Montreal, Maritime, & Quebec 8 days – MAQUE8D

Montreal, Maritime, & Quebec 8 days – MAQUE8D Place Libre:8 480$

Departure Date:  Every Friday from July 1 – October 1

Departure Site:  point de départ

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Itinerary highlights

  1. Fully of time to experience each city. Visit all cities in depth, discover the true beauty of the city.
  2. Ample of time to enjoy the daylight, and to explore the world’s cultural heritage (the Maritimes) – the most beautiful and history packed places in Canada.
  3. Fully of time in Montreal. Enjoy the rich French cultural influence in this amazing city.
  4. Exclusive arrangement for 4 nights in Montreal.
  5. Professional bilingual tour guide with high standard hotel.

 

Departure Date: Every Friday from July 1 – October 1

Full Itinerary:

Day 1: Hometown – Montreal                                                                                                                              

From the place of origin to Montreal, each group member will have a V.I.P shuttle service from the airport to hotel.  The V.I.P shuttle service could pick you up from any designated place that you wish (airport, train station, bus station, or a specific address in Montreal). If time permits, the group members can choose to visit relatives and friends in their free time or discover the wonder of the city. Accommodation: Quality Inn/ Comfort Inn or similar

 

Day 2: Montreal – Edmonton

Departure from Montreal at 6:00 am. After Lunch at Edmundston, our first stop will be Hartland Covered Bridge, the world’s longest covered bridge. We’ll then visit   the Covered Bridge Chips factory, where they use Canadian potatoes to make delicious snacks. We’ll also head to Reversing Falls, near the Bay of Fundy.                                                                                                                                                  Accommodation: Quality Inn/Comfort Inn or similar

 

Day 3: Edmonton – New Brunswick – Prince Edward Island

After breakfast, we’ll stop by Hopewell Rocks, where the highest tides in the world occur twice a day. Next, we’ll continue to Prince Edward Island, with a stop by the Confederation Bridge, one of the longest bridges in Canada. Then We’ll visit Charlottetown, the capital of PEI, the Green Gables House and see PEI’s famous beautiful red beaches in Cavendish.                                                               Accommodation: Quality Inn/Comfort Inn or similar

Day 4: Prince Edward Island – Halifax

We’ll first go to Peggy’s Cove, a beautiful quaint town known for its rocks by the harbour and its lighthouses. We’ll also visit Halifax Citadel, a set of military fortifications from the 18th century.  
Later, we’ll tour the city of Halifax on an amphibious vehicle Harbour Hopper. We’ll end the day with a classic lobster dinner by the harbour.                                                                                           Accommodation: Quality Inn/Comfort Inn or similar

Day 5: Halifax – Shediac – St John

We will go to Magnetic Hill, an unusual natural phenomenon near Moncton where cars seem to go uphill by themselves! We’ll also see the world’s largest statue of a lobster in Shediac, the lobster capital of the world! Hotel in St John.                                                                              Accommodation: Quality Inn/Comfort Inn or similar

Day 6: St John – Quebec – Montreal

In the last day, we will have free time to visit Quebec City, a unique fortified city in North America and a witness to the Battle of the Plains of Abraham.  Also, you could get on the roof of Quebec: The Capital Observatory, located on the 31st floor of the Marie-Guyart building. In the end, we’ll be back in Montreal around 9:00 pm.  After the arrival the group member can enjoy night life or enjoy their own activity by themselves. Accommodation: Quality Inn/Comfort Inn or similar

Day 7: Montreal – Quebec

In the morning from Montreal, after 3 hours, we will arrive to the beautiful city of Quebec. Quebec City which is the capital city of Quebec province is one of the oldest and most historical packed cities in North America. Quebec City is an ancient city with a history of more than 400 years. It has its own unique charm and is recognized as a World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. We will first visit the Quebec Montmorency Falls, which is 30 meters higher than Niagara Falls, and then ascend the Quebec Tower (Capital of Observation) which is the highest building in the City to have a panoramic view of the entire Quebec City, the beauty of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. In the afternoon, we can visit the famous Frontenac castle. Plus, we are going to visit the oldest commercial street in North America, Le Petit Champlain. Where you can see all kinds of specialty boutique. Not far away there is the Plain of Abraham which took place on 13 September 1759, but hundreds of acres of the fields became used for grazing, housing, and minor industrial structures. Only in 1908 was the land ceded to Quebec City, though administered by the specifically created and federally-run National Battlefields Commission.  There is also many murals, local art galleries, and various local special events in the ancient city of Quebec. After that, we will return to Montreal. The time to arrive in Montreal is about 8:30 pm, and the group members can arrange their own activities in Montreal at night.

Accommodation: Quality Inn/Comfort Inn or similar

 

Day 8: Montreal – Hometown

After breakfast at the hotel in the morning, we will visit Montreal to the fullest. The 1976 Olympic Games hosted the Olympic Park, which was later converted into the only natural ecological museum in North America and the Leaning Tower. The Museum of Natural Ecology (Biodome) opened in 1992 and is one of the most famous museums in Canada. The whole museum is divided into four natural ecological zones, such as tropical rain forest, polar region, Canadian deciduous forest and St. Lawrence River. You can see giant sea-breeding monkeys living in the tropics and swimming like pigs. The eye-catching poisonous frog, as well as the bat cave, the valuable dragon spit, the cold penguin, gather in the world of rare birds and animals. With more than 4,000 animals and 5,000 plants, as well as aquariums, it is a very attractive and educational tourist attraction for families. The Leaning Tower is about 175 meters high and has a slope of 45 degrees (the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa is only 5 degrees). It is the world’s tallest leaning tower and the most inclined tower in the world. We will have lunch at Chinatown in Montreal, and we will have free time after lunch. Then head to the old port, and the famous Cathedral Notre Dame. Then take the bus to Montreal Trudeau (code YUL) airport.

Please take the Montreal Trudeau Airport (code YUL) after 18:00PM

 

Important Notice:

*Group pick up: We offer 24h pick up service, after booking please tell us the pick-up location and address. If it’s a flight please give us your flight number and necessary information.

*Departure Flight or other transport method (last day): It is recommended to take flights or transport method after 18:00 PM.

* Entry ticket prices may be subject to change without notice.

* This charter and itinerary are only applicable for 2019. The company reserves the right to change and cancel the itinerary or order, so that each group can proceed smoothly.

* After booking, please fill in the arrival flight information or order transport method. If there is no suitable flight at the last minute, we can help you book a hotel near the airport, and the last day we can transfer you to a preferred address or airport. All airport hotel will also offer shuttle service from the airport to the hotel. Our company offers special offers for guests who need to stay at the airport hotel for one night, for an additional $40 service charge to get a night at the airport hotel. Please make it clear at the time of booking.

Pricing: price is per people multiply by the number of people you have

Quadruple: 520* 4

Triple: 550*3

Double: 780*2

Single: 1400*1

1: Each room contains one or two double beds in all hotels in North America.
2: Each room allows only 4 persons in maximum (children included). It is not allowed to add an extra bed. An additional amount must be paid according to the hotel policy if travelers insist adding an extra bed.

 

Inclusions: -luxurious coach bus transportation, V.I.P pickup service, other transportation, and sightseeing. – Accommodation in a luxury hotel with private bathroom, air conditioning, WIFI, etc. -Served by an experienced Tour leader that will guide you thru each sightseeing. – Sightseeing arrangements listed on the company itinerary.

Exclusions: –Meal that is not listed as included in the itinerary, except some are listed as included in the itinerary. – Service charge for driver & guide: adult 7$/person/day, Child (0-11) 5$/person/day. – All entrance fees and ferry fees for sightseeing and sightseeing activities. – various medical insurance, personal safety insurance and baggage insurance. – All expenses that are purely personal, such as telephone bills, laundry fees, TV tuition fees, etc.


Occupancy Quad. Triple Twin Single Child(age 2-12)
Regular. 630$ 780$ 1000$ 1900$ 630$
Online 520$ 550$ 780$ 1400$ 520$
Member 520$ 550$ 780$ 1400$ 520$

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