilling ride to view the thundering falls. Sightseeing also includes the beautiful Floral Clock. See Toronto’s major landmarks on today’s city tour, including the banking district, City Hall, the CN Tower, the University of Toronto, and ultra-modern Roger’s Center. This evening, enjoy an optional outing to the top of the CN Tower for a delicious dinner and spectacular views.
Leave Ontario’s capital and stop in Kingston, a city with an exciting history dating back more than 300 years. Proceed along the St. Lawrence River with splendid vistas of Thousand Islands National Park. At Ivy Lea, board your boat for a Cruise that takes a scenic route through the many islands of St. Lawrence Islands National Park. Next, head to Ottawa, Canada’s beautiful capital.
Travel from Toronto to Ottawa
Fly from Toronto Island
Day 4: Ottawa Sightseeing
Enjoy a guided sightseeing tour of this lovely city on the banks of the Ottawa River and the Rideau Canal. See the Canadian Mint; the embassy district and stately Parliament Hill. Visit theRoyal Canadian Mounted Police Stables, a tribute to Canadian heritage and history. Suggestions for this afternoon include a visit to the magnificent Canadian Museum of History or the array of restaurants and shops at lively Byward Market.
The primary attraction for most visitors is Parliament Hill . Parliament Hill is in the middle of downtown Ottawa, overlooking the Ottawa River. Not only is the building a...
Day 5: Ottawa To Quebec City Area
Drive into the French-Canadian province of Quebec, where there is a sudden change in language and tradition. Follow the King’s Highway, tracing this historical route along the north shore of the mighty St. Lawrence River. Visit the Basilica of Notre Dame and Cap De La Madeleine before arriving into historic Quebec City, the heart of French Canada and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Travel from Ottawa to Quebec
Fly to Montreal
Day 6: Quebec City Area
Enjoy a guided tour of Canada’s only walled city, crowned by the turrets of Chateau Frontenac. Until the British victory of 1759, Old Quebec was the center of New France; today, it’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Within the walls reside the Place d’Armes, Laval Seminary, the star-plan Citadelle with grand vistas from its bastions, and ancient Place Royale. Also see the stone houses crowding the narrow streets of Lower Town by the St. Lawrence River. The afternoon and evening are free—your Tour Director will have suggestions for sightseeing, shopping and dining.
Day 7: Quebec City Area To Montreal
This morning, join your fellow traveling companions on a unique optional excursion to the Erabliere Chemin du Roy Sugar Shack. Visitors to the sugar cabin will enjoy a typical Quebec breakfast, along with a guided visit and presentation to explain the process of maple extraction. Afterward, head south for sophisticated Montreal, one of Canada’s largest cities. Major attractions on this afternoon’s tour include once-walled Old Montreal, Notre Dame Basilica, the Seminary of St. Sulpice, Mount Royal and modern Montreal.
Travel from Quebec to Montreal
Day 8: Departure From Montreal
The trip ends with departing on individual schedules. Transfers to Montreal Trudeau Airport.