Canada is a North American country stretching from the U.S. in the south to the Arctic Circle in the north. Major cities include massive Toronto, west coast film centre Vancouver, French speaking Montréal and Québec City, and capital city Ottawa.
Welcome to Toronto!! A fabulous waterfront city lying on the north shore of Lake Ontario, Toronto is Canada’s largest and most cosmopolitan city. Its breathtaking architecture, world Class Theater, international sports, and beautiful waterfront setting make this a popular city to study in. Stroll around Harbor Front Park with new international friends. Over 25 million people visit Toronto annually. Upon Arrival, check in Hotel.
After Breakfast, proceed for a City tour of Toronto. Toronto's scenic tour with, among others, its financial district, one of the largest in the world, the CN Tower and City Hall. Direction to Niagara Falls, seventh wonder of the world. Stop at Niagara-on-the-Lake, charming little town marked by the architecture of the past years. Meal in a panoramic restaurant. Discovery cruise to the foot of Niagara Falls. Night in the Niagara Region.
Thousand Islands Cruise, located in the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve at the mouth of Lake Ontario. Kingston's former Fort Frontenac orientation tour, Kingston was Canada's first capital. Overnight in the Thousand Islands region Hotel Comfort Inn & Suites.
Spend a day exploring beautiful and historic Ottawa, Canada's Capital. City tour includes the Parliament Building, Supreme Court of Canada, National Arts Center, and Rideau Canal. Ottawa City Hall, Rockcliffe Lookout, Dows Lake, Ornamental Gardens, Chinatown & Little Italy,Farmers ByWard Market. Later drive back to Montreal City tour commented in Ottawa and Gatineau. Lunch at the Byward Market in Ottawa. Road to Montreal.
Panoramic tour of the City of Montreal, Mount Royal Old Montreal, and then drive to the Quebec City area. Festive welcome, then meeting with your hosts with whom you will dine and /or spend the night.
Arrival in Saint-Félicien, famous for its zoo. Visit the park for a discovery of the Canadian wildlife in freedom: wolves, bison, musk oxen, black bears, moose. Unique experience, because it is the visitor who is in a cage, aboard a grid train that runs through the reserve. Meal on the spot. You will then follow Lake Saint-Jean, a real inland sea prized by vacationers during the summer season and outdoor enthusiasts in all seasons.
Departure to Charlevoix by the famous route of the fjord to Tadoussac. Meals in the village of Tadoussac, then guided whale watching cruise (about 3 hours). It is here that we can observe the largest number of large whales and small cetaceans. Road to Charlevoix.
Stop at the Montmorency Falls with meal at the top. Guided tour of the city. Sugar shack with song writer.
According to flight schedules, transfer to the airport and flight to Toronto If schedules allow, free time in Toronto for the last purchases.
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