Eastern Canada Tour

Experience the Magic of Eastern Canada!

ABOUT THIS TRIP

From RM26000

Difficulty: Easy

Canada, the world’s second largest country by area is renowned for its vast country with abundant natural beauty and multicultural heritage. Because of the size, tourist mainly focus on either the western or the eastern part of the country. While the west is dominated by the alpine snow-capped mountainous, Rockies; towards the East of Canada, one can look forward to the diverse culture and breathtaking scenery.
East Canada, comprises of New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island and Quebec provinces. Each major city in Canada reveal a unique culture and attraction. Niagara Falls, which is a part of the Ontario province is a massive set of water falls. Over 3,160 tons of water flows over Niagara Falls every second and the immense volume of water never stops flowing, not even during winter. It is one of the most stunning waterfalls in the world!
Ottawa is the capital city for Canada. One of the main attraction in Ottawa is the Rideau Canal, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Rideau Canal is a beautiful waterway that connects the towns of Kingston and Ottawa.
Quebec was a French colony for 2 centuries. It is the only province in Canada where French is the official language and carry the unique French heritage. The European history and culture has made Quebec a tourist destination. Some of the attraction are the stunning church Notre-Dame Basilica, dating back to 1656, and the grandeur Château Frontenac, the most iconic building the provincial capital.

DAY 1

Kuala Lumpur / Toronto, Canada

Assemble at airport for flight to Toronto, Canada.
On arrival in Canada’s most cosmopolitan city, transfer to hotel.

DAY 2

Toronto / Kingston (Thousand Islands) / Ottawa

Travel along the shores of Lake Ontario to Canada’s first capital, Kingston with its beautiful historic buildings.
The Thousand Islands is a sightseer’s paradise of more than 1,800 islands in the St. Lawrence River, straddling the border of US and Canada. Enjoy the Thousand Islands Cruise exploring the many islands.
Once in Ottawa, capital of Canada, visit Rideau Canal and Bayward Market.

DAY 3

Ottawa / Montreal

After breakfast Ottawa introductory tour, viewing the elegant buildings of Parliament Hill, Rideau Hall and Embassy Row.
Proceed to Montreal, the largest French-speaking city outside of France. Visit colorful Old Montreal, including spectacular Notre Dame Basilica before continuing to Mount Royal Park for panoramic view of the city and visit St Joseph’s Oratory.

DAY 4

Montreal – Quebec City

Travel to gorgeous Quebec City surrounded by breathtaking landscapes. Visit Montmorency Falls which is higher than Niagara Falls and enjoy a cable car ride up for its panoramic views.
Explore Old Quebec City, a UNESCO Heritage Site. Walk the narrow streets of the atmospheric Old Town and Quartier Petit-Champlain. See the famous Chateau Frontenac Hotel and the Plains of Abraham, the site of a major colonial battle between the British and the French.

DAY 5

Quebec City

Located about a half hour outside of Quebec City, lies one of Canada’s hidden natural gems, Canyon Sainte-Anne in Beaupré, Quebec. View a gorgeous waterfall plunging down jagged rocks and canyon from three different suspension bridges.
Enjoy a Quebec City Cruise and discover its surroundings from the Saint-Lawrence River. The cruise covers such Quebec historical sites as the Montmorency Falls, Quebec Ile d’Orleans, Pointe-Levis, Wolfe’s Cove and Old Quebec Bridge.

DAY 6

Quebec City / Grand Falls / Fredericton, New Brunswick

This morning travel to Grand Falls, renowned as one of New Brunswick’s top attraction with its natural wonder, the famous seasonal falls and captivating gorge. Downtown Grand Falls has another particular cachet, with its Broadway Boulevard being the widest main street east of Winnipeg.
Continue on to Fredericton, capital of New Brunswick, on the St. John River. It’s known for its Historic Garrison District, an 18th-century British army base now home to a Changing of the Guard ceremony, artists’ studios and an outdoor theatre.

DAY 7

Fredericton / Moncton / Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

After breakfast, drive to Moncton, the largest city in New Brunswick. Discover Moncton Magnetic Hill, a mysterious spot where the laws of gravity seem not to apply. Drive to the bottom of this world-famous hill, take your foot off the brake and be prepared to be amazed. Your vehicle will roll uphill in total defiance of natural law, even as your brain is telling you it’s simply not possible! This attraction is a completely natural phenomenon, unique to this area.
Continue to picturesque Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island’s (P.E.I.) capital city. En route visit the world’s largest Lobster Monument in Shediac Bay. Its romantic streetscapes and stunning water vistas create an ideal escape from the hustle and bustle of larger centres. Visit its historical old downtown area. Visit COWS Creamery where you learn how this company makes their world famous premium ice cream!

DAY 8

Charlottetown

South Shore with its sand dunes festooned with gently waving beach grass is one of P.E.I.’s most spectacular areas for touring. Turn down a road less travelled for an inside look at P.E.I. and see the many lighthouses that dot the sea shore.
In Cavendish, visit Green Gables House, the famous site that provided inspiration for the beloved children’s classic, Anne of Green Gables.

This evening, enjoy a lobster dinner served local style at North Rustico Harbour.

DAY 9

Charlottetown / Halifax, Nova Scotia

Transfer to Halifax, Nova Scotia via the Confederation Bridge (13km) which spans the Northumberland Strait. Halifax is a vibrant city with a rich maritime history. Visit the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Canada’s largest and oldest maritime museum and discover the stories, people and events that have shaped this province and its relationship with the sea including the ill-fated Titanic.

DAY 10

Halifax

This morning, breathe in the fresh Atlantic Ocean air at Peggy’s Cove, the small fishing village 40km outside Halifax. Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse perched on top of the rocks is an active lighthouse and an iconic Canadian image and is the most photographed and visited site in Canada. Visit Luneburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site – with its narrow streets and unique architecture and wander its distinctive waterfront with its colourful buildings.
In the afternoon, explore the sparkling port city of Halifax. Visit the massive Halifax Citadel National Historic site and the bustling Halifax Waterfront.

DAY 11

Halifax / Toronto / Niagara Falls

After breakfast, transfer to Halifax airport for flight to Toronto before travelling to Niagara Falls.

DAY 12

Niagara Falls / Depart Toronto

Today you get to see Niagara Falls, the most powerful waterfall in North America up close. Board the Hornblower for an exhilarating boat ride to the base of the majestic Horseshoe Falls. Take in the picturesque countryside of the Niagara-on-the-Lake and stop at a local winery where you can sample selections of some of Ontario’s finest wine.
In the afternoon, tour of Toronto and view Parliament Buildings, City Hall, University of Toronto and the iconic CN Tower.
After a sumptuous farewell dinner, transfer to Toronto Airport for flight home.

DAY 13

In Transit

DAY 14

Arrive Home

Home sweet home.

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