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Montreal, Qubec, City, Mont-Tremblant, 4-Day Luxur
September 18, 2008

Montreal, Qubec, City, Mont-Tremblant, 4-Day Luxury Tour

Tour Highlights:

  • Old Montreal
  • Whale Watching
  • Canyon Ste. Anne - Maple Syrup Farm - Mont-Tremblant

Day 1 Toronto - Montreal

We will depart Toronto in the morning for Montreal.  Upon arrival we will visit the old section of Montreal, including the Place d'Armes, The Old Sulpician Seminary, Notre-Dame Basilica, Saint-Jacques Street, Rue Saint-Paul, Place Jacques-Cartier, and Bonsecours Market. You will also have the chance to shop along famous St. Catherine's Street.

Day 2 - Montreal - Whale Watching - Charlevoix

We will proceed to Saint Anne de Beaupre, one of Canada’s most famous Catholic shrines and places of pilgrimage. After our visit to the magnificent Basilica, we will travel onward to the small town of Charlevoix, which exudes an unforgettable beauty and charm, located just north of town overlooking the St. Lawrence River.  We will enjoy a whale watching cruise (Optional). Early in the evening we will arrival at the hotel, where you can enjoy hotel activities, such as mini-golf, the spa, and the indoor & outdoor swimming pools.  We will spend the night at the elegant Fairmount Le Manoir Richelieu.

Day 3 Charlevoix -- Canyon Ste. Anne -- Quebec Maple Syrup Farm -- Mont-Tremblant

We will proceed to the Canyon Sainte-Anne, to discover a 74 meter-high waterfall cascading down the abrupt walls of the canyon. Later we will visit a famous maple syrup farm and enjoy a traditional dancing show. We will have a special Quebecois meal for lunch. After lunch we depart for Mont-Tremblant - a famous and beautiful resort. You will have plenty of time to enjoy the facilities at the resort.

Day 4  Mont-Tremblant -- Thousand Islands -- Toronto

In the morning we will proceed to the Thousand Islands on Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River. Here you will board your boat for a pleasant cruise through the narrow channels and shallow waterways.  We will then travel to Kingston, a city with a 300-year history. We will transfer back to Toronto in the late afternoon, arriving in the evening.

Please contact New Century for more information on availability, prices, and reservations.  Prices and itinerary are subject to change depending on number of travellers and the time of year.

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