Lower & Upper Canada - 10 Days

On this 10-day tour, you will experience the highlights of Canada.
Drive through the urban centres and rural splendour of Ontario and Quebec celebrating Canada’s English and French heritage.


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Day 1
Arrive in Toronto

Arrive in Toronto and transfer to your hotel. The remainder of the day is at leisure. This vibrant metropolis has much to offer in the way of attractions and activities, from the Rogers Centre (formerly the SkyDome) and the harbourfront district to the Eaton Centre for shopping.

Day 2
Visit Niagara Falls

A full day to visit the wonderous Niagara Falls.

Day 3
Toronto to Ottawa

Driving east today, you’ll follow the shoreline of lake Ontario and pass through the smaller villages found dotted along the landscape.

Day 4
Ottawa to Montréal

Take a leisurely walk around Ottawa’s picturesque downtown quarter before the short drive to Montreal, the second largest French speaking city in the world.

Day 5
Montreal to Quebec City

The route will take you along the St Lawrence River to Quebec City – Canada’s oldest city.

Day 6
Québec City to Chicoutimi (via Tadoussac)

Again you’ll be following the vast St Lawrence River heading further east to explore the Saguenay Region.

Day 7
Chicoutimi/Saguenay to Lac St. Jean Region

Journey though a landscape of forests, lakes and rivers to the Lac St. Jean region.

Day 8
Lac St. Jean Region to Mauricie Region

Depart Lac St-Jean and travel to the Mauricie region, an area renowned for its forests, lakes and rivers.

Day 9
Mauricie Region to Kingston

Follow the north shore of the St. Lawrence River as it winds through the small towns that lead up into the subdivisions of Montreal. Continuing west, you cross the border into Ontario and explore the tranquility of the Thousand Islands region.

Day 10
Kingston to Toronto

The road west along the shores of Lake Ontario, to Toronto, leads back through the fertile lands of Prince Edward County.


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