Join us for a road trip that hits the best sites of Ontario and Quebec. Begin the journey in Niagara Falls with a trip on the Maid of the Mist. Next take in the lights and sounds of Toronto - a visit up the CN Tower and a pop-in to one of the famous markets. Follow the scenic road along the Saint Lawrence River, stopping for cruises on the river! Embark into the wooded parks north of the cities for a true nature escape for a few days. Then we end the trip with some whale watching and visit to the multi-cultural Montreal. Voila!See more
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Arrive into Toronto or Niagara Falls to begin your adventure.Pick up your rental car from the airport and away we go. Starting with the overpowering element of Niagara Falls!
Admiring the Niagara Falls will certainly charm and awaken the lover, the daredevil and the poet who sleeps inside you.
The falls itself is truly a natural wonder and continues every year to fascinate travelers around the world. A multitude of activities are possible in Niagara Falls! The top attraction being the Hornblower mini-cruise. You may also want to take flight on a helicopter for a tour over the falls for a thrilling adventure.
Also simply walking around the falls is in itself a great activity for all tourists. Don’t forget to stop at the Victorian village Niagara-on-the-Lake on the way back to Toronto.
Toronto has been Canada's leading city since 1977 and a major financial center.
Toronto being the main cultural hub in English-speaking Canada, it expresses its arts and culture through its exclusive museums, the vitality of its theaters, symphonic orchestras, national ballet, opera and etc.
Visit the CN Tower, the tallest free-standing structure in the country, the Royal Ontario Museum, Chinatown, Kensington Market and of course Yorkville. Take some time to journey towards the beautiful 1000 islands region.
In Kingston, visit Fort Henry, a living museum of military life, or Villa Bellevue, a national historical park.
A must-do in this region would be to take a cruise of the 1000 islands to admire its absolute beauty.
This cruise is also an opportunity to stop on one of the island’s favorite attractions and have you visit the precious Boldt castle.
Moreover, you may also take time to stop at the Upper Canada Village Historical site.Then continue to the capital of Canada: Ottawa
Welcome to Ottawa!
We recommend a visit to the Canadian Museum of History, remarkable for its architecture and the quality of its exhibits.
Later on, savour the laid-back ambiance of the local market district. Enjoy the calmness and beauty of the Capital city.
Take the opportunity to visit the Canadian Parliament, guided tours are offered at no cost.
Bienvenue a Quebec!
The Mauricie stretches from the banks of the St. Lawrence River to the heart of the boreal forest. La Mauricie has been for several years a country of lumberjacks and log drivers.
Mauricie has also developed an industry based on its hydroelectric resources. Thanks to its rich past and the beauty of its natural land, it now offers a never-ending range of attractions!
A real gem of tranquility in the vast countryside where nature and forest combine, this simple outfitter that has become a resort will offer you a range of varied activities.
Take advantage of the facilities available to you: pedal boats, canoes, rowboats, kayaks and several hiking trails.
Twenty-five kilometers of trails are accessible for all outdoor lovers. With a little luck, you will be able to observe some species of both bigger or smaller game, as well as many different bird species.
At an additional cost, it is also possible to take on the following activities: Bear & beaver observation, take a seaplane tour and many more!
Today, take up the hiking trails or grab a canoe for a ride on the lake canoe.
Last morning to enjoy the facilities offered in this beautiful nature site.
Stop in Old Trois-Rivières before arriving to the capital of the province, Quebec City. Be careful, you may fall in love with Quebec, the only fortified city north of Mexico!
By browsing its winding alleys, you will surely soak in the city’s romance either by wandering by foot or on a horse-drawn carriage.
Stroll through its oldest districts, such as the Petit Champlain, Place-Royale and the Old Port. In this setting steeped in history, the capital offers a calendar filled with activities such as, major festivals, plays and exhibitions ...
Not to mention possessing a grand range of first class accommodations and gastronomy.
The day awaits you with a whale-watching cruise in the Tadoussac region.
Take a 3-hour cruise of the St. Lawrence River near the mouth of the Saguenay River is where various types of whales come to dine.
A few stops along the way back to Quebec City, such as at Montmorency Falls Park and the Sainte Anne Canyon.
We suggest an interesting and original visit for the day. Hop on a tour with a guide to visit Thetford-Mines, a large open pit mine.
Observe the superb panoramas on your way towards the region of the Eastern Townships. Overnight stay in Orford, near Magog and Lake Memphremagog.
To start off the day, visit St-Benoit Abbey and take a quick stop at the picturesque Knowlton village to take some shopping time. Then you will be headed off to the city of Montreal.
Montreal, the metropolis, offers the thousand attractions of the big cities of the world. Being multicultural, it mixes its French accent with that of many cultural communities and will certainly charm you with its American-European vibe.
At the foot of the mountain, the downtown vibrates with life while the city’s history is rooted in its oldest neighborhoods situated near the river.
While strolling around in a carriage through the streets of Old Montreal, you will discover the many buildings and residences dating back to the 18th and 19th century.
You will also come across the grand Notre-Dame Basilica as well as important historical museums such as the Pointe-à-Callière Museum and the Centre of History of Montreal.
The Old Port will call out to you for a moment of relaxation year round.Do not miss your visit at the Olympic Park, host of the 1976 Olympic Games and also known to hold the tallest inclined tower in the world.
You will also find on this site the Biodome, a magical place where four ecosystems coexist.
Getting around by metro is so simple in Montreal. Underground Montreal is well developed due to the harsh winters they welcome every year.
Enjoy your last moments in Montreal before departure to the airport according to your flight schedule.
The price reflects this specific itinerary and is designed to give you an idea of the budget required for this destination. Throughout the trip-planning process, our local agency will tailor your itinerary around your budget.
|Season||Price Per Adult|
Average trip price
|From May to October||$1,510|