Maple explorer from Toronto 9 days/8 nights

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Are you interested in visiting Canada but don’t know exactly what area to stay in? Normally, people are undecided as to where to stay in Canada, but we are offering a compromise with this tour that takes you all the way through Central Canada meaning that you can enjoy Ottawa, Montreal, and Quebec City. The nine-day maple explorer from Toronto tours offers eight nights in a hotel, a Niagara Falls tour, Ottawa Amphibus tour, Greater Montreal Tram tour, Quebec History tour, transfers to all the different locations, as well as a packed itinerary.

After arriving in Toronto and finding your hotel, you can enjoy the city and view the sights nearby. Whether you want to take a relaxing stroll through the park after your flight or get stuck straight in by visiting a museum or gallery, the option is yours. In addition to this, you could even shop in Yorkville before spending the first night at your hotel. On day two, it is the favorite for many because we show you, Niagara Falls. You will have the opportunity to travel through the Niagara Peninsula on the way to the Falls and even enjoy a delicious lunch with one of the most famous views in the world. Day three will see you leave Toronto on the train to Ottawa and upon arrival, explore your new surroundings; you will be free to discover the capital at your leisure.

On day four, you will enjoy the Amphibious Land and Water Tour as you visit the most popular areas in the city. We will take you to the residence of the Prime Minister, Parliament Buildings, Embassies, and Rideau Falls. Day five will see you leave Ottawa via rail once more and head to Montreal; once more, you will be free to explore the great historic city before we take you sightseeing on day six. You will see Old Montreal, Olympic Park, Notre Dame Basilica and Mount Royal Park for spectacular views of the city. Day seven will be the third and final travel day as you make your way to Quebec City. Day eight will be full of exploring the city which includes Old Quebec, open-air art gallery, ferry ride, and beautiful skylines. You will have one last free morning in Quebec City before checking out of your hotel on day nine.

Prices will depend on how many people you have in your group and where you choose to stay so be sure to message us with any additional queries or concerns.

Maple explorer from Toronto 9 days/8 nights "Highlights"

  • Smell the floral brilliance of the orchard-laden Niagara Peninsula
  • Experience one of the great wonders of the world, Niagara Falls
  • Learn about the history of Canada’s capital on the Land and Water Amphibious
  • Visit the primary features and cultural attractions of Montreal
  • Experience the European charm of Old Quebec

Features & Inclusions

Accommodations

  • 8 nights hotel accommodation

Sightseeing Excursions

  • Niagara Falls Day Tour "Includes lunch"
  • Ottawa Amphibious Tour
  • Greater Montreal Tram Tour
  • Quebec Rendezvous with History Tour

Activities

  • Voyage to the Falls Boat Tour
  • Transfer
  • VIA Rail from Toronto to Ottawa
  • VIA Rail from Ottawa to Montreal
  • VIA Rail from Montreal to Quebec City

Extras

  • Itinerary, brochures, maps, and vouchers
  • Hotel luggage handling

  • Travel Agency

    Canada à la Carte

  • Country

    United States

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Reviewed by Summer J.   November 15, 2016
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The maple explorer from Toronto was truly an unforgettable experience. Me and my husband went there for celebrating our 30th anniversary. Instead of renting a car to drive from Montreal to Toronto during a recent holiday we decided to take a train. We did on-line booking and reservation, it was very convenient, and also cheaper. Only problem we've experienced was our arrival at Toronto Union station. The train entered directly in the zoo, and there were no signs or working staff. We felt confused and we had no idea how to find our way out with our mountains of luggage.

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