Eastern Canada Prince Edward Island & The Maritimes 7- Day Tour
- Free Admission to:
- • Cavendish Beach
- • Peggy’s Cove
- • Moncton Magnetic Hill
- • Anne of Green Gable House
- • Longest bridge in world - Confederation Bridge & Ferry
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Departure: Every 1， 3， 6
[Day 1] Toronto - Ottawa - Montreal
Depart Toronto in the morning to Kingston. Kingston was named the first capital of the Province of Canada in1841; while its time as a political centre was short, Kingston remained an important military installation. Pass by attractions such as Royal Military Academy, Fort Henry, and Kingston Queen�s University. Afterwards, proceed to the capital of Canada � Ottawa. Discover point of interests; for instance Canadian Parliament buildings, Ottawa River, National War Memorial, Peace Tower and residence of Prime Minster. Next, proceed to Montreal. It is consistently rated as one of the world's most livable cities. Visit signature attractions such as Notre Dame Basilica, Jacques Cartier Bridge and the beautiful Mount Royal.
[Day 2] Montreal - New Brunswick - Fredericton
Transfer to New Brunswick after breakfast and visit the world's longest covered bridge - Hartland Bridge. Arrive at Fredericton in the afternoon and explore the City Hall.
[Day 3] Fredericton - Halifax
In the morning, head to Nova Scotia's Peggy's Cove; where you can take a glimpse of the magnificent Atlantic Ocean view. Next, proceed to Halifax and explore the renowned Citadel Hill and downtown area; not to miss the beautiful scenery of Halifax. Free feel to experience the nightlife in the city.
[Day 4] Halifax - Prince Edward Island
Depart Halifax in the morning to Caribou. Take a ferry ride across Northumberland Strait and arrive at Prince Edward Island (PEI). It is the smallest province in Canada and known for its pastoral scenery and lush agricultural lands throughout the province. Take a brief stop at Charlottetown and the Provincial Government buildings. Next, transfer to Cavendish Beach and Anne of Green Gable House. At night, have a fabulous scrumptious lobster dinner at the famous Fisherman's Wharf (optional).
[Day 5] Prince Edward Island - Shediac -Hopewell Rock - Bay of Fundy - Saint John .
In the morning, transfer to New Brunswick via Confederation Bridge; the longest bridge in the world. Pass by Shediac to discover the world's largest lobster statue. Afterwards, head to Magnetic Hill and explore the natural wonder. In the afternoon, we will proceed to Saint John. Here, we will visit the Hopewell Rock and the Bay of Fundy; which has one of the highest tidal ranges in the world.
[Day 6] Saint John ~ Riviere-du-Loup ~ Quebec City
Depart from hotel after breakfast. We will visit the Grand Falls where you can try their famous domestic seafood. Next, transfer to River-du-Loup. It is located on the south shore of Quebec overlooking the St. Lawrence River. Not to miss the incredible whale-watching cruise (optional). In the evening, proceed to Quebec City. The ramparts surrounding Old Quebec are the only remaining fortified city walls that still exist in the North America, and were declared as World Heritage Site. No matter where you turn in Quebec, history is always around the corner.
[Day 7] Quebec City - Thousand Islands - Toronto
Transfer to Thousand Islands in the morning. It is often referred to the "fresh water boating capital of the world". Here, you will board on a cruise which going through the waterways and allows you to view the islands from various angles. Thousand Islands are definitely a paradise for boat lovers. Head back to Toronto in the evening.
- Roundtrip motor coach transportation
- Tour fare does not include tax, meals, admission fee or attractions and gratuities to driver and tour guide
* tour tax 23% extra
• Child rates for age 2-12 share bed with 2 or 3 adults in a room with no extra bed.
• Tour fare does not include meals, admission fee of attraction and gratuities to driver and tour guide.
• Additional charges may apply during high season.
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