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Itinerary Summary

DayPlaceHighlightsHotel Options
1 - 4TorontoCN Tower, Rogers Centre, Royal Ontario Museum, Casa LomaSaint James Hotel, Fairmont Royal York
4 - 6OttawaCapital City, Nature Museum, Rideau Canal, WinterludeAlt Hotel, Fairmont Chateau Laurier
6 - 8Mont-TremblantSki Resort, Lake Tremblant, outdoor Activities, Culture & CuisineSommet des Neiges, Hôtel Quintessence
8 - 10Québec CityMontmorency Falls, Fairmont Le Château Frontenac, Old Quebec, La Citadelle de QuébecManoir Victoria, Fairmont Chateau Frontenac
10 - 13MontrealFrench Colonial Old Town, Notre Dame Basilica, Art & CultureChateau Versailles, Hotel William Gray

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Itinerary Details

Day 1 - 4

International Arrival

You will be transferred from Toronto airport to your hotel in a private vehicle


3 Nights

Discover Toronto, Canada’s financial hub nestled on the scenic shores of Lake Ontario. Toronto serves as an excellent base to explore the Great Lakes region that includes the spectacular Niagara Falls.

Included Activities

Personalized Toronto City Tour
Discover the highlights of the city of Toronto! Canada’s largest city, Toronto is a hub of culture, finance and history. Set out on an exciting tour around downtown Toronto and see the famous Eaton centre, a giant mall made up of galleries and greenery under an arched glass roof. Head to Chinatown to marvel at the bustling Asian open-air markets and the Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai and Japanese restaurants that line its narrow walkways. See the CN Tower, the iconic symbol of Canada which offers panoramic views of Toronto from its observation decks and hosts a 360-degree revolving restaurant at the top. Lastly, pass the Old and New City Halls, which are both important monuments of the city’s heritage. Remember to stop for pictures along the way! (Duration: 4 hrs; Flexible Timings; Private Activity & Transfers; Meals Not Included; Fitness Level: Easy; Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes; Don’t forget your camera.)

Personalized Dinner at the 360, The Restaurant in CN Tower
Enjoy breathtaking views and a delicious dinner at the top of the CN Tower! An architectural marvel, the CN Tower was opened in 1976 and is one of Toronto’s main attractions. 360, The Restaurant is celebrated for its gourmet Canadian cuisine, fine dining experience and a 360-degree view of Toronto’s skyline in all its glory. Sip on a glass of award-winning Canadian wine as you sit back and enjoy a panoramic view of Toronto. A unique specialty of the restaurant is that it revolves once every 72 minutes, allowing you to see different perspectives of the city. Tuck into a three-course dinner of inventive dishes made with market-to-table ingredients. After your meal, head to the Observation Levels from where you can get a bird-eye view of the city at night through a glass floor. (Duration: Half Day; Evening Timings; Private Activity & No Transfer; Dinner and Access to Observation Levels Included; Fitness Level: Easy; Please wear clothes appropriate for the occasion; Don’t forget your camera.)

Small Group Niagara Falls Tour
Discover the wonderful sights around the Niagara Falls! Ride in an air-conditioned coach and let your expert guide show you the famous attractions of the South Ontario region. Go on the Hornblower Cruise which will take you up to the base of the thundering Horseshoe Falls. Stop for lunch before you head to the famous Table Rock Complex, situated on the edge of the Horseshoe Falls, and get a first-class view of the Niagara Falls from its fabulous lookout points. Stroll along the covered pedestrian walkway or explore the shops and restaurants within the complex. Continue along the scenic Niagara Parkway towards the town of Niagara-on-the-Lake with brief stops at Niagara Floral Clock, the Hydro Dam, Queenston Heights, and Whirlpool Rapids. Niagara-on-the-Lake, where you can learn more about the history of the area and admire its 19th-century buildings, is considered to be Canada’s most beautiful city and thus presents a perfect ending before heading back to your hotel in Toronto! (Duration: Full Day; Morning Departure; Shared Activity & Transfers; Pick up between 9.15 and 9.45 am and drop off between 6.30 and 7 pm; small group size with max 12 guests, one driver and one certified guide; Lunch and Drinking Water included; Hornblower Cruise included; Fitness Level: Easy; Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes; Don’t forget your camera.)

Hotel Options
RoomStandard Room
MealsRoom Only
RoomFairmont Room
MealsRoom Only
Day 4 - 6

Make your own way to the Toronto center and pick up your rental car

Drive yourself from Toronto to Ottawa in your rental car (Duration: 5 hrs)


2 Nights

Explore Ottawa, Canada’s cool capital that overlooks the Ottawa River on the Quebec-Ontario border. Steeped in culture and heritage, this cosmopolitan city has classic and modern architecture, year-round festivals, and jazz and blues vibes!

Included Activities

Explore Ottawa On Your Own
Nestled on the banks of Ottawa River, the capital city of Canada teems with natural and historic splendors. Start at the historic center, dominated by the Parliament Hill with its majestic Victorian architecture and museums such as the National Gallery of Canada, which houses one of the finest collections of indigenous and modern Canadian art. Stroll along the parklands lining Rideau Canal, which offers scenic boating opportunities in summer. It transforms into a popular skating ground in winter. Head to the ByWard Market in downtown Ottawa to savor its sensory attractions and later stop for a flavorful lunch at any of its vibrant restaurants or trendy cafes. To the north, Gatineau Park makes for the perfect landscape to spend a leisurely late afternoon, with its vast expanse of hiking and cycling trails, bird-watching habitats and even cross-country skiing areas. After sunset, make your way to the eclectic Wellington West neighborhood to browse through art galleries and quirky stores before settling down to a quintessential Canadian or gourmet spread at any of its boutique restaurants. Find out about the hidden gems by contacting your Trip Coordinator who will be happy to assist with specific recommendations based on your interests and preferences. (Duration: Half/Full Day; No guide; No transfers; Entrance fees and meals are not included)

Spooky Stroll through Ottawa
Join this unique haunted walk through downtown Ottawa with a professional storyteller-guide. Discover the ghostly side of Canada’s capital and listen to tales of the city’s haunted heritage, while visiting some of its oldest sites. Begin your slow-paced evening exploration from Parliament Hill, as the guide leads you by lantern light, explaining the lesser-known history of the haunted buildings. Find out the tragic connection between the Titanic and the historic hotel Fairmont Chateau Laurier. Learn about the death of 1,000 workers during the construction of Rideau Canal, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Hear of scary incidents at the Lisgar Collegiate Institute. The gripping story of a Canadian soldier saved from certain death by the intervention of a deceased family member is spine-tingling. Visit one of Ottawa’s oldest buildings, also the country’s most haunted – the Commissariat, home to the Bytown Museum. Return to Parliament Hill where your walk ends. (Duration: 90 minutes; Shared Activity & No Transfers; Fitness Level: Easy; Walks operate daily April to November; please wear comfortable walking shoes)

Hotel Options
Alt Hotel – Opt 1
RoomStandard One Queen
MealsRoom Only
RoomFairmont Room
MealsRoom Only
Day 6 - 8

Drive yourself from Ottawa to Mont-Tremblant in your rental car (Duration: 2 hrs)


2 Nights

Unwind in Mont-Tremblant, an alpine ski resort getaway nestled on the banks of Lake Tremblant, within the picturesque Laurentian Mountains of eastern Canada. Colorful historic buildings line these cobblestone streets, and a selection of world-class restaurants, après-ski bars, boutiques, and quaint lodges welcome you into the Québécois culture.

Included Activities

Zipline Adventure in Mont Tremblant, Quebec
Soar higher than the ski slopes on one of the most spectacular zipline courses in the world. This is an amazing journey that offers you an excellent opportunity to experience Mont Tremblant, north-west of Montreal, in a unique way. Your adventure begins in the charming pedestrian village at the base of the mountain where you sign up, get harnessed and meet the professional guides. Ascend to the summit by gondola, enjoying panoramic views of the Laurentian mountains, Lake Tremblant and the surrounding valleys. Travel down the full height of Mont Tremblant on five distinct ziplines over a distance of about two and a half miles. The ride will leave you enthralled with the incredible scenery from selected viewing decks. These extremely safe ziplines run parallel to each other, so you may zip down with your partner beside you. This activity is the perfect combination of aerial adventure and ecological exploration. (Duration: 3 hours; Shared Activity & No Transfers; Operates July to October; Includes: Gondola Ride, Guide, Helmet and Harness; Fitness Level: Moderate to Intense; please wear comfortable closed-toe sport shoes)

Hotel Options
RoomOne Bedroom Suite
MealsRoom Only
RoomClassic Room
MealsRoom Only
Day 8 - 10

Drive yourself from Mont-Tremblant to Quebec City in your rental car (Duration: 4 hrs)

Québec City

2 Nights

Uncover the wonders of Québec City, a clifftop cosmopolitan destination overlooking the St Lawrence River in eastern Canada. Priding itself on its quintessential French vibe, this 400-year-old city is punctuated by landmarks of its military history, botanical parks, and atmospheric squares.

Included Activities

Huron Traditional Site Visit (Group Tour)
Discover the history, culture and lifestyle of the Huron Tribe at the Huron Traditional Site! Located 15 minutes from Quebec City in Wendake, the site is set within the Huron-Wendat Reservation. With a local guide leading the way, start with a visit to the Long House (Huron traditional housing) in the recreated village to learn about the tribe’s way of life. See the smokehouse and the fish and meat dryer, which will tell you about their unique methods of food preservation and purification techniques used by their ancestors. Explore the inside of a giant ‘tee-pee’ before sitting in a large canoe which was one of the tribe’s traditional means of transportation. You can also try your hand at some indigenous handicraft making or get a chance to see how the present-day Hurons live in the village of Wendake. (Duration: Half Day; Flexible Timings; Shared Activity & Transfers not included; Meals Not Included; Fitness Level: Easy; Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes; Don’t forget your camera; Please note that canoe rides, rabaska rides, handicraft making and other activities with meals are available on request.)

Explore Quebec City on your own
The scenic outdoors and classic French vibes of Quebec City make it an exciting city to explore on your own. Set off in the pedestrian-friendly streets of Old Quebec, a fortified neighborhood designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Stroll along romantic cobbled streets that take you past quaint stores, heritage hotels and atmospheric cafes. Take in the grandeur of Montmorency Falls over the course of gondola ride, a scenic stairway climb or by crossing the suspension bridge. Discover the dazzling beauty of glacial valleys at the Jacques Cartier National Park or hit one of its leisurely nature trails for a pleasant hike. Find out about the best trails and nicest views by contacting your Trip Coordinator who will be happy to assist with specific recommendations. The nearby Ile de Orleans with its picturesque stores, artisan outlets and cafes, is just the right place to stop for a delicious lunch break. Art enthusiasts will love the displays and exhibitions at Musée National des Beaux-Arts du Québec where the Lassandre Pavilion is especially famed for its stunning architecture. Catch the last rays of the sun from the waterfront promenade along the St. Lawrence River and later make your way to the chic bistros and boutiques of Petit Champlain. (Duration: Half/Full Day; No guide; No transfers; Entrance fees and meals are not included)

Hotel Options
Manoir Victoria – Opt 1
RoomStandard Room
RoomFairmont Room
MealsRoom Only
Day 10 - 13

Drive yourself from Quebec City to Montreal in your rental car (Duration: 3 hrs)

Make your own way to the Montreal airport and drop off your rental car


3 Nights

Marvel at Montreal, a multi-faceted and photogenic metropolis in southeastern Canada. Set on the St Lawrence River, this chic island city boasts iconic architecture, eclectic dining, entertainment, and nightlife, along with vibrant festivals showcasing jazz, comedy, and avant garde art.

Included Activities

Shared Montreal Sightseeing Cruise Along St. Lawrence River
Enjoy a meandering cruise along the beautiful St. Lawrence River! Forming a natural boundary between Canada and the United States, the St. Lawrence River has its source in the largest collection of freshwater lakes in the world. Hop aboard a cruise boat and go around the city of Montreal, which is charmingly set on an island in the river. Enjoy views of the skyline and learn about the city’s history as you ride. Pass famous city attractions and landmarks such as the Jacques-Cartier Bridge, the picturesque shoreline and the Islands of Boucherville. Hear anecdotes from your guide about the founding of the city by a brave French explorer, and step out onto the sunny terrace of the boat to look at the beautiful surroundings. You can also have a drink and a bite to eat in the glass-enclosed dining room on board. (Duration: 1.5 hrs; Flexible Timings; Shared Activity; Transfers not included; Meals Not Included; Fitness Level: Easy; Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes; Don’t forget your camera)

Montreal Poutine Experience On Your Own
Get a taste of Montreal’s vibrant culinary culture with a classic poutine experience. A poutine is essentially a plate of French fries served with Quebec cheese curds and brown gravy, topped with meat, poultry, seafood or even vegetables. From its humble origins as a hearty staple, poutine has evolved to become Montreal’s iconic dish, with avant garde interpretations and newer renditions – the dish even has its own week-long festival in the city. If you are looking for the traditional barebones poutine, head to Paul Patates that serves it with a bottle of their famous spruce beer. The Montreal Pool Room is practically an institution for its ‘greasy-spoon’ fare. The city’s fine dining destinations like Le Garde-Manger in Old Montreal are likely to treat you to gourmet versions such as lobster poutine, while Au Pied de Cochon has long been famed for its extravagant duck liver or foie gras poutine. Open 24 hours a day, La Banquise is a favorite destination as much for after-hours celebrity spotting as for its ‘La Reggae,’ a poutine featuring ground beef, guacamole, diced tomatoes and hot peppers. If you are especially particular about your toppings, drop in at any of the Poutineville outlets of this homegrown chain, where you can choose from different kinds of fries, meats, veggies, cheese and gravy to create your very own version of this signature Canadian dish! (Duration: Half Day; No guide; No transfers; Entrance fees and meals are not included)

Hike Mont Royal on your own
Mont Royal is one of the most popular hiking destinations near Montreal. The city is believed to have been named after this small extinct volcano, which was originally written as Monte Real. Arrive at the historic Mont Royal Park that opened way back in 1876 and is the first officially protected space in Quebec. Sprawling across 470 acres, Mont Royal is crowned with three peaks, the highest of which rises to 764 feet above sea level. Choose your trail with options ranging from paved road and stairs to dirt foot paths that weave through lush forests, high escarpments and quiet hidden corners. Your Trip Coordinator will help you choose the best trail for your personal fitness level. Three quarters of the way up, the Mount Royal Chalet offers breathtaking views of the city from the Kondiaronk Belvedere, while the Camillien-Houde belvedere looks out on the east of Montreal. The picturesque Beaver Lake is as popular in summer for swimming and boating as for skating in winters. (Duration: 3 hrs; No guide; No transfers; Entrance fees and meals are not included)

Hotel Options
RoomTraditional Queen

Drive yourself to the Montreal international airport and drop off your rental car

International Departure

 Price & Inclusions

  • Option 1 From $ 3,790 /person
  • Option 2 From $ 5,190 /person

Prices are in USD and exclude international flights. This trip price is based on low season rates for accommodation and other applicable services, and may change depending on availability, currency fluctuations and number of people traveling together. For high season prices, please contact us with your exact travel dates and preferences.

Price Includes

  • Accommodation in one double room for 13 days / 12 nights.
  • Meals as indicated
  • All activities as listed :
    • Toronto, ON: Personalized Toronto City Tour
    • Toronto, ON: Personalized Dinner at the 360, The Restaurant in CN Tower
    • Toronto, ON: Small Group Niagara Falls Tour
    • Ottawa, ON: Explore Ottawa On Your Own
    • Ottawa, ON:  Spooky Stroll through Ottawa
    • Mont-Tremblant, QC: Zipline Adventure in Mont Tremblant, Quebec
    • Quebec City: Huron Traditional Site Visit (Group Tour)
    • Quebec City: Explore Quebec City on your own
    • Montreal, QC: Shared Montreal Sightseeing Cruise Along St. Lawrence River
    • Montreal, QC: Montreal Poutine Experience On Your Own
    • Montreal, QC: Hike Mont Royal on your own
  • Self-driven car during your journey as follows:
    • Vehicle Type: Default car for 1-3 guests: Full size 4 door – Hyundai Sonata or similar
    • Unlimited mileage
    • 10 days
    • Pick-up: Day 4/Toronto city
    • Drop-off: Day 13/Montreal airport
    • Detailed description of your routing
    • Where 2 GPS Unit (except Yukon)
    • One additional driver
    • Towing charges in the event of mechanical failure
  • For your rental car we book the following insurance services:
    • Third party liability insurance (up to 1 Mio. CAD)
    • Loss Damage Waiver (LDW) with an excess of 300 to 500 CAD depending on the vehicle type
  • The general business terms apply
  • Note: A full valid original driver’s license (from your country of origin) and passport are required for each renta
  • Your Trip Coordinator: a 24/7 point of contact, supporting you during your trip
  • On request: A printed set of your travel documents by post
  • All transfers as indicated above

Not Included

  • Among other expenses, the following additional costs are not included for rental cars (to be made directly at the car rental shop with a credit card from a recognisable bank institution):
    • Change fee
    • Deposit for the car
    • Deposit for the GPS navigation system
    • Fine handling fee & fine in case of a speeding ticket
    • Baby seats, ski racks, etc. (please request at the time of booking)
    • No drivers under 25 years of age
    • Delivery/collection services and fees
    • Cross border fees
    • One way fees
    • 3.60 CAD Montreal Tyre Fee per day excluding taxes
    • Fuel (Please drop off the car with a full tank. In case fuel needs to be added, the car rental company will charge you the amount for it)
  • Tips, additional meals and personal expenses
  • Entrance fees, unless otherwise stated in the activity descriptions
  • Visa fees
  • Travel, health and cancellation insurance
  • International airfare (from your home country to your destination and return), unless specified under the trip inclusions above
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Road Trip: Eastern Canada

13 days $ 3,790 / person

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